Pinside Vinyl Club

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Pinside Vinyl Club


By Rascal_H

2 years ago



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#2251 11 months ago

Has any heard of Furhs & Frohling ?
Also know as SFF Schicke Furhs and Frohling From Germany on Brain records
100% virgin vinyl pressing dead quiet between tracks.

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#2252 11 months ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Raise your hand if you remember Mathew Southern Comfort.
It was a “cut out” at the time. I think they used floppy disc punches. (:

I can't raise my hand, but I remember floppy disc punches. Mine would take a square chunk out of your palm if you didn't use it on a flat surface. Didn't care, got to use the other side!

Those cutouts have an interesting part of the tale of when the mafia took over MCA Records though... ever follow that?

#2253 11 months ago
Quoted from emkay:

Those cutouts have an interesting part of the tale of when the mafia took over MCA Records though... ever follow that?

No but I will now.
I always punched the disc for that extra side!

#2254 10 months ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Raise your hand if you remember Mathew Southern Comfort.
It was a “cut out” at the time. I think they used floppy disc punches. (:

I would buy that in a heartbeat based on the cover and the label.

#2255 10 months ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Raise your hand if you remember Mathew Southern Comfort.
It was a “cut out” at the time. I think they used floppy disc punches. (:

I bought several Albums that were "cut outs" Kraftwerk's Autobahn was one of them.
I was told they were returns to the distributor.

#2256 10 months ago
Quoted from bob_e:

I bought several Albums that were "cut outs" Kraftwerk's Autobahn was one of them.
I was told they were returns to the distributor.

Local record-store owner (she's in her 80's now..) explained it to me -
Albums with the cut or slit are items unsold, returned to the distributor. They would get credit for returned albums that they could put towards OTHER albums (not a 1, of course! The original 'restocking fee'!) and these returned ones were marked, and then sold to discount stores.

#2257 10 months ago
Quoted from Coyote:

Local record-store owner (she's in her 80's now..) explained it to me -
Albums with the cut or slit are items unsold, returned to the distributor. They would get credit for returned albums that they could put towards OTHER albums (not a 1, of course! The original 'restocking fee'!) and these returned ones were marked, and then sold to discount stores.

More to the point, royalties were not paid to the artists on unsold (AKA cutouts) records. So when the mafia guys got control of MCA, they would make sure their jukeboxes were stocked up with cutouts to keep the cash flowing in the right direction. They already had complete control of the coin-op business as it was the perfect money laundering setup.

#2258 10 months ago
Quoted from emkay:

More to the point, royalties were not paid to the artists on unsold (AKA cutouts) records. So when the mafia guys got control of MCA, they would make sure their jukeboxes were stocked up with cutouts to keep the cash flowing in the right direction. They already had complete control of the coin-op business as it was the perfect money laundering setup.

OOh, good to know!

#2259 10 months ago
Quoted from emkay:

the perfect money laundering setup.

I thought Laundromats were the perfect setup....

#2260 10 months ago

Nada Surf - The Weight Is a Gift $11.99

This is their best album.

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amazon.com link »

#2261 10 months ago
Quoted from vid1900:

The only Crue album worth owning $10.
amazon.com link »

Thanks Vid, arrived today. Suffered with that .96 Amazon tax.

#2262 10 months ago
Quoted from Impzilla:

Thanks USPS dude, it is going to be a loud night now..

Seeing Suicidal in Vegas for Punk Rock Bowling in May, stoked, one of the few old punk bands I haven't seen before. Saw the Adolescents a few times, they were great!

#2263 10 months ago

Cali old school punk!

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#2264 10 months ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Thanks Vid, arrived today. Suffered with that .96 Amazon tax.

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#2265 10 months ago

Just felt like a little Pain and Pleasure for some reason. Must've been O-din's Priest thread

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#2266 10 months ago

LCD Soundsystem Sound Of Silver and Stone Roses S/T to start off the evening. Gonna be a good night.

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#2267 10 months ago
Quoted from Chisox:

LCD Soundsystem Sound Of Silver and Stone Roses S/T to start off the evening. Gonna be a good night.

Stone Roses... I could have sworn I read Rolling Stones.

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#2268 10 months ago

Lol that’s actually on deck.

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#2269 10 months ago

Great Gonzos!
It’s zee Wango zee Tango!
(If you ain’t swingin’ you’re dead)

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#2270 10 months ago

Slint - Spiderland $9.98

This is a super intense album, that influenced 100s of bands after them.

amazon.com link »

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#2271 10 months ago

I’ve been curious about Slint for some time. Listening right now. Quite the backstory.

#2272 10 months ago

It’s nice and loud! Get it.
(Plus it has a flipper on the cover)

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#2273 10 months ago

Happy Easter.. his mother named him Jesus Christ when he was born. 'nuff said.

#2274 10 months ago

Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats first album on white vinyl is down to $17.46 today.

amazon.com link »

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#2275 10 months ago

Great half-time music.

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#2276 10 months ago

Not a sports fan but we watched the game in the office because Villanova. There are a few upsides to working 2nd shift.

Bonus was finding this waiting for me:

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#2277 10 months ago

Sammy!

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#2278 10 months ago

Zawinul et al.

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#2279 10 months ago

Sammy was great!!
Loved watching he and Dean Martin go at it.

#2280 10 months ago
Quoted from emkay:

Not a sports fan but we watched the game in the office because Villanova. There are a few upsides to working 2nd shift.
Bonus was finding this waiting for me:

What model Pioneer reicever ?? SX-750 or 850

I have a SX-950 85 watts rms per channel
the kind i shook the windows with... my neighbors windows

#2281 10 months ago

What a wordsmith...
“Act like a dummy till you finally grind her..”

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#2282 10 months ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Sammy was great!!
Loved watching he and Dean Martin go at it.

I still enjoy watching the 70s varity shows.

#2283 10 months ago
Quoted from waldo34:

I still enjoy watching the 70s varity shows.

The Carson shows are timeless.

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#2284 10 months ago

Johnny never gets old. Love busting out a different Johnny.

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#2285 10 months ago
Quoted from bob_e:

What model Pioneer reicever ?? SX-750 or 850
I have a SX-950 85 watts rms per channel
the kind i shook the windows with... my neighbors windows

Close, SX-780. Black meters instead of silver, not much else different.

#2286 10 months ago

The great Iron Butterfly.
They say fashions come back around..
I hope not.

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#2287 10 months ago

I just started selling my entire collection on late 90's indie/ punk / emo and hardcore 7" records on eBay to finance pinball. Adding around 5 records a night. Have over a 100 to list.
ebay.com link

#2288 10 months ago
Quoted from luckycreature:

I just started selling my entire collection on late 90's indie/ punk / emo and hardcore 7" records on eBay to finance pinball. Adding around 5 records a night. Have over a 100 to list.
ebay.com link

Head across the mountain to Sevierville and find a great buy at Auction Game Sales.

#2289 10 months ago

Today's soundtrack!

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#2290 10 months ago

New arrival stormin' my speakers!

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#2291 10 months ago

Gonna be a long night.

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#2292 10 months ago
Quoted from emkay:

Gonna be a long night.

Yes! Same color vinyl. (:

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#2293 10 months ago

Haven't had time to spin anything for way too long.

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#2294 10 months ago

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#2295 10 months ago

I hadn’t known till recent that Pete Townsend produced the album (even though it’s printed on the album) and played bass... one of my favorite songs.

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#2296 10 months ago

Continue the Sat playlist theme..

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#2297 10 months ago

A Hot Tuna devotee..

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#2298 10 months ago

delete

#2299 10 months ago

Ok, switch it up a little. Some 1950 Cole Porter...

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#2300 10 months ago

Kinda jumping around a little with some latest scores...

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