"Collector Porn" - Vinyl, Tapes & Merch (2013)

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Post#286 » Sun Sep 15, 2013 4:49 pm

I also care about the music, if I don't like an album my desire to own it is much much lower.
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Post#287 » Mon Sep 16, 2013 5:29 pm

Exclude me too I never learned that lesson. I've had a couple of chances to buy Exterminator over the years and I passed each time, it didn't feel that rare to me compared to other stuff that wasn't crap.
Prowler wrote: Nee, the first thing I learned from Corroseum is that music comes not first. lol
It comes maybe on 3rd or 4th place. First comes grade of rarity (and Exterminator is surely one of the rarest), then condition of cover and record, then artwork and then comes the music. :wink:
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Post#288 » Tue Sep 17, 2013 7:38 am

doomedplanet wrote:Exclude me too I never learned that lesson. I've had a couple of chances to buy Exterminator over the years and I passed each time, it didn't feel that rare to me compared to other stuff that wasn't crap.
Same here in general, not particulary focussed on Exterminator itself. There are 2 pressings of Exterminator available. The original has slightly different cover, the re-press was made much later and is easier to find. The original 80's press starts at 200-300 $ + up to 500 $. Sure musically it's not a revelation but for it's time it was extreme stuff and much "better" than Pharaons from Madagascar. :wink:
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Post#289 » Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:35 am

Prowler wrote: The original 80's press starts at 200-300 $ + up to 500 $.
It does? I thought something like 100€ tops...

I love both Pharaons and Exterminator... :lol: I'd really like to the original MC version of Evil World or the earlier 12-track demo.
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Post#290 » Tue Sep 17, 2013 5:18 pm

Yes of course I know of the bootleg too, it was on a mailorder catalog from Brasil I used to get all the time for $7 or $10 wholesale if I remember right. Got sent one for free then and gave it away too.
Prowler wrote: Same here in general, not particulary focussed on Exterminator itself. There are 2 pressings of Exterminator available. The original has slightly different cover, the re-press was made much later and is easier to find. The original 80's press starts at 200-300 $ + up to 500 $. Sure musically it's not a revelation but for it's time it was extreme stuff and much "better" than Pharaons from Madagascar. :wink:
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Post#291 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 5:55 pm

Hm ... I wasn't aware that I got so many brazilian vinyls, though a hell of stuff still missing. Mainly focussed on Thrash and Death Metal.

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Post#292 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 6:05 pm

Dirty Rocker wrote: Image
On the right side in the middle of the stored records, ist that a Triarchy "Metal messiah" EP? Was it released with a PS??? Not even the NWOBHM Encyclopedia lists this with cover, just rumors told a small number should have a cover but not even guys associated with the band did confirm that. I know the pic from the internet and added it as "cover" to my non-PS 7". Did you buy it with real PS?
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Post#293 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:40 pm

How's the Patrulha '85 LP? Looks cool...
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Post#294 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 9:39 pm

Nobody has the Mind Slave LP? :shock:
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Post#295 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:13 am

Prowler wrote:Hm ... I wasn't aware that I got so many brazilian vinyls
This sentence amazes me.
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Post#296 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:04 pm

The Knell wrote:How's the Patrulha '85 LP? Looks cool...
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal, I think it's their heaviest record. The band is called Patrulha Do Espaco btw. On this MLP there's Pappo of Riff on guitars.
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Post#297 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:09 pm

Ernest Thesiger wrote:
Prowler wrote:Hm ... I wasn't aware that I got so many brazilian vinyls
This sentence amazes me.
The records are stored in alphabetical order first and then in countries. I know some guys do store them by country first. So I never saw all my brazilian vinyls on one pile yet in other words, just one here and one there while searching for other stuff. Unfortunately there's almost a full A4 page with other brazilian records missing, so that country has produced together with Argentina quite a hell of Metal records down there compared to other south american countries.
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Post#298 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:09 pm

Prowler wrote:
The Knell wrote:How's the Patrulha '85 LP? Looks cool...
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal, I think it's their heaviest record. The band is called Patrulha Do Espaco btw. On this MLP there's Pappo of Riff on guitars.
Ah, this I did not expect tbh. Looked more like a Thrash/Speed affair to me.
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Post#299 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:52 pm

It is a good record though.
The Knell wrote: Ah, this I did not expect tbh. Looked more like a Thrash/Speed affair to me.
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Post#300 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:13 pm

Prowler wrote:
Dirty Rocker wrote: Image
On the right side in the middle of the stored records, ist that a Triarchy "Metal messiah" EP? Was it released with a PS??? Not even the NWOBHM Encyclopedia lists this with cover, just rumors told a small number should have a cover but not even guys associated with the band did confirm that. I know the pic from the internet and added it as "cover" to my non-PS 7". Did you buy it with real PS?
Yes that's the one. My copy is most likely a photocopy stapled onto the regular white sleeve. The band said it never came with a PS, so this is probably a poster/flyer or something someone custom made like a sleeve. Not sure though! All I know is that it's a great single and that I need save the Kahn 7" ! ; )
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