Rank the 2018 ROTMs!!!

Discussion in 'Vinyl Me, Please Info' started by Zeze the X, Dec 8, 2018.

  1. Zeze the X

    Zeze the X Member

    Messages:
    17
    Likes:
    74
    Joined:
    Feb 22, 2018
    Location:
    Dallas, TX
    I was curious about what albums everyone really enjoyed from here this year. I really felt like I was introduced to a lot of artists that I'd never heard of, and ended up exploring a few of them much further. So, I thought I'd do a High Fidelity style question for the end of 2018. What were the top five albums you bought from VMP this year?

    Mine were:
    1. Toots and the Maytals "Sweet and Dandy"
    2. James Booker "The Lost Paramount Tapes" (wouldn't mind more James Booker as an exclusive maybe)
    3. Gary Chandler "Outlook"
    4. Lafayette Afro Rock Band "Soul Makousa" (put me on an Afrobeat track for few months)
    5. Novos Baianos "Acabou Chorare" (Is it just me, or does the song "Um Bilhete Pra Didi" remind anyone else of a Brazilian AC/DC when the electric guitar picks up).

    At any rate, I'm interested in hearing what you guys really got into.
    Cheers!
     
  2. mcherry

    mcherry Spam Slayer ☠️ & Moderator Extraordinaire

    Messages:
    14,738
    Likes:
    60,849
    Joined:
    Jun 10, 2015
    Location:
  3. Zeze the X

    Zeze the X Member

    Messages:
    17
    Likes:
    74
    Joined:
    Feb 22, 2018
    Location:
    Dallas, TX
  4. mcherry

    mcherry Spam Slayer ☠️ & Moderator Extraordinaire

    Messages:
    14,738
    Likes:
    60,849
    Joined:
    Jun 10, 2015
    Location:
    I like that you included the exclusives so perhaps we can do a rank the rotm in each track and rank the exclusives? So that would be four separate rankings. Plenty of lists to satisfy our vinyl-loving nerddom.
     
    ranbalam, Hollywood, bfly and 7 others like this.
  5. mcherry

    mcherry Spam Slayer ☠️ & Moderator Extraordinaire

    Messages:
    14,738
    Likes:
    60,849
    Joined:
    Jun 10, 2015
    Location:
    Ok, rank the different tracks and your fave exclusives!
     
  6. ponman2003

    ponman2003 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    123
    Likes:
    731
    Joined:
    Mar 13, 2018
    Location:
    United States
    Essentials
    Feist - Let it Die
    TV on the Radio - Return to Cookie Mountain
    Beach House - Devotion
    Queen - A Night at the Opera
    Moby - Play

    RH&H
    Goodie Mob - Soul Food
    Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III
    MF Doom - MM.FOOD
    De La Soul - Buhloone Mind State
    Snoop Dogg - Doggystyle

    Exclusives
    Orquesta Akokan - Orquesta Akokan
    Os Novos Baianos - Acabou Chorare
    Donald Byrd - Stepping into Tomorrow
    Charlie Rouse - Bossa Nova Bacchanal
    FJM - God's Favorite Customer
     
  7. Zeze the X

    Zeze the X Member

    Messages:
    17
    Likes:
    74
    Joined:
    Feb 22, 2018
    Location:
    Dallas, TX
    Classics
    James Booker - Lost Paramount Tapes
    Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Soul Makousa
    Eddie Floyd - Knock on Wood
    Koko Taylor - I Got What It Takes
    Donald Byrd - Fancy Free
    Miles Davis/John Coltrane - Live in Paris 1960
    Muddy Waters - Fathers and Sons
    Darrell Banks - Here to Stay
    William Bell - The Soul of a Bell
    Max Roach - Percussion Bittersweet
    The Lightmen Plus One - Energy Control Center
    Sarah Webster Fabio - Jujus/ Alchemy of Blues

    Exclusives
    Toots and The Maytals - Sweet and Dandy (my vote for VMP album of the year. I just love it so much.)
    Gary Chandler - Outlook
    Novos Baianos - Acabou Chorare
    Charlie Rouse - Bosanova Bacchanal
    Courtney Barnett - Tell me How You Really Feel
    Orquesta Akonan - S/T
    Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Malik
    Foals - Total Life Forever
    Phantastic Fernature - S/T
    Bud Powell - The Essen Jazz Festival
    Shina Williams - African Dances
     
  8. MadLucas

    MadLucas Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    574
    Likes:
    4,378
    Joined:
    Aug 6, 2017
    Location:
    Trumbull, CT
    Haven't heard Mavis yet, so, excluding her:

    ESSENTIALS (ranked in order of preference or listening enjoyment)

    1. Mitski - Be The Cowboy (listened to this wayyyyyyyyy more than I thought I would, and it never, ever gets old)
    2. Ayalew Mesfin - My Worries (not a regular spin, but a great spin! Wish VMP would highlight more world as its own track)
    3. Queen - A Night At The Opera (absolutely the best Queen pick for VMP treatment, I loved revisiting this!)
    4. TVOTR - Return To Cookie Mountain (this album never gets old for me)
    5. Townes Van Zandt - For The Sake Of The Song (I stand by this ranking now, though as I delve further into his discography it might slip over time)
    6. Beach House - Devotion (beautiful, but situationally specific for me)
    7. Silvertones - Silver Bullets (not everything I was hoping for... I love reggae, but coming the same month as Lafayette Afro Rock Band, this got lost in the shuffle)
    8. Moby - Play (heard wayyyyyy too many times over the last 20 years)
    9. Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say... (a great pressing, I just know it inside and out and there's no surprises left for me)
    10. Feist - Let It Die (not her best album, and not as good as I remembered it)
    11. Clipse - Lord Willin' (did literally nothing for me, I am literally never going to play this again)
     
  9. MadLucas

    MadLucas Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    574
    Likes:
    4,378
    Joined:
    Aug 6, 2017
    Location:
    Trumbull, CT
    Haven't heard Muddy yet, so excluding him:

    CLASSICS (ranked in order of preference)

    Max Roach - Percussion Bitter Sweet
    Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Soul Makossa
    James Booker - The Lost Paramount Tapes
    Eddie Floyd - Knock On Wood
    Donald Byrd - Fancy Free
    Lightmen Plus One - Energy Control Center
    Koko Taylor - I Got What It Takes
    Davis/Coltrane - Live in Paris 1960
    Sarah Webster Fabio - Juju/Alchemy of the Blues
    William Bell - Soul Of A Bell
    Darrell Banks - Here To Stay

    This is far and away my favorite VMP track, not one bad album yet!
    Only reason LARB's "Soul Makossa" is ranked second is because I also bought "Malik" and listened to that one WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY more; arguably the better of the two.
     
  10. MadLucas

    MadLucas Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    574
    Likes:
    4,378
    Joined:
    Aug 6, 2017
    Location:
    Trumbull, CT
    I jump in and out of the R/HH track. I opted to stay in for Lil Wayne this month, though I have only heard pieces of the album (loved what I heard, though).

    1. Saba - Care For Me (my album of the year, right here!)
    2. Rico Nasty - Nasty (why do we bother with Carbi B if this album exists?)
    3. Open Mike Eagle - Unapologetic Art Rap (everytime I listen, I kick myself for missing this the first time around)
    4. De La Soul - Buhloone Mind State
    5. Queen Latifah - All Hail The Queen
    6. Snoop Doggy Dogg - Doggystyle
     
  11. Whiteout75

    Whiteout75 Member

    Messages:
    28
    Likes:
    94
    Joined:
    Nov 12, 2017
    Location:
    Sweden
    List mixed of all tracks and exclusives, rated by the sheer joy it evoked when I got the package:

    1. De la soul -Buhloone Mindstate
    2. Feist -Let it die
    3. Goodie Mob - Soul Food
    4. TV on the Radio - Return to cookie mountain
    5. Ted Lucas (I guess, but I haven't recieved it yet)
    6. Eddie Floyd - Knock on wood
    7. MF Doom- Born like this
    8. Jason Isbell - Sirens of the ditch
    9. William Bell - Soul of a Bell
    10. Deafheaven - Ordinary Corrupt Human Love
     
    Last edited: Dec 11, 2018
  12. Chris V

    Chris V New Member

    Messages:
    1
    Likes:
    8
    Joined:
    Aug 5, 2018
    Location:
    Charlotte, NC
    I don't post much (maybe one other time), but I love this idea!

    Exclusives:
    1. Colter Wall - Songs of the Plains
    2. Cody Jinks - Lifers
    3. Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Malik
    4. Charlie Rouse - Bossa Nova Bacchanal
    5. Fatboy Slim - You've Come A Long Way, Baby

    Classics:
    1. Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Soul Makossa
    2. James Booker - The Lost Paramount Tapes
    3. Miles Davis & John Coltrane - The Final Tour
    4. Donald Byrd - Fancy Free
    5. The Lightmen Plus One - Energy Control Center

    Essentials:
    1. TVOTR - Return to Cookie Mountain
    2. Arctic Monkeys - Whatever...
    3. Moby - Play

    RHH:
    1. Snoop - Doggystyle
    2. De La Soul - Buhloone Mindstate
    3. Goodie Mob - Soul Food
     
  13. wallystripes

    wallystripes Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    746
    Likes:
    3,263
    Joined:
    Aug 28, 2017
    Location:
    Mexico City
    **Means i haven't received it yet, so I'm rating solely on my enjoyment of the music through Spotify

    Essentials:
    1.TVOTR - Return to cookie mountain
    2.Townes Van Zandt - For the sake of the song**
    3.Ayalew Mesfin - Hasabe
    4.Arctic Monkeys - WPSIATWIN

    Classics:
    1.Darrell Banks - Here to stay
    2.Layafette Afro Rock Band - Soul Makossa
    3.Max Roach - Percussion Bitter Sweet**
    4.Muddy Waters - Fathers and Sons**
    5.Miles Davis/John Coltrane - Live in Paris 1960
    6.Koko Taylor - I got what it takes
    7.Donald Byrd - Fancy Free**

    RHH:
    1.Goodie Mod - Soul food
    2.Erykah Badu - But you caint use my phone

    Exclusives:
    1.Charlie Rouse - Bossa Nova Bacchanal
    2.Novos Baianos - Acabou Chorare
    3.Toulouse - Extended Plea (RISING)**
    4.Shina Williams & His African Percussionists - African Dances**
    5.Kelela - Take me apart
    6.MF Doom - Born Like this
    7.Colter Wall - Songs of the plains**
    8.Serpentwithfeet - Soil**
    9.Donald Byrd - Stepping into tomorrow**
    10.Max Roach Trio - Featuring the legendary Hassan
    11.Bud Powell - The Essen Jazz Festival

    Overall, my top are Darrell Banks, TVOTR, Soul Makossa, Charlie Rouse and Novos Baianos. Great year!
     
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2018
  14. djxfactor511

    djxfactor511 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    1,897
    Likes:
    9,123
    Joined:
    Sep 1, 2017
    Location:
    Akron, Ohio
    Essentials:
    Queen - A Night At The Opera
    Townes Van Zandt - For The Sake Of The Song
    The Silvertones - Silver Bullets
    Feist - Let It Die
    TV On The Radio - Return To Cookie Mountain
    Moby - Play

    TBD
    **Mavis Staples - Mavis Staples


    Classics:
    James Booker - The Lost Paramount Tapes
    Eddie Floyd - Knock On Wood
    Lafayette Afro-Rock Band - Soul Makossa
    Darrell Banks - Here To Stay
    Koko Taylor - I Got What It Takes
    Miles Davis & John Coltraine - The Final Tour: Paris, March 21, 1960
    Sarah Webster Fabio - Jujus / Alchemy Of The Blues
    William Bell - The Soul Of A Bell
    Max Roach - Percussion Bitter Sweet
    The Lightmen Plus One - Energy Control Center
    Donald Byrd - Fancy Free

    TBD
    **Muddy Waters - Fathers and Sons


    Exclusives:
    Phosphorescent - C'est La Vie
    Lafayette Afro-Rock Band - Malik
    Colter Wall - Songs Of The Plains
    Gary Chandler - Outlook
    Irma Thomas - Wish Someone Would Care
    Frank Sinatra - The Voice Of Frank Sinatra
    Ofege - Try And Love
    Father John Misty - God's Favorite Customer
    Tom Waits - Closing Time
    Bud Powell - The Essen Jazz Festival Concert
    Pastor T.L. Barrett and The Youth For Christ Choir - Like A Ship... (Without A Sail)
    Middle Kids - Lost Friends
    Fred McDowell - Mississippi Delta Blues
    JLCO w/ Wynton Marsalis feat. Jon Batiste - Spotify Singles Vol. 006
    Jason Isbell - Sirens Of The Ditch
    Courtney Barnett - Tell Me How You Really Feel
    John Prine - The Tree Of Forgiveness
    Willie Nelson - The Troublemaker
    Chvrches - Project Unfollow
    Charlie Rouse - Bossa Nova Bacchanal
    The Max Roach Trio feat. The Legendary Hasaan - The Max Roach Trio feat. The Legendary Hasaan
    Donald Byrd - Stepping Into Tomorrow
    Bauhaus - The Bela Session
    Fatboy Slim - You've Come A Long Way, Baby
     
    NateOEB, GelloJive, MadLucas and 5 others like this.
  15. ranbalam

    ranbalam Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    3,960
    Likes:
    20,282
    Joined:
    Nov 12, 2015
    I love lists! And ranking things!
    My biggest mover was Booker; that one honestly didn't do much for me on first listen, but now it's getting pretty frequent spins. And I have to include my opinion that these are all great records; not a dud in the bunch.

    Classics:
    Lafayette Afro-Rock Band - Soul Makossa
    The Lightmen Plus One - Energy Control Center
    William Bell - The Soul Of A Bell
    James Booker - The Lost Paramount Tapes
    Eddie Floyd - Knock On Wood
    Darrell Banks - Here To Stay
    Donald Byrd - Fancy Free
    Sarah Webster Fabio - Jujus / Alchemy Of The Blues
    Max Roach - Percussion Bitter Sweet
    Miles Davis & John Coltraine - The Final Tour: Paris, March 21, 1960
    Koko Taylor - I Got What It Takes

    TBD
    **Muddy Waters - Fathers and Sons - haven't received it yet.
     
    turbo, GelloJive, MadLucas and 5 others like this.
  16. Fleetwood-Matt

    Fleetwood-Matt Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    177
    Likes:
    854
    Joined:
    Sep 18, 2017
    Location:
    New Jersey
    Essentials:

    Feist
    Mitski
    Arctic Monkeys
    Queen
    Moby
    Clipse
    Beach House
    Townes Van Zandt
    TV on the Radio
    Mavis Staples
    Ayalew Mesfin
    The Sivertones

    Classics (i only got 2):

    Lafayette Afro Rock Band
    Eddie Flyod

    RHH (I got 4):

    Erykah Badu
    Queen Latifah
    Lil Wayne
    Goodie Mobb
     
  17. BetterBoi

    BetterBoi Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    111
    Likes:
    407
    Joined:
    Jun 20, 2017
    Location:
    Cincinnati
    Hey Y'all! I got a new job in the middle of the year that kept me away from a computer screen. This kept me away from posting on the forum, but not from spending more than my worth on the shop. Therefore, I feel like I should partake in this little thing. I'll use a ranking that mixes previous availability, uniqueness of the variant, how much I wanted it, how much
    i spun it, and how well it lived up to my expectations/how surprised I was by it.

    ESSENTIALS
    Clipse - Lord Willin' (Don't think I've spun a rap album this much since I've started collecting... I wasn't even privy to Clipse before the clues super slo-mo clips were posted.)
    Queen - Night at the Opera
    Townes Van Zandt - For the Sake of the Song
    (This one came around at the right time. I had been trying to get into some older country music before this was announced. This helped me find a few other artist whom I enjoy)
    Mavis Staples - Mavis Staples (I will always accept some Classics/Essentials crossover)
    Ayalew Mesfin - Hasabe (I've spent some time in Ethiopia, so between the sound and the writing on the cover, this album will always hold a special place for me.)
    Feist - Let it Die
    Moby - Play
    TV on the Radio - Return to Cookie Mountain
    Silvertones - Silver Bullets
    Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
    Mitski - Be The Cowboy
    (Listened to it when the Essentials was announced, did not like it. Saw that Moses Sumney was available as a swap, so I took that chance.)
    Beach House - Devotion (Not a group who's music I've ever enjoyed. The pick came around when I was feeling stingier than usual, so it never stood a chance.)

    R/HH
    De La Soul - Buhloone Mind State (One of my most spun albums of the year after Clips)
    MF Doom - MM FOOD..
    Saba - Care For Me
    Goodie Mob - Soul Food
    Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III
    Erykah Badu - But You Cain't Use My Phone
    Snoop Dogg - Doggystyle
    (Would be #1 if it weren't available for $9.99 on amazon, but would be #10 if not for the DOPE color and 45rpm)
    Little Simz - A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons (I bought in on this so I could be grandfathered into De La Soul, I was not disappointed.)
    Denzel Curry - TA13OO
    Queen Latifah - All Hail the Queen
    Open Mike Eagle - Unapologetic Art Rap
    Rico Nasty - Nasty


    CLASSICS (This was tough since I always get Classics unless my bank account says otherwise)
    Donald Byrd - Fancy Free
    James Booker - The Lost Paramount Tapes
    Lightmen Plus One - Energy Control Center
    Miles Davis/John Coltrane - Live in Paris 1960
    Darrell Banks - Here to Stay
    William Bell - Soul of a Bell
    Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Soul Makossa
    Muddy Waters - Fathers and Sons
    Eddie Floyd - Knock on Wood
    (My dad will enjoy this... once I get to a point in my life where I can entertain my family. lol)
    Koko Taylor - I Got What it Takes
    Sarah Webster Fabio - Jujus/Alchemy of the Blues
    (By far my least favorite pick for my tastes and the only one I actively skipped. I definitely respect the pick.)
    Max Roach - Percussion Bitter Sweet (Did not rate)


    EXCLUSIVE (Limiting this to those I purchased)
    Caroline Rose - Loner
    Young Thug - Jeffery (LOL GOTCHA!!! This one never showed up. I was pretty ticked about this one since it was one of my most anticipated pickups.) i'm still super salty about this
    Desmond Dekker & The Aces - Action!
    Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Sex & Food
    Courtney Barnett - Tell Me How You Really Feel
    Blitzen Trapper - Furr
    (One of the first "non-mainstream" albums I ever listened to. It really helped me broaden my horizons)
    The Juju Exchange - Exchange (GOTCHA AGAIN! I ordered this one with my credit from the missing Jeffery but never received it.)
    MF DOOM - Born Like This
    Kamaal Williams - The Return
    JJ DOOM - Key to the Kuffs
    Deem Spencer - we think we alone
    (Got this on the Black Friday Deal for like $11. Couldn't pass that up)
     
  18. JoeMac7

    JoeMac7 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    4,710
    Likes:
    26,416
    Joined:
    Mar 19, 2018
    Location:
    Dublin
    So I’ll start with essentials (I’ll edit to add classics later, don’t do rhh).

    I have swapped a few out but I had listened to them all before making that decision. I wasn’t in for months 1 & 2 (suffice to say that 18 boring songs for uninspired car adverts may even have been below Queen had I been)

    Essentials

    1. Mistski - Be The Cowboy

    Brilliant album, brilliant artist, absolutely deserves its high position on all the album of the year polls. Also VMP did an amazing job with the pressing and packaging. Super happy with this.

    2. Feist - Let it Die

    Hadn’t heard of Feist before. Really enjoyed it. Nothing like discovering a great album you had not heard of before. Lonely Lonely is up there with my VMP tracks of the year.

    3. TV on the Radio - Return to Cookie Mountain

    If you’d told me that this wouldn’t be my number 1 when I got it I’d have laughed at you. Another new album (but this time not artist) to me, I love love loved it!!

    4. Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That Is What I’m Not

    My favourite of the albums released this year. Has such a place in my heart. Really speaks to me does this one. Not higher because I’ve had it on CD since the day it came out, I got it as it’s an amazing and cool pressing of an album I was already into.

    5. Mavis Staples

    Hasn’t arrived yet. Really enjoying it on Spotify, looking forward to delving further when the wax arrives.

    6. Beach House - Devotion

    Love this album. Great package. Would have been higher but for the noisy pressing.

    7. Silvertones - Silver Bullets

    So now we’re onto the ones I swapped. I didn’t like this, I’m not keen on reggae at all. It’s higher than the others I swapped for two reasons. One, so many other people here really enjoyed it. Two, authentic reggae outside of Bob Marley is a genre that needs some love and attention.

    8. Townes Van Zandt - For the Sake of the Song

    Don’t like country. Didn’t pique my curiosity on Spotify.

    9. Clipse - Lord Willin’

    Don’t like rap. This really turned me off when I listened to it.

    10. Queen - A Night at the Opera

    Zero for curitorial merit. Biggest album by a huge classic rock act that everyone ever has heard of and can just walk into a megastore and pick off the shelf without any prior music knowledge or recommendations. Not what I signed up to VMP for. Doesn’t help that I only really rate Queen as a singles band.
     
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2018 at 6:09 AM
    turbo, mcherry, Vinylnovice and 4 others like this.
  19. cul8er

    cul8er Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    616
    Likes:
    4,892
    Joined:
    May 9, 2017
    Location:
    ☢️ the cloud ⛅️
    Here are my Classics rankings.

    1. Muddy Waters - Fathers and Sons
    Spinning it for the first time right now. Instant #1 for me.​
    2. The Lightmen Plus One - Energy Control Center
    This has steadily increased in my rankings all year.​
    3. Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Soul Makousa
    Probably like Malik more, but this is still high on my list.​
    4. Donald Byrd - Fancy Free
    Stepping into tomorrow is just as good, if not better.​

    The rest could be more or less the same rank on any given day. Here they are in order of preference at the moment.

    5. Sarah Webster Fabio - Jujus/ Alchemy of Blues
    5. James Booker - Lost Paramount Tapes
    5. Miles Davis/John Coltrane - Live in Paris 1960
    5. Eddie Floyd - Knock on Wood
    5. Darrell Banks - Here to Stay
    5. William Bell - The Soul of a Bell
    5. Max Roach - Percussion Bittersweet
    5. Koko Taylor - I Got What It Takes
     
    turbo, mcherry, JoeMac7 and 1 other person like this.
  20. bettim84

    bettim84 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    1,256
    Likes:
    6,629
    Joined:
    Mar 1, 2017
    Location:
    Michigan
    I was in and out of VMP this year mostly due to a combination of Doggy-gate, vinyl dieting, and not needing anything that was offered. Here are all my VMP gets that came out in 2018 (which excludes things like the Johnny Griffin exclusive, since that was a 2017 release), ranked:

    ROTMs:
    1. James Booker - The Lost Paramount Tapes
    2. Mitski - Be The Cowboy
    3. Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Soul Makossa
    4. TV On The Radio - Return to Cookie Mountain
    5. Max Roach - Percussion Bitter Sweet
    6. Miles Davis & John Coltrane - Live in Paris 1960
    7. De La Soul - Buhloone Mind State
    8. Snoop Dogg - Doggystyle (*cough* fake *cough* advertising...)
    9. Beach House - Devotion (good album, noisy copy...)
    Exclusives:
    1. Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Malik
    2. Kadhja Bonet - Childqueen
    3. Max Richter - From Sleep
    4. Charlie Rouse - Bossa Nova Bacchanal
    5. Father John Misty - God's Favorite Customer
    6. Donald Byrd - Stepping Into Tomorrow
    7. Irma Thomas - Wish Someone Would Care
    Not included in my rankings are fantastic VMP picks that I did not buy because I already had a copy, and I generally avoid duplicates. Otherwise, Donald Byrd's Fancy Free and the Novos Baianos exclusive would have likely topped their respective rankings, and the Feist and Queen ROTMs would also have been up there (A Night at the Opera is a great album).
     
    Last edited: Dec 12, 2018 at 6:35 PM
    turbo, mcherry, cul8er and 2 others like this.

Share This Page