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Post#1276 » Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:50 pm

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doomedplanet wrote:Anyone know where this came from? Seems kind of foolish to get something like that from Argentina...

http://cgi.ebay.com/Stormchild-Big-Dais ... 414b60042a
It seems that Argentinan guys who made some black/death bootlegs some years ago (Morbid, Goatvulva, Mayhem) is moving to other level (Metallica, Slayer etc etc). These have been sold during last 6 months for ridiculous prices (many times supposedly limited to 10pcs). And it started off with bootleg tapes years ago.
Didn't know there's a Goatvulva boot. Never saw one so I guess it's rare as hell.
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Post#1277 » Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:50 pm

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AndyWhite wrote:Please, somebody must be sitting on a lot of info on this:

Epitaph - Tranquillity (World Fluid Records -92).

There's nothing written about them on the net. In Swedish HR & HM enc. the information only states the most basic like members and stuff. I wanna know how many ex there is and something about the label. I bet something is written about it in Ekeroth's [/i]Swedish Death Metal. I don't have access to that book...yet.

Sorry for repeating
in Ekeroth's book there are 2 EPITAPHs mentioned but both seem to be different bands as their discographies do not include that record..
That Epitaph is a Thrash Metal band and the other two play Death Metal.
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Post#1278 » Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:20 pm

Crush - Kingdom of the Kings

Does it come with a lyric sheet or not?

A friend of mine bought the record as soon as it was released, hot off the presses. His copy, which btw i *ahem* borrowed, has no lyrics sheet.

However, the copy I got a couple of weeks ago, actually has one.

My friend does not usually take good care of his records, so he might have lost it (he doesn't remember), especially when it comes to an album he is not that much into.
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Post#1279 » Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:25 pm

N.W.O.O.F.G.M. wrote:Crush - Kindom of the Kings

Does it come with a lyric sheet or not?

A friend of mine bought the record as soon as it was released, hot off the presses. His copy, which btw i *ahem* borrowed, has no lyrics sheet.

However, the copy I got a couple of weeks ago, actually has one.

My friend does not usually take good care of his records, so he might have lost it (he doesn't remember), especially when it comes to an album he is not that much into.
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Post#1280 » Mon Dec 14, 2009 4:48 pm

Avenger wrote:
sagrotan wrote:
AndyWhite wrote:Please, somebody must be sitting on a lot of info on this:

Epitaph - Tranquillity (World Fluid Records -92).

There's nothing written about them on the net. In Swedish HR & HM enc. the information only states the most basic like members and stuff. I wanna know how many ex there is and something about the label. I bet something is written about it in Ekeroth's [/i]Swedish Death Metal. I don't have access to that book...yet.

Sorry for repeating
in Ekeroth's book there are 2 EPITAPHs mentioned but both seem to be different bands as their discographies do not include that record..
That Epitaph is a Thrash Metal band and the other two play Death Metal.
Yes, Epitaph is a swedish Thrash band. It's a good album and therefore strange it's not more known. Thanks anyway!

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Post#1281 » Mon Dec 14, 2009 6:45 pm

The argentinian guy who did the Goatvulva told me it was another guy from there. I might get some copies for a reasonable price if there is interest

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Post#1282 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 2:02 am

I've never heard any of Mania's 'No Lullabies' LP, what is it like/comparable to?
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Post#1283 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 6:36 am

doomedplanet wrote:Anyone know where this came from? Seems kind of foolish to get something like that from Argentina...

http://cgi.ebay.com/Stormchild-Big-Dais ... 414b60042a
An original copy of this went on ebay a couple months ago for over $3000!

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Post#1284 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 6:42 am

Seeing I'm here anyway anyone have a copy, seen a copy, have a rip of it, anything, help end the search http://www.popsike.com/JAMIE-LEE-SAINT- ... 85092.html

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Post#1285 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 10:43 pm

Which of these 2 pressings is the first one or, if neither, which is earlier?

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Post#1286 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 7:35 am

How common Mephisto (GER) - Mephisto LP exactly is? I've seen their second album several times but never the debut. I recently heard it and it's perfect teutonic power/speed and I need the originals.
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Post#1287 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 10:35 am

The Erlking wrote:How common Mephisto (GER) - Mephisto LP exactly is? I've seen their second album several times but never the debut. I recently heard it and it's perfect teutonic power/speed and I need the originals.
I think I've seen the debut mini more often than the LP. It's relatively common and shouldn't cost you more than €20 tops. It's a good one, but not "Teuotonic" enough for Teutonic Metal imo..
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Post#1288 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 10:37 am

DaN wrote:
The Erlking wrote:How common Mephisto (GER) - Mephisto LP exactly is? I've seen their second album several times but never the debut. I recently heard it and it's perfect teutonic power/speed and I need the originals.
I think I've seen the debut mini more often than the LP. It's relatively common and shouldn't cost you more than €20 tops. It's a good one, but not "Teuotonic" enough for Teutonic Metal imo..
both mephisto are so fucking great! period!

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Post#1289 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 10:48 am

DaN wrote:It's a good one, but not "Teuotonic" enough for Teutonic Metal imo..
Well the vocalist sounded at times almost like John Arch and the music had slight US vibe but to me some choruses sounded similar to early Helloween and the like. My opinion's based on just one listening how ever so it might rub me different way next time. Anyway I'm going to keep my eyes open for this one.
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Post#1290 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 10:50 am

The Erlking wrote:
DaN wrote:It's a good one, but not "Teuotonic" enough for Teutonic Metal imo..
Well the vocalist sounded at times almost like John Arch and the music had slight US vibe but to me some choruses sounded similar to early Helloween and the like. My opinion's based on just one listening how ever so it might rub me different way next time. Anyway I'm going to keep my eyes open for this one.
what i would have written if my english was better. yes, i think they're more US sounding than german.

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