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    Strictly Inc - self-titled

    Arrived on Thursday, listening today for the first time.

    The final track, "An Island In the Darkness" by itself justifies the purchases. Brilliant epic, just like vintage Genesis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob_32_116 View Post
    Strictly Inc - self-titled

    Arrived on Thursday, listening today for the first time.

    The final track, "An Island In the Darkness" by itself justifies the purchases. Brilliant epic, just like vintage Genesis.
    Where did you find that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by philsunset View Post
    Motorpsycho & Stale Storlokken-The Death Defying Unicorn
    amazing album


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    Genesis - Genesis
    Genesis - Three Sides Live
    Genesis - Live (NP)

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Pride View Post
    Where did you find that?
    Discogs.

    Both Amazon and Discogs had copies available from various sellers, with a wide range in price. I could have paid over $100 for a mint sopy. Going for one of the cheaper ones was a calculated risk, but it seems to have paid off.

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    Ian Anderson- Homo Erraticus (Excellent!)
    Jeff Beck- Truth (with bonus tracks)

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    Posted this in my LA music thread but thought I should put it here as well.

    Back from our trip to southern California. Great time and awesome weather! Sucks that there is still snow on the ground here. I guess that's why they call it the 'great white north' . Anyway, for those who care, I thought I would post my music purchases. Had a great time browsing the shops. Visited Amoleba, CD Trader, Freakbeat, SecondSpin (both locales), Rockaway Records, Bagatelle Records and Factory Records. Here it is (a mixture of new and used):

    Pathosray - Pathosray
    Pathosray - Sunless Skies
    Chicago - V, VI, VII
    Roxy Music - Stranded
    Kaipa - Vittjar
    Classix Nouveaux - Best Of
    Yes - Going For the One
    Orpahned Land - All Is One
    The Reasoning - Adventures in Neverland
    Spheric Universe Experience - The New Eve
    Happy the Man - The Muse Awakens
    Clive Nolan - Alchemy
    Gentle Giant - Free Hand
    Devin Townsend Project - Deconstruction
    Riverside - Anno Domini High Definition
    UK - Danger Money
    Sieges Even - Steps
    Threshold - Extinct Intinct (special edition)
    Phideaux - Ghost Story, Chupacabras
    Big Big Train - Goodbye to the Age of Steam, Far Skies Deep Time
    Depeche Mode - Delta Machine
    ELO - II
    Nektar - The Dream Nebula, A Tab in the Ocean
    The Flower Kings - Unfold the Future
    Amplifier - Echo Strfeet
    Circa - HQ
    King Crimson - Islands
    James Labrie - Impermanent Resonance
    Glass Hammer - Shadowlands
    Hawkwind - In Search Of Space
    Black Mountain - Black Mountain
    Uriah Heep - Wake the Sleeper
    Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound
    Coheed and Cambria - The Afterman Descension
    Donald Fagan - Sunken Condos
    Amorphis - Circle
    Satellite - Special Edition - Evening Games and Nostalgia

    Regards,
    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob_32_116 View Post
    Discogs.

    Both Amazon and Discogs had copies available from various sellers, with a wide range in price. I could have paid over $100 for a mint sopy. Going for one of the cheaper ones was a calculated risk, but it seems to have paid off.
    Thanks, Bob. I only knew of that album from posts at PE and that "Island in the Darkness" track is definitely a lost Tony Banks gem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlneudorf View Post
    Donald Fagan - Sunken Condos
    There was a thread about it when it first came out, but not much discussion after purchasers lived with it for a while. Though it certainly has Fagen's stamp all over it, there's things that are pretty different about it. It's funkier and more dense than his usual stuff for starters. I dig it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    Sonar - Static Motion
    Excellent album
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Pride View Post
    There was a thread about it when it first came out, but not much discussion after purchasers lived with it for a while. Though it certainly has Fagen's stamp all over it, there's things that are pretty different about it. It's funkier and more dense than his usual stuff for starters. I dig it!
    Yeah, i like it a lot too. Worth the price of admission for the melancholic and beautiful Miss Marlene alone :P
    And the code is a play, a play is a song, a song is a film, a film is a dance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlneudorf View Post
    Posted this in my LA music thread but thought I should put it here as well.

    Back from our trip to southern California. Great time and awesome weather! Sucks that there is still snow on the ground here. I guess that's why they call it the 'great white north' . Anyway, for those who care, I thought I would post my music purchases. Had a great time browsing the shops. Visited Amoleba, CD Trader, Freakbeat, SecondSpin (both locales), Rockaway Records, Bagatelle Records and Factory Records. Here it is (a mixture of new and used):

    Pathosray - Pathosray
    Pathosray - Sunless Skies
    Chicago - V, VI, VII
    Roxy Music - Stranded
    Kaipa - Vittjar
    Classix Nouveaux - Best Of
    Yes - Going For the One
    Orpahned Land - All Is One
    The Reasoning - Adventures in Neverland
    Spheric Universe Experience - The New Eve
    Happy the Man - The Muse Awakens
    Clive Nolan - Alchemy
    Gentle Giant - Free Hand
    Devin Townsend Project - Deconstruction
    Riverside - Anno Domini High Definition
    UK - Danger Money
    Sieges Even - Steps
    Threshold - Extinct Intinct (special edition)
    Phideaux - Ghost Story, Chupacabras
    Big Big Train - Goodbye to the Age of Steam, Far Skies Deep Time
    Depeche Mode - Delta Machine
    ELO - II
    Nektar - The Dream Nebula, A Tab in the Ocean
    The Flower Kings - Unfold the Future
    Amplifier - Echo Strfeet
    Circa - HQ
    King Crimson - Islands
    James Labrie - Impermanent Resonance
    Glass Hammer - Shadowlands
    Hawkwind - In Search Of Space
    Black Mountain - Black Mountain
    Uriah Heep - Wake the Sleeper
    Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound
    Coheed and Cambria - The Afterman Descension
    Donald Fagan - Sunken Condos
    Amorphis - Circle
    Satellite - Special Edition - Evening Games and Nostalgia

    Regards,
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    Hey, when you live in Saskatoon every little bit helps.

    Regards,
    Jon

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    I'm waiting for this one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    Led Bib - The People In Your Neighbourhood
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