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8 hours ago, Leykis101 said:

I never saw that purple cover before the internet, it's not the cover of the cd they were selling and signing at their show, it's not the cover of the pre-release promo they sent the to radio stations and distributors, and it's not the cover that was released to Media Play, Circuit City, CD Shops etc through the distributors and one stops, im puzzled.

 

6 sellers on Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/5579445?ev=rb

It seems to be the very first pressing in limited quantities, probably some promo stuff. 

The 1997 version's cat# is 003A while the 1998 version is 003B.

I don't know the story behind this one.

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Just now, Stefan said:

 

6 sellers on Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/5579445?ev=rb

It seems to be the very first pressing in limited quantities, probably some promo stuff. 

The 1997 version's cat# is 003A while the 1998 version is 003B.

I don't know the story behind this one.

 

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15 minutes ago, Stefan said:

 

6 sellers on Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/5579445?ev=rb

It seems to be the very first pressing in limited quantities, probably some promo stuff. 

The 1997 version's cat# is 003A while the 1998 version is 003B.

I don't know the story behind this one.

When I first read this post I thought, OMG, I may have a valuable rarity on my hands.

Then I tapped the link and saw the prices on Discogs.

Thanks for nothing Stefan.   ;)

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3 hours ago, Darkstone said:

I'm not familiar with "The Great CD Heist of '18".

If it's not too painful (which I'm sure it is), it sounds interesting. 

I didn't have a heist, more of an involuntary purge. It still hurts, but thank Fuck for digital!

2 times my entire cd collection was completely jacked, once in 05, and when I put my shit in storage to go to rehab in 18, once again all my cd's were jacked out of my storage shed, along with every last piece of recording equipment, guitars, bass, drums, Roland ED, my moms grand piano, all my mics including my beloved Nuemann, my boards, gear, fucking about two hundred large in shit, it was all insured, the CD's as you know, cant just run out and buy new copies of XOX, as im finding out, but yeah the great cd heist, many other things were taken, oh well, after it happens twice, ya start getting a weird attitude towards it, a fuck it attitude, like the feeling of sickness and being nauseated wasnt as strong, maybe it's cause i was clean? IDK, but yeah if I found who did it, and  I check places for some of the CD's knowing they would never just be in certain places cause of their rarity, I will fucking serve prison time, so hope I dont catch them.

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6 hours ago, Darkstone said:

When I first read this post I thought, OMG, I may have a valuable rarity on my hands.

Then I tapped the link and saw the prices on Discogs.

Thanks for nothing Stefan.   ;)

You're welcome :eviltongue:

 

B)

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13 hours ago, Leykis101 said:

2 times my entire cd collection was completely jacked, once in 05, and when I put my shit in storage to go to rehab in 18, once again all my cd's were jacked out of my storage shed, along with every last piece of recording equipment, guitars, bass, drums, Roland ED, my moms grand piano, all my mics including my beloved Nuemann, my boards, gear, fucking about two hundred large in shit, it was all insured, the CD's as you know, cant just run out and buy new copies of XOX, as im finding out, but yeah the great cd heist, many other things were taken, oh well, after it happens twice, ya start getting a weird attitude towards it, a fuck it attitude, like the feeling of sickness and being nauseated wasnt as strong, maybe it's cause i was clean? IDK, but yeah if I found who did it, and  I check places for some of the CD's knowing they would never just be in certain places cause of their rarity, I will fucking serve prison time, so hope I dont catch them.

Yeah, that's rough.

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On 1/28/2021 at 4:05 PM, Darkstone said:

Okay, my mind is blown.

I remember Cody mentioning that the track "Janine" is a tribute to "Janine Lindemulder".

I just realized that I think "Julia Ann" is also a tribute to the great, now legendary "MILF", who started her career in 1993 (I just looked that up by the way).

If there are two tracks on this album paying tribute to porn actresses, then this album has just hugely increased it's credibility. 

Haha, that's really cool - killer tunes too. This is indeed a really cool album with a great vibe and plenty of really cool songs. Always loved 'You don't amaze me anymore.' And the rest... 

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