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The Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records Of August 2019

August was a time among others. I had a totally different post for this already written out, unfortunately it got lost somehow. It was far more rantier though and it’s probably for the best to lay off the salt a bit in these trying times. There’s a lot of good releases this month, and some okay. The Fingertracks compilation is both incredibly amazing and highly anticipated. I got my start in the world of file sharing & MP3 blogs, expanding my horizons rapidly and setting the pace for where I am today. Check everything out and let us know what you think.

Tool - Fear Inoculum album cover

#1 – Tool – Fear Inoculum

CD, Album, Ltd, S/Edition

Silver Jews - American Water album cover

#14 – Silver Jews – American Water

LP, Album, RE, RM, Half-Speed Mastered

Tool - Lateralus album cover

#16 – Tool – Lateralus

2xLP, Album, Ltd, Pic, RE, 180

Thom Yorke - Anima album cover

#21 – Thom Yorke – Anima

2xLP, Album, Ltd, Orange

Michael Jackson - Thriller album cover

#23 – Michael Jackson – Thriller

LP, Album, Pitman Pressing, Gatefold

Robyn - Body Talk album cover

#31 – Robyn – Body Talk

2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, White

Thom Yorke - Anima album cover

#39 – Thom Yorke – Anima

2xLP, Album, Dlx, Orange

Tool - Ænima album cover

#41 – Tool – Ænima

2xLP, Unofficial, Gatefold, Grey Vinyl, Orange Vinyl

Ride - This Is Not A Safe Place album cover

#43 – Ride – This Is Not A Safe Place

LP, Gre + LP, Blu + Album, Ltd

Journey - Escape album cover

#49 – Journey – Escape

LP, Album, Terre Haute Pressing

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