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WORK OF ART @ Firefest 2012

Discussion in 'Divebomb Records' started by TribunalRecords, Oct 27, 2012.

  1. TribunalRecords

    TribunalRecords Record Label(s)/Vocalist

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    Pretty bummed I couldn't make it, but this video is fun despite a few rough spots. When they get to the first chorus you can tell they are shocked people are singing along.

    Their two albums are the best AOR on the market currently. Simply catchy as hell.

     
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  2. Justin G

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    Missing Ten, Tyketto and Royal Hunt with DC Cooper is what kills me. I'm going next year. That's all there is to it.
     
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    My friend Eric played keys with some of the bands and his stories are making me even more jealous!

    By the way, agree 100% about WoA.
     
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    Still need to get In Progress. For Frontiers being the huge label that they are, their distro kinda sucks and all their releases are way overpriced. You'd think that with piracy in full effect, they would make some effort to make their releases a bit more affordable. 17 DOLLARS IS TOO MUCH FOR A NEW CD.
     
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    Amazon usually has their new releases at a more reasonable rate, but it's never going to be like Century or Metal Blade releases where FYE has them for $10. They just don't have that kind of distribution (or let's face it, demand) here.
     
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    They actually have a good portion of their new releases in our local record store, Coconuts, which is ran by the same company as FYE. They even had the new Royal Hunt, which I was shocked to see. Too bad it was priced at 18 dollars, and I just kinda have a moral issue with paying that much for a new cd.

    I know that demand isn't the reason for their prices. It's all about making more money. Unique Leader (a much smaller label) sells their releases for 12 in FYE.
     
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    Wow, you still have a Coconuts? I'm jealous. I never shopped there for new music, but I picked up a bloody ton of good used discs at the one in Manassas, VA before it closed about 5 years ago.
     
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    That's what everybody says!

    Yeah, our FYE closed, but the Coconuts stayed open. I don't go there very often because no one wants to get rid of cds and get a buck (their standard rate these days), so every time I go there it's the same old stuff.
     

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