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LooksLikeABabyRat
Jun 26, 2008

Oh yeah, I'd nibble that cheese.


Mine: http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=rapebagel

Edit: Aw man, new page.

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The Doo Do Chasers
Dec 27, 2008

Life is overwhelming


It looks like I'm the odd man out since I don't have Big Black - He's a Whore/The Model

Here is me:
http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=kidrush

RizieN
May 15, 2004

and it was still hot.


I've been meaning to sign up but I don't have the time to actually go through my catalog...

I imagine it'd take all loving day to get it proper, how long did it take most of you guys with fairly sizeable collections?

LooksLikeABabyRat
Jun 26, 2008

Oh yeah, I'd nibble that cheese.


RizieN posted:

I've been meaning to sign up but I don't have the time to actually go through my catalog...

I imagine it'd take all loving day to get it proper, how long did it take most of you guys with fairly sizeable collections?

I have almost 300 records and I did it in one afternoon while I was home from work sick. I took them out in stacks. To my left on the couch was uncatalogued, right in front of me was my laptop, and to my right I'd stack the ones I'd cataloged. I think it took me about 3 and a half hours.

The Doo Do Chasers
Dec 27, 2008

Life is overwhelming


RizieN posted:

I've been meaning to sign up but I don't have the time to actually go through my catalog...

I imagine it'd take all loving day to get it proper, how long did it take most of you guys with fairly sizeable collections?

I just add poo poo when I get it. I sold most of my records a few years ago, so I started from scratch around the time I got a discogs account.

RizieN
May 15, 2004

and it was still hot.


Yea, I've been meaning to do it on some lazy sunday, but I spend my lazy days being lazy... Maybe I can talk my wife into helping me.

Stunt_enby
Feb 6, 2010

I SHIT UP EVERY THREAD I POST IN, IF YOU SEE ME IN FYAD CHAIN PROBATE ME


Quick notice for anyone who's into folk-punk bullshit: The kickstarter for Live the Dream by Ramshackle Glory only has a day left on it and it's about 60 away from the goal. 12 bucks gets you the record shipped to the US (20 for overseas), and if you're weird, 5 dollars gets you the tape. Link is here.

CPL593H
Oct 28, 2009

I know what you did last summer, and frankly I am displeased.

I'm way too lazy to put my collection up on discogs. You fuckers are committed.

doug fuckey
Jun 7, 2007

hella greenbacks

CPL593H posted:

I'm way too lazy to put my collection up on discogs. You fuckers are committed.

Yeah geez. And then you have to figure out if you have the canadian version or some poo poo like that and oh no you got it wrong it was actually the reissue seven months later or whatever. But I only have like 50 88 records so I dunno why I'm saying this

doug fuckey fucked around with this message at 23:27 on Apr 4, 2012

Blendy
Jun 18, 2007

She thinks I'm a haughty!



Here's mine http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=blendy

I keep meaning to finish it...I have so many more to add. Problem is is that a lot of stuff I got from my dad is Jazz and Big Band records that aren't on Discogs and I really don't want to add them...

I guess I might just leave them out...but then I'll feel bad.

Not even going to lie I've kind of been saving this project for when I have some down time where I want to do something fun. That's right...this kind of stuff is fun for me...

CPL593H
Oct 28, 2009

I know what you did last summer, and frankly I am displeased.

big business sloth posted:

Yeah geez. And then you have to figure out if you have the canadian version or some poo poo like that and oh no you got it wrong it was actually the reissue seven months later or whatever. But I only have like 50 records so I dunno why I'm saying this

Yeah I have something in the neighborhood of 400-500, so it'd be a lot more time consuming for me. And I know that's considered a modest collection, so I can't imagine how dedicated people who have 2000 records must be to list all that.

put both hands in
Nov 28, 2007

FYFE


Soiled Meat

big business sloth posted:

Yeah geez. And then you have to figure out if you have the canadian version or some poo poo like that and oh no you got it wrong it was actually the reissue seven months later or whatever. But I only have like 50 records so I dunno why I'm saying this

My main trouble is when I want to add that used Beatles record I picked up, and I have to figure out which of the 40-odd pressings it is. I'm sure my Beatles collection isn't correct

Anyway, here's mine: http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=dflanny

thebigpicture
Nov 14, 2007


CPL593H posted:

I'm way too lazy to put my collection up on discogs. You fuckers are committed.

Thank god I started doing this as soon as I started. But I don't a have a huge collection, anyway. Yet.

http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=rumdiary

lament.cfg
Dec 28, 2006


when i die, bury me inside the lambic store






I just found a copy of the soundtrack for A Clockwork Orange and the 'soundtrack' of stuff from Mel Brooks movies. Noice.

Ron Burgundy
Dec 24, 2005
This burrito is delicious, but it is filling.

I live at my girlfriend's house, and the bulk of my 3000+ plus collection does not, So I have added a fraction of the fugitives I am hiding here:

http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=damien86

Wilbur Swain
Sep 13, 2007

These are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I have others.

http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=Wilbur_Swain

I'm up to W in my LPs.

CPL593H
Oct 28, 2009

I know what you did last summer, and frankly I am displeased.

I picked up this EP today based purely on the ridiculousness of the cover:

It sounds exactly how it looks. I'd never heard of this band before and I don't typically take an interest in metal. But the camp factor of this cover was just through the roof so I had to have it. I actually kind of like it. And upon googling it, it turns out it has a fairly interesting history(moral panic! Tipper Gore!) and often sells for decent prices(I paid five bucks). I'm glad I picked it up. I love making discoveries like this. The music is very much in the category of "I'm not even sure if they were serious".

Jeff Wiiver
Jul 13, 2007


Speaking of ridiculous album covers, I'm lucky enough to be friends with a guy who works at a record store, and I came across this when I was flipping through their bins one day.



After we had stopped laughing at how bad it looked, he let me keep it for free. It sounds about as bad as you could imagine.

CPL593H
Oct 28, 2009

I know what you did last summer, and frankly I am displeased.

Jeff Wiiver posted:

Speaking of ridiculous album covers, I'm lucky enough to be friends with a guy who works at a record store, and I came across this when I was flipping through their bins one day.



After we had stopped laughing at how bad it looked, he let me keep it for free. It sounds about as bad as you could imagine.

Holy poo poo. That's the king of awful covers. And as bad as it is the title is even worse. I'd absolutely buy that if I saw it.

nadabolt
May 17, 2009


not much, but maybe some interesting stuff? I only recently started collecting aggressively so hey.

http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=sockrocker79

The Doo Do Chasers
Dec 27, 2008

Life is overwhelming


Jeff Wiiver posted:

Speaking of ridiculous album covers, I'm lucky enough to be friends with a guy who works at a record store, and I came across this when I was flipping through their bins one day.



After we had stopped laughing at how bad it looked, he let me keep it for free. It sounds about as bad as you could imagine.

I see so many god drat Y&T records around town cloggin' up the metal sections.

It is pretty fun looking at you dude's discogs but I can't get past the C's with out getting bored. Sorry guys.

nadabolt posted:

not much, but maybe some interesting stuff? I only recently started collecting aggressively so hey.

http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=sockrocker79

That is one hell of a noise rock collection.

The Doo Do Chasers fucked around with this message at 07:27 on Apr 5, 2012

Terminally Bored
Oct 31, 2011



nadabolt posted:

not much, but maybe some interesting stuff? I only recently started collecting aggressively so hey.

http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=sockrocker79

Homostupids fan! Great collection (love that Brain Sugar LP).
Do you know Folded Shirt? It's a 'Stupids side project of sorts. Mongloid-Beefartian punk. They just released their final 7'':
http://fashionableidiotsrecords.ban...bum/mouth-clock

Couple of comments on your wishlist:
"Destination Lonely" (both on CD and LP) is still avaiable from Nick Phillips
http://www.corduroy.com.au/
shipping from Australia is a bitch, but seeing you're a Slicks fan that wouldn't be a problem.

Royal Headache is getting a stateside repress on What's Your Rupture:
http://whatsyourrupture.bigcartel.c...-lp-cd-preorder

You probably know that "Marines" 7'' is now priced around 50 bucks (or more). It's not going to drop anywhere soon since Chris Woodhouse will not repress any of the Mayyors releases. Got lucky getting the second press of "Deads" back in the day.

nadabolt
May 17, 2009


thanks for the big ups!

yeah I have crappy mp3s of their first single. their LP and 7"ers are on my to-buy list (along with some Factorymen stuff)

THANKS for the tip on that Slicks LP, I immediately got in contact with that guy. Those things go for unruly prices everywhere I seem em, so shipping is no concern.

Duckula
Aug 31, 2001

do not resuscitate



Here's mine. Not massive as I've only been collecting for 6 months - http://www.discogs.com/collection?user=duckula

Terminally Bored
Oct 31, 2011



nadabolt posted:

THANKS for the tip on that Slicks LP, I immediately got in contact with that guy. Those things go for unruly prices everywhere I seem em, so shipping is no concern.

No problem. By the way, "On Your Knees" is getting a reissue on Almost Ready Records in about a month or so. And there's a new Slicks LP on the way this year, on Columbus Discount.

on topic:

Top 3 Reasons To Love Mark Arm Other Than Him Playing In Mudhoney:
1. He also played in Monkeywrench and Bloodloss.
2. He's an overall swell guy.
3. He asked Sub Pop to reissue this:
http://www.subpop.com/releases/feed..._aberrant_years
38 bucks for 4LPs, people.

This is heavy rock history right there. "Shovel" is a bloody classic.

doug fuckey
Jun 7, 2007

hella greenbacks

The Doo Do Chasers posted:

That is one hell of a noise rock collection.

yikes, this is crazy. cool stuff

JehovahsWetness
Dec 9, 2005

bang that shit retarded


CPL593H posted:

I'm way too lazy to put my collection up on discogs. You fuckers are committed.

Yeah, I've never really made an effort because there's just to much stuff missing from Discogs. The bar to make a useful/acceptable DB entry is too high for me to really bother (tracklisting, photos, etc). RYM has a more oddball/private/obscure driven community so there's a lot of stuff there that's not in Discogs.

I always thought it was weird there's a bunch of entries for comps but not the original sources...

perfectecho
Jun 4, 2002


I am not as dedicated as some, I just add things when I remember them while at work... http://www.discogs.com/collection?u...aircraftwarning

wa27
Jan 14, 2007



I've just been adding stuff I buy to a spreadsheet because I'm too lazy to deal with Discogs.

You can check it out here, but it's all stuff from Goodwill and thrift store dollar bins so there's a lot of crap:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet...S0tWbjJOX1FROFE
Still need to add about 100 more that I left at my parents house a year ago.

Yoshifan823
Feb 19, 2007

by FactsAreUseless


I just went through my entire collection to put on Discogs (because I've been wanting to do it for a while anyways, this just provided a nice impetus to do so). I'm almost at 100, which is impressive/frightening because I've been collecting for a little over 6 months, but most are giveaways/cheap albums from thrift stores, so I'm not too scared.

That said, I didn't know Discogs was a place to buy things, and holy poo poo are some things on there hella tempting.

Ron Burgundy
Dec 24, 2005
This burrito is delicious, but it is filling.

JehovahsWetness posted:

Yeah, I've never really made an effort because there's just to much stuff missing from Discogs.

This is the main reason I gave up on discogs. At least an Access DB is complete because I make it so.

Farts Domino
May 8, 2004



JehovahsWetness posted:

Yeah, I've never really made an effort because there's just to much stuff missing from Discogs. The bar to make a useful/acceptable DB entry is too high for me to really bother (tracklisting, photos, etc). RYM has a more oddball/private/obscure driven community so there's a lot of stuff there that's not in Discogs.

I always thought it was weird there's a bunch of entries for comps but not the original sources...
Yeah I wish Discogs were as complete as RYM since there are phone apps and programs that search through it but it's not worth the effort of uploading a ton of 45s

chime_on
Jul 27, 2001


The only way discogs gets better, though, is if you help. Seems like just 5 years ago, it was almost all electronic music on there.

Farts Domino
May 8, 2004



chime_on posted:

The only way discogs gets better, though, is if you help. Seems like just 5 years ago, it was almost all electronic music on there.
True, and I've updated a few things. I think I would if I knew that there was a larger effort to add 45s and that I wouldn't just be adding every other thing I get

Not an Anthem
Apr 27, 2003

I'm a fucking pain machine and if you even touch my fucking car I WILL FUCKING DESTROY YOU.


Terminally Bored posted:

Homostupids fan! Great collection (love that Brain Sugar LP).
Do you know Folded Shirt? It's a 'Stupids side project of sorts. Mongloid-Beefartian punk. They just released their final 7'':
http://fashionableidiotsrecords.ban...bum/mouth-clock

Termbo poster? There are some F/S fans in here for sure.

Terminally Bored
Oct 31, 2011



Not an Anthem posted:

Termbo poster? There are some F/S fans in here for sure.

Yeah. Glad to hear it. Will consider making a scum-punk thread, then.

reichsten
Jan 13, 2010


Just a quick plug, I'm trying to make some room and thin out, so I'm listing a lot of records for sale in my Discogs, check it out!

http://www.discogs.com/seller/JohnnyMondo

Lots of old rap, jazz / sample poo poo. If you want more than one I'll make a good deal.

JehovahsWetness
Dec 9, 2005

bang that shit retarded


That Soul Generation LP is solid 70's sweet soul that's not too common, and a good price for an OG. I know there's not many soul collectors here, but still.

LooksLikeABabyRat
Jun 26, 2008

Oh yeah, I'd nibble that cheese.


In Utero is $14 on Best Buy's website if anyone doesn't have a copy of it. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/In+Uter...utero&lp=9&cp=1

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cheapandugly
Jul 6, 2007


Sweet, thanks for the heads up. I've always been really fond of Nirvana, and In Utero has strong sentimental value to me.

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