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Topic: mostly autumn
Posted By: sean
Subject: mostly autumn
Date Posted: September 20 2006 at 21:27

i live in america, and it seems to be impossible to find any mostly autumn albums. does anyone know where i might be able to come across some? i really enjoy their works that are on this site. also, are there any other places on the internet where i can find samples of their work?




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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: September 20 2006 at 21:46
I make most of my cd purchases online, so if this suits you, then you can check out these:
 
First of all you can buy those cd's in their website: http://www.mostly-autumn.com/ - http://www.mostly-autumn.com/
 
Now as for other prog selling websites here are a few:
 
http://www.bigballoonmusic.com/ - http://www.bigballoonmusic.com/
http://synphonic.8m.com/index.htm - http://synphonic.8m.com/index.htm
http://www.lasercd.com/default.aspx - http://www.lasercd.com/default.aspx
http://www.waysidemusic.com/default.aspx - http://www.waysidemusic.com/default.aspx
http://www.progrockrecords.com/ - http://www.progrockrecords.com/
http://www.rerusa.com/ - http://www.rerusa.com/  (you won't find here, it is mainly for avantgarde and RIO, but if you like those genres, then...)
http://www2.recordheaven.net/ - http://www2.recordheaven.net/
https://www.freakemporium.com/ - https://www.freakemporium.com/
http://www.insideoutmusic.com/ - http://www.insideoutmusic.com/
http://shopping.theendrecords.com/ - http://shopping.theendrecords.com/
http://www.mindawn.com/ - http://www.mindawn.com/
http://www.10trecords.com/ - http://www.10trecords.com/
http://www.znrcds.com - http://www.znrcds.com
 
 
That should cover it.
Oh, you can always try Amazon...
 
As for samples, haven't seen any, but I can help you with that...
A PM might be a good idea
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: Asyte2c00
Date Posted: September 20 2006 at 21:50
Originally posted by sean

i live in america, and it seems to be impossible to find any mostly autumn albums. does anyone know where i might be able to come across some? i really enjoy their works that are on this site. also, are there any other places on the internet where i can find samples of their work?

 
I know the feeling............
 
 
Fortunately, I have this record store 40 minutes from where I live which carries a substantial amoun of mostly autumns, still, I can never find any of their records at local record shops.
 
Moreover, I share the same sentiment as you about The Gathering, new Hammill remasters, Rare Bird, and a handul of other bands. 


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Posted By: sean
Date Posted: September 21 2006 at 10:27
Originally posted by Asyte2c00

Originally posted by sean

i live in america, and it seems to be impossible to find any mostly autumn albums. does anyone know where i might be able to come across some? i really enjoy their works that are on this site. also, are there any other places on the internet where i can find samples of their work?

 
I know the feeling............
 
 
Fortunately, I have this record store 40 minutes from where I live which carries a substantial amoun of mostly autumns, still, I can never find any of their records at local record shops.
 
Moreover, I share the same sentiment as you about The Gathering, new Hammill remasters, Rare Bird, and a handul of other bands. 
 
 
 
well, there is a music store about 15 minutes away from my house that carries plenty of the rather obscure stuff that i enjoy. however, i couldn't find any mostly autumn there. unfortunately, i am also going to school a few hundred miles from home and i haven't really been able to find many music stores in bangor. but anyway, most of what i listen to is from europe and never finds its way here. and when it does, it's more expensive.


Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: September 21 2006 at 13:31
I get it that you don't buy online...
 
 
 


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Posted By: sean
Date Posted: September 21 2006 at 23:34
Originally posted by avestin

I get it that you don't buy online...
 
 
 
 
i would, but unfortunately i do not have a credit card.


Posted By: martinprog77
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 03:56
Originally posted by sean

Originally posted by avestin

I get it that you don't buy online...
 
 
 
 
i would, but unfortunately i do not have a credit card.
you can get a pre-pay credit card to buy cds on internet [thats how i buy cds hard to find is records stores] they are pretty safe to buy on amazon or ebay  Thumbs Up

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Posted By: sean
Date Posted: September 27 2006 at 22:50
Originally posted by martinprog77

Originally posted by sean

Originally posted by avestin

I get it that you don't buy online...
 
 
 
 
i would, but unfortunately i do not have a credit card.
you can get a pre-pay credit card to buy cds on internet [thats how i buy cds hard to find is records stores] they are pretty safe to buy on amazon or ebay  Thumbs Up
 
well, that's nice. i should look into that. of course, that could potentially drain my bank account since i would probably end up spending all of my money on music, which i already manage to do.


Posted By: Jared
Date Posted: September 28 2006 at 08:22
Originally posted by sean

Originally posted by avestin

I get it that you don't buy online...
 
 
 
 
i would, but unfortunately i do not have a credit card.
 
Hi Sean,
 
The first 3 (and best) MA albums were produced on the Cyclops record label, all of which can be purchased from Malcolm Parker (owner of said label) at GFT Ltd in Tolworth, Surrey.
 
His details can be found at http://www.gft-cyclops.co.uk - www.gft-cyclops.co.uk  and he takes payment in many varieties!!
 
Happy shopping!
 
Jared


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Above Symmetry: Ripples 4/5
Nightwish: Imaginaerum 4.5/5
Pathosray: Sunless Skies 3/5
Shadow Gallery: Digital Ghosts 3.5/5
Vanden Plas: Seraphic Clockwork 3.5/5


Posted By: sean
Date Posted: September 28 2006 at 22:42
Originally posted by fandango

Originally posted by sean

Originally posted by avestin

I get it that you don't buy online...
 
 
 
 
i would, but unfortunately i do not have a credit card.
 
Hi Sean,
 
The first 3 (and best) MA albums were produced on the Cyclops record label, all of which can be purchased from Malcolm Parker (owner of said label) at GFT Ltd in Tolworth, Surrey.
 
His details can be found at http://www.gft-cyclops.co.uk - www.gft-cyclops.co.uk  and he takes payment in many varieties!!
 
Happy shopping!
 
Jared
 
 
thanks
he has a lot of good stuff there



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