Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

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Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by GreenInk » Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:29 pm

Anyone have this tape or know anything about it? On the left, obviously.

Someone told me it was the members of Sancred..
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Re: Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by SEVERS » Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:46 am

I don't know anything about it, but am interested.
Nice PB&J by the way!
That's the first time in 20 years I've seen one in a case with a cover intact.
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Re: Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by GreenInk » Sun Sep 29, 2013 1:01 am

If anyone has cassette to digi capabilities I would gladly let it be ripped.
Liner notes are in good shape.
Definitely a small run, hand made fiasco.
Some real golden moments.. Is that a cello I hear?
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Re: Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by hstencil » Tue Oct 01, 2013 8:32 pm

This was Sean Wolfson's band. He was also in Lather. Not sure who else played on it, but I do know that "Chewbacca's high, Chewbacca's stoned!"
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Re: Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by quasar » Fri Oct 04, 2013 9:24 am

Holy shit. We have been looking for this. None of the former members have a copy and they desperately want mp3s.. We were just messaging each other the other day to see who had a copy.. message me. Let's figure something out.

Members were Sean Wolfson, Brian Toth, and Brian Kaelin. All members of Lather. Get in touch!
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Re: Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by GreenInk » Mon Oct 07, 2013 7:23 pm

I also have an ancient mixtape with Lather material on it.

Quasar.. email me at templarsquad@hotmail
or look me up on FB, Brain Kief Harpring.
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Post by quasar » Wed Oct 09, 2013 12:11 pm

GreenInk wrote:I also have an ancient mixtape with Lather material on it.

Quasar.. email me at templarsquad@hotmail
or look me up on FB, Brain Kief Harpring.
email sent!
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Re: Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by Thommy Browne » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:51 pm

Next up ... we need the CHIMNEY demo

Adam, do you have that in a digital format??

For those that don't know, Chimney was Brain Kaelin (Lather, Dybbuk), Brian Toth (Lather) and Tim Wunderlin (Dybbuk). It was the pre-cursor to Lather. The song "Equinox" on Lather's "A Modest Proposal" was a Chimney song.
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Re: Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by quasar » Tue Oct 22, 2013 9:57 am

Thommy Browne wrote:Next up ... we need the CHIMNEY demo

Adam, do you have that in a digital format??

For those that don't know, Chimney was Brain Kaelin (Lather, Dybbuk), Brian Toth (Lather) and Tim Wunderlin (Dybbuk). It was the pre-cursor to Lather. The song "Equinox" on Lather's "A Modest Proposal" was a Chimney song.
Dang.. that would be tough. I do have a copy but it's in the deserted wasteland that is my parent's basement.
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Re: Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

Post by quasar » Tue Nov 05, 2013 4:38 pm

here are the mp3s to Michuacan and the Acapulco Golds

http://www.sendspace.com/file/20490z
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