Hey mate! Yup it arrived the other day, just didn't have my setup running so couldn't play it haha...Did you receive this yet?
I like buying a physical product, and you can’t play vinyl in the car, so that leaves CD and cassette, and my car doesn’t have a cassette player, so that leaves CD. And I’m not going out spending who knows what on printable CDs and stickers just to have a product that wouldn’t be as good as if the companies still did it themselves. So until Shogun (and various other labels) start selling CDs again I won’t buy albums from them. That’s my problem, not yours
Thanks for the info, no that will be fineHey mate! Yup it arrived the other day, just didn't have my setup running so couldn't play it haha...
Tried the 10"s last night (not the 12"s), they maybe sound a tiny bit flat, but not bad at all, I'm actually quite pleased considering the Discogs feedback on them. I put the original of Changeling on next to the VIP, and the original sounded a little more crisp and snappier, but the volume was almost identical between them. Didn't test for noise in the quiet bits (can have another listen tonight if you want), but I'm happy to say they're quite DJ-able (especially against a few other releases lately)
I’ve got all that (except Spotify), but I want CDs to have themAssuming you don't live in some third-world country, a new car head unit with bluetooth or an aux port is crazy cheap now. Hell, your savings from not buying a couple of CDs will get you a decent one.
Just chuck all the music you want on your phone, or if you want to truly welcome in the new millenium, Spotify has you covered.
i'm hearing Ed:it LP up next...
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insane Skeptical & SP:MC collab is on here...
did you see my comment in here?:Various Artists - Shuriken Vol. 3
1. Icicle - Dreadnaught Ft. Sp:mc
2. Spectrasoul - Away With Me Ft. Tamara Blessa (Calibre Remix)
3. Friction & K.tee - Set It Off
4. Alix Perez & Sabre - Solitary Native
SHA159 Expected 15 Nov 2019
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THANKS FOR COMPLETELY WASTING A VINYL RELEASE WITH ALL THE TUNES ON THIS PREVIOUSLY RELEASED ON VINYL SHOGUN AUDIO!!! FFS
did you see my comment in here?:
fully agree. some people will be stoked to get the Away With Me remix for cheap, but apart from that its a throwaway pressing with all the tunes available on 45's. Strange decision
to follow my follow-on...
I reckon they should just run FB polls to see what peoples favourite tunes are on releases, or what the sought-after digital-only tunes are that we'd like to see pressed as part of the series.
To validate your vote you put up a picture of the latest record/s you have bought (to filter out all of the people saying 'press this', who don't actually buy anything.
just read this too:Completely missed that thread, which is strange as I usually catch up with all the new stuff in the main forum if I've not been on here in a while. And completely agree with you. This is and probably will be the most pointless release this year!
This entirely. There has been a fair bit of quality on the label of late since their last VA LP like you said, that Was A Be release is another, but as previously mentioned: a label that seemed very much at the top of their game around The Way Of The Warrior LP and before that has fallen SO far from grace to become a mainly liquid shadow of its former self. Seems it's been that way since Alix Perez, Rockwell and Spectrasoul flew the nest, along with all those mentioned and Icicle setting up their own labels.
All the other artist they seem to have got in to bump up their roster don't seem to be doing anything to float my boat either, like Fourward, Ed:it, Joe Ford, Pola & Bryson might have the odd tune on a mediocre LP at best and other stalwarts like Technimatic have been here and there the rest of times.
Quite a likening to the sinking ship that Formation Records became
Well, this didn't last long.just read this too:
We are very proud to present Volume 1 in our new ‘Shuriken Series’. This new vinyl-only range will pull together stand out tracks previously unavailable on wax onto highly collectable limited edition 4 track EP’s each with its own bespoke ‘Shuriken’ design and colour.