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Still Day Beneath The Sun - Vinyl?

Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by Azules31, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. Azules31

    Azules31 Member

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    Just curious if the song appears on any of the Blackwater Park pressings at all? I really love the song and am really curious to hear it on vinyl.
     
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    αlphaWhore Léase "alfajor"

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    I think the original single was released on vinyl, but I'm not sure.
     
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    Witcher Into the trees...

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    The vinyl single was on the Opeth store as an exclusive - on the official website for £40 :Smug:
     
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    Black Session Heretic Misanthrope

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    not exactly a price that will sell a lot of copies ... opeth for the rich
     
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    ever dying Forlorn Faeces!

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    I has it too.. :oops:

    Check Ebay if you wanna buy a copy I guess..
     
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    you see them on vinyl on ebay all the time, usually go for between 60-90$, i got mine for about 70$

    it appears on the rerelease of blackwater park (the 2 disc edition) if im not mistaken
     
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    You can find it on the limited edition bonus CD of Blackwater Park.
    I have it.
     
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    Mr Samsara Misanthropic Moderator

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    I think I got my vinyl 7" when it came out for like $5. It's like the only vinyl I own. LOL :)
     
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    I've got the LE Double Disk, but I kinda just want the 7".

    Thanks guys.
     
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    AlexGuinness The Collector

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    The black vinyl version is still available as an exclusing through the band's webstore, still at £40.

    I have parted ways with my black vinyl ones already, I have only kept the grey vinyl one (a gift from the coolest and possibly most elusive member of this forum!).

    Both tracks are available on the special editions of BWP. Both amazing tracks. One of them was also available on a MFN promo CD too, although I cannot remember which track now. The CD was called "Futures" from memory, it is around here somewhere too.
     
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    Was that member Mendez? Rofl.

    Man that gray vinyl must be epic.
     

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