RSD 2017

RSD 2017

Postby earthdog70 » Tue Mar 21, 2017 6:44 pm

The list is out. Hopefully they will get the PDF link working on the site. Obviously my store won't have all of these, but this is my wish-list:

Madonna
Paul Shaffer & Bill Murray
Corey Feldman & Snoop.

Gotcha :lol: Meanwhile, back on Earth:

The Doors-Live at The Matrix
Offspring-S/T
Mike Peters-Man in Camo Jacket
Runaways-Cherokee/Gold Star Sessions
Smiths-Boy with Thorn in Side
Sundays-Blind
Superchunk-Cup of Sand
Peter Tosh-Legalize It!
Where The Pyramid Meets The Eye-Roky Erickson tribute
Evan Dando-Baby I'm Bored
Walter Lure & The Waldos-Live in Brooklyn
Recutting The Crap-Clash Tribute
The Veldt
Black Angels-Death Song
Mark Mulcahy-Possum in the Driveway
Stevie Ray Vaughn-Live at Carnegie Hall

I scratched some other stuff that were picture discs or mono versions, that's just my personal hang-ups. :mrgreen:

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Re: RSD 2017

Postby JGJR » Thu Mar 23, 2017 1:03 pm

Here's my wishlist (in alphabetical order):
The Chills "Rocket Science" 7"
Damnation A.D. - Pornography Lp
Germs - "Lexicon Devil" 7"
Joe Jackson - "A Slow Song" 7"
Luna - Penthouse 2xLp
Graham Parker and the Rumour - Live in Bremen Lp
Priests - Early Recordings Lp
Ramones - singles box
Smiths - alternate versions 7"
Sunny Day Real Estate - The Rising Tide 2xLp
Shocking Blue - At Home Lp
Wipers - "Better Off Dead" 7"
Zombies - alternate versions 7"

Of these, the SDRE and Luna are at the top of my want list as they are 2 of my favorite albums ever. The Wipers 7", too.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby Welly » Thu Mar 23, 2017 1:04 pm

JGJR wrote: Wipers - "Better Off Dead" 7"


I knew there was one I was after!
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby version sound » Thu Mar 23, 2017 5:49 pm

I wouldn't mind having the Germs EP, assuming it's a faithful reissue of the Slash single, instead of that silly picture disc that came out under the same title last (?) year.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby earthdog70 » Fri Mar 24, 2017 8:13 am

There's a few good ones on the UK list that I will have to search around for after:

999-Live & Loud
Chelsea-Live at Bier Keller Blackpool
Julian Cope-Drunken Songs
Magazine-Old World Charm
Millencolin-For Monkeys
Motorhead-S/T (w/What's Words Worth+bonus tracks-hoping this isn't a picture disc)
Stooges-Heavy Liquid
UK Subs-Live & Loud '89 (Greatest Hits in Paris)

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Re: RSD 2017

Postby JGJR » Fri Mar 24, 2017 11:45 am

version sound wrote:I wouldn't mind having the Germs EP, assuming it's a faithful reissue of the Slash single, instead of that silly picture disc that came out under the same title last (?) year.


I honestly didn't know what the cover was until yesterday. I wish I hadn't looked it up.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby version sound » Fri Mar 24, 2017 10:26 pm

JGJR wrote:
version sound wrote:I wouldn't mind having the Germs EP, assuming it's a faithful reissue of the Slash single, instead of that silly picture disc that came out under the same title last (?) year.


I honestly didn't know what the cover was until yesterday. I wish I hadn't looked it up.


Aren't you on the record as enjoying early "pre-nazi" Skrewdriver? Hitler cover aside, The Germs were never nazis.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby xxxHunterxxx » Sat Mar 25, 2017 7:24 am

version sound wrote:
JGJR wrote:
version sound wrote:I wouldn't mind having the Germs EP, assuming it's a faithful reissue of the Slash single, instead of that silly picture disc that came out under the same title last (?) year.


I honestly didn't know what the cover was until yesterday. I wish I hadn't looked it up.


Aren't you on the record as enjoying early "pre-nazi" Skrewdriver? Hitler cover aside, The Germs were never nazis.


Pat Smear is Jewish.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby scannest » Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:06 am

xxxHunterxxx wrote:Pat Smear is Jewish.

Patrick isn't a very Jewish name.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby JGJR » Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:22 pm

scannest wrote:
xxxHunterxxx wrote:Pat Smear is Jewish.

Patrick isn't a very Jewish name.


His real first name's George.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby JGJR » Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:25 pm

xxxHunterxxx wrote:
version sound wrote:
JGJR wrote:
version sound wrote:I wouldn't mind having the Germs EP, assuming it's a faithful reissue of the Slash single, instead of that silly picture disc that came out under the same title last (?) year.


I honestly didn't know what the cover was until yesterday. I wish I hadn't looked it up.


Aren't you on the record as enjoying early "pre-nazi" Skrewdriver? Hitler cover aside, The Germs were never nazis.


Pat Smear is Jewish.


Yeah, I know. All that is obvious. So is Chris Stein, 1/2 the original Ramones and others who dabbled in Nazi imagery during that same era. As a Jew, the covers still skeeves me out. And yeah, I have enjoyed early Skrewdriver in the past, but the more I found out about them, they were always kinda racist (again, obviously) and I don't listen to that stuff now regardless. It's tainted, but at the time ('78), I know a few people who bought All Skrewed Up like they would anything else on Chiswick at the time (Danny is among them).

All that said, Darby was (again obviously) fascinated with Nazi imagery and called Hitler a genius at one point, at least if you believe that biopic.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby scannest » Mon Mar 27, 2017 1:22 pm

JGJR wrote:His real first name's George.


Some things never go out of style...
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby JGJR » Mon Mar 27, 2017 1:33 pm

scannest wrote:
JGJR wrote:His real first name's George.


Some things never go out of style...


Touche.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby version sound » Mon Mar 27, 2017 8:31 pm

JGJR wrote:All that said, Darby was (again obviously) fascinated with Nazi imagery and called Hitler a genius at one point, at least if you believe that biopic.


Based on what I've read, Darby may have been fascinated with Hitler and the Third Reich, but it had nothing to do with anti-semitism. He was fascinated by people who held sway over others. That included Hitler, Manson, L. Ron Hubbard, etc. All that being said, you have to remember that Darby was basically just a precocious teenager who didn't live long enough to really grow up.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby JGJR » Tue Mar 28, 2017 11:06 am

version sound wrote:
JGJR wrote:All that said, Darby was (again obviously) fascinated with Nazi imagery and called Hitler a genius at one point, at least if you believe that biopic.


Based on what I've read, Darby may have been fascinated with Hitler and the Third Reich, but it had nothing to do with anti-semitism. He was fascinated by people who held sway over others. That included Hitler, Manson, L. Ron Hubbard, etc. All that being said, you have to remember that Darby was basically just a precocious teenager who didn't live long enough to really grow up.


Agreed completely (never meant to imply otherwise) and particularly L Ron Hubbard is of importance here because the school that he and Pat went to was affiliated with the Scientologists on some level.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby Welly » Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:49 pm

version sound wrote:Darby was basically just a precocious teenager who didn't live long enough to really grow up.


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Re: RSD 2017

Postby danny » Wed Mar 29, 2017 10:55 am

most of my wants are off the uk list - so unlikely to get em.

999
UK Subs
Magazine
Sugar
Moondog
U Roy
Turtles (album collection)
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby Gary » Sat Apr 15, 2017 2:15 pm

Only thing I've seen I want,is the Cheap Trick record. Not really been paying attention though.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby earthdog70 » Sat Apr 22, 2017 8:02 am

I got to our local store about 15 minutes before they opened. Picked up the Roky Erickson and Clash tributes, The Offspring and Stevie Ray Vaughn ones. Online I got Chelsea and Superchunk via Dr. Strange. Pretty good haul :mrgreen:
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby Knutsen » Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:10 am

I got the new
Tamikrest - album
Fat Greddy's Drop - Hope for a Generation 12"
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby Gary » Mon Apr 24, 2017 3:58 pm

Gary wrote:Only thing I've seen I want,is the Cheap Trick record. Not really been paying attention though.


And as it was my birthday,I got it.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby scannest » Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:38 am

The Cheap Trick record will be available everywhere on CD this Friday.
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby earthdog70 » Sat Apr 29, 2017 8:34 am

I know some here had expressed an interest in the Magazine RSD releases, the new one and last year's are available here:

https://cargorecordsdirect.co.uk/collec ... 1cd7f7f3eb
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Re: RSD 2017

Postby Gary » Sun May 07, 2017 3:52 pm

scannest wrote:The Cheap Trick record will be available everywhere on CD this Friday.



A lot of the songs were already available on cd.
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