Tuesday 04/19/2011 by jackl


8:30 a.m.: It appears the Phish 7-inch and Foo Fighters cover album went as quickly as tickets to the last LCD Soundsystem show, but everyone’s got armfuls of wax. It’s somewhat disheartening to watch some vultures grabbing up four or five copies of certain records, but such is life in the post-eBay world.

From the AV Club website article about the first annual Record Store Day in Milwaukee by Matt Wild & Cal Roach (4/18/11)

Also, Phish.netters shared some of their experiences Saturday in the Phish.net forum here.



, comment by distrass
distrass the 10 Phish albums my local store got (Shake it, Cincinnati), went very quickly. I showed up within the hour of opening, and they were all gone.
GAMEHENDGEPHONICS I live in milwaukee, and yes the phish sound-checks were long gone by the time I arrived.. bummer man
, comment by concertconfessions
concertconfessions The best move I made was skipping Amoeba Hollywood and hitting Vacation Vinyl in Silver Lake. They had about ten copies, and made sure I got one (as I had been in contact all week with them via Twitter). Very cool store as well.
, comment by deceasedlavy
deceasedlavy It was actually the FOURTH annual RSD, but thanks for the link!
, comment by jackl
jackl @deceasedlavy

Heh, make mistakes like that all the time (see Guitar Hero article). I guess it needs a Phish slant to get our attention for Record Store Day.

Looking forward to RSD IV,

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