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Night Runner - Starfighter download album

  • Performer: Night Runner
  • Album: Starfighter
  • FLAC: 1596 mb | MP3: 1681 mb
  • Released: 2014
  • Style: Synthwave
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 205
Night Runner - Starfighter download album

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This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/155 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Starfighter. BPM Profile Starfighter. Album starts at 139BPM, ends at 119BPM (-20), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Night Runner.

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After Hours 2:17
Invaders 4:28
Starlight 4:27
Ride The Sky 4:13
Roses & Blood 3:32
Almost There 5:42
The Sentinels 5:30
Nuclear Countdown 7:21
The Driver 4:05
Murder In Miami 7:15


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Night Runner Starfighter ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Not On Label (Night Runner Self-Released) none 2014
none Night Runner Starfighter ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Night Runner Self-Released) none 2014
PMR-011 Night Runner Starfighter ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Pin) Poisoned Mind Records PMR-011 US 2017
PMR-011 Night Runner Starfighter ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Pin) Poisoned Mind Records PMR-011 US 2017
PMR-011 Night Runner Starfighter ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, S/Edition, Bla) Poisoned Mind Records PMR-011 US 2017
PMR-011 Night Runner Starfighter ‎(LP, Album, TP) Poisoned Mind Records PMR-011 US 2017

Mine showed up with shrink wrap opened and records shipped out of sleeve witch I guess is good So it doesn't split the sleeve but I like them to be unopened when I receive them if they are sealed. Anyone else have this?
Yes, but that's the only way vinyl should be shipped anyway.
Already a nasty flipper trying to sell this for some crazy price. That didn't take long. Not only that but they created the discogs listing for the sole purpose to flip...
Yea i know and thank you, i try to explain my side and be blunt and honest with what i do.It's a problem with all collectors of anything, especially posters and art. Mondo bots and scalpers destroy the opportunity for the collector to get anything, until it's shot up 4X the price on Ebay. I agree with you though, it's hard to understand ones beliefs and values, and why they do it. I get the thrill out of limited releases for rarity, to sell, and to keep. I think i'm a materialistic person. I view art and vinyl as something that is not just beautiful and looks cool, but something that deeply has embedded rarity and value. Marxism ways i guess. While others look at vinyl as just a piece of plastic with a nice sound and they'll tear it up because they love it that much. I love my collection too, just not only in the love of listening and collecting, but in the love of valued interest and rarity.
Ok i'll reply, i mean yes i agree. I don't do preorders though. I wait for the release to come through and depending on if i want to keep it or resell it depends entirely on if it's something i truly want. I have canceled orders before because i've decided on keeping things to listen to and collect. Thing is the longer i wait MonkeyRobot the longer its value drops. for example, Waveshaper was worth $150 after the release, but now is with as low as $50. I'm a very smart seller, i make sure that my collection has value, but it also clean and it keeps its value. I listen to all of my records except for a couple worth $400 or more. I don't always collect for rarity, i have records that i buy with the money i make off of other releases, but that 's what i do. That's how i make my money. Now i do keep the records up for a week with a higher price, but i always drop it down to 2X it's value, that's how i work and how i make money, as well as fuel my collection. Now i know its not fair for some and i really don't try to tick people off with my prices, 2X to me is pretty fair with this release considering the rarity and what it comes with. So i totally agree with you, i know your a good person, and i know your mad at how some of this works, but it's how i make money to fuel what i collect. I for one don't agree with scalpers that buy more then two copies just for the profit and not even to collect or resell for their collection. I think it's rude to hike prices if you have more then two copies and should only be at 2X or a bit less max. If you can make $300 in the first week off the record though so be it, but i keep my word when i say i drop my prices for limited and sold out releases. I actually did sell the night vinyl release. He seemed really happy to get it and it will be shipping out tomorrow. I'm a decent seller, i know sellers that take advantage, but i only buy one copy depending on it's price range. I got about seven or so Reflections Echo Drug LPs and about five TV Girl LP's but i sell them all for 2x the price and make sure it's fair for people that want them, they even released more for the variant. I'm glad you can understand how i work though. i make money like everyone else, but this is my job for right now. This is how i make money, but also how i collect and afford my collection. I think i work just as hard as anyone else doing eBay, working with sellers and buyers, and making records move. I sell more on Ebay then i do of course on here, i also work with antiques as well, so its all included in the business
We aren't going to agree but I at least respect that you are being blunt about it. I know it makes sense business wise but it is morally wrong in my opinion and not a problem confined to vinyl.
My point is that you only bought one to immediately resell thus taking away the opportunity for someone that actually wants to keep it and listen to it. If you had waited even a couple months to do this it wouldn't be as bad but directly listing it after getting in the mail is not right. I know flipping is almost impossible to end completely but purchase limits help like you said. Waxwork found that out the hard way with the deluxe version of The Thing. I'm not saying you are inherently a bad person because you flip records. You could be a doctor that saves lives for all I know. Unfortunately this is just a nasty side effect of the renewed popularity of the medium. Saying you "love" charging someone 3 times the price for something isn't very kind though and not something people just need to deal with. Half the time I comment on an albums page that product is still for sale for the regular price if you know where to look.
I lied to you to be honest. I only got 1 copy. I deleted my old comments because everything that i want to tell you is in my bottom comment, so we don't flood this page with comments. I looked at your page and all of your comments are rants about resellers. You're just bitter towards Discogs and the record industry. Now read my bottom comment again and learn what i'm trying to say. I get your perspective, but you need to know mine. I'm not going to leave anymore comments on this release page, so don't expect this to go any farther.
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Yeah I don't think what I am doing is trolling but whatever floats your boat. Discogs sole purpose isn't for people to rip others off. Also here is the product page explicitly stating 1 per person in capital letters. Nice job deleting your old comments. http://poisonedmindrecords.bigcartel.com/product/night-runner-starfighter
Dude you are just trolling so hard on releases. Thing is people sell on here. You have the vinyl so be happy. I can't change your opinion of anyone that resells, but i can say that it's not going to stop. Keep up the comments, just know that your comments won't resolve anything. Mondo is born for limited releases and coping big tags on Ebay and Discogs. Waxworks is secretly known for the same. Every label wants to sell out, that's their goal. You're a good label if you keep the peace between both parties, but they know their main objective is to sell out and make money, regardless if others are making money too. For example, the Deluxe release from waxworks was sold out very quickly, how did they resolve this issue? Opened the market back up for a day. Still limited, people are still selling their stuff, but guess what. They made bank. They made people happy for a whole day, but the people that complain and whine are the ones that don't get that record selling is a business, it's an investment as well, and it is also a hobby to collect records, maybe for value, maybe for the keep, but in the end everyone should be happy. If people didn't get the release i'm sorry, but i personally bought from them, spent my money for their records, and it makes me happy, made them happy, and made them money. So who cares? If one gets a masters degree in Art or one that takes on a record label should know that their "art" should be worth money, or one has failed to provide oneself with a sufficient business. When people say it's not about money they're bluffing. It's about money, but it's also about the releases and having fun producing them. Fan bases are weird. There is the people that will never sell a record in their life and just spend money on records, there is the people that buy, sell, and collect (ME), and there is the people that only sell and never buy only for the profit (Not Me). The thing is how can all of these people interact with each other to make the releases more sufficient? One thing that can change the industry is limited to 1 per household (I agree with you on that), this will give the person a chance to do whatever he/she pleases with the record. Another idea is to stop doing 100 limited pressings and start doing limited pressings of say, 300 or 500. This will give people more chances and fuel both sides of the spectrum along with the limited 1 per household rule applied.So let me just say that labels want to sell, people want to sell and collect, but there has to be peace and middle ground. Everyone should have a fair chance to get any release, but if you're not there and the release sells out, that's not the labels fault, that's ones own fault to not be prepared to cop a release. The world can't always be fair and it will never be fair. Things retire, things discontinue, things become rare. As time passes this record will be worth more then 2x what i sold it for and everyone wins. The collector will be happy, the seller will be happy, and the labels should all be happy for selling out and producing some fantastic works of art. Yes MonkeyRobot, it's not all bout the money, i get that, but it is also about the money and the rarity to some people. Maybe not you because you fit in a different category. Maybe you don't resell your records, or maybe you only buy, idk you, but i do know that the records business including every record store in the country and Discogs all know that they resell, maybe for the money, but also for the collectivity and the fun it has to have a limited release. Money runs the world, you can't buy or collect new records without money. If i choose to buy records from money i spent slaving away working at McDonalds etc then so be it, but i choose to collect and sell by the money i make off of records. That's my joy, that's the fun, it gives me a drive, and it's an addicting thrill to cop a limited release to either keep or resell. Either way, i love records, i love the art, the variants, the colors, the aesthetic sound. Everything i do is for my collection and or myself. Wether you choose to buy or sell, or collect for rarity is not up to me, but i know i love it.
Well considering it was supposed to be 1 per person it does. Keep trying to defend your actions. I like how you took it off here and put it on ebay for $110.
I actually did get the limited version so that has nothing to do with you listing the album for $300 immediately upon receiving it. Not only that but you obviously created this discog entry for the sole purpose to sell it.
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