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  1. Just grabbed Around the Fur on vinyl. Dai the Flu - Deftones
  2. Practically came out of hiding to further this. In Santa Cruz, CA, there's a place called the Catalyst club. Looking at their schedule for the month, picking out bands that sound cool, and checking them out on Spotify has become a little weekend thing I do regularly. You'd be amazed with how many great, relatively unknown bands there are playing in clubs like these. The local bands I've been able to see there (FIDLAR, The Frights, SWMRS) all put on kick-ass shows, and are at least for now untouched by all the bullshit commercialism that goes on in radio. Essentially what I'm trying to say is that before passing off all music today as crap, do some digging and work for your music. For god's sake, rock is not dead and screw anyone who tries to preach that. Radio is dead. Rock is mainstream now, and all that anyone wants to put on the radio is the watered-down garbage that you hear people complain about. You're never gonna hear the next Zeppelin or Sabbath on the radio again, but you might find them playing in a little underground venue if you look hard enough. And to be honest, it's way more fun to have your own little band that only you and a small following know about.* *We apparently have some sensitive users in this thread, so I'd like to apologize ahead of time if I ruffle anyone's feathers a bit too hard
  3. Good Day Sunshine - The Beatles
  4. The Mummy. Jersey or regular cotton bed sheets?
  5. It tastes kinda like soy milk but, I don't know, a bit earthier (only word I can think of)? They sell it at Whole Foods and stores like it if you want to try it out. I cut out milk because I found out it didn't make me feel that great, and hemp milk is a nice alternative.
  6. Sprouted wheat toast with peanut butter and a glass of hemp milk.
  7. And they clipped the ending! That spoiled my eargasm a tiny bit as well. But hey - it still sounds amazing.
  8. Here are the CDs. Here's what the inside looks like. Got the companion disc playing in the background of all this unboxing. Overall, I am very satisfied with the box set. I'm glad they didn't include gimmicky marbles and scarves like the Floyd Immersion sets did. If there's one thing I'm disappointed about, it's that they didn't have the LP labels like the original plum-coloured Atlantic ones. Might be getting the next two within the week. Now to listen to the album!
  9. Listening to the Paris concert at the moment. Haven't given the album a listen yet, but I will tonight with my Shure SRH440s. Here are some unboxing photos of LZ1. Taken with my Nexus 5, so photo quality may not be that great. This was a promo poster thrown in by the record store. Put it up next to my CD promo poster on my wall. The box. It's my book in a box. No reading material apart from the newspaper clippings pictured inside, as far as I know. Haven't had the time to read through all of it. The press release. Fuckin' awesome. Everything looks so official and business-like. That's the front and back of the folder. Here are the LPs. Was expecting a gatefold cover for the companion audio, but it was just a single sleeve for both LPs. There's the back of them. Here's the album art prints. The smaller alternate art did not come with the set, that was a bonus record store promo. No. 16,475. I can't tell you how happy I am that it isn't a weird prime number or some shit like that. Post #2 incoming
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