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Endless Morbidity



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 3:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My new rule regarding this:

Only certain bands/releases and/or circumstances.

I cherish cassette tapes, but these days I ditch a tape if I already have it on either CD or LP.

Having a nice collection is indeed great, but having the same release on multiple formats can just lead to a lot of clutter and make finding shit/organizing a pain in the ass.
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snaps666



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 3:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

decimator wrote:


Makes more sense than having 20 copies of the same thing in some box in the attic collecting dust. I hate hoarding, waste of money and a waste of space.


My collection is for sure not stored away in a box in the attic.

And I don't think it's waste of either money or space. But I bet you don't get people who collect coins then? Total waste to spend money on old useless coins, right?
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tomas



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 4:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have two copies of Sentence Of Death EP, Holland Heavy Metal (Sad Iron / Seducer) and Neuthrone's 2nd 7".
Sometimes I have both LP and CD, because I didn't buy LPs when I was a teenager, so all the good ones had to get into my vinyl collection.
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Humus



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 5:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

6 different coloured vinyls for Sabbat - And to praise the sabbatical queen. Also have the CD. I have many different pressings of the same Sabbat releases. I just have many Sabbat releases...
I have all three vinyl versions of Ritual, and one day I'll get the CD-versions as well.
Three vinyl versions of FAOD (2x NWN die-hard + original).

And probably a lot more. If they are good albums I don't mind owning multiple copies. However, there always must be a difference in the pressings, I don't want to own the exact same item twice.
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Infernal-Regions



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zemial - For the glory of UR: Black Vinyl LP, Picture Disc and the Hypervorea CD-Edition.

Blasphemy - FAOD: Original Black Vinyl on Wild Rags, All 4 Die Hard Pic Discs (= 8x FAOD) and the NWN CD. That's overkill, isn't it ? Laughing

Kawir - To Cavirs: Original MLP, A5 Book CD on Nyx and one CD of the 125 copies that were sold at the "Return of the Ancient Ones" Tour.


But these are exceptions. Normally I don't buy more than one of each, as long as it doesn't make sense (like the Messiah CD-Re-Releases with lots of Bonus-tracks).
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From my memory...

Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" CD Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solsitice" CD German repress on a different label. I don't recall the name. "improved" layout that looks like ass.
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP black vinyl Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP White vinyl Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" Pic LP Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" Tape Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" Tape Polish version
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" CD first press NWN with bonus tracks and poster.
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" CD second press NWN
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP regular NWN
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP+7" die hard NWN
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP+7" test press NWN

Goatlord "Goatlord" CD JL America in Long box
Goatlord "Goatlord" CD JL America
Goatlord "Goatlord" Tape sealed JL America

+ a bunch of original photos, zine interviews, promo photos, etc. I worship the band.
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DESECRATOR777



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 7:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

exorcist nightmare theatre on lp and tape
mercyful fate nuns have no fun on 3 lps and cd
bathory debut 2 versions on lp and cd
sodom in the sign of evil 3 different lps

from memory thats it...
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 8:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There are many releases that I have on both cd and vinyl. Like somebody mentioned - lp for the collection and cd for travelling. But only a few releases where I have more than one lp/cd version. Don't see the point of that really.

Any more opinions on gathering multiple versions of the same music?

I could for example never buy 15 versions of Nunslaughter - "Christmassacre", just to get all those different cuts/colours....
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 9:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

decimator wrote:
Bestial Aggressor wrote:
If its an exceptional album i'll get the cd for the car and the vinyl for the home..


Makes more sense than having 20 copies of the same thing in some box in the attic collecting dust. I hate hoarding, waste of money and a waste of space.


What's waste of time for you might be a rewarding hobby for some, so why bother? My lp's are not in the attic by the way. Wink
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 9:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Infernal-Regions wrote:
Zemial - For the glory of UR: Black Vinyl LP, Picture Disc and the Hypervorea CD-Edition.


I just need the gold version and I'll have all their stuff.

Agatus I'm missing one item as well.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 10:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

decimator wrote:
Bestial Aggressor wrote:
If its an exceptional album i'll get the cd for the car and the vinyl for the home..


Makes more sense than having 20 copies of the same thing in some box in the attic collecting dust. I hate hoarding, waste of money and a waste of space.


Some people prefer mp3 and say its useless to buy CD or LP (waste of money and wate of space). Some of my fave stuff I have in double or triple. Why (sounds like question from my mummy)? First, all these editions I have got over long period of time. Example: first I got Venom "Black Metal" Neat Italian version, then years later I got a chance to get "BM" first press with embossed cover and poster! Damn great! Then I saw the original PicLP and thats nice too! So thats how I have 3 versions of "BM". Only very SPECIAL albums are collected like that by me.
I definately do not agree this mentality that I have to have all albums by certain band (f.ex. all Venom albums).
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 10:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mental illness ??? Yes...indeed. here are two of the worst examples from my side.

Morbid Tales MLP no sticker or print on cover (1st pressing only), Noise Rec. 1984
Morbid Tales MLP w.poster, w.sticker on cover (2nd pressing only), Noise Rec. 1984
Morbid Tales MLP Emperor's Return label on LP, Noise Rec. 1985
Morbid Tales MLP w.poster, Metal Blade Rec. 1984
Morbid Tales MLP Banzai Rec. 1985
Morbid Tales Pic-MLP Noise Rec. 1985
Morbid Tales Re-Release LP Earmark Rec. 2005
Morbid Tales Re-Release Pic-LP Earmark Rec. 2005
Morbid Tales / Emperor's Return CD Noise Rec. (Front cover from Emperor's Return)
Morbid Tales / Emperor's Return CD Noise Rec.-US (Front cover Photo by Isolde Ohlbaum)
Morbid Tales / Emperor's Return Re-Release CD Noise Rec. 1999

Apocalyptic Raids MLP Noise Rec. 1984, w.insert, 1st pressing (red lettering and black labels)
Apocalyptic Raids MLP Noise Rec. 1984, 3rd pressing (dark pink lettering and black labels)
Apocalyptic Raids MLP Noise Rec. 1984, 4th pressing (silver labels)
Apocalyptic Raids MLP Noise Rec. 1984, 5th pressing (opening on right side and silver labels)
Apocalyptic Raids MLP Metal Blade Rec. 1984 (red lettering and opening on right side of cover)
Apocalyptic Raids Pic-MLP #???/333, 1998
Apocalyptic Raids 1990 A.D. Rock Brigade Rec. Brasil 1990,
Apocalyptic Raids 1990 A.D. MCD Noise Rec., marble brown/yellow cover
Apocalyptic Raids 1990 A.D. MCDNoise Rec./Futurist, black/white cover
Apocalyptic Raids 1990 A.D. Re-Release MCD Noise Rec. 1999, original cover


But I am not ashamed.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have a bunch of stuff on both CD and LP, usually when there is a different bonus track on each formats. Sometimes I'll pick up CD-versions of stuff I already own on vinyl if I come across it cheaply (used bin, NWN-distro, trade) so I have it in a more portable, convenient format, but I'd rather own 10 different releases altogether than 10 different versions of the same release. I also rarely collect every release of a band unless they are all really good. I'd rather buy a good album by an artist not yet represented in my collection over a sub-par release of a band I already have a bunch of albums by just for the sake of completing the collection.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 2:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NWN PROD wrote:
From my memory...

Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" CD Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solsitice" CD German repress on a different label. I don't recall the name. "improved" layout that looks like ass.
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP black vinyl Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP White vinyl Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" Pic LP Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" Tape Turbo
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" Tape Polish version
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" CD first press NWN with bonus tracks and poster.
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" CD second press NWN
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP regular NWN
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP+7" die hard NWN
Goatlord "Reflections of the Solstice" LP+7" test press NWN

Goatlord "Goatlord" CD JL America in Long box
Goatlord "Goatlord" CD JL America
Goatlord "Goatlord" Tape sealed JL America

+ a bunch of original photos, zine interviews, promo photos, etc. I worship the band.

Ok, thanks. Wink

I think most of us with the "collectors bug" have been manifesting it in some way since we were children. If I wasn't so stuck on collecting music I would certainly collect every release from Colliseum Video (WWF/WWE Wrestling VHS!).
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For me... I can be that way, but it really depends on the band and will only do it for a select few. I would rather get a title I don't have at all, instead of getting a slightly different version of something I already have.
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