Talk:Stumpbox III The Ceaseless Screaming
Okay, I've been a fan of TMBG since 1987. I just recently got on the internet and I seem to have missed the glory days of getting bootlegs. I really need to know where to get these Stumpbox albums. How do I get in on the whole tradeing cd's thing if I don't have anything really special or rare. Drop me a note at email@example.com. Thank You.
"Hey, I have almost exactly the same situation as the person above. I would be happy to give you anything I have in exchange for some Stumpbox (although I probably won't have anything you all don't already have) and I will happily buy and then delete some tracks I already have so as to make sure the Giants receive money for creations of theirs that make me feel good (if anyone knows a better way to get around the fact that I can't actually buy these tracks from TMBG, please let me know). If anyone's interested, I'm firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you."
I'm not quoting anyone. I thought putting my words in quotations would be easier because then it'd be clear when I'm talking and when I'm not... although I don't reckon it was unclear to begin with. Please pardon my lack of wiki etiquette.
Number of Tracks
Hey, I'm just curious, but my copy of this bootleg only has 27 tracks like its page here says, but the info for each MP3 says that there are supposed to be 29 tracks. For example, track 1 is listed as track 1 of 29, track 2 is listed as track 2 of 29, etc. Does anyone know if these additional two tracks really exist? And if so, does anyone have them or know anything about them? I'd really appreciate this info. Thanks. (If nothing else, I guess I can just ask Mr. Nuclear later.) ~Drew
Does anyone know what year this is from?