Saturday, March 01, 2014

Triple Threat From Turnstile

I've been buying each pressing of Turnstile vinyl since I discovered that first 7 inch back in 2011. I'd missed the pre-order pressing for Pressure To Succeed, and I'd vowed to never let another one get by me. It hasn't been to difficult to keep up so far, but when Reaper released three new colors of both records, I had to pause for a second. Well, I'm in too deep to turn back now.

As much as I dislike the cover for this record, I will say that the multiple vinyl colors all look great with it.

A total of 2,000 pieces of vinyl were pressed for the third pressing, so hopefully it will be a while before I have to sink more money into this one. 400 on silver, 600 on purple, and 1,000 on baby blue.

Reaper changed the b-side labels between the first and second pressing, and it was cool that they changed it again with the third press.

No cool b-side label changes for the third pressing of Pressure To Succeed, but the new orange colors for the cover is a nice touch.

Again, 2,000 pieces were pressed for this run. 300 on blue, 700 on orange, and 1,000 on clear.

Yeah, I know that I'm missing a couple, but I own enough copies of these records, so I figured it was time to get a group shot.

3 comments:

J@screamingforrecords said...

Nice Mike!!! I've not been bothering with the step 2 rhythm variants, but seeing this...

J@screamingforrecords said...

I'd take a look at those pressure to succeed B labels again Mike

Willem RWHAF said...

You're missing this one Mike! http://feed.rwhaf.net/1dwcIOM