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Post#3451 » Fri Jun 26, 2009 4:58 am

Khnud wrote:I must admit I don't own the encyclopedia. :oops:
What??!! You don't own THE bible
Shame on you young man....




Oh I almost forgot…Hippie!
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Post#3452 » Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:36 am

ARC wrote:
Khnud wrote:I must admit I don't own the encyclopedia. :oops:
What??!! You don't own THE bible
Shame on you young man....




Oh I almost forgot…Hippie!
I know, I know... But that darn book is almost impossible to get hold of these days (at least in Sweden), and I just started collecting nwobhm about a year ago.

And regarding that hippie thing: Are you still cranky about the comparison between Mike Oldfield solos and the solo from War of the Ring? ;)

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Post#3453 » Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:47 pm

Today:

Laaz Rockit - Annihilation Principle
Dark Angel - Leave Scars
End Amen - Your Last Orison
Slayer - Reign in Blood (replacing the reissue)
Slayer - South of Heaven (replacing the reissue)
(THANKS FERDY!)

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Morbid Angel - Altars of Madness (replacing the reissue)
Mekong Delta - Dances of Death (replacing the version I sold when I needed some money)
Obituary - Cause of Death

And, FINALLY: Slayer - Soundtrack to the Apocalypse BOX w/ 4 CDs (1 in bloodpack), DVD, flag, backstage pass and one hell of a booklet. :)

Anyone knows how many of those were made?

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Levi
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Post#3454 » Sat Jun 27, 2009 1:06 pm

I was in Scotland for a week, biking from Fort William to Inverness (the Great Glen Way) and a few days in Edinburgh. I couldn't believe what I found in a record store in Inverness, a small city in the north of the Highlands:

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A Belgian rarity (never even seen one in Belgium), for 5 GBP in unplayed condition 8)

God, I love those moments you find something well under the market price and in a place where you wouldn't expect it to turn up. Waaaaay cooler than just buying an album from a dealer.

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Post#3455 » Sat Jun 27, 2009 1:13 pm

sovdat wrote: And, FINALLY: Slayer - Soundtrack to the Apocalypse BOX w/ 4 CDs (1 in bloodpack), DVD, flag, backstage pass and one hell of a booklet. :)

Anyone knows how many of those were made?
666 I think...
now is the madness in hell
we're eat babies flesh
and suck the mothers blood next
we're perverse devils well

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Post#3456 » Sat Jun 27, 2009 1:15 pm

today came Northwind : Mythology LP ! Finally!
now is the madness in hell
we're eat babies flesh
and suck the mothers blood next
we're perverse devils well

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Post#3457 » Sat Jun 27, 2009 4:25 pm

Levi wrote:I was in Scotland for a week, biking from Fort William to Inverness (the Great Glen Way) and a few days in Edinburgh. I couldn't believe what I found in a record store in Inverness, a small city in the north of the Highlands:

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A Belgian rarity (never even seen one in Belgium), for 5 GBP in unplayed condition 8)

God, I love those moments you find something well under the market price and in a place where you wouldn't expect it to turn up. Waaaaay cooler than just buying an album from a dealer.
Congratz! Yes, I sure know that feeling. Unbeatable.
Veterans of the Various-Wars - New Corroseum compilations-compilation series!

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Post#3458 » Sat Jun 27, 2009 8:20 pm

The Knell wrote:
sovdat wrote: And, FINALLY: Slayer - Soundtrack to the Apocalypse BOX w/ 4 CDs (1 in bloodpack), DVD, flag, backstage pass and one hell of a booklet. :)

Anyone knows how many of those were made?
666 I think...
No, waaaay more than that.
Why are a wise man & a wise guy opposites?

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Post#3459 » Sun Jun 28, 2009 1:53 am

Finally!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After years of waiting!!!!:shock:
yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yes!!!!!!!!! yes!!!!!!!

today I bought from an old guy one of the gems of the latin american singles :lol:

Cuero y Metal - La venganza 7" single (with original sleeve) from 1986 from Oaxaca Mexico and for alot less that I would espect to pay for it. Great score!!!! :twisted:
Heavy Metal is the LAW!!!!

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Post#3460 » Sun Jun 28, 2009 4:53 am

MexicanMetaler666 wrote: Cuero y Metal - La venganza 7" single (with original sleeve) from 1986 from Oaxaca Mexico and for alot less that I would espect to pay for it. Great score!!!! :twisted:
Congratulations! Killer piece of mexican steel.
Good against Evil, Evil sure to win

"It really didn't matter if they liked it or not, i was going to give it to them straight down their throats" -John Stewart

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Post#3461 » Sun Jun 28, 2009 8:43 am

Korgüll wrote:
The Knell wrote:
sovdat wrote: And, FINALLY: Slayer - Soundtrack to the Apocalypse BOX w/ 4 CDs (1 in bloodpack), DVD, flag, backstage pass and one hell of a booklet. :)

Anyone knows how many of those were made?
666 I think...
No, waaaay more than that.
then it's the box limited to 1500 copies.
But there was also a slayer box limited to 666 for sure

I got today Törr: Kladivo/kult Ohne 7". Now I own all three versions
now is the madness in hell
we're eat babies flesh
and suck the mothers blood next
we're perverse devils well

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Post#3462 » Sun Jun 28, 2009 7:34 pm

Levi wrote:I was in Scotland for a week, biking from Fort William to Inverness (the Great Glen Way) and a few days in Edinburgh. I couldn't believe what I found in a record store in Inverness, a small city in the north of the Highlands:

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A Belgian rarity (never even seen one in Belgium), for 5 GBP in unplayed condition 8)

God, I love those moments you find something well under the market price and in a place where you wouldn't expect it to turn up. Waaaaay cooler than just buying an album from a dealer.
Fuck, that's a hell of a score ...
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Post#3463 » Sun Jun 28, 2009 7:44 pm

And a very decent album I must say, after several listens. It's described as Melodic HM, but to me this is pure HM with some Melodic hints but even more great riffs, dual guitars, unforgettable chrorusses and a bit of a rough voice (with accent off course ;). So not too melodic to spoil it all. And no overwhelming keyboards either 8)

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Post#3464 » Mon Jun 29, 2009 1:52 am

The Knell wrote:
Korgüll wrote:
The Knell wrote: 666 I think...
No, waaaay more than that.
then it's the box limited to 1500 copies.
But there was also a slayer box limited to 666 for sure

I got today Törr: Kladivo/kult Ohne 7". Now I own all three versions
I was thinking about several thousand copies, it's still fairy easy to obtain (just not for less than 50€). The 3CD/DVD version was apparently limited to 3000.

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Post#3465 » Mon Jun 29, 2009 8:12 am

sovdat wrote:
The Knell wrote:
Korgüll wrote: No, waaaay more than that.
then it's the box limited to 1500 copies.
But there was also a slayer box limited to 666 for sure

I got today Törr: Kladivo/kult Ohne 7". Now I own all three versions
I was thinking about several thousand copies, it's still fairy easy to obtain (just not for less than 50€). The 3CD/DVD version was apparently limited to 3000.
really? Well I could swear there was one limited to 1500 and one limited to 666.
now is the madness in hell
we're eat babies flesh
and suck the mothers blood next
we're perverse devils well

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