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Title: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: AETC on Thu, Jun 06, 2013, 12:25 PM
Artist: KING CREOSOTE
Title: Analogue Catalogue
Released: 2013
Cat: BOER 001

(http://www.alteregotradingcompany.org/images/music/kc-analogue-250.jpg)

A stripped back vinyl EP recorded at Analogue Catalogue (http://www.analoguecat.com/).

Tracklist:


Available in the Trading Post (http://www.alteregotradingcompany.org/trading-post.htm)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: michi_p on Thu, Jun 06, 2013, 12:30 PM
This is such a good record. Well, I was listening to it last night and that's what I thought: this is such a lovely record.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: fuctifano on Sun, Jun 16, 2013, 22:02 PM
you're right. it's a really good record.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: arab on Mon, Jun 17, 2013, 11:45 AM
where do i get this?

cheers
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Jackie on Mon, Jun 17, 2013, 17:59 PM
'Impossible to Resist' is my favourite KC track at the moment.  Just brilliant.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: AETC on Tue, Jun 18, 2013, 17:09 PM
where do i get this?

Available at King Creosote live shows while stocks last.

Or ask hisnibs of course.

Love you! x
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: thebot on Thu, Jun 27, 2013, 07:40 AM
Important news:  I have seen lots of women with knuckleduster fists this week in Edinburgh.  If anyone finds them impossible to resist they should be through here filling their boots, as it were.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: baldpar on Sun, Aug 11, 2013, 10:01 AM
Got a copy at the Queen's Hall show last week. Lovely stuff   :)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: e.r on Wed, Aug 14, 2013, 09:21 AM
if there is a chance for me to buy one of these beauties, i would love to pay for shipping. please let me know, if that's possible. located in Germany it's almost impossible to come over to a show (sadly sadly). you should really come to play here soon.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: graham on Wed, Aug 21, 2013, 00:09 AM
Gets a big thumbs up from the long term residents of Chez Bass.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: AETC on Wed, Aug 21, 2013, 14:22 PM
if there is a chance for me to buy one of these beauties, i would love to pay for shipping. please let me know, if that's possible. located in Germany it's almost impossible to come over to a show (sadly sadly). you should really come to play here soon.

We've just started accepting UK mail orders for this record (see above). Hopefully we'll get round to working out postal rates to further afield before too long. We'll update this thread when that celebratory day comes!  :)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Kimmers on Thu, Aug 22, 2013, 11:10 AM
Is this available in CD format? Sorry, I don't have a record player yet. I forgot to see if there were CDs at the QH gig.
Thanks!
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Leckers on Thu, Aug 22, 2013, 20:16 PM
Is this available in CD format? Sorry, I don't have a record player yet. I forgot to see if there were CDs at the QH gig.
Thanks!


lol.  ;D
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Kirbyfan on Thu, Aug 22, 2013, 21:14 PM
How do I get my mitts on this elusive warbling? Cheques to?
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: eddfriz on Sat, Aug 24, 2013, 16:55 PM
Is there anyway to get this via PayPal as I don't have a cheque book? :-(
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: coilsandco on Sat, Aug 24, 2013, 20:24 PM
Is there anyway to get this via PayPal as I don't have a cheque book? :-(

Its the beginning of the end once PayPal gets involved...

I'm sure some kind soul on here will help get you a copy

 ;)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: e.r on Tue, Aug 27, 2013, 09:32 AM
yeah. same here. hope it will be available via paypal for europeans as well.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Rusticbob on Sun, Sep 01, 2013, 16:39 PM
Was this on sale at the Bunfight?  Just remembering now that it was the thing that I intended to get my hands on, but don't think I saw it anywhere, and forgot to ask on account of all the other things I got my hands on.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: chaz on Fri, Sep 06, 2013, 18:29 PM
Is this available on cd? Sadly I had to give up my turntables
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: coilsandco on Fri, Sep 13, 2013, 12:18 PM
I don't wish to cast aspersions, but have any of the people looking for a CD release of this EP ever considered buying a record player?  They can be picked up reasonably cheaply, or if you're feeling flush you can get really good new ones for less than 300.  I know there are amps, speakers etc to be bought as well but a lot of folk these days think nothing of getting a new iPhone every couple of years, or whenever Apple release version 4.2 or whatever shit that they do.  A half decent record player will probably last you until the end of your life and I suspect will bring a lot more enjoyment to it than an iPhone.

 :D
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Ooohmince on Fri, Sep 13, 2013, 12:35 PM
Here, here!

I managed to pick up a fairly decent one with built-in speakers and mp3-making capabilities for around 150 from
a certain high street hipster shop (which rhymes with Turban Goutshitters) and, touch wood, 'tis no bad so far.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Dubster on Fri, Sep 13, 2013, 15:38 PM
all very well but the only time I get to devote myself entirely to an album is when driving along on long journeys (which never happens) or when working (which is outdoors), which makes a record player a highly impractical way of accessing the music.  We have an excellent record player and speakers in our house and Mr D has an extensive record collection which is, frankly, taking over the downstairs.  I did buy a good few vinyl releases from Fence last year but I can count on one hand the number of times I have actually sat down and listened to an album all the way through...
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Uncle Ellwyn on Fri, Sep 13, 2013, 15:56 PM
I don't wish to cast aspersions, but have any of the people looking for a CD release of this EP ever considered buying a record player?  They can be picked up reasonably cheaply, or if you're feeling flush you can get really good new ones for less than 300.  I know there are amps, speakers etc to be bought as well but a lot of folk these days think nothing of getting a new iPhone every couple of years, or whenever Apple release version 4.2 or whatever shit that they do.  A half decent record player will probably last you until the end of your life and I suspect will bring a lot more enjoyment to it than an iPhone.

 :D

 :-* :)
(wanted to use the clapping hands but it isn't here.  :'()
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: chaz on Fri, Sep 13, 2013, 18:33 PM
I don't wish to cast aspersions, but have any of the people looking for a CD release of this EP ever considered buying a record player?  They can be picked up reasonably cheaply, or if you're feeling flush you can get really good new ones for less than 300.  I know there are amps, speakers etc to be bought as well but a lot of folk these days think nothing of getting a new iPhone every couple of years, or whenever Apple release version 4.2 or whatever shit that they do.  A half decent record player will probably last you until the end of your life and I suspect will bring a lot more enjoyment to it than an iPhone.

 :D
thats all very well but I have 2 kids to feed and have a crap job. I can barely afford to buy the music :(
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Ally on Fri, Sep 13, 2013, 21:37 PM
all very well but the only time I get to devote myself entirely to an album is when driving along on long journeys (which never happens) or when working (which is outdoors), which makes a record player a highly impractical way of accessing the music.  We have an excellent record player and speakers in our house and Mr D has an extensive record collection which is, frankly, taking over the downstairs.  I did buy a good few vinyl releases from Fence last year but I can count on one hand the number of times I have actually sat down and listened to an album all the way through...

And there is the rub... I have a large record collection, most of which has sat un-played for 20 years... I have bought records since (because I love them)... all un-played more or less...

No-one loves "the album" more than me... I listen to nothing else... I don't download, I don't own an ipod... I don't do singles or quick hits or shuffles or random... I just do albums from track 1 to the end... But I've a busy life so it only happens on the frequent long journeys I take

My favourite release mechanism was always the LP with CD/CDR thrown in... Guess that might be expensive to produce though...

Vinyl is cool - but it has its limitations.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: baldpar on Fri, Sep 13, 2013, 23:04 PM
I don't wish to cast aspersions, but have any of the people looking for a CD release of this EP ever considered buying a record player?  They can be picked up reasonably cheaply, or if you're feeling flush you can get really good new ones for less than 300.  I know there are amps, speakers etc to be bought as well but a lot of folk these days think nothing of getting a new iPhone every couple of years, or whenever Apple release version 4.2 or whatever shit that they do.  A half decent record player will probably last you until the end of your life and I suspect will bring a lot more enjoyment to it than an iPhone.

 :D

Some very true words here. I kept my turntable, amp and speakers. Set them up again a couple of years ago. Bought a new stylus and turntable belt and started buying vinyl again (mostly Fence related). It's great to sit down and listen to the music without any distractions. I appreciate that not everybody can afford the equipment or spare the time but it's an investment worth making.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: coilsandco on Sat, Sep 14, 2013, 08:59 AM
all very well but the only time I get to devote myself entirely to an album is when driving along on long journeys (which never happens) or when working (which is outdoors), which makes a record player a highly impractical way of accessing the music.  We have an excellent record player and speakers in our house and Mr D has an extensive record collection which is, frankly, taking over the downstairs.  I did buy a good few vinyl releases from Fence last year but I can count on one hand the number of times I have actually sat down and listened to an album all the way through...

And there is the rub... I have a large record collection, most of which has sat un-played for 20 years... I have bought records since (because I love them)... all un-played more or less...

No-one loves "the album" more than me... I listen to nothing else... I don't download, I don't own an ipod... I don't do singles or quick hits or shuffles or random... I just do albums from track 1 to the end... But I've a busy life so it only happens on the frequent long journeys I take

My favourite release mechanism was always the LP with CD/CDR thrown in... Guess that might be expensive to produce though...

Vinyl is cool - but it has its limitations.

I hear that.  As a middle aged man with three children I tend to do a lot of my music listening in the car.  A bit like Alan Partridge.  I've never got into the whole downloading/iPod lark, and still the CD is still my recorded music medium of choice.  I have a tonne of records that I don't often listen to, but I'm fortunate enough to have enough room in the house to store them without them getting in the way.  I keep about a dozen by the record player at any given time, and even though I listen to CDs more often I don't think I could ever be without a rekkid player and a wee stack of rekkids.  I like these vinyl only releases as they force you to listen to music in a way that you may not ordinarily do.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Sun, Sep 15, 2013, 15:03 PM
Linn are selling 24bit audio files that sound almost as good as their record decks if played through powered speakers costing 36 grand a pair and a receiver gizmo that costs 15 grand.

Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: chaz on Sun, Sep 15, 2013, 16:45 PM
Linn are selling 24bit audio files that sound almost as good as their record decks if played through powered speakers costing 36 grand a pair and a receiver gizmo that costs 15 grand.
seems legit  ;D
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: hallav on Sun, Sep 15, 2013, 17:23 PM
Linn are selling 24bit audio files that sound almost as good as their record decks if played through powered speakers costing 36 grand a pair and a receiver gizmo that costs 15 grand.

I've heard them at a Linn Lounge Demo and they do.......actually they are better........subjectively.

I was told that the Akubarik speakers are 'aspirational' and not outside the realms of those who spend tens of thousands on a new car. Well that's alright then.......

I wanted a Linn Sondek in 1973 when I was 13 and I still do but it has never ever been within my reach financially. I have owned a Linn Axis since 1983 (part of the Linn 'value' range) and everything I play on it sounds good to me. I realised a long time ago that I love music much more than the equipment it's played on.





Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: coilsandco on Mon, Sep 16, 2013, 13:04 PM
Linn are selling 24bit audio files that sound almost as good as their record decks if played through powered speakers costing 36 grand a pair and a receiver gizmo that costs 15 grand.

I'll take two!
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Mon, Sep 16, 2013, 17:14 PM
s0rry C0i1sy, they 0n1y made 2 pairs, 0ne f0r andrew carnegie and the 0ther f0r their sh0wr00m
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Dubster on Thu, Sep 19, 2013, 21:59 PM
back on the subject of CDs/vinyl/ipods etc, it struck me today that listening through in-ear headphones on an ipod/mp3 also reveals subtle nuances (if that's the right word) in the recording which might otherwise be missed.  Take Ankle Shackles - towards the end there is a wineglass type noise (a la Lone Pigeon Wineglass Finale) in the background and what sounds like someone opening a can of fizzy drink in the closing few bars... Do you hear them when listening to vinyl (without headphones) - I'm not sure as I don't have track on any vinyl...? 
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Thu, Sep 19, 2013, 23:06 PM
0n viny1 y0u can taste the irn bru
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Dubster on Fri, Sep 20, 2013, 07:20 AM
0n viny1 y0u can taste the irn bru
:)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Ally on Fri, Sep 20, 2013, 14:30 PM
I'm an audiophile - always have been...which is why I've never subscribed to those ipod / compressed mp3 thing-ma-files...

So I like my records a lot.

But they're not much good if I'm asleep by the time Ankle Shackles comes on... I miss Irn Bru though
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Fri, Sep 20, 2013, 14:40 PM
whit? ank1e shack1es is the track that's supp0sed t0 send y0u t0 s1eep, n0t the 4 that c0mes af0re  :P
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Ally on Fri, Sep 20, 2013, 15:07 PM
whit? ank1e shack1es is the track that's supp0sed t0 send y0u t0 s1eep, n0t the 4 that c0mes af0re  :P

Usual evening in my house: Kids in to bed, downstairs for 9.00, wife asleep in front of goggle box and me snoring with my headphones on by 9.30. Eventually I just gave up on the headphones and embraced falling asleep to Downton Abbey as well... Looking forward to rocking out with my record deck when I retire...


...Might even try to venture out of the house...

Tell you something though (just so I don't lose all face) - I just came across "how I won my stripes" from earlier in the year. Fuck me, that's good.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Fri, Sep 20, 2013, 17:09 PM
venture acr0ss the irish sea at easter time and bring the gang!

 :)

Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Leckers on Fri, Sep 20, 2013, 17:13 PM
back on the subject of CDs/vinyl/ipods etc, it struck me today that listening through in-ear headphones on an ipod/mp3 also reveals subtle nuances (if that's the right word) in the recording which might otherwise be missed.  Take Ankle Shackles - towards the end there is a wineglass type noise (a la Lone Pigeon Wineglass Finale) in the background and what sounds like someone opening a can of fizzy drink in the closing few bars... Do you hear them when listening to vinyl (without headphones) - I'm not sure as I don't have track on any vinyl...?


the whineglass is much more prominent
on the original recording, which, imho, is
much, much better than the finished product.
still, that's me. wonderful song.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Fri, Sep 20, 2013, 17:50 PM
it's easier t0 hear the baby bird stuck in the 1um in the first versi0n
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: chaz on Sat, Sep 21, 2013, 09:52 AM
0n viny1 y0u can taste the irn bru
absolutely creasing myself! It has been an all nighter though
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: hallav on Sat, Sep 21, 2013, 11:02 AM
0n viny1 y0u can taste the irn bru

But the bubbles are fizzier in 24bit/192kHz......
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: R on Thu, Oct 03, 2013, 21:55 PM
Mine arrived today! Lovely cover art in real life - especially the leaves.

Haven't listened to it yet mind - turntable catastrophe :(
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: godyttops on Sat, Oct 12, 2013, 11:06 AM
My copy arrived this morning - lovely stuff, although 'tell it how it is' coincided with my newborn filling a nappy, so I'm not sure if that constitutes a review.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Sat, Oct 12, 2013, 15:27 PM
n0r d0es it c0nstipate a review  :)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: nsps on Wed, Dec 18, 2013, 19:21 PM
Any way to obtain this disc in the USA yet?
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Thu, Dec 19, 2013, 13:27 PM
we'll stock our trading post with vinyl in the New Year - kc's analogue catalogue 10" EP, and kc's "that might be it, darling" 12" LP for starters.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Uncle Ellwyn on Thu, Dec 19, 2013, 21:21 PM
we'll stock our trading post with vinyl in the New Year - kc's analogue catalogue 10" EP, and kc's "that might be it, darling" 12" LP for starters.

Hoo Rah
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Sander on Sun, Jan 05, 2014, 17:54 PM
Artist: KING CREOSOTE
Title: Analogue Catalogue
Released: 2013
Cat: BOER 001

(http://www.alteregotradingcompany.org/images/music/kc-analogue-250.jpg)

A stripped back vinyl EP recorded at Analogue Catalogue (http://www.analoguecat.com/).

Tracklist:

  • Impossible to resist
  • Feart to go outside
  • Tell it how it is
  • Honest words

Available at King Creosote live shows or via mail-order for 10 + 3 P&P (currently UK orders only we're afraid). Cheques should be made out to "Fence Records" and sent to:

King Creosote
PO Box 14261
Anstruther
Fife
KY10 3YF

I haven't read through the whole thread yet but is this still available at the moment?
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: e.r on Tue, Jan 14, 2014, 11:21 AM
yes, I'm waiting as well. paypal anytime soon?
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Tue, Jan 14, 2014, 12:07 PM
yes and no - there's a few new/old titles to be launched/announced at the world two-er and in the March AETC 'zine, after which we'll restock the trading post.

sorry for the delay - i'll very soon be ba' deep in rehearsals in the lead up to the WToC, and my entire staff would appear to be off making their own mischief  8)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: e.r on Sun, Jan 19, 2014, 23:56 PM
any chane to get the march AETC 'zine in germany? cheers
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Leckers on Mon, Jan 20, 2014, 13:04 PM
no chane whatsoever.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: e.r on Tue, Feb 04, 2014, 00:05 AM
saad
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: franzkafka on Tue, Feb 04, 2014, 13:39 PM
How do we get the 'zine.  Is it a SAE to AETC? 
What is a "zine?    I want one toooooo
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: baldpar on Tue, Feb 04, 2014, 19:19 PM
How do we get the 'zine.  Is it a SAE to AETC? 
What is a "zine?    I want one toooooo

Click on the memorandum tab on the homepage for details. The zine is a wonderfully put together fanzine by Kwaing himself. They have been known to contain a wee gift  :)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Wed, Feb 05, 2014, 00:07 AM
saad

jackie says she'll post out a year's worth of the aetc 'zine to germany in exchange for a week's holiday for 2 in your house - at least that's the deal she struck with uncle ellwyn, flights and all.

2 0 eh? (text speak for zwei nought, eh?)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Jackie on Wed, Feb 05, 2014, 10:39 AM
saad

jackie says she'll post out a year's worth of the aetc 'zine to germany in exchange for a week's holiday for 2 in your house - at least that's the deal she struck with uncle ellwyn, flights and all.

2 0 eh? (text speak for zwei nought, eh?)
To be honest I was hoping to strike a deal in India or New Zealand next.  Anyone??
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: hallav on Wed, Feb 05, 2014, 10:48 AM
saad

jackie says she'll post out a year's worth of the aetc 'zine to germany in exchange for a week's holiday for 2 in your house - at least that's the deal she struck with uncle ellwyn, flights and all.

2 0 eh? (text speak for zwei nought, eh?)6
To be honest I was hoping to strike a deal in India or New Zealand next.  Anyone??

I can offer a bijou residence in easy reach of Ashby-de-la-Zouch.........

Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Jackie on Thu, Feb 06, 2014, 17:09 PM
saad

jackie says she'll post out a year's worth of the aetc 'zine to germany in exchange for a week's holiday for 2 in your house - at least that's the deal she struck with uncle ellwyn, flights and all.

2 0 eh? (text speak for zwei nought, eh?)6
To be honest I was hoping to strike a deal in India or New Zealand next.  Anyone??

I can offer a bijou residence in easy reach of Ashby-de-la-Zouch.........
sorry holding out for India - thanks for the offer though!
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: e.r on Thu, Feb 06, 2014, 23:42 PM
berlin isn't that bad. some great indian food at least.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Jackie on Fri, Feb 07, 2014, 09:44 AM
berlin isn't that bad. some great indian food at least.
Yes I've been to Berlin really liked it.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: fuctifano on Fri, Feb 07, 2014, 13:02 PM
berlin isn't that bad. some great indian food at least.

isn't michi-p from berlin? don't know if that helps. in fact I've not really read the whole thread.

That hotel in berlin with all the themed rooms...that's cool.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: e.r on Fri, Feb 07, 2014, 13:09 PM
I'm from berlin if that helps   :)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Jackie on Fri, Feb 07, 2014, 17:49 PM
I'm from berlin if that helps   :)

Obviously you can't send an SAE yourself from the UK to Germany you need someone here to do that for you.  I volunteered to send Uncle E's over to the US.  Maybe another kind Hubber could volunteer to do the same for you?  Alternatively if there are enough none UK hubbers want to receive the newsletters perhaps I could start a small business!
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: JohnnyBute on Fri, Feb 28, 2014, 17:11 PM
we'll stock our trading post with vinyl in the New Year - kc's analogue catalogue 10" EP, and kc's "that might be it, darling" 12" LP for starters.

Are these vinyls available to purchase just now?
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Fri, Feb 28, 2014, 19:30 PM
at live shows, aye! the 10" you can buy from the market garden, but i'm loathe to post out 12" vinyl - a lot of it gets returned having lain in a sorting office for months.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: JohnnyBute on Fri, Feb 28, 2014, 21:12 PM
at live shows, aye! the 10" you can buy from the market garden, but i'm loathe to post out 12" vinyl - a lot of it gets returned having lain in a sorting office for months.

Hopefully I'll get a wee crack at your merch soon...
first chance I get I'll probably buy one of everything you have  :D
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: strumski on Tue, Mar 04, 2014, 08:07 AM
Hi guys

can you tell me how I actually purchase from the market garden please.

Many thanks

Stu
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: lolsmit on Tue, Mar 04, 2014, 09:02 AM
Hi guys

can you tell me how I actually purchase from the market garden please.

Many thanks

Stu
Hey
Click on the "Alter Ego Trading Company" header in the top right corner of the hub forum.

Choose "Trading Post" from the menu therein.

There's nothing on there at this moment however, stuff does appear from time to time and is more often to be found at live shows.  Just keep an eye on the hub for news of releases, re-issues and shows.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: kwaing on Tue, Mar 04, 2014, 11:59 AM
Hi guys

can you tell me how I actually purchase from the market garden please.

Many thanks

Stu

hello stu - each item in the market garden has instructions on how to purchase said item if you scroll down past the artwork and the tracklisting.

other items - usually cdr titles - appear from time to time in the trading post as and when they're available. alas, this is sporadic at best.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: strumski on Tue, Mar 04, 2014, 14:48 PM
thanks for the replies folks, appreciated. Kicking myself I didnae buy analogue catalogue at Embra show last August, ah well.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Mr Onion on Sat, Apr 26, 2014, 16:28 PM
My copy just arrived. Thanks Kenny et al
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: DemonInDisguise on Wed, May 14, 2014, 22:24 PM
My copy just arrived. Thanks Kenny et al

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: franzkafka on Thu, May 15, 2014, 10:27 AM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Dubster on Thu, May 15, 2014, 13:18 PM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.

I don't iron. Fact.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: lolsmit on Thu, May 15, 2014, 13:38 PM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.

I don't iron. Fact.
::) Next you'll be wanting a vote...
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Dubster on Thu, May 15, 2014, 13:49 PM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.

I don't iron. Fact.
::) Next you'll be wanting a vote...
:) :)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: franzkafka on Thu, May 15, 2014, 13:54 PM
I don't iron. Fact.

Dubster you're completely out of control
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Dubster on Thu, May 15, 2014, 14:09 PM
I don't iron. Fact.

Dubster you're completely out of control
:) I'm not your typical woman, that's for sure.  Think I should probably have been born a boy - never happier than tinkering with my machinery.


cue funky... ;)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: franzkafka on Thu, May 15, 2014, 14:18 PM
I've arranged for some friends to pop out and visit you.   Dont be alarmed by their white coats or anything
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Dubster on Thu, May 15, 2014, 14:24 PM
I've arranged for some friends to pop out and visit you.   Dont be alarmed by their white coats or anything
:) I'm proud of the fact that I am considered 'quirky'.  Mad old cat lady is what I will be in my dotage..
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Jackie on Thu, May 15, 2014, 18:34 PM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.

I don't iron. Fact.
::) Next you'll be wanting a vote...
To be honest I'm wondering if that's all its cracked up to be.
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Scotpaulabear on Thu, May 15, 2014, 21:21 PM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.

I don't iron. Fact.

*non-ironing-high-five*  8)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Kimmers on Fri, May 16, 2014, 12:06 PM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.

I don't iron. Fact.

*non-ironing-high-five*  8)
*non-ironing-high-five*
The Mr is always jealous that I have a jeans/tshirt job. He's better at ironing than I am!  ;D
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: lolsmit on Fri, May 16, 2014, 13:15 PM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.

I don't iron. Fact.

*non-ironing-high-five*  8)
*non-ironing-high-five*
The Mr is always jealous that I have a jeans/tshirt job. He's better at ironing than I am!  ;D
Daft Sexist  :P
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Leckers on Fri, May 16, 2014, 14:08 PM
I've arranged for some friends to pop out and visit you.   Dont be alarmed by their white coats or anything
:) I'm proud of the fact that I am considered 'quirky'.  Mad old cat lady is what I will be in my dotage..


you'll be wearing purple
soon and rattling your
walking stick along railings.  :)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Kimmers on Fri, May 16, 2014, 14:08 PM

Spun my copy the other night whilst ploughing through the ironing - tremendous stuff.

Yes, I love ironing too, although if it's all shirts it can be a bit tedious.

I don't iron. Fact.

*non-ironing-high-five*  8)
*non-ironing-high-five*
The Mr is always jealous that I have a jeans/tshirt job. He's better at ironing than I am!  ;D
Daft Sexist  :P
:-*
Title: Re: King Creosote Analogue Cata
Post by: Dubster on Thu, Dec 11, 2014, 17:47 PM
I need a wiring diagram for a farm king 16hp hydrostatic with a briggs engine this is a starter/generator type
 thanks
lawnmowers and cars I can cope with but tractors are out of my league
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: AETC on Mon, Nov 30, 2015, 22:53 PM
*cough (http://www.alteregotradingcompany.org/trading-post.htm)*
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Roddy on Tue, Dec 01, 2015, 20:43 PM
And now back on the trading post !
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: Costa on Mon, Dec 07, 2015, 16:24 PM
This is killing me. So much new vinyl on the trading post, and I am not allowed to order, because I live in a third world country, i.e. Austria.  :( :( :( :( :(
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: strumski on Fri, Aug 19, 2016, 16:36 PM
Massive up for Monorail, finally got my hands on this after such a long time, cannae wait to get home and listen to it :)
Title: Re: King Creosote: Analogue Catalogue
Post by: NichoBI on Sat, Aug 20, 2016, 01:30 AM
Massive up for Monorail, finally got my hands on this after such a long time, cannae wait to get home and listen to it :)

I just got it too! Only got home at 2 AM though, and with 4 more albums to boot! Hopefully, I've got enough energy left in me to listen to both this and That Might Be It, Darling before I fall asleep.