Here's my #rsd2017 post. I decided I won't get anything on RSD. Not that it's anything new. I've never really been into the idea. Although I admit it's served a role in reviving interest in vinyl, I'm not really digging all of it now. So here's The Cure's Hits and Acoustic Hits 2CD which I bought some time in the 1990s. The Acoustic Hits disc was actually a special bonus. So I think I paid regular price for this which was probably around S$25 back then. It's a special RSD issue this year split into 2 separate picture discs which on some lists, I saw selling for around £30 each. So that would make it £60 to have the equivalent of what I've already got on CD (I think you could probably get it less in some places depending on your record store). Swipe to see the eBay prices I randomly found for just the Acoustic Hits discs as peddled by flippers today. If you managed to get your copy for a good price, wonderful, and congratulations! You should enjoy your much awaited purchase. For me, it's about the music in the end. Whatever format it is, enjoy it! Have a great weekend and the week ahead! Oh, and Happy birthday Robert Smith!
OK guys, I know that most of you are not familiar with Josipa Lisac, a famous pop, rock and jazz Croatian singer. She’s a truly great diva of domestic music scene. This album, Dnevnik jedne ljubavi (The Diary of a Love) from 1973 is considered to be one of the best rock albums of former Yugoslavia. It could easily stand by a side of the best world’s rock releases of that era. The Diary of a Love is a conceptual album about love, happiness, sorrow and regrets. I’ve been waiting for a long time to get this masterpiece and finally yesterday at the @recordstoreday I grabbed this limited reissue edition, pressed on 180g #vinyl