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I've done special orders through Gemm associates with good results.

Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
> I still say eBay is the best source.Acoustic Sounds is not going to sell somebody like Jet,or Franz Ferdinand,last time I looked.
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>                                      Roger
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> Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Hi Dave:
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> Here are a couple, both charge list or near list and both will send you a nice catalog full of eye 
> candy:
> http://store.acousticsounds.com/store.cfm
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> https://www.musicdirect.com/default.asp
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> Beware the "racks and racks" of audiophoolery but I've found both quick and reliable with shipping 
> and returns/exchanges. Any returns I've had to make have been QC problems, mainly the fault of 
> Classic Records. None of it has been the fault of the retailers but they handled customer care 
> exactly as promised.
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> One of my fave used LP stores, the Bop Shop in Rochester NY, has some new LPs for sale, generally at 
> or near list price.
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> As for reissue labels, I haven't had one bad experience with Analogue Productions. Their stuff is 
> consistently great. The Classic Records mastering is usually first rate but as I've said, their 
> manufacturing is not always (but I have always gotten un-gouged or scuffed copies in exchange, so 
> apparently their manufacturer is capable of excellent work). Speakers Corner has an interesting and 
> growing catalog. I was thrilled to see this record back out, from a new player in the UK, 
> PurePleasure:
> http://store.acousticsounds.com/browse_detail.cfm?Title_ID=15611&sct=music
> my original LP was unplayable, a garage sale purchase.
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> Reviews have been good for Warner Music's recent LPs, but I must say that I have a hard time with 
> the main reviewers of LPs these days, as they seem caught up in audiophoolery and myths.
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> My usual caveat -- there's no reason an LP should sound better than a CD except for bad or 
> primative/early CD mastering. Almost every LP I've bought new in the last 5 years was not out on CD 
> (either out of print or never issued) or was done horribly on CD.
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> -- Tom Fine
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> -- Tom Fine
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> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "David Breneman" 
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] They're still making vinyl
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>> --- Roger and Allison Kulp  wrote:
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>>>  I know I am probably the only one here,who actively collects
>>> select "contemporary" (post-1990) rock artists,and buys vinyl
>>> exclusively.Vinyl never went away...
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>> So, where do you go to buy new LPs?  Do you have to order
>> them through the mail, or are there places you can go
>> to browse through them like in days of yore?
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>> David Breneman         [log in to unmask]
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