Take my money! Pre-orders.*

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by zoomin, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. zoomin

    zoomin Forum Resident Thread Starter

    What artists, if any, get your money, pre-ordered, every time they announce new material, no questions asked, with no need to even hear a single song off the new release?
     
  2. lesterbangs

    lesterbangs Forum Resident

    Ryan Adams
    Conor Oberst
    Courtney Barnett
    Kurt Vile
    Father John Misty
    The War on Drugs
     
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  3. SJP

    SJP Forum Resident

    Location:
    Anaheim
    Steven Wilson
     
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  4. If I Can Dream_23

    If I Can Dream_23 Forum Resident

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    United States
    Anything Kiss, if it's regarding pre-1996 material/reissues.

    Anything Led Zeppelin that is "new". But only Led Zeppelin literally. I'm not as eager about stuff like "Celebration Day" or "Page/Plant" stuff. Even though that stuff is fairly enjoyable.

    That's honestly the only two I can think of.

    Even borderline "No questions asked artists" like Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney or The Beatles, I have slight discretion on. :p
     
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  5. zoomin

    zoomin Forum Resident Thread Starter

    I ask this minutes after pre-ordering the recently announced Dead Can Dance release.

    After their last effort I did hesitate, but in the end I popped for it.
     
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  6. zoomin

    zoomin Forum Resident Thread Starter

    yes!
     
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  7. Madness

    Madness Forum Resident

    Location:
    Maryland, USA
    Iron Maiden
    Iced Earth
    Primal Fear
    Wolf
    Airbourne
     
  8. majorlance

    majorlance Open-minded skeptic

    Location:
    Collingswood, NJ
    No one.
    I simply don't have that kind of money to throw around!
     
  9. hutlock

    hutlock Forum Resident

    Location:
    Cleveland, OH, USA
    Teenage Fanclub
    Spiritualized
    Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
    Gene Clark
    Miles Davis
    Brian Eno
     
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  10. Colocally

    Colocally One Of The New Wave Boys

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    Surrey BC.
    Same, there was a time when Bowie was an instant buy whatever was released, but I have had to cut back over the last 10 years.
     
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  11. zoomin

    zoomin Forum Resident Thread Starter

    No doubt I'd be better off following your lead, but I am a bit stupid that way :/
     
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  12. Greg Eagle

    Greg Eagle Well-Known Member

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    Tampa
    None anymore. I used to have a long list of "no questions asked where do I pay" artists until around the 00's. Now, I want to hear and sample it first before I drop any money. But, I am always on the lookout for new compelling music.
     
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  13. wwaldmanfan

    wwaldmanfan Forum Resident

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    NJ, USA
    Although David Rawlings most recent album was a bit of a letdown, Gillian Welch can do no wrong in my book, and as a duo they are about as good as it gets, especially live.

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  14. leeroy jenkins

    leeroy jenkins Forum Resident

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    I think only Jack White at this point.
     
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  15. tomd

    tomd Forum Resident

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    Brighton,Colorado
    Thievery Corporation
    The Greenhornes (although they haven’t released and album since 2011)
     
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  16. NorthNY Mark

    NorthNY Mark Forum Resident

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    Canton, NY, USA
    CousteauX
    The Dears
    Kate Bush
    Joe Jackson
    Neil Finn
     
  17. Before today I would've said The Monkees, but I just found out they're putting out an X-mas album so I think that streak is broke.

    So I guess now just Mike Nesmith solo, Neko Case, Lydia Loveless and Dar Williams.
     
  18. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. Forum Resident

    No one.
     
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  19. Old Fred

    Old Fred Forum Resident

    Yeah, baby!! I have all of Wilson's XTCs, Tull's, and Yes's mixes. Killer stuff.
     
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  20. ECK

    ECK Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Baltimore
    Livin in the ****in' golden age right now y'all. The following are all absolutely no-hesitation blind purchases for me... and I'm on a teacher's salary!

    Hiss Golden Messenger
    Joan Shelley /// Nathan Salsburg
    William Tyler
    Will Oldham / BPB
    Gillian Welch /// David Rawlings
    The War on Drugs
    Spoon
    Nina Nastasia
    Joanna Newsom
    Nils Frahm
    Leyland Kirby / Caretaker
     
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  21. fmfxray373

    fmfxray373 Forum Resident

    Location:
    san diego
    McCartney
    Dylan
    Ian Hunter
    Coldplay
    Elvis Costello
    Van Morrison

    That would be a new cd or perhaps standard LP release. Not necessarily a deluxe box set. I can usually afford the $11.99 cd release special. Although with my Target downsizing and Best Buy ending cd sales
    newer cds are more $$ because you have to go to B & N and pay more than list price or order online.
     
  22. forthlin

    forthlin Forum Resident

    Beatles/Solo and Springsteen are the only artists that completely qualify, and if all of the Bruce archival sets are included, not even he makes cut. Some that are close: Stones and Dylan.
     
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  23. lesterbangs

    lesterbangs Forum Resident

    I got to see them "crash" a Conor Oberst show at the Ryman a few years ago. It was lovely.
     
  24. Izozeles

    Izozeles Rock’roll Stalker

    Location:
    Santiago de Chile
    Prince
    My Bloody Valentine
    Lou Reed
     
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  25. MYKE

    MYKE Columbia 6 Eye Mono - 1958

    Those days are over for me.
     
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