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burgerflynn:

Love this

burgerflynn:

Love this

(Source: a-warhols, via malignantheart)

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johnny-cool:

35 Carmine Street, Greenwich Village, New York City

johnny-cool:

35 Carmine Street, Greenwich Village, New York City
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alireza301:

Found this in joes record paradise in silver spring Maryland. It’s Ian curtis’s death certificate.

alireza301:

Found this in joes record paradise in silver spring Maryland. It’s Ian curtis’s death certificate.

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classicwaxxx:


Record mail day is the best, isn’t it?!?
I like records, if you couldn’t already tell. New records, old records, first pressings, reissues, limited edition colored 180g records…I like ‘em all. And when it comes to reissues, I don’t scoff at a chance to get some hard to find classics on new wax, for a couple of reasons.
1) The price on a reissue sometimes (if not most of the time) beats that of an OG copy.
2) The condition of a new, unplayed record is often better than a worn original. The technology of new vinyl is far superior to that of older generations of vinyl records, so in most cases, your new vinyl will have a longer shelf life than the older stuff, and will stand up better to frequent rotations on your turntable.
3) Depending on who mastered and pressed your new record(s), your new copy may even sound better than the original. (More advancements in vinyl technology!)
4) The best part about new vinyl? Hearing your favorites tracks unadulterated by scratches, pops and crackles. Now, I typically like those nuances. Makes the effort to listen to records that much more enjoyable. However, there is something to be said about listening to The Beatles or Miles Davis on vinyl, loud and crystal clear, free of blemishes.
My only complaint about reissues? There aren’t enough record labels sourcing out older rock n’ roll, rockabilly, country, blues, jazz or reggae music for reissue, especially on 45rpm.
Forget music streaming services and digital downloads. I like to physically hold my records, feel them in my hands, glaze over the cover art and sleeves, and see how the light hits those narrow, deep grooves. But, that is a story for another time…

classicwaxxx:

Record mail day is the best, isn’t it?!?

I like records, if you couldn’t already tell. New records, old records, first pressings, reissues, limited edition colored 180g records…I like ‘em all. And when it comes to reissues, I don’t scoff at a chance to get some hard to find classics on new wax, for a couple of reasons.

1) The price on a reissue sometimes (if not most of the time) beats that of an OG copy.

2) The condition of a new, unplayed record is often better than a worn original. The technology of new vinyl is far superior to that of older generations of vinyl records, so in most cases, your new vinyl will have a longer shelf life than the older stuff, and will stand up better to frequent rotations on your turntable.

3) Depending on who mastered and pressed your new record(s), your new copy may even sound better than the original. (More advancements in vinyl technology!)

4) The best part about new vinyl? Hearing your favorites tracks unadulterated by scratches, pops and crackles. Now, I typically like those nuances. Makes the effort to listen to records that much more enjoyable. However, there is something to be said about listening to The Beatles or Miles Davis on vinyl, loud and crystal clear, free of blemishes.

My only complaint about reissues? There aren’t enough record labels sourcing out older rock n’ roll, rockabilly, country, blues, jazz or reggae music for reissue, especially on 45rpm.

Forget music streaming services and digital downloads. I like to physically hold my records, feel them in my hands, glaze over the cover art and sleeves, and see how the light hits those narrow, deep grooves. But, that is a story for another time…

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guysdontgethaircuts:

Now spinning! It was all over when i saw the video to “pretend we’re dead” in 1994 i believe… since then i go crazy for girls with a bad attitude and guitars!

guysdontgethaircuts:

Now spinning! It was all over when i saw the video to “pretend we’re dead” in 1994 i believe… since then i go crazy for girls with a bad attitude and guitars!

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recordfinds:

Very cool clear vinyl pressing of Speaking in Tongues

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mrselfdestruct9:

In Utero

mrselfdestruct9:

In Utero

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100footfaces:

Tigers Jaw

100footfaces:

Tigers Jaw

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From Vinyl Lovers

From Vinyl Lovers

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Curiosity Of The Day : Paz Lenchantin - Songs For Luci

Black Tent Press - BTP001

Curiosity Of The Day : Paz Lenchantin - Songs For Luci

Black Tent Press - BTP001

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Record Of The Day : Jerry Lee Lewis - Live At Third Man Records

TMR104

Record Of The Day : Jerry Lee Lewis - Live At Third Man Records

TMR104

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siouxsieramone:

Stiv Bators - You Must Be A Witch

(via jpnoir)