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datraceman

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Hey guys! So glad to see this board back up. I was a lurker for a long time before joining in what became the waning days before this reboot. 

Anyways, here's the deal. I'm getting married in December and money is tight because my future in-laws had some recent financial setbacks. In order to pay for the wedding cake I'm having to sell some of my collection that I've had for many years. 

If anyone is interested in any of these items, please let me know and we will negotiate a price. I probably waited about 6 years too late to sell these but I was always in it for the fun and not the cash. As of now, getting married and not going into massive debt beforehand is more important than my collection. I'm not looking to get rich and if an offer is fair, I'll sell it. 

Pictures to come later tonight:

Drummer Boy (the Essential version with "He" acoustic)

Drummer Boy (the Silvertone version with "Wicker Baskets")

Flood singles (there are two, the one released to stores and the one released to radio with different mixes)

Five Candles (You Were There) single - I hate to part with this one because the artwork is so cool but alas. 

Unforgetful You single (has the cold start and the random noise and Steve making some weird warm up note before it starts versions)

Platinum - I opened it to look at the artwork but it has never been played and is in mint condition. 

Jars of Clay Interactive - a CD-ROM put out between the ST & Much Afraid that has a live performance of some song from the PFR tour in 1995 and other behind the scenes videos. 

Crazy Times single - The CD-ROM version that has 4 tracks and a bunch of behind the scenes videos on it

Much Afraid Seatbelt Tuba Edition - another rarity I'm having a hard time letting go of. It has a bonus disc with unreleased acoustic versions of "Crazy Times", "Liquid", and "The Coffee Song". 

I have a few others but I'll start here. If I get super desperate I have a copy of Front Yard Luge and Stringtown that I might offer. 

Sorry to spam and word vomit here everyone, the things we do for love
NewMath

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I'd definitely be interested in a few of those, particularly...

Drummer Boy (the Silvertone version with "Wicker Baskets")
Flood singles - both of them
Five Candles (You Were There) single
Much Afraid Seatbelt Tuba Edition
Front Yard Luge

Let me know if you still have these kicking around.

You can email me at jarscanada@yahoo.ca

Thanks.
WeighedDown

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I'm always on the hunt for collectibles, but I already have all of the items you listed. I hope you find a buyer!
stand_1998

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I'm late to the party, but do you have the "Fly" single? I'm looking for the one with the awesome image of a tree on the front album art.
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worlds_apart

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Originally Posted by NewMath
I'd definitely be interested in a few of those, particularly...

Drummer Boy (the Silvertone version with "Wicker Baskets")
Flood singles - both of them
Five Candles (You Were There) single
Much Afraid Seatbelt Tuba Edition
Front Yard Luge

Let me know if you still have these kicking around.

You can email me at jarscanada@yahoo.ca

Thanks.
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This^ for sure Front Yard Luge and the Seatbelt Tuba ed of Much Afraid. Email me @avalonfanatic85@yahoo.com

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