I really admire Ed Sheeran, his first album has extra meaning for me, I think " The A-Team" is a true modern day Sonnet. But he really is a true poet and I admire his fusion of fairly street sounds with more commercial R&B.
Very good idea sir, let a fresh perspective guide you.I’m hovering over a purchase of the twelve inch of Elephant Stone by The Stone Roses as it’s one of my all time favourite singles (and Reni’s drumming is absolutely off the chain!) but I’m absolutely knackered and have banned myself from making any more purchases whilst I’m tired or have had a drink. They’re never sensible purchases. I’m going to approach it fresh tomorrow
I'm evil when it comes to any kind of buying power, I get a thrill over other people spending money just as much as if I'm shedding the green.That’s not what I want to hear. I need you guys as the devils on my shoulder… ‘buy it, buy it now!’
I seem to be able to get away with a lot with Mrs C if I blame it ‘on the forum’
That’s more like it!I'm evil when it comes to any kind of buying power, I get a thrill over other people spending money just as much as if I'm shedding the green.
Don't do it, let capitalism die for a day, socialism wins!
Only around £20, but no pics of the record itself and description as ‘in good condition’.What's the rough ballpark of the record?
Where's it from? Is it discogs?That’s more like it!
Only around £20, but no pics of the record itself and description as ‘in good condition’.
It’s one of those odd situations, I’ll still probably listen to it via FLAC almost 99% of the time but it’d be so nice to have it available on vinyl as and when the mood strikes.
It’s EIL, not one I’m particularly familiar with. Is this the point where your Spydey senses start tingling and find me a bargain?Where's it from? Is it discogs?
Well, the understood modern grading guides which I'm sure you know are either the discogs:It’s EIL, not one I’m particularly familiar with. Is this the point where your Spydey senses start tingling and find me a bargain?
Ooo, just read through the small print for an absolute bonus:Ooooo, so this just got announced by Quincy Jones on Twitter, too good to miss out on.
Not only is it a lovely collection, but Vinyl Me Please are the US equivalent of Bandcamp, they're entirely artist focussed and tend to do really high quality pressings. For this 6 of the albums have lacquers cut from the original masters by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound in the US and Barry Grint now at Air Studios, but famously worked at Abbey Road in his heyday. They're both celebrated mastering artist worldwide.
The other 2 albums are done from high res digital files so not great, but I'll accept.
But what a lovely boxset.
Bad sides are VMP are US based so have to pay the 20% import tax on top, plus due to the weight, shipping cost is high at $50
Too good to miss
Yeah, they're really nice sets, I've got volume 1 as well and they're both really high quality. They're expensive to buy as a result, but it's such a good collection that I don't see that as an issue.I don't know what kind of music this is, but the box and the vinyl are really a piece of art !