About

I’m just a guy in Washington with a collection of records for a band I really like. I’ve met a few people along the way who are keeping up with the collection as much as I am and it’s kind of fun and kind of expensive, but it’s been a fun ride and this blog is basically to keep me up to date with what’s in the works, what’s been released and whatever else I can think of. Feel free to get in touch if you have anything to add, anything to sell me(test presses please) and whatever else you think I should read or hear.

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5 Responses to “About”

  1. There is currently a Sink or Swim Demo on ebay, it’s the middle half grey/blue variant

  2. I am sure you know this already, but just in case here is the link to the TGA forum:

    http://thegaslightanthem.bigforumpro.com/

    any chance you could add it to your blog roll? TGA is the greatest band!

  3. I ripped the Annandale Hotel set for everyone to enjoy as mp3s:
    http://www.megaupload.com/de/?d=B94R7HRV

  4. “I’m just a guy in Washington”
    wait.. like washington state? wher at man? u goin to the portland show?

  5. Christie Says:

    I wanted to thank you for this blog. The Gaslight Anthem has gotten me excited about new (or newer) music again, and I am so grateful for all the bootlegs and rips of various live/televised/acoustic sessions (and for all the people that have shared them–thanks, guys!). I’m beginning to collect TGA vinyl (though it looks like I’ve missed a lot of great presses, unfortunately), mainly as a result of this blog. Anyway– thanks a lot for keeping it up, it’s a great resource.

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