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pentagramophone
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Post#16 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 10:47 am

Azaras wrote:
pentagramophone wrote:Traitors Gate 12"EP ended up in my possession recently but otherwise I've just been picking up those great recent releases like Tyrant, Stormqueen and High Treason
Recent? :shock:
I do consider Tyrant - "Anthology/Days at the farm" LP, Stormqueen - "Come Silent the World" LP and High Treason - "Radio Will Find Me" LP+7" recent releases. Granted, some of them can be already three months old...
Lindell wrote:High treason - S/T cd
Is there a CD out by the UK Stormqueen?

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Post#17 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 11:44 am

I don't think so. I meant the High treason cd!

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Post#18 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 11:47 am

But I think that one was released like a year ago or so, so maybe it's not to be seen as a "recent" release.

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Post#19 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 10:05 pm

I just got the Profanatica discography DLP that Hells Headbangers did. Good release.

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Post#20 » Wed Aug 02, 2006 2:35 am

Pentagrammaphone wrote:I do consider Tyrant - "Anthology/Days at the farm" LP, Stormqueen - "Come Silent the World" LP and High Treason - "Radio Will Find Me" LP+7" recent releases. Granted, some of them can be already three months old...
Oh, great! I wasn't arguing they weren't recent, I was just surprised these long-dead bands had issued something new... Thank you for the heads-up.

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mordred
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Post#21 » Thu Aug 03, 2006 2:00 pm

I just snatched a mint copy of the Pokolgép 7" on eBat. 50 dollars, but it's a darn cool single. One of the few foreign ones I really needed.
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Post#22 » Thu Aug 03, 2006 2:04 pm

That 7" is brilliant! I have some Pokolgép demos recorded 1982-1984 if you are interested in cd-r or cassette trading...

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Post#23 » Thu Aug 03, 2006 2:54 pm

Lindell wrote:That 7" is brilliant! I have some Pokolgép demos recorded 1982-1984 if you are interested in cd-r or cassette trading...
Absolutely, sounds like something I got to hear. I got a box full of demos and assorted recordings on cdr, mostly swedish 80's stuff. Should we exchange trade lists?
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Post#24 » Fri Aug 04, 2006 2:12 am

Don't know if you guys like 'em but, I finally got a copy of "Satori" by Flower Travellin' Band on vinyl!!! A brilliant album.... too bad the rest of their stuff doesn't follow through :(

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Post#25 » Fri Aug 04, 2006 5:33 pm

Lindell wrote:That 7" is brilliant! I have some Pokolgép demos recorded 1982-1984 if you are interested in cd-r or cassette trading...
And can a copy of these reach my hands as well? Trading of course

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Post#26 » Fri Aug 04, 2006 9:59 pm

Mordred:
Would you trade that POKOLGEP 7" for a rare Swedish one, should I come up w/ something interesting?
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Post#27 » Sat Aug 05, 2006 9:39 am

DaN wrote:Mordred:
Would you trade that POKOLGEP 7" for a rare Swedish one, should I come up w/ something interesting?
I would probably trade it for SCRATCH or SACRIFICE, but aside of that, I would hold on to it. As I said, it was one of only a handful of foreign singles I really wanted.
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Post#28 » Sun Aug 06, 2006 12:24 am

I would probably trade it for SCRATCH or SACRIFICE, but aside of that, I would hold on to it. As I said, it was one of only a handful of foreign singles I really wanted.
OK, will extend my search for those gems to double copies then :lol:

Today I made a joyful return to one of my better, top-secret metallic waterholes and picked up the following:

JAG PANZER - ample destruction (Finally I got the original for a decent price! "Under the knife!...")
MARTYR - darkness at times edge (Excellent! Gotta find the MLP now. Anyone up for a quick trade?)
HOCCULTA - back in the dark (Good shit. Better than the older lp I heard ages ago + with a heavy Angel Witch influence)
FROZEN EYES - s/t (One of the rarest Swedish metal lps ever. NEVER saw this one offered before)

...for about 6€ each :D + I got another 10 killer albums to pic up from the same place next week.

I've also traded myself some extremely rare stuff that will turn up reviewed in the next few weeks. Just U wait, he he...
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Post#29 » Mon Aug 07, 2006 6:48 pm

DaN wrote:JAG PANZER - ample destruction (Finally I got the original for a decent price! "Under the knife!...")
MARTYR - darkness at times edge (Excellent! Gotta find the MLP now. Anyone up for a quick trade?)
HOCCULTA - back in the dark (Good shit. Better than the older lp I heard ages ago + with a heavy Angel Witch influence)
FROZEN EYES - s/t (One of the rarest Swedish metal lps ever. NEVER saw this one offered before)

...for about 6€ each :D + I got another 10 killer albums to pic up from the same place next week.
Gaaah, I really need that Martyr album! What record shops do you visit in Stockholm anyway? I made a round in my usual stores the other week and found absolutely nothing of interest. I won't be coming here for another few months now so you might as well tell me what stores to visit... :)

BTW I have the Martyr - For the Universe MLP, to me it seems like it's a lot easier to find than Darkness... ?
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Post#30 » Wed Aug 09, 2006 2:28 pm

Picked up the last batch of LPs from that 'secret place' today:

BANZAI - duro y potente
NASTY SAVAGE - abstract reality
ATTACK - destinies of war
TALON - never look back
VIOLENT FORCE - malevolent assault of tomorrow
NOISEHUNTER - spell of noise
BLOODY SIX - in the name of blood
BLACK ANGELS - hellmachine
FISC - tracker
EVO - animal de ciudad

A few of them I've never heard before, so I'm heading towards an interresting afternoon. Feedback will follow.

Mord:
Just so you know, these and the 4 previously mentioned were not from a Sthlm store.
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