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14 minutes ago, KovalainenFanBoy said:

It's only been 14 months since the last skam release they need some time

At this rate the album will be avail as freeware when it finally releases 

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I am guessing he needs Skam for help with the physical release of a record. I know nothing about record sales but if digital outperforms physical anyway, why not self-release with no help from Skam? I am sure he has a large enough fan base to do OK with self-releases but I could be wrong.

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I'm not gonna go into details, because it's not my place to, but I really don't think he wants to go the self releasing route.

Everyone will just have to be patient for uncle Andy to put it out on Skam 👌

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Random sample spotted: the beginning of this video can be heard in his “Don’t Open The Door” track from that benefit compilation

 

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if Burial can go the Bandcamp route, I don't know why it can't happen here. I'm sure there is a small (yet pretty loyal) fanbase out there.

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SKAM should get that ad sense revenue from the AMKS streams to help releases.

SKAM, hire me for the price of whatever you release that I want to have copies of for more business tips, thanks.

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Been a while since I’ve played either one honestly. But looking at the digital release times, 56 and 63 mins aren’t so bad. Guess just the thought of 3LP feels like a lot in one release, potentially overwhelming with filler. Broken up into different releases, things can feel more solid.

But hey, I welcome any new music and can always break it up myself if I need to.

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22 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

Been a while since I’ve played either one honestly. But looking at the digital release times, 56 and 63 mins aren’t so bad. Guess just the thought of 3LP feels like a lot in one release, potentially overwhelming with filler. Broken up into different releases, things can feel more solid.

But hey, I welcome any new music and can always break it up myself if I need to.

I am just conjecturing here, but it could be 3x12 pressed at 45rpm...

(and that is absolutely conjecture btw)

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19 hours ago, dr lopez said:

it would appear don't look in the closet is from https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0312805/

 

love it when worlds collide 🙂 thanks redlettermedia

 

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I asked ade if he was familiar with rlm several years ago. he said he heard of them but never seen anything so I sent a botw link lol (I think the geteven one but I can’t remember)

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On 7/13/2021 at 2:09 PM, dr lopez said:

it would appear don't look in the closet is from https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0312805/

 

love it when worlds collide 🙂 thanks redlettermedia

 

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I noticed that immediately too! Absolutely wild, hit me with a huge "oh shit, that's where he got this!"

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