Hateful Eight Limited Edition 7" Boxset

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Re: Hateful Eight Limited Edition 7" Boxset

Post by DoctorTran37 » Fri Feb 05, 2016 6:04 am

I'm in slight shock after ordering this. I had thought that I would never get a chance to own this and if I ever happened upon the box set in the wild it would be marked up at a crazy price.

And no... No one can have my AB. ;P

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Hateful Eight Limited Edition 7" Boxset

Post by Alabama Woody » Fri Feb 05, 2016 7:04 am

Glad folks who really wanted it are getting it !

It sucks that shipping has gotten so expensive for over seas folks
The rates went up yet again recently. USPS at fault for that.
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Re: Hateful Eight Limited Edition 7" Boxset

Post by ColdNorth » Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:26 am

Ordered yesterday. And shipping is $70.30 for me :cry:
But I know I would regret the rest of my life if I didn't buy it when it was available.
After all it's only money.
Thanks TMR for letting us overseas people get a chance :D

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Post by Kali Durga » Fri Feb 05, 2016 12:36 pm

Off-topic but semi-relevant: "Martin Responds to “Hateful Eight” Destruction of Antique Six String"-- https://reverb.com/blog/cf-martin-respo ... -eight-set

Gee whiz.
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Re: Hateful Eight Limited Edition 7" Boxset

Post by nrssab » Fri Feb 05, 2016 1:05 pm

Kali Durga wrote:Off-topic but semi-relevant: "Martin Responds to “Hateful Eight” Destruction of Antique Six String"-- https://reverb.com/blog/cf-martin-respo ... -eight-set

Gee whiz.
Sad story about the nice guitar. Jennifer Jason Leigh reaction in the movie was really fantastic, know we know why, it even made it on the soundtrack.
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Post by rsimms3 » Fri Feb 05, 2016 3:21 pm

Kali Durga wrote:Off-topic but semi-relevant: "Martin Responds to “Hateful Eight” Destruction of Antique Six String"-- https://reverb.com/blog/cf-martin-respo ... -eight-set

Gee whiz.
This makes me absolutely sick and Tarantino knew exactly what he was doing. I applaud Martin for saying "never again" to the film industry.
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Re: Hateful Eight Limited Edition 7" Boxset

Post by shaneoftheroad » Fri Feb 05, 2016 4:26 pm

rsimms3 wrote:
Kali Durga wrote:Off-topic but semi-relevant: "Martin Responds to “Hateful Eight” Destruction of Antique Six String"-- https://reverb.com/blog/cf-martin-respo ... -eight-set

Gee whiz.
This makes me absolutely sick and Tarantino knew exactly what he was doing. I applaud Martin for saying "never again" to the film industry.
I read somewhere they were supposed to cut before the actual guitar got smashed so they could replace it with a replica. But if I was the one who loaned the guitar that wouldn't make much difference to me. Leigh's reaction kinda shows Russell wasn't supposed to smash the actual guitar. Unless Tarantino pulled him aside or something, which I suppose is possible.

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Post by elduderino » Fri Feb 05, 2016 4:46 pm

rsimms3 wrote:
Kali Durga wrote:Off-topic but semi-relevant: "Martin Responds to “Hateful Eight” Destruction of Antique Six String"-- https://reverb.com/blog/cf-martin-respo ... -eight-set

Gee whiz.
This makes me absolutely sick and Tarantino knew exactly what he was doing. I applaud Martin for saying "never again" to the film industry.
^this. i don't know if tarantino will ever cop to it, but i'm pretty sure he did it on purpose. he's a dick.
he is everything i hate...

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Post by trickster » Fri Feb 05, 2016 8:28 pm

I watched the film and I loved it.
I am ashamed to say it was the first Tarantino film I watched at the cinema and the 2nd ever watched by this director (the other being From Dusk Till Dawn ages ago).

I wish they didnt make that ugly and inconvenient box to accompany the limited edition.
The 7" set and the pin looks very cool.
The alternative 12" is redundant too.
Put the 7" in a nice cardboard folder and add some trinkets and you made a nice and affordable set.
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Post by JonnyH » Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:23 pm

trickster wrote:I watched the film and I loved it.
I am ashamed to say it was the first Tarantino film I watched at the cinema and the 2nd ever watched by this director (the other being From Dusk Till Dawn ages ago).

I wish they didnt make that ugly and inconvenient box to accompany the limited edition.
The 7" set and the pin looks very cool.
The alternative 12" is redundant too.
Put the 7" in a nice cardboard folder and add some trinkets and you made a nice and affordable set.
What is the inside of the box like? Is it not for record storage?

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Re: Hateful Eight Limited Edition 7" Boxset

Post by Datch » Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:49 pm

I seen photos which showed the bullet holes aren't protected from the inside, plus those bolts are sticking out too. Basically it's a box which doesn't protect but is set out to harm your records.
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Post by Kali Durga » Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:53 pm

Datch wrote:Basically it's a box which doesn't protect but is set out to harm your records.
Kinda fits the theme of the movie, then, doesn't it?
"And the message is clear: if we want Jack White as our hero, he will entertain, but not pander. We have to accept all his flaws, whims, caprices and manias as a critical, sometimes uncomfortable, part of the contract."

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Post by Datch » Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:55 pm

Kali Durga wrote:
Datch wrote:Basically it's a box which doesn't protect but is set out to harm your records.
Kinda fits the theme of the movie, then, doesn't it?
That it is exactly.
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Re: Hateful Eight Limited Edition 7" Boxset

Post by Aquamarine » Fri Feb 05, 2016 11:24 pm

Lot of protecting going on in the movie, too, though (cryptic but spoiler-free comment). ;)

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Post by Kali Durga » Fri Feb 05, 2016 11:25 pm

Aquamarine wrote:Lot of protecting going on in the movie, too, though (cryptic but spoiler-free comment). ;)
Not that it did any good!
"And the message is clear: if we want Jack White as our hero, he will entertain, but not pander. We have to accept all his flaws, whims, caprices and manias as a critical, sometimes uncomfortable, part of the contract."

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