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As long as it’s the WaxTrax LSD you did. Thanks friend.
Huh... That's so confusing, and one of the reasons why I don't like to use Bandcamp. The 30th Anniversary remaster is on there twice.

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It's difficult to tell the difference in the app. I had to switch to desktop and inspect the URL to see which one was which. It's bonkers that there are two legitimate 30th anniversary remasters on there, owned by presumably two different rights-holders.
 

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Huh... That's so confusing, and one of the reasons why I don't like to use Bandcamp. The 30th Anniversary remaster is on there twice.

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Buy this one to support vav

It's difficult to tell the difference in the app. I had to switch to desktop and inspect the URL to see which one was which. It's bonkers that there are two legitimate 30th anniversary remasters on there, owned by presumably two different rights-holders.
Who said there were two legitimate versions.
 
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As a local music advocate, my opinion might seem biased, but I highly recommend checking out the new album from Oakland group M Jones & the Melee. I actually did a small write-up for them in a column I have in a local rag.

Here's they are playing one of their songs off that album:
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If you want to check out other recent independent releases by (mostly) east bay artists, check out my site ConcordRockCity.com Some notable acts that might be worth your time include Mourning Mountains, Starlung, Hear in Color, and My Evergreen Soul.
 
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As a local music advocate, my opinion might seem biased, but I highly recommend checking out the new album from Oakland group M Jones & the Melee. I actually did a small write-up for them in a column I have in a local rag.

Here's they are playing one of their songs off that album:
(Link to media)


If you want to check out other recent independent releases by (mostly) east bay artists, check out my site ConcordRockCity.com Some notable acts that might be worth your time include Mourning Mountains, Starlung, Hear in Color, and My Evergreen Soul.
It's also BandCamp Friday, so if you find something you like, you should buy it before midnight tonight.
 
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Whether you live in my area or not, if you want to find some new music you'd otherwise never find, I made www.ConcordRockCity.com whichlinks you to the BandCamp pages of new releases from mostly East Bay bands and artists of all genres. I don't list the genre, so if you're into a particular kinda sound I can help guide you to something you might dig. There's some pretty good shit there.

I also have a weekly radio show now (remember FM radio?): www.TheBeatofDiablo.com
 
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