Wednesday, May 26, 2010

EBAY

So I've just been getting stuff off of eBay recently, lots of rare stuff and some just great deals too.

First up we have a copy of Stay Cold on white. Limited to 1,000.

This is a copy of Strife's Grey on white out of 1,017. I've been meaning to get Strife vinyl.

This is a copy of the Listen to Your Friends single put out as a promotion for the latest LP. On clear limited to 500.

This is a copy of the Listen to Your Friends single put out on Epitaph, 1,334 of these.

This came with the other two NFG records, Not Without a Fight on Orange, Epitaph press, 700 Copies.

This I thought was a copy of the same thing put as a 10" from Revelation, instead it's Epic's single release. Still cool.

This is the rarest copy of the Cold World - Dedicated LP on clear out of 330.

I picked this up at the D.C. Record Fair this past weekend. It's a DJ single of Vanilla Ice's Ice Ice Baby and Play that Funky Music. Yeah, and I got it for 50 cents.

This is a copy of the Not Sorry Moving On 7" from Salad Day Records, the European press. I got this from the band's bigcartel store. Wish I could have the other versions of this press.

This was a great eBay score for the price. It's a copy of the s/t Down to Nothing 7" on red transition, numbered out of 30. Here is a comparison of the transition on the left and the regular version on the right.

Not a big difference but check out this photo as a reference for the different kinds of transitions.

Next we have my winnings from the Six Feet Under Records eBay extravaganza a few weeks ago. Originally I think I only won three of these but to my surprise the next day I had several second chance offers which was awesome. All in all I definitely spent too much, but it was defiantly worth it too.

First is a copy of the Adult Crash Compilation/Book on White, out of 150.


I also picked up the Test Press, out of 35, which is a lot of copies for a test.

This is a copy of the last press of the Cold World/War Hungry Press on grey.

Numbered out of 105. I had a chance to get this at This Is Hardcore, but like an idiot I passed up on it and had to pay more for it in the end.

This is a copy of the split with the War Hungry European Tour sleeve.

Numbered on the back. I now have every version of this split other than the test, and seeing as how much it went for in these auctions, I don't think I'll be getting it anytime soon.

Here is a copy of TC Focus on the Light on Tri-Color. I've now got every version of this one too except for the test. I think it's more likely I'll get the test for this however. This band is definitely going to be like Biggie in 2Pac, meaning that now that they're dead they'll get more recognition. Looking at pictures and video from the last show this past weekend makes me wish I had seen them more. Here's a picture from the last show.

It doesn't get much better than that.

This was the biggest thing I wanted and it originally went for more than I wanted to pay, so good thing for second chances. This is the test press for the Hem Hem 7". I probably spent way too much on this since it's a joke release and not anything memorable, but hey this might be the only time I could've ever gotten it. Oh wait that's right I could've gotten this at This Is Hardcore too, but at that point in my record collecting I had no idea what a good offer would be. I'm kinda bummed about the cover, same thing as the regular version.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

A quick explanation on the quantity(35) of the Adult Crash test presses, since a couple people have asked me why there were so many? I made sure that every band member of every band on the compilation got one of their own, and also a few extras for people that helped out with the release. Each band has 4 or 5 members x 4 bands. Hope that makes sense, since we didn't hoard em, that's for sure. DB

Wade said...

Yeah that makes sense.

GRAVE MISTAKE said...

apparently one of you DID hoard them!