We need to keep voting. It's incredibly close right now and there's less than 8 hours time remaining. Remember, you can vote once every hour and if you use your phone as well as your computer you can vote twice every hour. Let's do this for John, we were able to take down Master of Puppets in the "greatest metal album of all time" poll so it's not like we can't get it done.
The Red/Gold swirl edition is now sold out. Can't wait for mine to be delivered. There are still regular black ones available but since they're only 1500 in total I'm suggesting that if you're thinking about ordering one, do it now rather than later.
To EnjoyTheRideRecords, can't wait for more albums to be re-released on vinyl. I'd like to own them all. :)
[quote=EnjoyTheRideRecords]The $75 shipping for international was an error and has been changed by Brookvale records to $45 or something which is the exact cost from the usps with tracking.
Very sorry about that and if you already ordered then please email me in regards to a partial shipping refund [/quote]
Yeah, I already paid for it. To which address do I send the email?
I'd say that Octavarium is their real "masterpiece", but I feel that The Count of Tuscany deserves an honorary mention as well. Most of my favorite tracks are from the "Images and Words" to "Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence" era though but there's something about these two really long and epic tracks that just overwhelm me each time I listen to them, especially Octavarium.
Really looking forward to the new album, especially now that we know for a fact that Mike will be writing with the rest of the guys. I think JP recently confirmed that once and for all in an interview which means they won't be writing it ADToE-style after all (without a drummer).
I'm hoping for a record in which the melodies get their chance to really shine. Personally I'm hoping for the kind of songwriting that gave birth to Scenes From A Memory but of course I'm open to whatever the guys have in store for us. :)
Anything and everything related to the concert in Stockholm (anticipation, M&G, reviews)