When the chance of a bargain comes along it really is hard to resist. So when my favourite distro Different Kitchen Records had a sale on it seemed a shame not to get involved.
First up was a record I’d been wanting for a while. “30 Years Live” by Bad Religion. Now with a vinyl release this year, limited to 1000 copies on clear vinyl.
One of the greatest punk rock bands, now this is mine, very pleased.
And whilst there, with the sale on I grabbed a copy of the Leatherface album “The Stormy Petrel”. I met Frankie Stubbs some twenty plus years ago, such a great band. I’m not sure what pressing this in, it’s a grey/green swirl with colours, looks amazing. On No Idea Records.
I also plumped for an album by The No Marks called “Light Of One”. Released in 2014 on Brassneck Records, this is on clear vinyl with blue & red splatter, limited to 319 copies.
A rather excellent haul for sure!