Monday, 28 September 2009
5OO only on clear purple, released in 84 and is the first press of about 5! So many different colour permutations on the logos and back photographs you'd be better off checking misfits central out. Got this in an Ebay deal and spent probably too much for my measly budget to sustain but luckily I'd sold some shit previously that came to this price..bada bing! Unfortunately the down side to paying a fair whack for a rare record is that you can be hit by a customs charge if the stupid seller puts it's actual value on their customs form. Tip to record buyers....always make it a habit to ask sellers to mark no value and gift on their customs form or be prepared for customs to tax your ass!
Thursday, 17 September 2009
Thursday, 3 September 2009
I've never really been that bothered about picking this up before now but came to the swift conclusion that a) it's colour vinyl and b) its the Misfits. Seems like yesterday when this was released but infact it was 95 and god knows why I didn't pick this up at the time. Only 3500 on clear green world wide with 6000 on clear red and only a mere 100 on clear. this variant and the clear red are the easiest to find and pick up without spending mega bucks. The most interesting fact about this record is that six of the tracks are not songs the Misfits recorded as a functioning band. They were recorded in 1986, several years after the Misfits broke up, by Glenn Danzig and Samhain bassist Eerie Von for a sequel to Walk Among Us.