Quite the W/E for vinyl buying 1

My good lady wife decided to buy me some records, I’m still not sure why, if there is an ulterior motive I’m sure it will reveal itself soon. Essentially I was in the rather nice position to be let loose in a record store and she would pay for whatever I picked up, to a certain monetary limit, which was £60.

Well, I thought I’d take the opportunity, which is very much a rarity, to try some new things and to look for bargains. I’ve been looking at ‘The Belly Of The Tarantula’ soundtrack for weeks, but it’s £32 so, while it was something I really wanted, I left it.

The first thing I picked up was ‘Into The Wide’ by Delta Spirit. I’ve never heard of them to be honest, however, what I held in my hands was a double vinyl in a gatefold die cut sleeve, and the vinyl was white. This made it very tempting, even more so because it was £5. It must have cost more than that to actually make it. So I chose it. As an object it really is a lovely thing. I’ve only listened to one side of one disc as yet but I definitely got my £5 worth:


Label: Dualtone ‎– 80302-01674-14
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, White, 180g, Die-Cut
Country: US
Released: 09 Sep 2014
Genre: Rock
Style: Indie Rock


A1 Push It
A2 From Now On
A3 Live On
B1 Take Shelter
B2 Hold My End Up
B3 Into The Wide
C1 Language Of The Dead

Written By – Delta Spirit, Heather Morgan

C2 For My Enemy

Written By – Delta Spirit, Marthe Vasquez

C3 Patriarch
D1 (Interlude)
D2 War Machine
D3 The Wreck


Running Total: £5.00