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  1. Mandy Warhol
    February 11, 2010 @ 6:52 am

    Because you’re worth it xxx

  2. Barney
    February 11, 2010 @ 11:28 am

    I’m very happy with my tricolor one – it’ll pay my kid’s way through college yet!

  3. Sean Earley
    February 11, 2010 @ 2:13 pm

    I’m happy with my tri-color. They really do look great!

  4. Theo
    February 12, 2010 @ 12:56 am

    I’m nearly beginning to feel socially inferior. Mustn’t panic. See, I don’t have a tricolor vinyl of BP’s record. Oh, yes, I hoped a white and gold and black one would jump out as I tore open the package from Third Man Records in Nashville but no, it was a humble black vinyl 7″ 45, exactly the same as, say, Elvis’ ‘Mystery Train’ or Dylan’s ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ and a million others both crap and brilliant. And wow the first-ever three-sided 45! And the first in Jack White’s ‘Spoken Word Instructional Series 001’. And the fade-out groove on ‘Fame #9’ where BP goes “I love you, Elvis I love you, Elvis I love you, Elvis I love you…” round and round and round until you lift the needle. Mad! And two tracks on the ‘B’; Jack White and BP talking on one channel and then on the other channel THE SONG!!! Jack White really went on a wild one here with BP Fallon and it’s turned out tremendously. Anyway to cut a longer story short… I’ve fallen in love with my black vinyl ‘Fame #9’ 45. I’m nearly sure the tricolors don’t sound any better. And I downloaded it on iTunes. I’m a proper savage for this punishment.