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November 16, 2015 12:12PM
^Kep, Where in the name of all that is holy did you find that??

Discogs only shows a cassette.

Apparently I need to go crate digging in your town man cuz... I dunno, wow!



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November 16, 2015 04:50PM
Haha, I'd like it to be mysterious, but this is a bootleg that I bought maybe 2 or 3 years ago from ebay I think
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November 16, 2015 05:19PM
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Haha, I'd like it to be mysterious, but this is a bootleg that I bought maybe 2 or 3 years ago from ebay I think

Found what you are talking about.

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Audio sourced from a very well-kept original tape and carefully cleaned/restored, not made from mp3. Comes with screen-printed front and back cover, stamped labels, and a xerox of the original j-card that came with the cassette.

Only thing available now is this colored variant starting at $181.65. worried I'm guessing you got a much better deal for a better pressing.

I'd gladly settle on that boot you have or the OG tape, cuz your boot sounds good and how friggen cool would that tape be?thumbs up



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November 16, 2015 05:25PM
I've ended up with a few weird boots in my collection like that, usually by mistake when I order from some punk type distro. I've gotten a lot more careful over the last year or so though. Sometimes these types of boots can be decent, other times they sound horrible and are just sourced from mp3s off a blog or something. It can be hard to know what you might be getting unless you are willing to gamble your $ because there are usually no reliable reviews of stuff like that and it tends to get sold out somewhat quickly.



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November 16, 2015 06:46PM
Yeah, the bootleg sounds pretty good. You can tell it was from a tape. Just add a little HF on my mixer and its golden.

Here is one of my favorites. Not from the 80's but man this is my jam.

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