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Swedmetal is offering a new live cd/dvd package from Innocent Rosie. It is supposed to be a limited edition...

 

http://www.swedmetal.com/prodDetails.aspx?prodID=16329

 

Also lots of cd's are on sale through Swedmetal.....anf if the checkout page is not working, e-mail them directly with your want list and they'll send you an invoice through paypal.

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I heard it was limited to 25 packages.....but who can tell :)

I received my first package this week with about 20 cd's, I'm waiting for my second package now with the Innocent Rosie stuff.

 

 

 

Apparently the package with signed photo, patches /pins, +cd and dvd is limited to only 20. Dvd and cd will ofcourse be availalbe in much larger quantities than that.

 

I ordered the package the other day when I ordered a heap of other stuff from their sale.

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Here's what I got:

 

Extreme: best of

Easy action

Innocent Rosie

The Almighty

XXX

Bai Bang

Funny Money

American Heartbreak

Babylon AD

Nasty Idols several cd's

Jetboy

Glorious Bankrobbers cd + dvd

The 69 Eyes

Crazy Lixx Japanese version

Roxx Gang

Cherry Lips

Syanide Kick

 

That's it.....

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  • 3 weeks later...

I received mine pretty quickly, but they forgot to include a Hardcore Superstar cd......I mentioned it to them but haven't heard from them since....

 

Hopefully your copy is somewhere delayed in the mail...

 

Still waiting for mine in the mail!
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