Sure, only if stored not properly. If you buy first hand from a collector then it's mostly pristine. Many are of course warehouse finds, don't like to take that risk either and prefer to buy opened/seldom played records.Prowler wrote:The real shit is that the sealed records are not seldom slightly or extremely warped after 30 years being shrinked.
Nah, Avenger is just a white little sheep compared to me. When I really unlock the hand break there's hell breaking loose. I was still gentle until now.Priamos wrote: Ha,ha...The first one is decent and reasonable claim and I will respect it.
But don't flatter yourself. Avenger was the real Antichrist
Selling your house for records? I'd say that's a pretty bad idea...
Yeah.Especialy IF big stock of these TORA ORPHANS will be found one day and price will drop suddenlyKhnud wrote:Selling your house for records? I'd say that's a pretty bad idea...
You should contact Glockose first as he prohably has a copy of the 7" left and is maybe interested in a house part in Peru. The advantage for you would be you can listen the records first and prohably get a cheaper price ...
The same as John did in his Prezence 7" listing...Khnud wrote:Regardless, I think it's a pity that the clip linked in the Tora Orphan auction is the merely ok side and not the absolutely stellar "Don't stand in my way". Easily one of the best metal songs out of the US released on 7'' format.
The ultimate proof that rarity > greatness.perishinflames wrote:http://www.ebay.com/itm/121287162903
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I wanted to post this too with the serious question, who are these psychos who place a bid on such stuff? I see the greatest german indie vinyls for lowest prices daily on ebay with noone who places any bid and that SHIT is at 127 $ with even a soundclip posted. Does it get even worse than Wheelz of Steel? Even Dark Ages MLP is better than this and they belong to the worst Metal bands on the whole planet ...perishinflames wrote:http://www.ebay.com/itm/121287162903
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