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posted a review of Lake Street Dive - Free Yourself Up. 11 months ago
This was my first real exposure to this band and I love it...what a great and fun record! Pretty much every track on here has something to offer.
posted a comment on Dr. Dog - Critical Equation. about 1 year ago
It looks to be that the CD & Digital versions have the this track listing above. I think all of the vinyl versions have the different order with Coming Out Of The Darkness as track 1. Have they said anything about why the did it that way? Now that I've ... See full review
posted a comment on Dr. Dog - Double 7. over 3 years ago
Huh, I can also see what you describe in the fist image like one of the other commenters stated. Mine does not have that stamp on it. It does not appear to be numbered. What do you suppose that means?
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posted a comment on Scott Weiland And The Wildabouts - Blaster. over 4 years ago
Nope, I just spun the record again. Not only isn't it listed on the label but Blue Eyes is nowhere on there. There are only 5 tracks on side A. It looks to me like they just ran out of room. There isn't any space for a sixth track on side A.
posted a comment on Scott Weiland And The Wildabouts - Blaster. over 4 years ago
Are they out of order then? I says it should be after White Lightning but on mine White Lightning is the last track on side one.
posted a comment on Scott Weiland And The Wildabouts - Blaster. over 4 years ago
Are they out of order then? I says it should be after White Lightning but on mine White Lightning is the last track on side one.
posted a comment on Scott Weiland And The Wildabouts - Blaster. over 4 years ago
Um wow, does anyone else have a missing track on the record? I don't have a sixth track on side A...Blue Eyes is just missing from the vinyl itself even though it's listed on the jacket and liner notes! Why?
added Dr. Dog - Easy Beat to their wantlist. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on G.F. Handel* - Elly Ameling, Philip Langridge, Anna Reynolds, Gwynne Howell, The Academy Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields And Chorus Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields*, Neville Marriner* - Messiah (Based On The First London Performance Of March 23rd 1743). over 4 years ago
Why did they do the sides they way they did? EX: Side 1 and Side 6 are on the same disc, then side 2 and 5 on the next, then 3 and 4 on the last. On a play through you'd have to take out and put away the first and second disks twice, why?
posted a comment on Dr. Dog - Double 7. over 4 years ago
Yes, where is this numbered?