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I don't understand the CD trade. Why couldn't you all post lists on the forum and download the songs yourselves?


Thu May 06, 2010 1:00 pm
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Fhil - who is marissa nadler? (can't be arsed to google)

Ed_P: most of the tape trade anonymise the tracks so the listener has no idea what comes next, it's part of the appeal. Tracklists should only be listed afterwards, though of course I fucked up on disc cheryl for Offering.

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Vomir - l'homme sature LP
Lasse Marhaug - The quiet North
Kid606 - ps you love me
Kid606 - GQ on the EQ+++
Venetian Snares - printf
Mono - Holy Ground NYC Live Triple LP w/DVD

Now for the moan: the Mono package is great with a fair amount of effort put into it so why oh fucking why did they package it with the LPs inside. I've now got 3 inner sleeves with splits.

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No Friends - Traditional Failures 12"
Said And Done - Weight Of The World 7"

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an awesome letter from a bunch of total strangers!


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Fhil - who is marissa nadler? (can't be arsed to google)

Marissa Nadler (born April 5, 1981) is an American dream-folk and fine artist based in Boston. She grew up in a small town in Massachusetts.[citation needed] She studied painting at Rhode Island School of Design but song-writing became her favored artistic outlet. While exploring old artistic techniques such as illustration, painting, bookbinding, woodcarving and encaustic painting, she also began to hone her songwriting craft. She is a self taught guitarist, who as a teenager learned to play in a style similar to cotton picking, playing a steady bass pattern with the thumb and filling out syncopated rhythms with the index finger. She is also self-taught as a singer.[1][2]

Her voice was described by the popular online music website Pitchfork Media as "a voice you would follow straight into Hades."[citation needed] In the Boston Globe, her voice and music is described: "She has a voice that, in mythological times, could have lured men to their deaths at sea, an intoxicating soprano drenched in gauzy reverb that hits bell-clear heights, lingers, and tapers off like rings of smoke. Hardly anyone considers Nadler a folk musician." [2]

Music critics describe Nadler's songs as having American Gothic leanings; her stories often take place in an imagined, idealistic time with a cast of characters of her own creation. Yet, in recent years, it has emerged that the characters are less make believe than listeners thought and are based on real people, and their real lives, which she revealed in an interview with the music website Stereogum.com [3] Her links to American Gothic are reinforced by "Annabelle Lee," the last song on her debut album, Ballads of Living and Dying, which puts the poem of the same title by Edgar Allan Poe to a musical backing. Singing in a mezzo-soprano, the foundation of her songs are her acoustic guitar, often accompanied by a variety of instruments, ranging from organ to theremin to electric guitar.

Marissa Nadler released her first album, Ballads of Living and Dying, on Eclipse Records in 2004; her follow-up, The Saga of Mayflower May, was released in July 2005. Both records were distributed in the US by Eclipse Records, and by the UK label Beautiful Happiness in Europe. Eclipse Records' Ed Hardy, who runs a mostly vinyl record label formerly in the desert of Bullhead City Arizona, is credited by Marissa herself as having brought her into the musical world. Marissa released her third record Songs III: Bird on the Water on Peacefrog Records in Europe on March 12, 2007. The album was released in the US and Canada on August 12, 2007 by Kemado Records. Songs III: Bird on the Water was nominated for two PLUG awards in 2008: best female artist of the year, and best Americana record of the year. Marissa won "Outstanding Singer-Songwriter of the Year" in the 2008 Boston Music Awards, with three nominations altogether.[citation needed]

Her fourth full-length record, Little Hells, was released March 3, 2009, receiving high praise from many critics including 4 Star reviews from magazines such as Mojo, Rolling Stone in France and Germany, Uncut, Q. It received an 8.3 from Pitchforkmedia.com, with critic Grayson Currin writing, "Surrounded by little else but her own melancholy, Nadler sums up her career's existential despair: "Ghosts and lovers/ They will haunt you for a while," she sings. And while they do, Little Hells suggests through 10 of Nadler's best songs yet, the sadness will either kill you or keep you going." [4]

In early 2010 she contributed to the black metal project Xasthur, with the final album "Portals of Sorrow".[

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I have to find out when it's on sale, past midnight or a specific time tomorrow. I don't want to miss out.

If you could let me know, Zag, that'd be great.


Sorry, only just read this thread. Not quite gay enough to search my own band name on this forum, but I'm not far off it.

No rush on it, there's 20 copies still going, and so just order when you can tomorrow if you want one. They won't go too quick I doubt. (My copy should have arrived today, so hopefully in the morning. I am gay enough to own my own cd!)

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Worse than Merzbow!


We're thinking of doing one tape copy of a song and gaffa taping it to a bicycle, then throwing it in the Thames.

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Just had to sign for this little beauty.
Not bad seeing as it was only sent from Germany yesterday morning!

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Black "Bloodpack", 1 of only 500.
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looks good spiny. I was cheap and went for the play.com bog-standard version

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looks good spiny. I was cheap and went for the play.com bog-standard version

The cd's black aswell. :D

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So is my The Ocean disc. I think one of precambrian was too. So ner!

I once owned Celtic Frost's Morbid Tales on limited edition black vinyl.



Corrupted - Paso Inferior (Remaster)

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A lovely new Ulver shirt - mmmmm, red.

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I have a red Blood Inside Ulver hoodie. I don't like it.


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A hoodie? That may be too much red...

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It's the stupid design I don't like, the arms in particular. It looks metalcore. I do like that album but it's not my favourite Ulver. I think that's part of the problem.

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Ah yeah I see what you're saying about the arms, a bit unnecessary maybe. Hadn't seen it as metalcore until you said it :P but the main design is great, that's the same as my shirt. Plus I'm in love with the album :D

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I've had it for a couple of years. I wanted something different because I always wore black. It's not as bad as I remember. I might dig it out.


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Waiting for me after I got back from London last night:

Balboa/The Plague Sermon split 12"
Brainoil - self titled LP
By The Grace Of God - Three Steps To A Better Democracy CD
Dance Macabre/Am I Dead Yet split 7"
Dance Macabre - Einerseits/Andererseits 10"
Dance Macabre -Synkopenleben, Nein Danke LP
Dot[.]/Fistula split 10"
Her Death On Glass/Dance Macabre split 7"
Resurrectionists/Battle Of Wolf 359 split 10"
Thou/Salome -Our Enemy Civilization split 12"
Trainwreck - Of Concrete And Inner Wastelands 12"
Warcry - Deprogram 12"

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More today

James Chance & The Contortions - Buy CD
The Guilt Of.../Ivs Primae Noctis split 10"
Harvey Milk - Special Wishes CD

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Zoetrope - A Life of Crime
AC/DC - Iron Man 2 Soundtrack (fancy, uber-deluxe version with all the bells and whistles)

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