We buy White Albums

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  1. AlienRendel

    AlienRendel Forum Resident Thread Starter

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  2. Pennywise

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    Fascinating.
     
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  3. Looks like he bought an eBay one that people were making fun of here.
     
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  4. Mr. Bob Dobalena

    Mr. Bob Dobalena Forum Resident

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    I'll bet Yoko would dig this project!
     
  5. hamholio

    hamholio Forum Resident

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    Wish I could drop by and thumb through those racks!
     
  6. AlienRendel

    AlienRendel Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    If I was in NYC, I would absolutely go check it out!
     
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  7. Scroller

    Scroller Hair Metal, Smooth Jazz, New Age...it's all good

    Dust & Grooves is a fantastic site! Worthwhile to click on the ARCHIVES tab and check out some of the past interviews. :thumbsup:
     
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  8. Thurenity

    Thurenity Listening to some tunes

    This guy would fit in well on the forum.

    :hide:
     
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  9. Jimi Bat

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    hope this does not up the price on white albums.
     
  10. wayved

    wayved Guest

    interesting
     
  11. Great idea!
     
  12. JulesDassin

    JulesDassin Forum Resident

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    Q: Are you a vinyl collector?
    A: Yes, I collect White Albums.
    Q: Do you listen to vinyl records on regular basis?
    A: I listen to the White Album every day.
    Q: You play it every day, non- stop. What are you trying to achieve?
    A: While at Recess, I’m listening to and recording the albums and documenting the covers. The albums I listen to get put up on the “staff picks” wall. At the end of the exhibition, I will press a new double-LP made from all the recordings layered upon each other. It will be like playing a few hundred copies of the White Album at once, each scratched and warped in its own way.

    he is #0000000001 for greatest white album fan ever
     
  13. Jayski

    Jayski Forum Resident

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    I think he's a nut job.
     
  14. getitgoin

    getitgoin Forum Resident

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    Fantastic!
     
  15. Thurenity

    Thurenity Listening to some tunes

    Anyone who listens to Revolution 9 on a daily basis is going to have a screw loose.

    (hides again)
     
  16. Stun Guitar

    Stun Guitar Active Member

    Love it.
     
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  17. Pennywise

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    :biglaugh: :biglaugh::biglaugh:
     
  18. Colin Allstations

    Colin Allstations Forum Resident

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    I'm going to do something similar for R.E.M.'s 'Monster'.
     
  19. One Louder

    One Louder Well-Known Member

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    When I lived in Ottawa I remember seeing a cheap copy of The White Album at Legends Records I kind of regret not buying. The original owner had drawn all over the cover but it was actually really good artwork. They had made illustrations for all the songs just like the Cheap Thrills album cover, some of it was pretty funny. If I had a digital camera on me at the time I would have taken a picture.
     
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  20. Andrew Moore

    Andrew Moore Active Member

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    That's what I call modern art: ambition without talent. (Yes, Yoko included).
     
  21. Thurenity

    Thurenity Listening to some tunes

    I'm going to do the same for Herb Alpert's "Going Places"

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    I should have a few hundred of these within a week or two .... (heads out to local thrifts)
     
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  22. Mylene

    Mylene Senior Member

    Those missing 100,000 albums is the revelation of the year, so far. :p

    Q: 2,700,000 to 2,800,000 you have nothing. what happened there?
    A: I’m really not sure, but guessing that maybe these numbers weren’t printed. Or maybe, though statistically unlikely, I just haven’t come across any in this range.
    Q: I’m really curious now. Aren’t you?
    A: Of course I am. I want to buy them.
    Q: I’m sure you can find some answers out there. Maybe talk to some other Beatles collectors?
    A: None of the Beatles freaks I’ve talked to so far know about this. From inspecting the markings on the end-grooves, I see that all my albums in the 2,600,000’s were manufactured in the Capitol Records Los Angeles factory, whereas the albums in the 2,800,000’s were all from the Scranton factory. So maybe some numbers were lost in-between.
     
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  23. One Louder

    One Louder Well-Known Member

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    Maybe I'll do a version with copies of Carole King's Tapestry (a tapestry of Tapestry?) or maybe some James Last albums.
     
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  24. 1970

    1970 Forum Resident

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    Man, those are some of the crustiest copies of the White Album I have seen. But they have character, don't they? Each one tells a story.

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  25. rallizes

    rallizes Forum Resident

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    This is cool.
     
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