Sanctuary Records is offering a pre-order on Motorhead’s new album, Kiss Of Death starting today (August 1).
$9.99 for the CD or the download
$19.99 for the CD or download and an exclusive t-shirt.
Let’s start off with a promo press kit for the upcoming Motorhead – Kiss Of Death…..click here. It was a BUY IT NOW for 49.99 GBP or about $94 USD.
Moving on to a CD single fetching $179.06. This auction is just crazy, 16 bids for a single that started at $9.99.
Target – Master Project Genesis - This CD is rare but paying $180 is way too much in my opinion.
This is the best completed auction yet: 43 bids totalling $820 for a CD you got free by sending in proofs of purchase and the shipping charge!
Metal Mark is away from The Heavy Metal Time Machine for a few days for a much needed vacation so he has asked a few people to be guest writers this week.
Monday, July 31 – Fred Charles
Tuesday, August 1 – Volkher Hoffman
Wednesday, August 2 – Steve Angulo (that’s me folks!)
Cruise over to the Time Machine, check out some good articles from some excellent writers…..then read mine and wonder why I bothered, LOL! Seriously, check out Fred’s and Volkher’s sites, they’re great.
PM UPDATE: The schedule up top might be wrong, I lost Metal Mark’s email with the schedule. Either way, check the site out, it’s really good.
Another Tuesday comes and I must spend money at the record store. Wasn’t much released today…..
Poison released remasters of their 1st three albums with bonuses…..ho-hum…..
Jouney reissued four of the Perry-era classics with bonus tracks…..isn’t this the 2nd or 3rd time Journey has had a remaster/reissue series?
New Powerman 5000…..I thought they disappeared…..
New Stone Sour…..not interested…..
Derek Sherinian has a new one…..passed at the $16 price tag…..
So why was I in front of the record store at 9:55am waiting for the doors to open at 10?
Kids Bop 10…….I have an 8 yr old.
I was also able to get a copy of the latest Michael Schenker/MSG album, Tales Of Rock’n Roll – 25 Years Celebration for $9.99. Locomotive Records has picked up the album for the U.S. release. Nice to see the MSG album released domestically and very nice to pay half the price of the European import!