Yesterday was a routine Saturday for The BCPF and me. Breakfast, wine, records. That was it. Here’s the haul:
Pink Floyd – A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (Remixed & Updated) — 2×LP, 45 RPM. Gatefold sleeve + 24-page booklet. Remixed in 2019 from the original master tapes on Heavyweight 180g pressing. I had this on Cassette and can’t remember if I have it on CD or not. I think it was hard to find. I’m not huge on live albums, but this was a great show. New.
Grim Reaper – See You In Hell — A name I know from the 80s NWBHM days. This was the band’s debut album. I know Nick Bowcott from being a contributor for Guitar for the Practicing Musician when that was in publication and I was still reading it (I loved that magazine). I haven’t really ever heard it before, though. At least, as far as I know. It was there in EX condition, so I had to jump on it.
System Of A Down – Mezmerize — SOAD is always hit or miss with me, it’s a little aggressive, but when it’s melodic, it’s certainly melodic. This album, I love because of three songs specifically: BYOB (which stands for Bring Your Own Bomb), Audio/Video, and Cigaro. It was there brand new so I hit it. New.
Archers Of Loaf – All The Nations Airports — The BCPF’s album. She loves everything this band puts out. Any guesses as to what record label this is on? Yes, Merge. We know how she feels about that. New.,
Watch the social media for Underdog Records to see what Jonathan has put out and has available for purchase. You can purchase unused vinyl (new and rereleases) 24/7/365 by visiting the website. Use Discogs to track your collection.
Until next time, keep spinnin’… Scorp out!
— “Can I make you an offer you can’t refuse? I kept my eyes on you, ’cause I tell you that you lose. And you can come with me to a place you’ll know so well. And I will take you to the very gates of Hell.” – “See You In Hell” (Bowcott/Grimmett)
Are you enjoying the Snowmageddon that is happening outside right now? Or at least if you’re in the Southeast… I hate it, as you’d hear if you listened to the last two Useless Things Podcasts (which you can do here). We had breakfast, picked up the remaining tile we had for the bathroom redo, and went to Underdog Records. Here’s what we got:
The Moondoggies – Tidelands — Indie folk/country/pop just the way The BCPF likes it. One of the cool things about Jonathan is that he gives descriptions on the labels of the used stuff which may have trivia or genre-specific stuff. That’s what he did on this and The BCPF bought it because of that. And, he was spot on and she loved it. NM.
George Martin – Beatles To Bond And Bach — Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Blue 180 gram. Record Store Day 2018 exclusive, limited, and numbered, 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Limited Edition of 2.500 Individually Numbered Copies on Blue Vinyl. The number of this version is 002488. NM.
Amor De Días – Street Of The Love Of Days — The only thing you and I have to know about this is “Merge Records.” We know that just about everything that that label puts out is going to be exactly what The BCPF loves and looks for. That’s what we have here. NM.
Great Northern – Trading Twilight For Daylight — 1st pressing translucent red vinyl. I know absolutely nothing more than that. The BCPF was listening to pieces of some of these albums on YouTube to see if she’d like it. EX.
It was an All-The-BCPF Saturday. I picked up the Elvis Costello but I did that for her, so…
Again, I reiterate the importance of what Jonathan does for his customers. He puts descriptions (when applicable) on the labels so you can be better informed about your purchases. Watch the social media for Underdog Records and you’ll see what he has just gotten in and is putting out for purchase. He had probably 1000 records come in this week that he has either purchased or made an offer for. That means something awesome is going to be showing up. Those kinds of collections are always abundant with awesomeness. You can buy NEW vinyl (meaning anything unused, not necessarily new releases) day or night, 24/7/365 by visiting the Underdog website. And, Jonathan, several of my friends and I use Discogs to keep up with our collections. You should, too.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel… Scorp out!
— “Please don’t let on that you realized we keep our hopes on the night’s skies. And if it’s just one big lie, heaven knows what we all hide.” – “What Took So Long” (Moondoggies)
The holiday break was over! The BCPF and I went to breakfast, got our hair cut and went to Underdog Records. It was so good being back in the “candy store.” Our haul was slim but I feel we got good stuff. Here’s the haul:
Whitesnake – Slip Of The Tongue — 2×LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Reissue, Remastered. Gatefold sleeve. 30th Anniversary Remaster MMXIX. I believe by this time, Vivian Campbell had left to join Def Leppard. Steve Vai came in to handle guitar duties and did almost (if not) all of the guitar work. Adrian Vandenberg had suffered from a hand issue and couldn’t play. That means that the two albums that Vandenberg was associated with in Whitesnake, he never played a single note on the records. Richard Page, the lead singer and bassist of Mr. Mister, did most of the backup vocals with Tommy Funderburk, who is a writing partner with Martin Page. This has outtakes and alternate versions of some songs. New.
Mammoth WVH – Mammoth WVH — WVH is Wolfgang Van Halen, Eddie’s son. Mammoth was the band’s name before they went with the eponymous designation. After Eddie passed away, Wolf made his own album and I think it’s pretty kick-arse. He took a lot of flack for not trying to sound like his famous guitarist father. I am proud of Wolf to sticking to his guns, wanting to be his own man with his own style doing his own thing. In fact, he did all of it himself. All the instruments and vocals were done by him. It’s cool. Haters should just shut UP! 2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Black Ice Translucent vinyl. New.
Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit – Here We Rest — We still know little about Jason Isbell but The BCPF wanted it, so we got it. Simple as that. Recorded at the Nutthouse, Sheffield, Alabama and FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The album comes with a bonus 7″ single. Side B of bonus single also appears on the No More Fake Labels Guided By Voices tribute album Sing For Your Meat. NM.
This was not gotten at Underdog Record but from a crowd-sourced project:
Two Pound Planet – Songs From The Hydrogen Jukebox: The Mitch Easter Sessions & More — Two Pound Planet was the early band of my friend Jerry Chapman (yes, THAT Jerry Chapman). They did a rerelease of this album on vinyl and CD. I bought the regular 180g black vinyl edition (this listing, which is the only one in Discogs), the Transparent Green, and Orange & White Pinwheel versions. I got a cassette of Urban Edge, an autographed 8×10 of the band, and a “triple fat” t-shirt (my words not theirs), too. All from my pledge. We listened to it yesterday when I was putting The BCPF’s new desk together in her “StephCave.”
Again, it was so fun being back at Underdog Records. You can shop 24/7/365 by visiting their website. Also, watch the Underdog Records Instagram and Facebook pages to see what he’s just gotten in, whether it be new records, used records, reissues, equipment, and so on…
I use Discogs to track my collection. You should, too.
Until next time, keep spinnin’… Scorp out!
— “Will you wake me? I’m falling down. But I’ve never felt so alive. Will you hate me when it’s all done? ‘Cause I’ve never felt more alive.” – “Epiphany” (Van Halen)
The BCPF and I started vacation yesterday and we went into Underdog Records to pick up an album that Jonathan had put back for us. We wanted to change things up a bit. Breakfast, some wine, used book store, etc. So, here’s the one record we got:
Lambchop – I Hope You’re Sitting Down — Of course, this is a “The BCPF Thing.” She loves this band and when we were just friends, she put the song “Bon Soir Bon Soir” on a mix-tape for me. This album is kind of alt-country, kind of like the Decemberists are but not quite the same. Beautiful melodies and miserable/dark lyrics. And, it’s on Merge Records, so, that’s what we got. 2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Red & Pink Swirl. New.
Underdog Records will be open on Christmas Eve, but closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. You still have time to purchase gift singles. Jonathan takes an old 45RPM record and makes it into a gift card or certificate. You can do any amount. It’s a cool gift for your record lovers. And use Discogs to track your collection.
Until next time, same blog channel… Scorp out!
— “It’s beach blanket bingo at the end of the day. And his eyes are like wading pools and his feet are like clay. And he drifts through the crowd. They all know who he is. They have seen him before. He’s just a friend of his. Oh, get out of the car, bon soir bon soir.” – “Bon Soir Bon Soir” (Wagner)
Yesterday was a palindrome. Did you know that? 121121. Our day was weird because I had to spend half of it in the studio working on video set up and Zoom and all kinds of craziness that just wasn’t working the way I wanted/needed. My cousin, Gary or Kousin Gary on the Asylum – Tales from the Devereaux Diaries Podcast came up from Durham to help me out. He’s a vid production specialist, so he helped me work some things out. The BCPF and I took him to West End Cafe for a late lunch/early dinner and beers for his trouble and then took him to Underdog Records before he had to head back east. I didn’t get anything while there, but The BCPF did. Here’s her haul:
Nirvana – Nirvana — Compilation, Limited Edition, Reissue, Smoke-colored vinyl. Includes glossy double-sided insert with an essay by David Fricke, pictures, and song credits. Anti-static inner sleeve. Listed as used but still sealed, Walmart Edition.
Weezer – Weezer — “The Black Album”. Limited Edition, Black Smoke. Black Smoke Vinyl edition limited to 2000 pressings, purchased on the Weezer Web Store. Sixth self-titled album (Black); hype sticker and promotional materials refer to it as “The Black Album.” Includes a custom inner sleeve. Pre-orders were delivered with a black spork; metal sporks were included with test pressings. NM
Gary loved Underdog Records and well, we do, too! He bought Megadeth’s Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying and a used, signed copy of Electric Circus from WASP. You should check out Underdog Records’ website and social media to see what Jonathan has gotten in and is offering for purchase. Use Discogs to track your collection.
Until next time, keep spinnin’… Scorp out!
— “He’s the one who likes all our pretty songs. And he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun. But he don’t know what it means, don’t know what it means, when I say, he’s the one who likes all our pretty songs. And he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun. But he don’t know what it means, don’t know what it means, and I say, “Yeah”. – “In Bloom” (Cobain)
Friday was Record Store Day – Black Friday Edition and I participated but not to the extent I used to. Since the pandemic, I haven’t had the inclination to participate. The BCPF and I did some work around the house on Friday and waited for my ex-wife to come and get some stuff from our house. We grabbed lunch and then went to Underdog Records. We figured that gave time enough for the rush to subside. Here’s how much I didn’t participate: I didn’t even look at the list to see what was coming out. I didn’t know of anything. We played it right, it wasn’t busy but it had been. We went back to Underdog Records yesterday for Small Business Saturday. Just to spend a little bit of money. Here are the hauls (these are all new, no used):
Fleetwood Mac – Alternate Live — Record Store Day – Black Friday 2021 release. Limited to 6000. 2×LP, Limited Edition. A fourteen-song LP pulled from the Fleetwood Mac Super Deluxe release, including a further seven songs from the Tusk tour, four from the 1977 Rumours tour, and three from the 1982 Mirage tour.
King’s X – Please Come Home…Mr. Bulbous — I forgot about this but was so glad there was one still there. Numbered, Yellow Sun colored vinyl. Record Store Day Black Friday 2021 release, hand-numbered out of 2500. RSD Sticker on the front says “First time on vinyl! Exclusive numbered edition on sun yellow wax.” This is number 2294/2500.
Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit – Georgia Blue — Everyone talks about Jason Isbell and everything points to The BCPF liking it. That being said, I don’t know anything about him and wouldn’t know a song if I heard it. 2×LP, Blue Translucent. 2021 Record Store Day “RSD Black Friday First” release, limited to 12,000 copies.
Richard & Linda Thompson – Shoot Out The Lights — I bought this yesterday for SBS. It was ranked #332 on the RS list that matters. It’s not on the one that doesn’t. Not RSD. Limited Edition, Reissue. Rhino Limited Edition ‘Start Your Ear Off Right’ pressing on 180-gram black vinyl, limited to 4300 copies worldwide.
Talk Talk – It’s My Life — The other LP purchased for SBS. Limited Edition, Reissue, Repress, Purple Translucent, 180g. Originally from 1984. Released in the U.S. on 15 Jan 2021 as part of Rhino’s ‘Start Your Ear Off Right’ reissue campaign for 2021.
Carole King – In Concert (Live at the BBC, 1971) — Recorded Live for the BBC In Concert Series in 1971 and produced by Series producer Stanley Dorfman, Carole King performs hits from the seminal album Tapestry. Never before released on vinyl. Record Store Day Black Friday 2021 release.
Modern English – After The Snow (Live From Indigo @ O2) — Recorded live Friday, September 18th, 2020 at indigo at The O2, London, England. [On sleeve:] Dedicated to our friend Vaughan Oliver 1957 – 2019. [From the band:] Vaughan Oliver designed this sleeve for us shortly before his untimely passing in December 2019. We felt it was only fitting to release his work. We have brought together Vaughan’s friend and long-time design partner Chris Bigg to finalise [sic] the art work [sic] and realise [sic] Vaughan’s vision.
Dire Straits – Encores — 45 RPM, EP, Limited Edition, Remastered, Pink vinyl. Only 4 songs. RSD “Black Friday” 2021. Limited edition of 6.000 copies. Including 12″ x 12″ lithograph with embossed “Record Store Day 2021” logo.
Grant-Lee Phillips – Yuletide — EP, Limited Edition, Green vinyl. Limited edition green vinyl. Released first on Record Store Day Black Friday. For whatever reason, it’s the same five songs front and back. I am not sure if they are different versions.
That’s a decent haul with an extensive price tag. But, I have them. We have purchased two new record shelf systems which we are in dire need of. We’re redoing the whole house (to some extent) and will be getting those up sometime soon. Jonathan said the RSDBFE was a major success and he was happy. Keep track of Underdog Records on Instagram and Facebook as there are probably a couple of RSD records left. You can order new vinyl 24/7/365 by visiting the website. Use Discogs to track your collection.
Until next time, keep spinnin’… Scorp out!
— “I’ve asked myself, how much do you commit yourself? It’s my life, don’t you forget. It’s my life, it never ends (It never ends).” – “It’s My Life” (Hollis/Friese-Greene)
Yesterday and last night was a night of epic proportions. I’ll get to that later this week, possibly on the podcast. I’ll have a couple of things to talk about this week on that podcast episode. But, we had breakfast, went to Underdog Records, and I got to see my mom. Here’s the haul:
Kiss – Destroyer 45th Anniversary 2-LP Deluxe Edition — I wasn’t going to buy this but I couldn’t resist. Not nearly my favorite KISS album, but I’d love to have other albums from the band do this. Especially, Rock and Roll Over or Hotter Than Hell or the self-titled debut. 2×LP, Remastered, Stereo, Half-Speed Mastering. New.
The Feelies – The Good Earth — Don’t know anything about The Feelies. This is The BCPF’s pick. She said they’re somehow related to Luna. I know who Luna is, but I don’t know what it means to be related to them. Reissue, Remastered. New.
Underdog Records will be closed on Thursday, of course, but will be open Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Friday is Black Friday and is also Record Store Day. If you’re interested in the RSD roster of releases, visit the RSD website. Order new vinyl (not RSD) from Underdog by visiting their website. Use Discogs to track your music collection like I do.
Until next time, keep spinnin’… Scorp out!
— “Get up! Everybody’s gonna move their feet!” – “Detroit Rock City” (Ezrin/Stanley)
The BCPF and I got up early and went to some yard sales. That’s the first time in probably six or seven years that we did that. Early in our relationship, we would go to yard/rummage/garage sales and we got away from it when we didn’t have much money and we got up late and most yard sales are done by noon. We still don’t have much money but we were up early and well, why not? We got some cute things and whatever and we spent maybe $10? It was more about just doing it than what we got. We had lunch at The Sherwood, went to Underdog Records, and because my “Beeman Belly” kicked in, we had to leave early from Underdog. So our “haul” is anything but. So, here’s what we got.
The War On Drugs – I Don’t Live Here Anymore — I thought this was a Merge band, but it’s Atlantic. Cool. We have some of their stuff and, of course, The BCPF loves them. This is their brand new album, it came out two weeks ago. 2×LP, Limited Edition, Blue Translucent. New.
Peter Gabriel – Up — By now, you know I love me some Peter Gabriel. I have all of his albums up to So (except for Birdy the soundtrack for the Matthew Modine and Nicholas Cage film), but nothing beyond that. There are a few good songs on here that I know of. It was released in 2002 and is the last album of new material he’s released. Everything since has been live, reimagined, or redone stuff from his catalog. 2×LP, Reissue, Remastered, 180 grams. New.
That’s it, sadly. Danged Beeman Belly. Jonathan had gotten in some sweet used turntables that have been tested and approved for sale if you’re in need of a record player. If you read these posts and don’t have a way to listen to records but wish you could, then Underdog Records is your place to get started. Watch the Facebook and Instagram of the store and order new vinyl day or night by visiting the website. Use Discogs, like I do, to track your music collection, no matter the format. If it was available on reel-to-reel, and someone has had it, it will be on there. 8-Track, cassette, vinyl, and possibly digital. I’m not sure. But, check them out, too.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel… Scorp out!
— “My ghost likes to travel so deep into your space” – “Growing Up” (Gabriel)
I’m not going to lie to you, Dear Reader, it was hard to not post-post the entries this week. But, it feels better now, two days later. I’m also going to be honest and tell you that I spent a lot on records yesterday. More than I wanted to, to be honest, but we got some good (and potentially good) stuff. Jonathan was in an exceptionally good mood since his Atlanta Braves won the World Series. All that, here’s the haul:
Matt Mullins & The Bringdowns – Partly Pandemonium Partly Love — This one wasn’t from Underdog Records. This was from friends of my Kousin Gary from Asylum – Tales from the Devereaux Diaries. We went to see them play at The Ramkat on Friday. Stuart, the guitar player is one of Gary’s best friends and all of us were from West Virginia. I heard a lot of stories on those songs about my home state. Stuart’s mother was my fourth-grade teacher and one of my faves. Someone said they were like outlaw country but I didn’t get that, really. It’s more country-rock but with a lot of harmonies and hard rock riffs. I dug it. They signed the record, too. New.
Ozzy Osbourne – No More Tears — Probably my third or fourth favorite Ozzy record. The Ultimate Sin comes in first, Blizzard of Ozz second, and this one and No Rest for the Wicked and Diary of a Madman jockey for position after that. Not a huge Ozzy fan overall, but I do like him and enjoy the music. This was just rereleased a few weeks back and when Jonathan got the shipment, he was only able to get one copy and it was spoken for. So, I was happy to find this one. I guess the shipment came through. It’s 2×LP, Reissue, Remastered.
U2 – October — The second album from U2. Probably one of my least faves of theirs, but it was canon and I wanted to have it in the collection. Reissue, Remastered, 180gram. Single sleeve. 180g vinyl. No shrinkwrap (hype) sticker. Plus 16-page book in 12″ format and photo inner sleeve in heavy paper (that’s what Discogs said, I haven’t opened it to see if it really has all this). New.
Hiss Golden Messenger – O Come All Ye Faithful — This is some The BCPF stuff here. The first clue is that it’s on Merge Records. That’s always a dead giveaway. We have an album from them already but this is their Christmas album. I hope we wait until after Thanksgiving to listen to it. 2×LP, Limited Edition, Bone/Green/Red tri-color. New.
Alanis Morissette – Jagged Little Pill — I was surprised we didn’t have this already, but we didn’t. I think it was released a little while ago in some special edition that was like $80 or something. Nah, I’ll pass on that. But, The BCPF found this copy and we rejoiced. #69 on the Rolling Stone list that doesn’t matter (as much). Reissue, Remastered, 180g. New.
Destroyer – Destroyer’s Rubies — I asked The BCPF, “what is this?” She replied, “It’s on Merge.” What more do you need to know? I didn’t need any more info. 2×LP, Reissue, Remastered, Gatefold. New.
The Halo Benders – Don’t Tell Me Now — We have one other album from The Halo Benders. Surprisingly, Merge doesn’t have the market cornered on this kind of music. This is on KLP. It’s a repress, as far as I can tell. More The BCPF stuff, of course. New.
Rhiannon Giddens – Tomorrow Is My Turn — Rhiannon was born in Greensboro and part of the folk/old-time group the Carolina Chocolate Drops. This was her debut solo effort. It was produced by T-Bone Burnett. 140-gram audiophile vinyl. The version we got came with a CD but this was used and whoever got it, kept the CD. Booooo! This was still NM and Jonathan said it was “like new.” I wonder if they kept the CD did they even listen to the record? Who knows. NM.
Imperial Teen – Now We Are Timeless — This is a Merge Records artist, but you know what? I picked it out. Really, I showed it to The BCPF and she just shrugged. I said it was on Merge and she said, “really!?” But, then said nothing more. So, I decided to keep it. I don’t know and she doesn’t know anything about it. So… we’ll see. Limited Edition, Blue Ice. NM.
Rank And File – Long Gone Dead — This was some different kind of stuff. It’s basically what is called “cowpunk.” Country punk. I don’t really hear much punk, but it’s not exactly country, either. According to Wikipedia on “cowpunk”: It combines punk rock or new wave with country, folk, and blues in its sound, lyrical subject matter, attitude, and style. That makes sense here. This is from 1984. VG+.
View From The Hill – In Time — I know even less about this band, but I believe they’re British. They look to be an all-Black British band (that’s the term they use). Soul/Funk/R&B. That’s really all I know. VG+.
That’s our haul this week. A lot of new stuff means a lot of $$ spent. Whew! Jonathan got a nice Sony turntable that is really just like my AT60 from Audio Technica but with a Sony label. New needle and belt and have a switchable preamp if you have another preamp configuration you want to doodle around with. Watch the Underdog Records social media for whatever else Jonathan has gotten in and is ready for you to consume. You can shop new vinyl day/night/24/7/365 by visiting the website. I use Discogs to track my collection. You should, too!
Until next time, keep spinnin’… Scorp out!
— “Another day passes as the night closes in. The red light goes on to say it’s time to begin. I see the man around the corner waiting, can he see me? I close my eyes and wait to hear the sound of someone screaming here. No more tears.” – “No More Tears” (Osbourne/Wylde/Inez/Castillo/Purdell)
Yesterday, The BCPF and I went around the world! Well, we went to some international stores and pubs. I’ll talk about that tomorrow. We also went to Underdog Records and got some goodies. Here’s the haul:
Death Cab For Cutie – Plans — I asked Jonathan about this a few weeks back and he said it has been backordered and no delivery in sight. This was in the used bin and The BCPF found it. 2×LP, 180- Gram, Gatefold. The track “Talking Like Turnstiles” (Track D1) is a bonus track released exclusively on vinyl. Sounds awesome. EX.
The dB’s – I Thought You Wanted To Know 1978-1981 — The dB’s first came to prominence in the early 1980s. Their name is big around here because Peter Holsapple, Chris Stamey, Will Rigby, and Gene Holder are all from WSNC. I have shared the stage with Chris Stamey and have had conversations with Pete Holsapple. While they are from here, they formed the band in NYC. The dB’s, Let’s Active and others of that time should have been bigger, much bigger. Great stuff. 2×LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Translucent Green. New.
The Connells – Steadman’s Wake — Another NC-based/formed band. We were supposed to see them pre-pandemic and they had to postpone it due to an illness in the band and then we missed the reschedule. Released this week, Gatefold, Color Insert included. New.
Bob Dylan – The Times They Are A-Changin’ — I hate spending money on Bob Dylan albums. Really because I can’t stand listening to him. But, also, I don’t like not having something in the canon of an artist we have many of or who are (of the albums are) important. That’s what happens here. This is a 1975 reissue. Sleeve variation – stereo disc housed in textured rear paster-over sleeve with circled 8905 but NO ‘Stereo’ with arrows, this has a patch over it on the sleeve print location, yet the sleeve has a different number for the Mono-CL 2105. KCS 8905 catalogue number on rear. ‘A’ on sleeve bottom right corner rear. Contains an insert on textured paper that continues the liner notes entitled “11 Outlined Epitaphs” from the back cover. Red and orange Columbia labels. EX.
Mood Rings – VPI Harmony — I don’t have a clue what this is. The BCPF doesn’t have a clue what this is. She thought she may want it and then put it back. I pulled it back out of the the bin and we will see what it is. Wikipedia says it is shoegazing post-punk. So, she should like it. NM.
Bob Dylan – Shot Of Love — You see what I wrote above on Dylan? I especially hate spending money on Dylan Christian albums. VG+.
Level 42 – World Machine — This is Level 42’s sixth album but it is their breakthrough album. Mainstream audiences didn’t know about Level 42 until this album and its hit single “Something About You.” I love that song. Still in shrink wrap with hype sticker, but that will come off when I listen to the album. I keep the hype stickers but cut them off the wrap and put them in the sleeve. EX.
Jonathan was adorned in his Atlanta Braves attire in anticipation of the (eventual) win of his team. We shot the breeze about sports and whatever before we headed out. Watch the social media for Underdog Records to see what J-man got in this week and putting out to purchase, whether it’s new, used or equipment. You can purchase new vinyl day, night, 24/7/365 by visiting the website. Use Discogs to track your music collection, even CDs.
Until tomorrow, keep spinnin’… Scorp out!
— “If ever our love was concealed, no one can say that we didn’t feel a million things and a perfect dream of life. Gone, fragile but free. We remain tender together. If not so in love, it’s not so wrong. We’re only human after all. These changing years, they add to your confusion. Oh and you need to hear the time that told the truth.” – “Something About You” (Badarou/Gould/King/Lindup/Gould)