Vinyl Me Please Anthology

MikeH

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If it’s any consolation, early March is literally next week. I admit I am starting to lose all sense of time...
I’m just moving soon so with how slow USPS is, a bit worried about still living here when it arrives if it keeps getting pushed back
 

RHANDMJ

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So my VMP orders says The Story of Tribe Records is in stock. Haven't seen anything online about when it will go out, other than the original February 2021 statement. Hoping this is on time!
Not VMP's fault. Send a message to Louis DeJoy or visit Donald Trump in Florida to express your dismay! I have been waiting for two packages passing through the worst postal system in the western world - USPS - since the first week of February. They haven't even reached the border yet.

The mess in Texas and vicinity has caused shipping delays. Product may be in warehouses, but that doesn't mean the rest of the chain is able to move it - and that is out of the supplier's hands.

Would you rather have the box being tossed around in an overflowing courier or USPS station, or sitting safely in the VMP warehouse until the transport companies get back on track?
 

debar22

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I know people are still waiting for other anthologies they’ve actually paid for already, but has there been any additional info unearthed about the Philly International set?
 

bother

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A Bon Jovi Anthology would be epic but I just can't see VMP putting out something that angry and thrashy. They'll probably want something more sedate than the likes of Slippery When Wet to hit maximum appeal
Yeah I kinda doubt they'll do like speed or thrash or something overtly loud and pissed off. Maybe like doom metal? Something more melodic and instrumental? I don't have a ton of knowledge about metal, but I know there are like a million varieties under the metal umbrella, and a lot of them sound very different from each other.
 
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