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SILVUM

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RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« on: October 25, 2007, 06:15:21 PM »
I was just wondering what's some stuff everyone really wants?

I'll keep mine within reason.. won't bother listing stuff like hyper obscure flexi 7"s.

Kaoru Abe - Live at GAYA 10xcd + 3"cd
Kaoru Abe - Lover, come back to me pt.II Limited Edition mini CD
Kaoru Abe - Bonus CD (Not for sale) Abe, Kondo, Takagi UCCU? 1978. 4. ?
Kan Mikami - 13XCD box
v/a - alchemism cd
Hijokaidan/The Neverending Story of The King of Noise 4xcd
Che Shizu / Yakusoku wa Dekinai cd
Che Shizu / Matataki No cd
Keiji Haino-Purple Trap 4-cd boxed set
Keiji Haino-"So, black is myself " CD   
Keiji Haino-"Sruthi Box" 3" CD
Keiji Haino-“C'est parfait" endoctriné tu tombes la tête la première cd
va - Maboroshi no Meiban – Oiroke 6 CD Box + cdr
Golden Cups box set 10xcd
V.A./ CULT GS BOX 6 CD Set
Akio Suzuki 2XCD on horen (really ANY of his stuff)
Matsuo Ono - World of Electro-Acoustic Sound & Music 1-3
AKABUSHI - Live: T-Shirt Kau te Kure!! CD EP Sticker, 3D "glasses", menu

Ok.. I realize I could go forever.. those are the big ones though...

Some day I'll get those.. and they will be worth the search.
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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2007, 10:27:36 PM »
I might be selling a couple of items you've listed via the web site soon. Keep an eye on the shop...though there's so much I need to work through and decide on what I want to keep and what I can part with, it's a slow process!

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #2 on: October 26, 2007, 12:06:20 PM »
Kan Mikami 13 CD box
Keiji Haino "Reveal'd..."
LSD-march box
Up-Tight Sweet Sister Live
Fushitsusha PSF 3/4 2x LP

To list some that are possible for me to acquire.  Obviously I would love to have copies of the rumored John Duncan cassettes of Fushitsusha, Toshiji Mikawa, etc.  I would also love a copy of archive1 - the Fushitsusha 6CD box.  Unfortunately, those probably aren't going to fall into my lap.

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2007, 03:34:50 AM »

Kaoru Abe - Live at GAYA 10xcd + 3"cd
Hijokaidan/The Neverending Story of The King of Noise 4xcd
Keiji Haino-Purple Trap 4-cd boxed set


to be honest these are more geared towards completists, not that there's anything wrong with that but you may want to bear that in mind.  btw the bonus abe disc from the box is not a 3" CD, it's a short 5" CD.  there is a great 3" bonus abe disc that came with the tokuma archival series which is well worth tracking down though.

jr, the fushitsusha double should be easily findable for ~$130 or so

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #4 on: November 23, 2007, 01:18:39 AM »
Well, I bought from ebay and a French website some rare stuff such as Keiji Haino's "C'est Parfait", "Next Let's Try Chaning the Shape", "Reveal'd to None", and lately I won this double-LP version of Fushitsusha's 1st live - still waitin' for it.

I'm now craving for this Purple Trap 4-cd box set.  :(

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2008, 02:34:22 AM »
Keiji Haino "Reveal'd..."

this one shouldnt be too hard to find..  seen quite a few copies in distros and on ebay (cheaply) recently


not too much stuff on my wantlist, id rather not dwell on it but just buy stuff when i find it.. but really had no luck with:
Bad Sector & Astro - Idio Blast CD

only the last Astro release I need (except a couple older cd-rs i wont bother with..)

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #6 on: August 06, 2008, 05:03:41 AM »
To list some that are possible for me to acquire.  Obviously I would love to have copies of the rumored John Duncan cassettes of Fushitsusha, Toshiji Mikawa, etc.  I would also love a copy of archive1 - the Fushitsusha 6CD box.  Unfortunately, those probably aren't going to fall into my lap.
I just re-read the topic - just one first question: what is this 6-CD set for Fushitsusha??

Then. I'd just would like to cry out I desperately need Kan Mikami's 13-CD box issued on PSF. For the moment I only have the "Kan" album ('75) and each time I listen to his other stuff it's really heart-aching. I feel like I will not buy albums until I'm sure I will never get the box set. Does anybody know how I could find a copy of this release? Any new of an hypothetic reissue? My need for Mikami's songs has been growing recently.

I'm also currently looking for Takayanagi/Abe "Mass Projection" on DIW records.

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #7 on: August 06, 2008, 05:30:17 PM »
The 6CD Fushitsusha thing was not an official release, more like a packaging test for a nascent label. Details can be found here:
http://www.archivecd.com/archives.htm

No plans to reissue the Kan box, as far as I am aware. Unlike the Tomokawa box, its extra disks haven't been released in any other form yet - though the rest of the albums should still all be in print.
And there is a new Kan/Ryojiro Furusawa duo release due out on September 5th, titled 'Tin'.

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« Reply #8 on: August 26, 2008, 07:06:58 PM »
Thanks (I think!) - I'm sorely sorely tempted by a lot of what they're offering there, but I really shouldn't... decisions, decisions.

I'd really like the Fushitsusha and the Haino "Saying I Love You..." and "Koko", but I don't know if I can afford them all. The Fushitsusha it pretty expensive.

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« Reply #9 on: August 27, 2008, 01:03:35 AM »
Thanks (I think!) - I'm sorely sorely tempted by a lot of what they're offering there, but I really shouldn't... decisions, decisions.

I'd really like the Fushitsusha and the Haino "Saying I Love You..." and "Koko", but I don't know if I can afford them all. The Fushitsusha it pretty expensive.
This link is like a handful of deadly blows for the Japanoise record geek. High prices but incredibly rare and wanted releases!
The official Rallizes one is making me cry: $500? Come on! Be my baby. Too bad it's so high, I could have taken it for $300 or so. Does anybody recommend me to get the semi-official releases from Univive? I remember all of them as being excellent quality releases. A quick listing would do, pretty please?

Haino releases are gorgeous here, and the price for "Saying I love You" seems correct - even if it's high, it is the least price on eBay I saw for it. The Fushitsusha release (what a review!  ;D ) is worth its price even if I got it for the half - luckily enough, the ex-owner had to earn money after buying a 2xLP of Fushitsusha 1st. If I were you krakow I'd take it immediately (2-CD set makes the difference). AND "Koko"... painful to see it waiting for us.
However the sruthibox is way too much to pay for a "tiny" 19-minute disc.

Boredoms box set can be bought and re-sold on eBay for great price.

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #10 on: August 27, 2008, 01:23:46 AM »
Johan at Tiliqua is definitely the man to go for if you ever come into an inheritance that you want to blow really quickly. But the quality of his stuff is unsurpassed - as his access to the rarest of rare records. He manages to find things that you never even knew existed. I'd advise you to sign up for his occasional updates, if only to marvel at the gush of his prose.

The Tiliqua label hasn't been mentioned much here, but they've released some gorgeously produced albums - two rare Takayanagi reissues, loads of albums by Japanese porn actresses, Space Machine, Urabe, rare US and Swedish acid folk. And they have a reissue of the Count Buffaloes "Uganda" record just about to hit the shelves.
http://www.tiliqua-records.com/

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #11 on: August 30, 2008, 07:26:51 AM »
So, "Koko" was already gone by the time I emailed him, but I've managed to get the Fushitsusha "Purple Trap" and Haino "Saying I Love You..." CDs, which should hopefully be winging their way to me shortly, if not as we speak.

I feel almost ashamed of spending so much - the Fushitsusha was crazy expensive and probably quite foolish of me, but I'm OK with the "Saying I Love You..." price. I have to admit that my hand quavered over the 'confirm payment' button quite significantly. Perhaps the ensuing poverty will be part of the added encouragement I need to find myself a long-promised better job though...

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #12 on: August 30, 2008, 11:08:43 PM »
Hello.  Could someone please post John at Tiliqua's email address? I prefer not to use a mac mail account...

Thanks!

William





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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #13 on: August 31, 2008, 01:34:49 AM »
The email address is tiliqua (at) fg8 (dot) so-net (dot) ne (dot) jp

Hope that helps, not sure what you mean by not wanting to use a mac mail account...?

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Re: RELEASES YOU WANT REALLY BADLY
« Reply #14 on: August 31, 2008, 05:38:38 AM »
So, "Koko" was already gone by the time I emailed him, but I've managed to get the Fushitsusha "Purple Trap" and Haino "Saying I Love You..." CDs, which should hopefully be winging their way to me shortly, if not as we speak.

I feel almost ashamed of spending so much - the Fushitsusha was crazy expensive and probably quite foolish of me, but I'm OK with the "Saying I Love You..." price. I have to admit that my hand quavered over the 'confirm payment' button quite significantly. Perhaps the ensuing poverty will be part of the added encouragement I need to find myself a long-promised better job though...
Congratulations for Purple Trap (it's expensive, I think you did right though) and Haino album. I wanted to get this one but I don't have that much money left. When you receive the CDs, I would be interested to know how much time it took to be shipped in Europe, please!  :)