Brand New – The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows 7″(1st & 2nd Press)

Posted: August 22, 2011 in Vinyl
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This is the only Brand New single to get two different pressings. Why there are two pressing I will never know. Both were released by the same label, Sore Point Records. The first pressing is on red vinyl and comes in a stock Sore Point Records jacket while the second pressing is on green vinyl and comes house in a jacket that features artwork. Both green and red copies were limited to 500 copies each and are long out of print. The track listing between them is different, with the b-side of the green version being a live version of “The No Seatbelt Song” and the b-side of the red version being an acoustic/studio session version of “Jude Law And A Semester Abroad.”

Prices on these are starting to come down a bit on ebay, but it may be because of the summer months, which is typically when there is a slight price drop in most things. Some people don’t like bidding or buying things during the summer because of fear of warping, but fortunately I’ve never had a problem with warping during shipping. I love bidding on things during the summer months because you can get some great deals. Take this 7″ for example, $25 shipped from the UK to the states when they typically go for at least $50. Typically green copies go for more than red copies, likely because it has actual artwork.

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