Anyone buy ROG vanity vinyl?

http://runoutgroovevinyl.com/
"The project chosen by majority vote will be made available to order for 30 days, after which the title will go on press. "
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  • msgmsg Posts: 3,488
    edited June 12
    Interesting. Can they press anything the fans vote for or do they have to get rights?

    Always thought Chris Isaak's Baja Sessions needs to be on vinyl.

    Wonder if this is something where they try to get masters, or just press from a cd.
  • txcoastal1txcoastal1 Posts: 8,446
    edited June 12
    msg wrote: »
    Interesting. Can they press anything the fans vote for or do they have to get rights?

    Always thought Chris Isaak's Baja Sessions needs to be on vinyl.

    Wonder if this is something where they try to get masters, or just press from a cd.

    These are from Warner Music vault

    http://www.billboard.com/articles/business/7743353/warner-music-new-label-run-out-groove-fan-driven-vinyl-only
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  • ""With LP's you feel like you have actually got something worth having, to hold and read while you listen," Sergeant added. "I love the organic visceral nature of the record, a piece of plastic that can bring forth such wondrous sound. It’s all pretty weird when you think about it, some sort of wonderful sonic voodoo.""

    yes, it is.
    Studio 2 equipment;
    Yamaha a-s2100 Amp, CD-2100 CD player, T-S500 tuner
    Loudspeakers: Harbeth p3esr, Polk RT7
    Cables: Aural Harmony Sonnet Interconnect II, WireWorld Equinox 7 speaker,
    Black Cat silverstar 75 ohm digital, Signal Digital Power Cord, PS Audio Perfect Wave AC-3,
    Pangea SE14, Voltz supplied interconnects
    Optional: Arcam DV88 DVD/CD (HDCD) player, Polk SDS-400 speakers
  • msgmsg Posts: 3,488
    ah, cool, from one of the guys from Echo & The Bunnymen. I'd have liked to have gotten in on that one.

    So I've been skimming around the ROG site a bit and haven't come across this yet - are the records offered only going to be Warner artists/releases? I would imagine this is the only way it could work, but not sure?

    I just sent them a message asking.
    I also asked whether there's a way to recommend an artist/album.
  • 55LS7055LS70 Posts: 137
    Just last week I acquired the MC5 album and it seemed like a pretty good recording although if I had to guess, I thinking it came from a digital master. But the pressing was of good quality and it sounded pretty good. I must admit I've only listened to it once and I was doing something else at the time.
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