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THE BAUMER
Posted: Jul 31, 2003 10:36 pm
 
hey eric, will you be getting any of the super swank red vinyl of that live oblivians rekkid?
eric o
Posted: Aug 1, 2003 5:47 am
 
yes. don't know when.

-eric
goner

Daneau
Posted: Aug 12, 2003 9:11 pm
 
I picked up a vinyl copy at my local store, but it didn't have any commentary or photos inside. What am I missing out on?
lacey underwear
Posted: Aug 12, 2003 9:19 pm
 
Was yours red vinyl Daneau?
timhypo
Posted: Aug 13, 2003 6:59 pm
 
I got my copy on red vinyl at Shake-It Records in Cincinnati, which I'm lucky enough to live three blocks from. I got no liner notes with mine either, but given the choice, I'd rather have the swank-assed red vinyl...
lacey underwear
Posted: Aug 13, 2003 7:28 pm
 
Mine was red vinyl too.This record sounds fucking great, it kinda blew me away actually. But I've never seen the Oblivians live, yet.
Also buy the Screamers CD from Eric. I have the same Album on vinyl and it's very worth the $$.
queenothetwist
Posted: Aug 16, 2003 8:16 pm
 
is this album the true release of that live in ATL bootleg? (Not that a bootleg of that show exists *wink*wink*).
peepstemple
Posted: Aug 25, 2003 10:40 am
 
I remember sending my mom over to shangri-la sometime in the mid 90's to pick up the negro records release of this record .I think I sent her to get some oblivians 7' and she came back with this crappy blue xerox hand glued record but man it sounded good.I think the only time I would stop playing it was when greg would come over for reatards practice.That reminds me my mom still ask about you greg "how are those oblvian boys "(I think greg made an impression by toasting a couple joints in my room before practice a few times)smoking weed with mom and listening to that record was the greatest.
uleeshuh
Posted: Aug 26, 2003 12:25 am
 
reminds me of buying the first guitar wolf lp 'cause i'd seen them play in New Orleans with the Royal Pendeltons, when I got it home and played it on my fischer price record player I was like "what the fuck" and I kept thinking there was dust on the needle.
chuckd
Posted: Aug 26, 2003 8:05 pm
 
With some pretty stiff competition that first Guitar Wolf LP is still the most lo-fi (and favorite)recording I own. Kudos to Eric!!
Chris Alienator
Posted: Aug 30, 2003 10:58 pm
 
Yea...I have Wolf Attack or Missile Me or whatever on cd....I listened to it a couple weeks back and just thought "wow"....I didn't realy realize how lo-fi it was when I first got it, because I was used to listening to live Sex Pistols albums and crap....I don't even know what the topic of this thread is about, but that was one hell of a lo-fi album.

However, in the last Jeff Dahl newsletter he was rambling on about this girl band he helped record using all fisherprice microphones...maybe more lofi.


Yesterday I also realized that when I was a kid, I discovered the Ramones because Skid Row covered Psycho Therapy....What a long strange trip it's been. -Jerry Garcia

Chris Alienator
Posted: Aug 30, 2003 11:09 pm
 
The Gories first record is just as lo-fi I think, but not as consistently good...that's my take on it.
Robby G
Posted: Aug 31, 2003 12:05 am
 
Lo-Fi?
No-Fi! The Sick Things!
The whole concept of High School Reject/Refuse records is basically based on that record. But you can actually listen to that stuff and enjoy... Or wait, was that my needle falling of the record?
The Wall Of Sound? This (label) guy is the originator of The Wall Of Shit! Wow...
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