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No CD's, only vintage VHS Porn.

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3 hours ago, Thomas/Coastline said:

No CD's, only vintage VHS Porn.

Hell yes I got my collection up to snuff, and I've slowly been getting my favorites on DVD, my neighbor was telling me the other day back in the day, it was like $500 to buy a new VHS porno, Jesus Christ, now I know why everyone just bought a C-Band and pirated American Xxxstacy, I've got loads of tapes thru the years of this channels lineup, as long as I've got Taboo and Behind The Green Door I've got the classics

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8 hours ago, Doggy said:

If you don't mine asking how much you paid for Red Dawn ?

$16 US incl. postage but I think it might be a Russian release so will have to wait and see when it arrives.

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14 hours ago, auslander said:

$16 US incl. postage but I think it might be a Russian release so will have to wait and see when it arrives.

David ( Keyboardist ) was selling from his website.

If it's label Nocturnal Productions Inc, it's a bootleg.

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5 minutes ago, Doggy said:

David ( Keyboardist ) was selling from his website.

If it's label Nocturnal Productions Inc, it's a bootleg.

Yeah that's the one. Oh well, hopefully it is a good quality bootleg as I wasn't going to pay $100 for a "genuine" release!

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2 hours ago, Stefan said:

At last I got the new Smash Into Pieces album.

 

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Yeah mine came last week :) its good but not as instant/good as Arcadia..still a good disc..if a little on the short side run wise.

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Mad Anthony - Party Heaven Hell Whatever!

Rings Of Saturn - s/t

Lost Johnny - Hidden Measures...And 1/2 Truths

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Lee Aaron - The Lee Aaron Project (Remaster)  Signed

Lee Aaron - Metal Queen (Remaster) Signed

Michael Kratz - TAFKATNO

Uriah Heep - Choices (Box)

Malice - License The Kill (Rock Candy)

Saga - The Beginners Guide To Throwing Shapes (2021 Remaster)

Saga - The Security Of Illusion (2021 Remaster)

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Cheap Trick-The Epic Archive Vol.I(1975-1979)

Godsmack-IV

Jethro Tull-Roots To Branches

Kiss-Music From The Elder

LA Guns-American Hardcore

Lynyrd Skynyrd-Christmas Time Again

Queens of the Stone Age-Rated R

Sports Rock-Compilation

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Captain of the Lost Waves - Hidden Gems vol.1

Captain of the Lost Waves - Hidden Gems vol.2

Ozric Tentacles - Space for Earth (The Tour That Didn't Happen) 2CD

Yes - The Quest (deluxe 2LP/2CD/Blu Ray and various bits n bobs)

 

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Poison - Native Tongue

Spiritualized - The Complete Works Vol 2

Princess Pang - Princess Pang 

Tori Amos - Tales of a Librarian 

Whitesnake - Restless Heart (Japanese Edition)

Don Patrol - A Wire, A Deal and The Devil

Hypnosis 69 - Legacy

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1 hour ago, nyoilers said:

Is this any good ? 

Hard to imagine them with Chris Squires

Going to give it a listen tonight - I was quite chuffed actually - I bought it from Burning Shed and it came with the usual Burning Shed label stuff like coasters, cards and fridge magnet but one of the cards of was signed by Steve Howe, I didn't realise for a few hours until I was just checking over the stuff again. Checked the site and apparently the first 250 orders there came with the signed card. 

I was almost poised to list the album as Yes/World Trade.

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On 10/1/2021 at 6:20 PM, Nick C said:

Going to give it a listen tonight - I was quite chuffed actually - I bought it from Burning Shed and it came with the usual Burning Shed label stuff like coasters, cards and fridge magnet but one of the cards of was signed by Steve Howe, I didn't realise for a few hours until I was just checking over the stuff again. Checked the site and apparently the first 250 orders there came with the signed card. 

I was almost poised to list the album as Yes/World Trade.

Note: changed the below a bit after playing it another couple of times since what was originally written  (during the old night shift).

 

Well just played it through twice and all I can say is "it's nice" - polite even.

That's the best I can do, it's more consistent than Heaven and Earth and more focused. Steve Howe's playing is tasteful. Billy Sherwood as ever pretty good but I can't listen to him without thinking of World Trade or Circa. Geoff Downes - apart from a few flourishes here and there mainly all he adds is "colour washes" in the background . Jon Davison sounds a bit more confident - but crikey he's been in the band what is it 10 years and he still sounds like he's STILL  finding his feet sometimes. The songs on the main are okay - but nothing really grabs you - Ice Bridge is goodo and I quite like Dare to Know but then next thing I know the album is finished .... it's played through and nothing has made me go "Wow!" one song runs into another.

The extra disc - well a bit of a waste - all these could have fitted on the main disc but I assume they wanted them separate from the main album - for good reason, Sister Sleeping Soul is ok but Mystery Tour has the worst contrived lyrics I have ever heard on any song,  if you are going to do a tribute song to The Beatles  at least make it less crass - the Barclay James Harvest song Titles shows how it should be done. Damaged World misses the mark it feels a bit awkward.

So there you go -it's  an okay album  and this is from a Yes fan so I might be biased and overrating it - in parts it reminds me of other bands and as a friend on another forum said Yes should only sound like Yes they shouldn't remind you of other bands. There's just nothing on there that makes me want to go immediately back and play it again, but it is an album I will play again if that makes sense. The last song from Yes that made me  do that was "Words on a Page" from the "From a Page"  box which is great -  Benoit David was booted out  - at least Benoit would have given the band  a different sound , he had strong vocals - plus the playing of Olly Wakeman on that mini album gave it further character compared to Geoff Downes at times, bland washes.

But Yes - an okay album, far from a disaster, like I say a nice album  - a small step in the right direction but still a feel of treading water and a feel that maybe they have forgotten who they are - or maybe not who they are but their vision - maybe this is them now - maybe they will continue ad-infinitum with different members and eventually do something as bombastic and head turning as they have in the past  - who knows but it certainly isn't here.

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20 hours ago, Nick C said:

Well just played it through twice and all I can say is "it's nice" - polite even.

I have the Yes release Live 50 and wasn't too thrilled with Jon Davison on vocals.

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Heh! I went a bit overboard with the answer to the question - I should have just said it's okay, certainly better than Heaven & Earth.

 

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Yes - The Quest 2 CD

KK's Priest - Sermons Of The Sinner

Kix - Blow My Fuse (Rock Candy)

Kix - Midnite Dynmite (Rock Candy)

Malice - In The Beginning (Rock Candy)

Stone Fury - Burns Like a Star  (Rock Candy)

Steve Jones - Mercy  (Rock Candy)

Steve Jones - Fire And Gasoline  (Rock Candy)

Fish - Suits (Remaster)  3 CD

Fish - Songs From The  Mirror (Remaster)  2CD/DVD

Fish - Sunsets On Empire  (Remaster)  3 CD

Fish - Raingods With Zippos (Remaster)  3 CD

Fish - Fellini Days (Remaster)  3 CD

Fish - Field Of Crows (Remaster)  3 CD

Fish - Farewell To Childhood : Live In Europe 2015-2016  2 CD/ DVD

 

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