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Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 12:13
by Swinnow

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 12:32
by czuczu
£6.99 - that's the price I've been waiting for :)

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 12:42
by eastmidswhizzkid
this release has been haunting my dreams -which i take exception to. £6.99 for rthe CD will do me!

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 12:48
by Pista
Swinnow wrote:
21 Jul 2021, 12:13
CD version next month....

https://www.crashrecords.co.uk/products ... -pre-order
Bonus: No pops, clicks, silly coloured plastic, & iffy labels :D

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 12:52
by Swinnow
Pista wrote:
21 Jul 2021, 12:48
Bonus: No pops, clicks, silly coloured plastic, & iffy labels :D
Does this make it the "Galaxy version" in contrast to the vinyl "Aero version"?

I'll get me coat....

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 13:11
by godgirl
CellThree wrote:
19 Jul 2021, 19:50
Just bought mine. $29.99! I was going to leave it when I saw the UK prices, but decided to call around to our local record stores here and one of them still had a copy.
Yes, people on Dominion also say the US price is significantly lower than the UK one. Rather a shocking state of affairs that.

I've ordered the CD!

Marge xxx

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 14:31
by Todashi
I still find it weird that there are 'new' Sisters releases without the band having anything to do with them.

Nothing on the website, on twitter etc. It sits badly with me. But hey, at least SOMETHING is happening.

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 14:45
by Swinnow
Todashi wrote:
21 Jul 2021, 14:31
I still find it weird that there are 'new' Sisters releases without the band having anything to do with them.

Nothing on the website, on twitter etc. It sits badly with me. But hey, at least SOMETHING is happening.
Could someone ask Gary, Craig or Wayne for a comment regarding the release and any approvals given/saught. History suggests a more straightforward answer may be forthcoming.

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 15:02
by markfiend
Well I've been in self-isolation so missed record store day. Luckily Crash Records in Leeds had some extras available mail-order so I have one of those incoming. I can hardly miss the first new Sisters record in 28 years can I?

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 16:55
by deirfiur
A few vinyl copies still available at www.musiczone.ie

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 21 Jul 2021, 22:41
by GC
markfiend wrote:
21 Jul 2021, 15:02
Well I've been in self-isolation so missed record store day. Luckily Crash Records in Leeds had some extras available mail-order so I have one of those incoming. I can hardly miss the first new Sisters record in 28 years can I?
Just ordered the CD.... and I'm very happy and excited. First thingy since the Rhino remasters and I act like a little boy on Christmas Eve... :roll:

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 12:27
by Todashi
Crash Record's site was showing that its presale was sold out earlier today, but I just got a mail to say the pre order was back in stock. (Yeah, I don't know how that happens either. Hopefully it means they're getting big demand for it.)

Anyway, if you were looking for a CD copy of this, it's possible to preorder again.

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 12:30
by Pista
Todashi wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 12:27
Crash Record's site was showing that its presale was sold out earlier today, but I just got a mail to say the pre order was back in stock. (Yeah, I don't know how that happens either. Hopefully it means they're getting big demand for it.)

Anyway, if you were looking for a CD copy of this, it's possible to preorder again.

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 12:39
by Quiff Boy
They’ve also just confirmed they do international shipping on it. 👍

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 13:38
by Swinnow
This'll be the first Sisters release I have bought from Crash, all the old 7" and 12" singles were bought at Jumbo back in the day, must admit to a feeling of disloyalty :lol:

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 13:49
by abridged
Swinnow wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 13:38
This'll be the first Sisters release I have bought from Crash, all the old 7" and 12" singles were bought at Jumbo back in the day, must admit to a feeling of disloyalty :lol:
Ah Jumbo? A blast from the past! Do you remember Bad, near the Railway Station? Used to sell bootlegs etc. Last thing I bought there was a Drug Free America 12 inch I think! :D

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 14:38
by Swinnow
Yeah, I remember the downstairs room at BAD, with the dodgy C90's lol. There was also Gerol's, in the Merrion near Jumbo, that had vinyl bootlegs occasionally.

Jumbo is now back in the Merrion, at the Phono end.

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 15:23
by nomad
Pista wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 12:30
Todashi wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 12:27
Crash Record's site was showing that its presale was sold out earlier today, but I just got a mail to say the pre order was back in stock. (Yeah, I don't know how that happens either. Hopefully it means they're getting big demand for it.)

Anyway, if you were looking for a CD copy of this, it's possible to preorder again.
Thanks for the heads up - just pre-ordered the CD! :notworthy:

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 16:48
by Pat
Amazon now listing it as well £5.99 but buy local first.

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 16:57
by Being645
Quiff Boy wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 12:39
They’ve also just confirmed they do international shipping on it. 👍
Indeed, and they charge only half as much as RoughTrade in international postage !!! How comes ...

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 17:07
by Swinnow
Being645 wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 16:57
Indeed, and they charge only half as much as RoughTrade in international postage !!! How comes ...
Well, northerners do it better, without fail :lol:

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 17:19
by Being645
Swinnow wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 17:07
Being645 wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 16:57
Indeed, and they charge only half as much as RoughTrade in international postage !!! How comes ...
Well, northerners do it better, without fail :lol:
... and the Crash Records people were absolutely lovely, when I visited the shop in 2011 ... :D ...

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 18:09
by Swinnow
Being645 wrote:
22 Jul 2021, 17:19
... and the Crash Records people were absolutely lovely, when I visited the shop in 2011 ... :D ...
I must say that back in the olden days of cheques and postage stamps staff at both Crash and Jumbo were brilliant at posting out gig tickets when work took me all over Europe. It was done largely 'on the quiet' for those who knew and usually for just the cost of the stamp. Above and beyond.

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 19:23
by Big Si
Thanks everyone. Paid for the Vinyl from Monorail Records after 7pm when RSD was over and am still waiting for them to confirm when I can go in and collect it. CD now Pre-Ordered from Crash :D

Re: RSD BBC Sessions release

Posted: 22 Jul 2021, 19:26
by czuczu
Genuine question, having had a go at copying the house MR style, why haven't Warner given this an MR cat number? Feels like a missed opportunity