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Nightlock
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Post#46 » Wed Sep 05, 2007 12:21 pm

Oh my god! Awesome Sabbat collection, I bought the White Dwarf Flexi a while ago but the guy ripped me off and never sent it :(
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Post#47 » Wed Sep 05, 2007 4:08 pm

DaN wrote:
BloodOfChrist wrote:Image

The red 7" is the second Scarum 7". Sorry for the brightness.
Will you marry me? Let's share EVERYTHING!
Hahahaha.....I never even saw that post until just now.


Holy shit! That Sabbat collection is awsome!


Heres another picture taken fairly recently. Its just missing that one Metal Massacre comp, but thats a lot easier to get so Im not in a rush to get it.
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Thats LP, CD, Glossy photo and poster from the press pack (came with my copy of the LP), and comps that theyve appeared on (Northcoast Steel, Convicted To The Avant Garde, Auburn Records: The First 20 Years). The Auburn sampler was limited to 100 and distributed for free at the 20 Year anniversary show. It includes a recording of Nightcrawler playing a completely re-vamped version of "Soldier In Time" in 2004 with Kenny Easterly (Purgatory) on drums and Jim Hamar (Breaker) on vocals!

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Post#48 » Wed Sep 05, 2007 4:25 pm

Heres one I took a while ago.

It includes...
- Tied To The Trax LP
- Purgatory EP (Signed)
- Tied To The Trax Test Pressing (Pre-Mixdown, Raw and live sounding!)
- Signed photo of Randy Gonce as "Randy Gonce of Purgatory"
- Signed photo of Randy Gonce as "Batman" 8)
- Tied To The Trax Cassette
- Dr. Pain Cassette demo
- The original "Tied to the trax" art (explained below)
- Original 1985 Purgatory logo iron (explained below)
- Cassette of Purgatory playing the entire album Live at Suma Recording studios, laying down the guitar tracks for the album. You can hear some of the leads and solos that made it to the final mix, but everything else is live and raw and its awesome quality.

The mailing box, phone, and jewel cases are there by accident...but whatever... :wink:

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Original art - When Bill Peters had the art from the album painted he took the original and altered the colors, before presenting it to the band. They pretty much said "Wow, thats awesome" and that was set to be the art for the LP release. Later on, in early 86 the band saw the original, unaltered painting and decided that they'd rather use that...so they did. Thats what you see on all copies of "Tied..." today.

Iron ons - In late 1985 the band made a bunch of logo Iron-ons and gave them out to their friends. Below you can see a picture of Greg Perry wearing one of them at Suma Recording studios, recording Tied To The Trax.


Greg wearing one of the Iron-ons...
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Heres a picture of Bob, the guy who introduced them before their shows, wearing one of the iron-ons...
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Test Pressing (close up)
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Randy Gonce as "Batman" :D
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The Sentinel
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Post#49 » Wed Sep 05, 2007 7:40 pm

GREAT COLLECTIONS :D
Long Live The Loud !!!

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Post#50 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 1:42 pm

:D ok, guys I kinda lied, that are not all Sabbat records there,
exactly one is from another band in upper right corner 8)
but I consider it a part of it... I wouldn't buy it so easely if I wasn't such Sabbat fan...

...so if anyone can or know someone who have and it is willing to get
rid off Dreamweaver and Mourning tesstpressings , please help!!!!

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Post#51 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:34 pm

®O©O wrote::D ok, guys I kinda lied, that are not all Sabbat records there,
exactly one is from another band in upper right corner 8)
but I consider it a part of it... I wouldn't buy it so easely if I wasn't such Sabbat fan...

...so if anyone can or know someone who have and it is willing to get
rid off Dreamweaver and Mourning tesstpressings , please help!!!!
Sabbat collection is awesome. And the book kinda belongs to it.
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Post#52 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:38 pm

Noisenik wrote: Sabbat collection is awesome. And the book kinda belongs to it.
thanks,
book definitely.. but litlle EP below book? 8)

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Post#53 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:40 pm

... it must be the Hell 7'' :wink:

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Noisenik
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Post#54 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:43 pm

®O©O wrote:
Noisenik wrote: Sabbat collection is awesome. And the book kinda belongs to it.
thanks,
book definitely.. but litlle EP below book? 8)
To be honest I don't see that well. What is it?
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Post#55 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:46 pm

sovdat wrote:... it must be the Hell 7'' :wink:
Yes it is, hehe Sovdat knows...
... sure it belongs to this collection !

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Post#56 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:57 pm

®O©O are you a fan of Skyclad as well?

& where is the Godsend CD EP!???? :wink:

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Post#57 » Fri Sep 07, 2007 12:58 pm

Korgüll wrote:®O©O are you a fan of Skyclad as well?

& where is the Godsend CD EP!???? :wink:
I was big fan of Skyclad before Answer machine and have almost all from them,
but not such that I would collect almost all pressings over the world like Sabbat...

& I have that Godsend mcd, but I just don't like it, better to say hate it... :wink:

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Post#58 » Sat Sep 08, 2007 5:14 am

Did you ever read "Way of Wyrd"? I read it around the time Dreamweaver came out, I don't remember it anymore, is it any good, do you remember it?

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Post#59 » Sat Sep 08, 2007 6:23 am

I really love the Martin Sabbat, but why do you need multiple copies of the same record?
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Post#60 » Sat Sep 08, 2007 6:55 am

®O©O wrote:
Korgüll wrote:®O©O are you a fan of Skyclad as well?

& where is the Godsend CD EP!???? :wink:
I was big fan of Skyclad before Answer machine and have almost all from them,
but not such that I would collect almost all pressings over the world like Sabbat...

& I have that Godsend mcd, but I just don't like it, better to say hate it... :wink:
The Answer Machine? is actually one of my favourite Skyclad records. Great emotional atmospheric stuff.
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