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TorontoMatt 09/06/12 10:08 AM

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Originally Posted by cherrycokewhore (Post 112691932)
I would rather he not. I would much rather have another Almost record.

The almost isn't the same to me. I prefer what he did in Underoath. Some Will Seek Forgiveness and I'm Content with Losing are some of his best works in my opinion. The the singles for DTGL were all splendid. His voice is great in small doses so the Almost is just too much for me.

Hail Lelouch 09/06/12 10:10 AM

Well if these are being repressed, that gives me some hope that Define might be at some point, which would be fucking sweet

CoheedForever 09/06/12 10:17 AM

Should be Define the Great Line.

ManchesterOrch8 09/06/12 10:30 AM

Just as I was gonna unload my original pressing of TOCS...


I knew I should have done it weeks ago.

randomacts 09/06/12 10:53 AM

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Originally Posted by ManchesterOrch8 (Post 112693152)
Just as I was gonna unload my original pressing of TOCS...


I knew I should have done it weeks ago.


I bought an original pressing last week and now I'm thoroughly regretting that purchase.

ManchesterOrch8 09/06/12 11:06 AM

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Originally Posted by randomacts (Post 112693932)
I bought an original pressing last week and now I'm thoroughly regretting that purchase.

Well, I mean for big collectors, this stuff doesn't matter. But the casual UnderOath fan isn't going to pay 3 or 4 times more just for OP.


One of the main things that record had going for it is that there were only 1000 or so copies, ever printed.

randomacts 09/06/12 11:24 AM

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Originally Posted by ManchesterOrch8 (Post 112694282)
Well, I mean for big collectors, this stuff doesn't matter. But the casual UnderOath fan isn't going to pay 3 or 4 times more just for OP.


One of the main things that record had going for it is that there were only 1000 or so copies, ever printed.


Definitely not a casual fan. Glad I got it but my wallet for sure is not. Ill probably not play it and just play the new pressing.

Drew Beringer 09/06/12 11:27 AM

need Define The Great Line to get pressed next

svd9988 09/06/12 11:35 AM

I loved their last album, I guess alot of people didnt

aradiantsunrise 09/06/12 11:36 AM

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Originally Posted by CoheedForever (Post 112692742)
Should be Define the Great Line.

Agreed. Might get TOCS when it comes to Hot Topic though.

mjpistons 09/06/12 11:58 AM

I'm glad they're not repressing the gold color. The OP is too classy to be diluted with a repress.

theHECKLER 09/06/12 12:07 PM

Wonder if TOCS will have Re-issue highlights- You're So Intricate and I've got 10 friends...

reid 09/06/12 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by jaredohgren (Post 112690012)
finally can own TOCS...just not on gold. :(

one day, i might unload my gold vinyl of TOCS. I've got the first two albums still sealed, too (Act of Depression and Cries of the Past).

SkateFirm21 09/06/12 12:33 PM

Love the records, but not sure if i would really want them on vinyl...

setyourgoalsx3 09/06/12 01:15 PM

miss these dudes. wish tooth and nail would let them go so they could actually be funded by a better label