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

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  • 8181 Needing a ride to Forest Hills and a ounce of weed. Please inquire within. Thanks. Or not.Posts: 58,276
    but but but....

    then all the collectors would be up in arms because they paid an arm and leg for it... :lol:
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  • Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,063
    81 wrote:
    but but but....

    then all the collectors would be up in arms because they paid an arm and leg for it... :lol:

    But maybe they would love a cheaper non-limited, not-so-special black copy to listen to :D The other one can collect dust on their shelves and become more valuable :mrgreen:
  • Newch91Newch91 Posts: 17,560
    81 wrote:
    but but but....

    then all the collectors would be up in arms because they paid an arm and leg for it... :lol:
    :lol:
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  • Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,063
    OK, got the joke now as well :oops: :lol:
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 57,090
    Yes please on marble rye!
  • Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,063
    I've been listening to this again a lot, on my ipod and CD ... My turntable has had some issues, so I was forced to mainly listen to mp3 and CDs during the last couple of weeks. But I have spun some records yesterday, and it seems to work again. However, it made me realise once again how much better the sound of vinyl is, compared to mp3 or a CD. Well, to me at least.

    So I guess it's time for a good ol' bump! :D I wanna spin this baby one day ...
  • Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,063
    Long-time-no-bump-bump :shifty: :wave:
  • Jerome230Jerome230 Posts: 901
    They should do a pre-order for the re-issues, and give 10 Clubbers fair warning - say, a month in advance, and PJ would only press as many that were pre-ordered - no set "limited to X" amount bullshit.

    Regarding the vinyl vs CD conversation...

    Think of the vinyl sound, the analog sound as a sound wave. Sound_Wave.jpg It encapsulates the whole aural spectrum. Now...apparently the human ear only has a certain range that it can hear. Those who invented CD's took this into consideration, and literally chopped off a fraction off the top (high frequency) of the sound wave and chopped off a fraction off the bottom (lower frequency) because they assumed we couldn't hear those frequencies anyway. This is called compression. But if you played a song from vinyl, then played the same song on CD, you can tell the difference. The vinyl sounds warmer, richer.

    This is why anyone who wants to hear Benny on vinyl should be able to, without breaking the damn bank.

    Come on, Pearl Jam. RE-RELEASE BENAROYA HALL ON VINYL.
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  • If PJ wants to send me the design templates, the licence and the original dat tapes then I'll do the re-issue for them :lol:
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  • I have Benaroya on Vinyl (along with everything else :D ) and for the record my records don't collect dust. It's how I listen to PJ in my house. I love having playlists etc on my ipod for the car, running/walking, but what I love about my records is it makes me listen to the albums as the band want me to. It makes me not able to just skip songs like 'parachutes' so I end up having an appreciation for them.
    It drives me nuts seeing sealed Benaroya's on ebay. Knowing some clown who's probably a ten club member bought it with the sole purpose of selling it on for a huge profit. Music is meant to be played, not stuck in it's packaging or worse, prostituted to make you loads of money.
  • I have Benaroya on Vinyl (along with everything else :D ) and for the record my records don't collect dust. It's how I listen to PJ in my house. I love having playlists etc on my ipod for the car, running/walking, but what I love about my records is it makes me listen to the albums as the band want me to. It makes me not able to just skip songs like 'parachutes' so I end up having an appreciation for them.
    It drives me nuts seeing sealed Benaroya's on ebay. Knowing some clown who's probably a ten club member bought it with the sole purpose of selling it on for a huge profit. Music is meant to be played, not stuck in it's packaging or worse, prostituted to make you loads of money.

    Agreed 100%. Always said this, buying a record to keep it sealed stops others from hearing it. Especially with something like a 2000 print run like BH. People on here collect records, keep them sealed and don't have a record player?!?!?!?! WTF, thats just plain silly
    Sealed vinyl is bad vinyl.
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  • Abe FromanAbe Froman Posts: 3,763
    I have Benaroya on Vinyl (along with everything else :D ) and for the record my records don't collect dust. It's how I listen to PJ in my house. I love having playlists etc on my ipod for the car, running/walking, but what I love about my records is it makes me listen to the albums as the band want me to. It makes me not able to just skip songs like 'parachutes' so I end up having an appreciation for them.
    It drives me nuts seeing sealed Benaroya's on ebay. Knowing some clown who's probably a ten club member bought it with the sole purpose of selling it on for a huge profit. Music is meant to be played, not stuck in it's packaging or worse, prostituted to make you loads of money.
    :clap: :clap:

    (all my vinyl is open and played...OFTEN)
  • deftonesdeftones Athens, GreecePosts: 2,434
    I have Benaroya on Vinyl (along with everything else :D ) and for the record my records don't collect dust. It's how I listen to PJ in my house. I love having playlists etc on my ipod for the car, running/walking, but what I love about my records is it makes me listen to the albums as the band want me to. It makes me not able to just skip songs like 'parachutes' so I end up having an appreciation for them.
    It drives me nuts seeing sealed Benaroya's on ebay. Knowing some clown who's probably a ten club member bought it with the sole purpose of selling it on for a huge profit. Music is meant to be played, not stuck in it's packaging or worse, prostituted to make you loads of money.

    Agreed 100%. Always said this, buying a record to keep it sealed stops others from hearing it. Especially with something like a 2000 print run like BH. People on here collect records, keep them sealed and don't have a record player?!?!?!?! WTF, thats just plain silly
    Agree 100%
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  • pjradiopjradio Posts: 6,704
    I have Benaroya on Vinyl (along with everything else :D ) and for the record my records don't collect dust. It's how I listen to PJ in my house. I love having playlists etc on my ipod for the car, running/walking, but what I love about my records is it makes me listen to the albums as the band want me to. It makes me not able to just skip songs like 'parachutes' so I end up having an appreciation for them.
    It drives me nuts seeing sealed Benaroya's on ebay. Knowing some clown who's probably a ten club member bought it with the sole purpose of selling it on for a huge profit. Music is meant to be played, not stuck in it's packaging or worse, prostituted to make you loads of money.

    agree 100%...but who would've guessed back then, that the prices would have been as high as they are now

    remember when?
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  • Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,063
    Jerome230 wrote:
    They should do a pre-order for the re-issues, and give 10 Clubbers fair warning - say, a month in advance, and PJ would only press as many that were pre-ordered - no set "limited to X" amount bullshit.

    Regarding the vinyl vs CD conversation...

    Think of the vinyl sound, the analog sound as a sound wave. Sound_Wave.jpg It encapsulates the whole aural spectrum. Now...apparently the human ear only has a certain range that it can hear. Those who invented CD's took this into consideration, and literally chopped off a fraction off the top (high frequency) of the sound wave and chopped off a fraction off the bottom (lower frequency) because they assumed we couldn't hear those frequencies anyway. This is called compression. But if you played a song from vinyl, then played the same song on CD, you can tell the difference. The vinyl sounds warmer, richer.

    This is why anyone who wants to hear Benny on vinyl should be able to, without breaking the damn bank.

    Come on, Pearl Jam. RE-RELEASE BENAROYA HALL ON VINYL.

    I like that pre-order idea! And thank you for the explanation of the vinyl vs CD sound :thumbup: This is exactly how I feel it :D

    It's good to see more contributions in here :wave:
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 57,090
    pjradio wrote:
    I have Benaroya on Vinyl (along with everything else :D ) and for the record my records don't collect dust. It's how I listen to PJ in my house. I love having playlists etc on my ipod for the car, running/walking, but what I love about my records is it makes me listen to the albums as the band want me to. It makes me not able to just skip songs like 'parachutes' so I end up having an appreciation for them.
    It drives me nuts seeing sealed Benaroya's on ebay. Knowing some clown who's probably a ten club member bought it with the sole purpose of selling it on for a huge profit. Music is meant to be played, not stuck in it's packaging or worse, prostituted to make you loads of money.

    agree 100%...but who would've guessed back then, that the prices would have been as high as they are now

    remember when?
    benaroyahallvinylorder.jpg

    Good times! :) Love that image snap shot. ;)
  • pjradiopjradio Posts: 6,704
    demetrios wrote:
    Love that image snap shot. ;)


    curious, what made you take a screen grab of that?....way to look forward
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  • CosmoCosmo Posts: 12,217
    '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 with you. I think it would be GREAT if people bought vinyl, 'just because'... instead of thinking it's some sort of monetary investment or something. I think it would be GREAT if any fan who wanted copy, could get a copy... without having to pay a shitload of cash to someone for something that originally cost them 35 bucks.
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  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 57,090
    pjradio wrote:
    demetrios wrote:
    Love that image snap shot. ;)


    curious, what made you take a screen grab of that?....way to look forward

    I screen grab every purchase I've made. I remembered somebody was looking for it here so I hook them up. :)
  • pjradiopjradio Posts: 6,704
    demetrios wrote:
    pjradio wrote:
    demetrios wrote:
    Love that image snap shot. ;)


    curious, what made you take a screen grab of that?....way to look forward

    I screen grab every purchase I've made. I remembered somebody was looking for it here so I hook them up. :)

    great idea...i might have to start doing that :thumbup:

    still amazed that $46 was the cost of that
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  • Jerome230Jerome230 Posts: 901
    People on here collect records, keep them sealed and don't have a record player?!?!?!?! WTF, thats just plain silly

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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 47,758
    This would be awesome!!! To everyone except those who kept theirs to sell for $1500. :roll: A first pressing would still be special (aren't they numbered by hand or something?), but I'd looooooove a reissue. No way will I ever ever pay $1000+ for Benny Hall, so fingers crossed that they will do this! .... It might help that vinyl is making a big comeback, thank god. Plus, for those good people who actually value their vinyl for the music that they make when you play them rather than for what they're worth on eBay would be happy for reissue too, since surely many of theirs are worn out by now! :D
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  • ZodZod Posts: 6,220
    pjradio wrote:

    still amazed that $46 was the cost of that

    Even more amazing was I was a poor student when it came out. I paid the $46 as well but it took me a full day to pull the trigger on buying it (I really couldn't afford it at the time). I'm glad I did :) I think it still didn't sellout until the day after that. (Which means it took 2 days to sell the 2000 copies).
  • sonnasonna Posts: 377
    One for sale now on ebay. £800.00!!!!!!!!!

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  • and one for sale in the lost dogs forum.
    Its probably been snapped up already though!
    Sealed vinyl is bad vinyl.
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  • Leezestarr313Leezestarr313 Temple of the catPosts: 14,063
    Bumpity!

    I wouldn't mind getting one of these babies as a wedding pressie :mrgreen: It's just one of my essential all-time favourites! Thank you, Pearl Jam :wave:
  • PkePke Ayrshire ,ScotlandPosts: 846
    got it opend it played it love it :)

    get that for a re-release out their wont make much difference to the value of original anyway

    an anyone that keeps them sealed are of their head :fp:

    their made to be listend to spin spin ;)
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  • YLed2YLed2 Des Moines, IAPosts: 5,533
    Holy Hell, yes please!

    Would more than likely be my most prized asset if I have had the chance to own it.
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  • youngsteryoungster BostonPosts: 6,574
    Jerome230 wrote:
    They should do a pre-order for the re-issues, and give 10 Clubbers fair warning - say, a month in advance, and PJ would only press as many that were pre-ordered - no set "limited to X" amount bullshit.

    The problem with that is there would be some people who would complain that a month wasn't enough time and they didn't have the money. After 10C stopped taking pre-orders, you'd have those people complain that they should make more, that now they have the money and are pissed that they aren't available anymore.

    It's kinda like what happened to the PJ20 DVD's. They were available for weeks and when they were gone, all of a sudden people were like "WTF?" 10c can't win no matter how they do things.
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