I've been a Spazz fan since they dropped their 1st 7 inch on Slapaham records back in 1993. One of those band that had a massive output of releases, being a collector of their stuff can be a challanging experience. I did manage to pick this up recently on eGay fairly cheap considering it usually goes for more than I paid and it is one of their rarer and more sought after releases. 100 on pink and there's no writing or owt on the labels or sleeve. A nice item and I'm one step further to completeing the spazz collection not that I ever expect to own that 1" single, like.
Another record store day exclusive, a new track by the almighty Slayer, on red vinyl in superb packaging. Ace track as well, sounds like a return to form but my guess is that the rest of the album whenever it comes out won't be anywhere near as good as this.
Another long time want that I finally managed to get. I only had the second press on regular black so was happy to get this at last on colour with the Black sabbath sleeve. Two snags though, it wasn't all too cheap and the cover is a bit bent so that cunt won't be getting any positive feedback,still nice to have this anyway. When's the repress finally coming out though?
Always nice when you finaly get something that's been on your wants list, even better when it's a bargain to boot. This cost £5.50 off eGay which surprised me when I won it. I just left a bid, my maximum price I was willing to pay and came back to it afterwards. As luck would have it no-one had gone past my initial bid so I got it for just 50 pence more than it was when I placed the bid even though I'd put a maximum down for a lot more. Anyway what more needs be said about this classic hardcore record. We all know the singer when on to score fame in the shitty band Rage against the machine (utter wank!!) but this is still amazing. 1000 were pressed on blue and they don't pop up that often so I 'm glad it's crossed off my list at last.