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    Jaimie Branch - FLY or DIE II: bird dogs of paradise
    Soft Machine - Facelift France and Holland
    Melt Yourself Down - Last Evenings On Earth
    75 Dollar Bill - I Was Real
    Cratophane - Cratophane
    75 Dollar Bill - WOOD/METAL/PLASTIC/PATTERN/RHYTHM/ROCK
    Sao Paulo Underground - Cantos Invisiveis
    Patrick Grant - FIELDS AMAZE and other sTRANGE music
    Portico Quartet - Next Stop
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    King Crimson - Live in Vienna December 1, 2016
    A Thinking Plague - Upon Both Your Houses - Live at NEARfest
    Karfagen - Birds of Passage
    Antony Kalugin - Fantasion (demo)
    Robert Reed - Hergest Ridge Pt. 1
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    March was a big month for physical media sales!!
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    went to Carrboro Record Show last weekend.

    CD: Renaissance-BBC Sessions (free as it is a bootleg)

    Vinyl:
    Tarja-Luna Park Ride
    Spirit-Son of Spirit
    Spirit-Spirit
    Spirit-Spirit of '76
    Hawkwind-Best of United Artists Years (record store day 2017 green and black vinyl)

    Hit Reader's Corner and found a couple of occult books and a Kitaro cd-daylight moonlight Live in Yakushiji

    Also got from Prophecy Records the black vinyl, gold vinyl and cd of The Sham Mirrors remastered by Knut Magne Valle
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    The two Man original album series
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    Ghost Rhythms - Sept Cercles
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    I ordered four Rush cds that I didn't currently have (although I heard or owned them in the past). They are:

    Presto (playing now)
    Grace Under Pressure
    Power Windows
    Hold Your Fire (hasn't arrived yet since it had to be back ordered)


    Edit: It turns out that Grace Under Pressure was the GUP live tour cd that I bought without paying too close attention and thus not realizing it wasn't the studio album which is apparently OOP now.
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    Positive Catastrophe - Dibrujo, Dibrujo, Dibrujo...
    The Stargazer's Assistant - Resurgam I, Resurgam II
    Jambinai - a Hermitage
    Kruzenshtern i Parohod - Hidden Album
    Balungan - Kudu Bisa Kudu
    Polar Bear - Held On The Tips Of Fingers
    Vega Trails - Tremors in the Static
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    Not much prog this time:
    City - Letzte Runde (RIP Klaus Selmke)
    Wolfgang Niedecken - Dylanreise (German language versions of Bob Dylan songs, combined with stories)
    Klaus Schulze - Silhuettes

    Wolfgang Niedecken - Bob Dylan (book on Bob Dylan)

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    Had Solaris albums on copied CD's years ago, Going to pick up couple of those and maybe some Jordso, Solstice and something Italian

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    Myra Melfords Fire and Water Quintet - For The Love Of Fire and Water
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    Purchased in the past couple months:

    Sun Ra: Inter Media Arts, live 1991
    Android Trio: Other Worlds
    Patrick Zimmerli: Octurn - Book Of Hours
    TRAM: Lingua Franca
    Haken: Visions
    District 97: Trouble With Machines
    Yazz Ahmed: La Saboteuse
    Joe Lovano: Trio Fascination
    Spiritbox: Eternal Blue
    Echolyn: Suffocating The Bloom
    Ornette Coleman: In All Languages
    Agitation Free: 2nd
    Cassandra Wilson: Traveling Miles
    Popol Vuh: Seligpreisung
    Steve Coleman and Five Elements: Live at the Village Vanguard Vols. 1 & 2
    IQ: Road of Bones
    Kris Davis: Diatom Ribbons

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    In the last week or so:

    Transatlantic - Kaleidoscope
    Beardfish - Mammoth
    Camel - Moonmadness
    Airbag- All Rights Removed
    Transatlantic - The Whirlwind
    Astra - The Weirding
    Airbag- The Greatest Show On Earth
    Wobbler -Dwellers Of The Deep
    Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse of Reason (ordered a while ago but still waiting for it)
    Rush - Grace Under Pressure (same as above- still waiting)
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    Vaughan Williams - Symphonies 3 and 6
    Vaughan Williams - Symphony no. 4/Flos Campi/Norfolk Rhapsody no.1
    Vaughan Williams - Symphony no. 2/Wasps Overture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    I ordered four Rush cds that I didn't currently have (although I heard or owned them in the past). They are:

    Presto (playing now)
    Grace Under Pressure
    Power Windows
    Hold Your Fire (hasn't arrived yet since it had to be back ordered)


    Edit: It turns out that Grace Under Pressure was the GUP live tour cd that I bought without paying too close attention and thus not realizing it wasn't the studio album which is apparently OOP now.
    That’s a crime that GUP is OOP!! Why didn’t you just buy a used copy though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    That’s a crime that GUP is OOP!! Why didn’t you just buy a used copy though?
    I didn't know any Rush titles were out of print, that's insane!

    It's probably easy to make that mistake with the live GUP since the covers are practically identical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    That’s a crime that GUP is OOP!! Why didn’t you just buy a used copy though?
    I did. I bought a "NM" copy on discogs. It wasn't quite NM in my opinion but I didn't pay a whole lot for it so I won't complain.

    Quote Originally Posted by Progatron View Post
    I didn't know any Rush titles were out of print, that's insane!

    It's probably easy to make that mistake with the live GUP since the covers are practically identical.
    That's what happened with me. I buy from a website called Deep Discount and they only had the GUP live tour which I bought initially thinking it was GUP studio without paying too close attention. Of course being the Rush fan I am I would never dream of returning it. It's actually pretty good and I think I had it as a boot when I was a teen (I could be wrong though).

    Actually I see that amazon has GUP so I guess it's not out of print. It's just that the site I usually buy from (DD) didn't have it at all (sometimes they say out of stock but it wasn't even listed for any option so I suppose because of that I assumed it was OOP).
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    The Smile - A Light For Attracting Attention
    Mary Halvorson - Amaryllis
    Mary Halvorson - Belladonna
    Talk Talk - The Colour Of Spring
    Vangelis - Blade Runner
    Nils Petter Molvaer - Khmer
    Shabaka - Afrikan Culture
    5UU's - The Quiet In Your Bones
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    Season of Mist, one of the best Metal labels around, sends me a discount coupon on my birthday and I'm a big sucker for it and splurge every year. This year's haul

    Hate Eternal - Upon Desolate Sands
    L'Acephale - L'Asephale
    Darkestrah - Turan
    Shrines - Shrines
    Abyssic - High the Memory
    White Ward - Love Exchange Failure
    Der Weg Einer Freiheit - Finisterre
    Septicflesh - Codex Omega
    Enslaved - Monumension
    Earth Rot - Black Tides of Obscurity
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    Fish - Vigil In A Wilderness Of Tears
    Storosta - De Dioses Y Otros Cuentos
    Subterra - Abrir La Herida
    Subterra - Sombres De Invierno
    Siloutte Across The Rubicon
    Jordso - Nattifiolen
    Celeste - Il Risveglio Del Principe
    Celeste - Il Principe del Regno Perduto
    Solstice - Circles
    Solstice - Spirit
    Solstice - New Life

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    Mary Halvorson - Amaryllis
    Mary Halvorson - Belladonna
    Bought the double LP at the merch table when I saw the show on Saturday. One of the rare cases where the vinyl ($34 CAD) was cheaper than the CDs ($21 CAD each)!

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    The Cure - Seventeen Seconds
    Arnold Bax - Symphony no. 1/In the Faery Hills/The Garden of Fand

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    The Cure - Seventeen Seconds
    Saw The Cure when this fine LP was just released. They weren't big yet, so it was a nice intimate concert. Two problems: some so called punky fans who thought it was funny to throw trash at the roadies, which also caused a cancelling of the show and the lack of enough songs, so after an hour they had to play the same tunes again (which wasn't a problem for me).

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    Bubblemath - Turf Ascension
    Hedvig Mollestad - Tempest Revisited
    Ches Smith - Interpret It Well
    Fernando Perdomo - Out To Sea 3: The Storm
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    Picked up during a few days spent in Amsterdam after cancellation of the Van Der Graaf Generator tour prematurely ended my time in Germany:

    Traffic - On the road
    Soft Machine - Softs
    Jethro Tull - Benefit (just because of the gatefold)
    Gentle Giant - Freehand
    Gentle Giant - Interview
    Gentle Giant - The missing piece
    Caravan - Profile
    Be Bop Deluxe - Sunburst Finish
    Yes - Big Generator
    Strawbs - Burning for You
    Fairport Convention - Nine
    Family - It's only a movie
    Pentangle - Essential Pentangle
    Various - The Singing Detective
    Strawbs - Hero and Heroine
    Jethro Tull - Storm Watch
    Peter Hammll - The future now
    Family - Bandstand
    Loggins and Messina - On stage
    Various - Private Collection Vol 2
    Various - Private Collection Vol 3
    Various - Private Collection Vol 4
    Poco - A good feeling to know
    Yes - The Yes Album
    Yes - Tales of Topographic Oceans
    Camel - The Single Factor
    Roger Chapman and the Shortlist - He was, she was, you was, we was

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