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Anybody get the CD for this? Is it that lovely green like the vinyl?? But really is there an American distributor for the CD, would love to grab it as this seems like a great album for the car, but the shipping costs even more than the CD, would be nearly $30 :cattears:

 

Edit: meant to also send my congrats to the burglar for being a full time pro!

Hopefully there’s going to be some better options when it hits the shops later in march, but I don’t have much insight.

The CD turned out a cockhead shade of steely purple, quite nice actually!

 

"cockhead shade of steely purple" flol

 

May wait a few weeks and see if there's some other choices then, thanks :)

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Took me a while to discover. This is the sound I've been looking for. 

Ná is just absolutely bonkers, maybe my favourite release of his.     

Thanks! I’m very intrigued when people say that about this album. I have a little theory that you can somewhat control the ”metabolism” of a track/album in its composition.   Each of the tracks on

 

My vinyl came in and the spine is all roughed up

 

same here. if it isn't sealed, why risk shipping the records inside the jacket?

 

bandcamp lacks an order message option where you can make a request like this. anyhow, i'm glad to have this in my hands.

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My vinyl came in and the spine is all roughed up

 

same here. if it isn't sealed, why risk shipping the records inside the jacket?

 

bandcamp lacks an order message option where you can make a request like this. anyhow, i'm glad to have this in my hands.

 

 

I wonder if we can get just a replacement sleeve? 

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My vinyl came in and the spine is all roughed up

 

same here. if it isn't sealed, why risk shipping the records inside the jacket?

 

bandcamp lacks an order message option where you can make a request like this. anyhow, i'm glad to have this in my hands.

 

 

I wonder if we can get just a replacement sleeve? 

 

 

i recall shipping on this being pretty steep. sending out replacement jackets (if there are any) is kinda costly for the label.

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I wonder if we can get a replacement steve  *jokes*

 

Massive congrats on turning the musicianship into a fulltime career Burglar - most definitely deserved.  Looking forward to whatever's coming next

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I wonder if we can get a replacement steve *jokes*

 

 

I overhear my wife asking the cats this all the time

 

:catsuicide::catcry:

me too.

 

 

and we dont have any cats.

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My vinyl came in and the spine is all roughed up

 

same here. if it isn't sealed, why risk shipping the records inside the jacket?

 

bandcamp lacks an order message option where you can make a request like this. anyhow, i'm glad to have this in my hands.

 

Mine arrived sans roughage, Norman shipped the records outside  the jacket.

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Yeah I love this too!

 

It's got proper Syro vibes to me.

 

 

Syro vibes? I love both, Syro a bit more, but I feel they sound very different. Which tracks on here remind you of Syro? I'm not asking in a dickheaded way either, I'm genuinely curious.

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Burglar, if you see this, is this just a coincidence or is there some weird shit going down in your magick cirkle?

 

 

 

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you must admit the evidence is pretty damning

 

 

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Burglar, if you see this, is this just a coincidence or is there some weird shit going down in your magick cirkle?

 

 

 

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you must admit the evidence is pretty damning

Pure coincidence :) Nice jammy stuff, was not aware of it/the artist until now.

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Controversial comment : World Building mix is better than Syro but sound design and song writing better on Syro

 

 

burglar rn

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but nah, I agree with you. Still think they are very different albums and World Building is an original work, not at all sounding like people that ape Richard's style, so a comparison doesn't mean much. Both great albums with SYRO being a bit more of a masterclass. It would be really fucking hard to top a Wizard's "comeback" album. Here's my controversial opinion though, World Building is a better debut album than SAW 85-92 was. 

 

*logs off WATMM. Locks all doors. Turns off the lights*

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Controversial comment : World Building mix is better than Syro but sound design and song writing better on Syro

 

burglar rn

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but nah, I agree with you. Still think they are very different albums and World Building is an original work, not at all sounding like people that ape Richard's style, so a comparison doesn't mean much. Both great albums with SYRO being a bit more of a masterclass. It would be really fucking hard to top a Wizard's "comeback" album. Here's my controversial opinion though, World Building is a better debut album than SAW 85-92 was.

 

*logs off WATMM. Locks all doors. Turns off the lights*

Close but no cigar.

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Nowhere near as impactful, influential, etc. as that album was obviously given the time when it came out. Fuck it though, give me the choice between listening to either one and it's World Building 9 times out of 10

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Just sayin', full grown rolando release > baby phex

 

 

alright I'll stop. Im probably annoying the shit out of burglar with this. Sorry dude.

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