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Does anyone have an idea how many Tri's were pressed? Obviously loads less than the standard 100.
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chillipsychosis wrote:Does anyone have an idea how many Tri's were pressed? Obviously loads less than the standard 100.
I think 250 was the consensus.......
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I remember something about 200 but 250 makes sense too
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I'm still looking for one...last tricolor I/Meg need...
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ICLAB Tri is the most beautiful piece of wax ever
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coltrane wrote:ICLAB Tri is the most beautiful piece of wax ever
No WAY! There are WAAAAYYYYY too many vinyls out there to make that statement.
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When we got ours randomly put in our bag at TMR it was the greatest ever!
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The Tri-Colour for I Cut Like A Buffalo is indeed a beautiful piece of vinyl, but not as lovely as the BLACK vinyl TMR05 test press of the same record.
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destijl wrote:The Tri-Colour for I Cut Like A Buffalo is indeed a beautiful piece of vinyl, but not as lovely as the BLACK vinyl TMR05 test press of the same record.
I won't believe it until I see pictures...
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dylnfan wrote:
destijl wrote:The Tri-Colour for I Cut Like A Buffalo is indeed a beautiful piece of vinyl, but not as lovely as the BLACK vinyl TMR05 test press of the same record.
I won't believe it until I see pictures...
It's only a picture of the front of the record. There was a picture of the reverse in the auction and it WAS lovely.

http://www.popsike.com/Dead-Weather-7-J ... 50953.html
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The b side is the same as the standard FFB 7".
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rsimms3 wrote:
dylnfan wrote:
destijl wrote:The Tri-Colour for I Cut Like A Buffalo is indeed a beautiful piece of vinyl, but not as lovely as the BLACK vinyl TMR05 test press of the same record.
I won't believe it until I see pictures...
It's only a picture of the front of the record. There was a picture of the reverse in the auction and it WAS lovely.

http://www.popsike.com/Dead-Weather-7-J ... 50953.html
Gorgeous. :D
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I told you it was lovely.
•<Jack White> we also want to come up with vault packages you don't like, a streaming service to make rich people richer, a t shirt
too big for you, and a bunch of shit you don't want but we're hold ing a gun to your head to purchase.
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http://thirdmanrecords.com/catalog.html

There's 300 Triclabs!!!!! WHAAAAAAT?
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Anyone want to trade me one?
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