Rowdy Rudy's Revenge - 10 maps for single player/co-op

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Re: Rowdy Rudy's Revenge - 10 maps for single player/co-op

Postby GAA1992 » Tue Mar 12, 2019 4:40 pm

Saw a used "Them or Us" Zappa vinyl on a store. 1984, not too cheap, i'd say, but i prefered to wait opinions. Is it a good album? Sorry for derailing.
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Re: Rowdy Rudy's Revenge - 10 maps for single player/co-op

Postby ReX » Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:37 pm

How much is "not too cheap"? Thirty bucks? (My view of vinyl, despite owning dozens of them, is they are easily damaged or subject to warping. Plus, I think they are gimmicky. I'm holding on to my stash in the event they become collector's items some day. "Kind of Blue", anyone?)

If you are a collector, then I suppose you might consider shelling out that type of dinero. Otherwise, simply buy it on CD for much less money. Or even just pay for & download the 3 or 4 really good songs: Whippin' Post (Allman Bros cover); Stevie's Spanking (guitar solos by Steve Via & Dweezil Zappa); Ya Hozna (a weird but cool twist on "Sofa" from another album); and Sharleena.
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Re: Rowdy Rudy's Revenge - 10 maps for single player/co-op

Postby GAA1992 » Wed Mar 13, 2019 7:58 pm

More or less like that. Conversion to dollars given, it costs something like 35 bucks.

The problem ain't being the price, but the fact that some stores around here jumped on the "collector" bandwagon and don't really mind putting a $50 dollars stamp on a album by a famous band, not minding if it is a good one or if it still has a good shape. Example: some stores selling a old and barely preserved "Hot Space" by band Queen (my least favorite album, saved only Under Pressure) for some spicy 40$.

It's like you are paying for the privilege of having a vinyl disc.

P.S.: i also do that =p My rarest thing here is a Johann Strauss "Die Fledermaus", or "The Bat" song recorded on vinyl by the london (Zurich, sorry) orchaestra or something, from 1954~1956 (not specified). I might take a photo someday.
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