I think most releases were sort of crossover'y, which is why I've written them off in the past and haven't bothered with the comps either. Another "maybe", maybe..lunaboy wrote:MOMENTOS TRASHICOS from Spain . 7 Releases .
The Corroseum wrote:If any label could be considered "Kings of the bargain-bins" it's Raw Power ...but they're mostly Metal, lots of HR and technically all exclusive releases so there's no escape.
I started a Night Gallery-page many years ago, and then discovered they're only about 50% Metal/HR and 50% synth/new wave etc so they're kinda low priority atm ...but I'm still finding the odd label here & there to add, so I know the page isn't quite complete yet.lunaboy wrote: ↑Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:33 amNIGHT GALLERY from Japan seems to fit the bill here ( More than 6 vinyls from diferent bands )
https://www.metal-archives.com/labels/N ... llery/2229
...speaking of which, can anyone set me up with a hi-res scan of the logo of the small German label Tombstone Records? (Tortoise Corpse, Dementia, Darklin Reach etc..)
If no one else will and you have enough patience, I may try.
No Helloween vinyls? Some also will argue for Dickinson's Accident Of Birth.
Cover, insert, label.. whatever is larger. Note that the resolution needs to be really high, like 600dpi. Give it a tryNoisenik wrote: ↑Mon Oct 14, 2019 6:43 pmIf no one else will and you have enough patience, I may try.
and erm, I guess you need logo from vinyl cover ...?
It's tempting to include the 2nd generation of RP releases since there's some classic bands and rare vinyl releases included, but on the other hand the overall theme of the Labels-section (and the site as a whole) is 80's Metal, so... "Consistency" is my fave excuse for lazynessGulliverFoyle wrote: ↑Tue Oct 15, 2019 2:45 amNo Helloween vinyls? Some also will argue for Dickinson's Accident Of Birth.
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