Please Pearl Jam, consider a VINYL Benaroya Hall re-issue!

Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,054
edited May 2014 in The Porch
'Nuff said - what do you think?

I am new to the whole vinyl thing but that is an album I am really dying to listen to on vinyl. I am not a collector, I just want to be able to afford that beautiful recording on vinyl and listen to it at home. Unseal it and just enjoy ... :D
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  • normnorm I'm always home. I'm uncool.Posts: 31,097
  • Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,054
  • Not sure if you can rate threads, but I give this one an A for effort, an A+ for content and a golden penguin for stealing my idea.....bravo

    +1
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  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 48,471
    Leeze wrote:
    'Nuff said - what do you think?

    I am new to the whole vinyl thing but that is an album I am really dying to listen to on vinyl. I am not a collector, I just want to be able to afford that beautiful recording on vinyl and listen to it at home. Unseal it and just enjoy ... :D

    I'm sure in the day's ahead of time there will be bootleg vinyl copies of the Benny Hall Vinyl released. Like the latest Solider Field & Into The Wild releases. All coming from Europe. Very soon we'll see them on eBay ...
  • youngsteryoungster BostonPosts: 6,554
    with all the sealed copies still sitting around collecting dust, there can't be a huge audience of people wanting to listen to it. most people want it only because it is a collectible and worth a lot of money. that is why they pay ebay prices and keep them sealed. i agree that the uk will press a reissue and sell it ala soldier field. doubt it will be a wine color vinyl and packaged the same way though.
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  • Just to let you know, the Benny vinyl doesn't sound all that better than the compact disc especially if you have a decent stereo. :)
  • guitar59guitar59 Posts: 1,221
    youngster wrote:
    with all the sealed copies still sitting around collecting dust, there can't be a huge audience of people wanting to listen to it. most people want it only because it is a collectible and worth a lot of money. that is why they pay ebay prices and keep them sealed. i agree that the uk will press a reissue and sell it ala soldier field. doubt it will be a wine color vinyl and packaged the same way though.

    If I ever stike it rich... I'm buying every sealed copy I can get my hands on, opening them, spinning them and then selling them to anyone who will spin the hell out of them after me! Plates are ment to be collected...I'm just saying...one can dream... ;)
  • mfc2006mfc2006 PDX--->KCPosts: 29,850
    i just want to SPIN IT!!!!!!

    period. no bullshit. records are meant to be played, not stored. that's my take. and if i ever own a BH vinyl, i will take a video of me spinning it.
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  • Newch91Newch91 Posts: 17,560
    mfc2006 wrote:
    i just want to SPIN IT!!!!!!

    period. no bullshit. records are meant to be played, not stored. that's my take. and if i ever own a BH vinyl, i will take a video of me spinning it.
    :clap: :clap:
    I completely agree Matt. I just got the ITW reissue the other day, spun it yesterday, loved it so much. It sounds great on vinyl.
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  • mfc2006mfc2006 PDX--->KCPosts: 29,850
    Newch91 wrote:
    mfc2006 wrote:
    i just want to SPIN IT!!!!!!

    period. no bullshit. records are meant to be played, not stored. that's my take. and if i ever own a BH vinyl, i will take a video of me spinning it.
    :clap: :clap:
    I completely agree Matt. I just got the ITW reissue the other day, spun it yesterday, loved it so much. It sounds great on vinyl.

    hell yeah...that re-issue sounds AWESOME!!!! i just finished listening to Riot Act on vinyl for the 2nd time (just got it 1-2 days ago) and WOW!!!!!

    PLAY YOUR VINYL.
    NOW.


    just my $0.02................................
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  • Why open this:

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    when there's no way it can sound as good as this:

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  • Newch91Newch91 Posts: 17,560
    Can I also add...please conside a LO2L reissue?
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  • WaveRyderWaveRyder Posts: 1,128
    I have one. Original preordered 10c issued. Fuck yeah! :lol:
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  • jmkjmk Posts: 425
    whgarrett wrote:
    Just to let you know, the Benny vinyl doesn't sound all that better than the compact disc especially if you have a decent stereo. :)

    Well that depends on what kind of turntable you have. It's sad that many people buy those cheap market turntables with usb:s that have ceramic cartridges and no anti-skating feature, so stay away from these!

    As a format the vinyl always have a warmer, more human sound and remember that what you hear with your ears is an analog sound wave, so when the music is turned into digital 1:s & 0:s the analog sound wave that you hear is altered on it's way to your ears. And the dynamics of music on vinyl is something the cd can only dream of...

    There is certainly something special that connects you more closely to the music when you listen to it on vinyl. The experiment of dusting of the record, putting down the needle and watching it spin,... and the bigger sleeves and better looking artwork make it much more special than the cd.
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  • boyo79boyo79 Warrington, UKPosts: 6,507
    Newch91 wrote:
    Can I also add...please conside a LO2L reissue?

    I was actually thinking the same thing this morning whilst stood at the bus stop on my way to work!
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  • boyo79boyo79 Warrington, UKPosts: 6,507
    mfc2006 wrote:
    Newch91 wrote:
    mfc2006 wrote:
    i just want to SPIN IT!!!!!!

    period. no bullshit. records are meant to be played, not stored. that's my take. and if i ever own a BH vinyl, i will take a video of me spinning it.
    :clap: :clap:
    I completely agree Matt. I just got the ITW reissue the other day, spun it yesterday, loved it so much. It sounds great on vinyl.

    hell yeah...that re-issue sounds AWESOME!!!! i just finished listening to Riot Act on vinyl for the 2nd time (just got it 1-2 days ago) and WOW!!!!!

    PLAY YOUR VINYL.
    NOW.


    just my $0.02................................
    Matt


    Totally agree, the vinyl is there to be played. Collect and play. For me folk are sticking these on the shelf for the re-sell at big bucks in the future.

    I started buying vinyl in the last 12 months; got 11 holiday singles, ITW re-issue, orig Ten and LO10L boxset plus some Springsteen albums - the only reason I haven't played any of these is because I don't own a turntable yet!!! :lol:
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  • My3rdEyeMy3rdEye Posts: 926
    Leeze wrote:
    'Nuff said - what do you think?

    I am new to the whole vinyl thing but that is an album I am really dying to listen to on vinyl. I am not a collector, I just want to be able to afford that beautiful recording on vinyl and listen to it at home. Unseal it and just enjoy ... :D

    It's a great idea! Not sure it'll happen but definitely kick it out on 180 gram black vinyl for those that want to listen to it! I was lucky enough to get one when they were released through 10c. Opened and played the minute I got it :)

    Release it 10c. Everyone deserves to hear this in this format and you'll make a shit load of dough too. They could charge $100 and they'd fly off the shelf.
  • Empty GlassEmpty Glass In Rob's shedPosts: 12,145
    boyo79 wrote:
    Newch91 wrote:
    Can I also add...please conside a LO2L reissue?

    I was actually thinking the same thing this morning whilst stood at the bus stop on my way to work!

    This will be part of the No Code / Yield box set :D

    Also, Benny Hall was OTOTO
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  • youngster wrote:
    with all the sealed copies still sitting around collecting dust, there can't be a huge audience of people wanting to listen to it. most people want it only because it is a collectible and worth a lot of money. that is why they pay ebay prices and keep them sealed. i agree that the uk will press a reissue and sell it ala soldier field. doubt it will be a wine color vinyl and packaged the same way though.

    The only reason they aren't opened is because they are close to $800
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  • Dr. DelightDr. Delight Posts: 10,512
    Whats the market price on the opened ones? Not that I'd ever sell mine unless I was blown away or needed the money desperately.
    Plus, Santos' numerical printing on the box make this invaluable. :mrgreen:
  • Whats the market price on the opened ones? Not that I'd ever sell mine unless I was blown away or needed the money desperately.
    Plus, Santos' numerical printing on the box make this invaluable. :mrgreen:

    I think its like $350
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  • I also got one from 10c, ordered on Jun 21 2004, price was $35 and shipping to Scandinavia was $11. I dont need a copy myself, but for my fellow Pearl jam fan, i hope they make a re-issue some day soon! Its just a better experience on vinyl!
  • Newch91Newch91 Posts: 17,560
    boyo79 wrote:
    Newch91 wrote:
    Can I also add...please conside a LO2L reissue?

    I was actually thinking the same thing this morning whilst stood at the bus stop on my way to work!

    This will be part of the No Code / Yield box set :D

    Also, Benny Hall was OTOTO
    NO! MSG 2 from the Yield Tour is going to be the show. :D

    I hope it's not OTOTO. How many thought ITW was OTOTO?
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  • Abe FromanAbe Froman Posts: 3,307
    mfc2006 wrote:

    hell yeah...that re-issue sounds AWESOME!!!! i just finished listening to Riot Act on vinyl for the 2nd time (just got it 1-2 days ago) and WOW!!!!!

    PLAY YOUR VINYL.
    NOW.


    just my $0.02................................
    Matt

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  • If not the vinyl lets atleast get a re-issue of the CD for christ sake.
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  • Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,054
    I like the fact that there are so many supporters of the "Just spin it!" idea :D :thumbup:

    And 350$ for an opened one? Hmmmm :think:

    I like the 100$ suggestion - why keep it away from people who want to listen to it? The first edition would still remain valuable for those who collect the gems :)
  • WaveRyderWaveRyder Posts: 1,128
    I buy two copies of everything PJ releases. I open one and leave the other sealed up. Its a surefire plan and the best of both worlds.
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  • P-JamP-Jam Posts: 804
    Leeze wrote:
    'Nuff said - what do you think?

    I am new to the whole vinyl thing but that is an album I am really dying to listen to on vinyl. I am not a collector, I just want to be able to afford that beautiful recording on vinyl and listen to it at home. Unseal it and just enjoy ... :D
    +1
    This would be awesome!!! I would LOVE to spin this...
  • P-JamP-Jam Posts: 804
    Newch91 wrote:
    mfc2006 wrote:
    i just want to SPIN IT!!!!!!

    period. no bullshit. records are meant to be played, not stored. that's my take. and if i ever own a BH vinyl, i will take a video of me spinning it.
    :clap: :clap:
    I completely agree Matt. I just got the ITW reissue the other day, spun it yesterday, loved it so much. It sounds great on vinyl.

    +1
    Totally agree!!!! I always get my vinyl with every intention on LISTENING to it! I love viyl for what it was meant to be!

    ...And I really want to score and listen to a copy of ITW vinyl myself... ;)
  • P-JamP-Jam Posts: 804
    Newch91 wrote:
    Can I also add...please conside a LO2L reissue?

    +1

    I would like this as well!
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