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A thread for forthcoming vinyl releases...

Discussion in 'music' started by windhoek, Sep 20, 2016.

  1. windhoek

    windhoek The Phoolosopher

  2. carruthersesq

    carruthersesq pfm Member

    £49.99 on Scott Nangle.
  3. Fudgemaster

    Fudgemaster pfm Member

    Scott Nangle also has the Bernie Grundman remaster of LOG, pressed at Pallas, for £29.99 + £4.50 tracked P&P, and my copy arrived a couple of days after ordering. I also have the MoFi Abraxas 45rpm issue, and it doesn't sound £100 better than the LOG.
  4. Bertiebee

    Bertiebee pfm Member

    Still looking for a Santana Abraxas MFSL 2 x 45 pressing (one step recording) if anyone knows where there is one (that isn't £300 or more).
  5. Jonathan Ribee

    Jonathan Ribee Unavailable at present

    For the vinyl purist, a poster one of my digital consultant colleagues found in that Manchester...

    (tickled me, anyway)

    IMG 0192 par Jonathan Ribee, on ipernity
  6. flapland

    flapland pfm Member

  7. torstoi

    torstoi pfm Member

    Blackflower / Artifacts 12.01.2017:


    You mouse over the album covers & hear complete songs to check out.

    The last GHOST RADIO was a bomb,
    the ABISSINIA AFTERLIFE before very good.
    Their vinyl is phantastic, I recommend it over CD in this case,
    don't know the 2012 one & not yet checked out the new one as has not yet arrived.
  8. zygote23

    zygote23 pfm Member

    Thanks for this....seems right up my street at the mo!
  9. torstoi

    torstoi pfm Member

    Glad you like it.. :)
  10. mickyricky

    mickyricky pfm Member

  11. farfromthesun

    farfromthesun pfm Member

  12. misterdog

    misterdog Not the canine kind

  13. mondie

    mondie pfm Member

  14. zygote23

    zygote23 pfm Member

  15. norliss

    norliss pfm Member

    Kraftwerk set is interesting. I wonder about the provenance of the materials/mastering...?
  16. killie99

    killie99 pfm Member

    Since it's released by KlingKlang I would be astonished if it wasn't being released with the full backing of R & F and their fingers were very much the ones in control.
  17. zygote23

    zygote23 pfm Member

    The nine-LP deluxe vinyl box set has the eight albums (The Mix being a double) as performed across the world and mixed by Kraftwerk, who say the sound quality is “peerless”. An eight-CD box set mirrors the vinyl package, but is considerably cheaper.
  18. Jonathan Ribee

    Jonathan Ribee Unavailable at present

    I have much Kraftwerk. I will buy more Kraftwerk when Kraftwerk does new stuff. Like they did last in 2003. There is only so much old Kraftwerk you can listen to enhanced, live, remastered, louder, quieter, standing on your head...

    (Unless they release 1, 2 or Ralf and Florian)

    PS I love Kraftwerk
  19. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    The Kraftwerk is available in a myriad different formats (here) and is the live versions of the full classic albums from the 3D tour. Not sure if I'm up for it or not yet, I've got a full set of UK original vinyl, Der Katalog on CD and Minimum Maximum on both vinyl and DVD so I'm not convinced by how much this will add! The thing I'm missing in any format aside from shonky MP3 'backed up' off the internet is Organisation Tone Float, but I very much doubt R&F will ever sell me a legit copy of that! One item I've annoyingly lost ver the years is the luminous 12" of Neon Lights, that was fun as it really did glow in the dark!
  20. dan m

    dan m pfm Member

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