Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats ‎– Vol. 1

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Not On Label ‎– none
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Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Picture Disc, Unofficial Release
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Notes

Unofficial bootleg picture disc of Vol. 1
Accompanying Obi strip is numbered out of 50.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KCR001 Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats* Vol. 1(CDr, Ltd, Num) Killer Candy Records KCR001 UK 2010 Sell This Version
none Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats Vol. 1(LP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial) Not On Label none UK 2010 Sell This Version
RISELP210 Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats* Vol. 1(LP, Album, RE, RM) Rise Above Records RISELP210 UK 2017 Sell This Version
RISECD210P Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats* Vol. 1(CDr, Album, Num, Promo) Rise Above Records RISECD210P UK 2017 Sell This Version
none Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats Vol. 1(2xLP, Ltd, Unofficial) Not On Label none 2014 Sell This Version

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derhubschrauber

derhubschrauber

January 7, 2015
It sounds good enough and high but on the other hand, it's still a picture disc.

Piss

Piss

December 31, 2014
For anyone who has this, how does it sound? This album seems a little long to fit smoothly onto a single record. Does it sound thin and tinny?
derhubschrauber

derhubschrauber

December 23, 2014
Of course you can have your own opinion but there are so many labels that use paypal and still run preorders at the same time, smoothly.

I never said that the band is behind this marketing trick but more likely, the label and the boss. As the majority of bands, I assume that they are working class people. In addition, releasing small, so called "die hard" runs is as unethical as what the bootleggers do and enhances deadstocks and resellers.

It depends if the copy that the member owns is in analog format or not. Let's take it straight, if the source is digital, there can't be a big difference between the bootleg and the official version (nothing more than a slight digital remaster). I actually stopped caring whether something is a bootleg or not after 1995, simply because everything was pressed from a digital source and the analog sound was gone.

Instead of hunting down the fans and doing cheap things, equal to editing record's description in the database (to make it look crappy and unappealing). You should take all this analog thing into your consideration as it is the only way to win the war against the bootleggers. Bootleggers can't have any access on the original ANALOG master tapes, can they?
karinhunt

karinhunt

December 23, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
I don't own the label so it's not really down to me what your direct problem with me is.

However, as the band are busy writing the next album and touring then they haven't had time to remaster Vol 1 which has been the plan. As why would they have something pressed that they were not happy with? But if you'd prefer a copy that was pressed from a CDR download from the internet then that's entirely up to you.
Just like how the 7" was pressed from 2 youtube fan recordings.

The reason Rise Above doesn't accept PayPal is because they put most of their stuff out on pre-order, a concept that a lot of people don't understand. So when a small label has loads of disputes raised and money held, or orders being refunded which have already been sent out, then PayPal isn't always a good way of doing business.

You can buy whatever you want but it's a bit shit if you're supposedly a fan and you can't wait for the band to release their own album and line the pockets of bootleggers then good for you.

And as far as your last comment goes "It is time that the band released this itself on wax."..... who are you? Why do people seem to have this entitlement over music that isn't even theirs?
derhubschrauber

derhubschrauber

December 23, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
@karinhunt

Regarding you, demoqueen and personally, as a collector of both official and bootleg recordings.

I don't accept any kind of pointing from no one on what should I buy, especially from someone who works for a label that paypal has terminated its co-operation with.

And don't confuse legal with ethical please.

It is time that the band released this itself on wax.
derhubschrauber

derhubschrauber

December 23, 2014
@vinyl_lp_guy

Somehow I wondered that bootleg differs from being fake.

Whoever has bought this knows that its a bootleg, including myself.

And don't get my wrong, collecting bootlegs of stuff that hasn't ever been on wax can't be any bad.

I'm almost sure that you haven't even seen or listened to this in person but paying attention to rumours...

Moreover, I wouldn't really consider your info as reliable by the time you don't even know that the CDR got released in only 20 copies. It is the same guy who warned you to tell you that there are only 50 CDR copies, isn't he...?

Maybe, instead of spreading misinformation you should go back to school as all of your text doesn't really make sense by using 0 rather than O and writing in caps which looks like shouting.

To make it worse, where were you about to pay $1000? I never saw this getting sold for that much and bought myself a copy for €150.

All in all, your comment looks suspicious and misleaded.
karinhunt

karinhunt

December 19, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
This is a bootleg made in Greece. Don't support bootleggers, they steal money from bands.
rharris07

rharris07

December 16, 2014
Where is this available at?