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Travel Diary - I am 35 years old, live in the UK and this week am on holiday in Scotland driving the North Coast 500 with my dog

2020.09.16 12:50 Mitchlou84 Travel Diary - I am 35 years old, live in the UK and this week am on holiday in Scotland driving the North Coast 500 with my dog

I am 35 years old make £50,000 live in NW UK and work as an accountant. This week i’m on holiday with just my dog, driving round the North Coast 500, Scotland’s answer to Route 66.
Day 1 - Saturday
6.30am -Eeek it’s here... I wake up and bring coffee upstairs to bed with the dog M for a last cuddle. I’m going to really miss my husband D but I do understand him not wanting to close his business again so soon after being closed for 3 months due to Covid. It might seem odd me holidaying on my own but we are very happily married - honest.
8am - I start getting my stuff together. I’m not a big fan of breakfast early on after waking up, but I have a long way to go today so I grab a muffin.I get myself ready, then get D to walk with me to the park, so that M can be thoroughly emptied and he gets a good run around. He’s not over pleased with his new car harness (he usually travels in D’s car with a dog guard) but I strap him in and off we set. 334 miles to go...
9am - I blast some tunes and M goes straight to sleep, and I push through until Gretna Green which takes just under 2 hours. I’ve often driven past here, but never stopped, but I need a wee and think it’s time to let M out too. We have a quick walk through around the visitor centre complex.
11.30am - I then hop back in the car, and my next stop is the Starbucks at the services. I had made myself a packed lunch but I annoyingly left it in the fridge and so I pick up a tuna melt and an iced coffee from some credit on my app. I’m breezing along at this point, the scenery looks stunning and I can’t understand why the sat nav is saying it’s going to take so long to arrive. I make a quick stop at a lay-by just to see if M wants a wee or a drink. Then I hit the outskirts of Perth... What should be the last hour takes 2, in fact it takes 30 minutes to drive a mile. I’m absolutely exhausted by this point and M is telling me he’s understandably fed up. We start moving again and I’m so tired it’s getting dangerous, and I notice that some of the lay-bys have access to a lovely riverside path, so I stop. I put M on his lead and we just do a 10 minute walk, which makes both of us feel better. Then the last 30 minutes through the most stunning scenery, and we’re here. Kingussie in the Cairngorms. I check in, this was one of the cheapest hotels and it’s great, they upgraded me to en-suite which was super kind, and the room is great albeit very hot.
4.30pm - I dump my bags and head straight out with M. I find a couple of places to let him off, then a lovely river for him to cool off as he’s super warm. Then to the hotel bar for a well deserved cold pint £4. The staff and (fairly well lubricated for 5pm) locals are so unbelievably friendly, couldn’t have picked a better place to stay. I shower as I’m dripping, get changed into something cooler, which I sweat in immediately as the room is boiling, then we walk out to where I have booked for dinner - the tipsy laird. The staff again are super friendly, and I order a cider, and the Tipsy burger with cheese. Everyone loved M and he was brought water straight away, but the only problem was that the table I was given was on the through flow to the toilets/kitchen so he was up and down like a yo yo saying hi to everyone, and I didn’t get the most relaxed meal. The burger comes though and it’s massive! Big feed for £12. I decide to leave after this, we’re parked in the middle of the through flow really, and it’s not super restful for either of us, so I pay the bill £15.65 and walk back the same way as earlier Max can have a run around and I phone D for a quick chat.
8.00pm - I head back to my hotel and buy a bottle of wine. £15.50 that I drink a glass of in the bar, a glass in bed, and pack the rest for another night. I watch a bit of tv on my iPad, and have an early night as we have an adventure tomorrow...
Miles travelled - 334 Hotel - £55 Amount spent - £55.64 including a half tank of petrol the night before
Day 2 - Sunday
7.00am- I had set an alarm this morning, as I have a bit to do, and I want to pre-empt any wee needs as we are 2 floors up in the hotel. He’s also had loads of water as it’s boiling. I didn’t get the best night sleep unfortunately which is a shame as the bed is amazingly comfortable. The room was unfortunately just super hot, nothing they could do as it’s been a heat wave. I’ve also never stayed away with M before except with family and he was hot and unsettled. So I had the window open, but all the young lads from Kingussie unfortunately decided to congregate under our window, playing their music from the car speakers making him quite understandably stressed. So I throw on last nights clothes and we go for a quick walk, then I come back up and shower, make coffee and pack the million things I seem to have brought up to the room. Not easy to travel light with a dog. I would have liked to have had breakfast here, but the hotel and both coffee shops in the village don’t open until 9, and I need to be on the road. So I just eat a muesli bar from the car and we head off towards Aviemore. Unfortunately my car sat nav gets me hugely lost, and keeps trying to send me down down gravel tracks to get on the A9 which surprise surprise don’t lead me onto a massive dual carriageway... I end up back tracking all the way I came as I had no phone signal to double check. Turns out I should have just carried on a few more miles. Puts me a bit behind schedule.
9.30am - I park the car at the air bnb that I booked, quickly pack a day rucksack and we frog-march down to the train station, as today, we’re going on a steam train. M’s first time on a train. I collect the tickets (£16.25 + £1 for M) and find our table. They have sold only half of the tables for social distancing and it’s really well organised. We choo choo off. It’s very picturesque, but mostly fields etc but still a worthwhile little outing. M isn’t quite as interested and goes to sleep. We get out at the first stop as I want to split my ticket, so I get a reservation for the later train back. They sort this for me (again everyone is super friendly) so I jump back on again. At the terminus I get out again for some photos and a leg stretch.
12.00pm - Back at the Boat Of Garten stop we gather our things and get off, as we have a reservation at the Boat inn for lunch. I order a pint of cider, and a sandwich and chips. We just hang out here for a while, well ages really as our train back isn’t until 3.30pm, unfortunately the middle train of the day got cancelled with Covid. About half way through I get a bit peckish again and order a sticky toffee pud and a glass of rose. I pay the bill which comes to £36.25. It’s coming up for our return train time so we wander back to the station, and not long after the train arrives.
3.30pm - We board and chug our noisy way back to Aviemore station, where I have a quick wee and then we walk the 30 mins back up to our air bnb to check in. I booked a tiny house just outside of Aviemore, and it’s ideal.. The lady who owns and runs it (it’s in her garden) has broken her elbow, but her Mum is there looking after her and they both show me around and make a fuss of M. I have a quick shower, and we both just chill out for a bit as we are exhausted. I decide not to go out tonight. It’s been a long couple of days, so I think fish and chips, a glass of wine and Netflix is on the cards. As I’m just about to head out the owner lets her dog in the garden and they have a fab 20 min play whilst I chat to Karen who is truly lovely.
7pm - I nip to the Co-op where I pick up a bottle of wine, and a pack of hot cross buns and some utterly butterly for the next 2 mornings breakfasts which costs £9.30, and then I order Haddock and chips for me, and a sausage for Max, £11.05. I head back to the cabin, get in my PJ’s, and just have a lovely chill. The cabin is amazing as night time wee’s can be achieved by just opening the door into the garden, shame I’m only here 2 nights. Write my trippie, and sleep like the dead.
Miles travelled in a car - should have been 15 but was actually more like 30 Miles travelled on a train - 20 Accommodation - £75 Amount spent - £73.95
Day 3 - Monday
6.00am - I wake up early so I nip to the toilet and then am just able to open the cabin door to the garden, and M can sort himself out which is just so easy. I take my medication then we both get back into (our separate) beds for a bit and fall back asleep. I wake up at about 8.30am to a snoring dog. I pop the kettle on, make myself a coffee then toast 2 hot cross buns for breakfast, setting off the smoke alarm in the process. Both fully breakfasted I pack a bag, load the car and we’re off to Loch Morlich.
10am - I find the right car park after a couple of bodged attempts, and scrape together the £1.50 car parking charge. I get a leaflet with a map (just worth pointing out I’m fair terrible with maps) and set off towards the beach. Well Mr water baby practically drags me in when he sees the loch. After a couple of false starts, me going the wrong way, then me following the wrong colour signs, and a brief occasion where M may have decided to join some kayakers, we get on the right trail, we are going to walk all the way round the Loch, about 6km. It’s quite warm, and very midgey but stunningly beautiful and we don’t see anyone for the first half until we start to come across people who are doing shorter walks from the other way. Towards the end we cross a bridge and I lose my path altogether, I know I’m not right but I am right next to the loch and can see where I need to go, so I just clip him on the lead and we follow the road. Later on I see where I need to be; the path is elevated on the other side of the road, but I decide scrambling up verges next to busy roads isn’t overly sensible. We make it back to the beach, let the boy have one last swim, then head back to the car where much towelling is done, as well as a bit of pre lunch damage control with wet wipes and a clean t-shirt for me.
12.30pm -Our lunch stop is the Old Bridge Inn, and so I park up and we wander in. It’s a beautiful old pub, and it’s Monday today and the UK govt eat out to help out scheme and so it’s 50% off. I order a cheese board which comes and is absolutely fab (but why do they never give you enough crackers) and a pint of cider. I have a little nose popping up to see if there is any cheese going spare. I eventually catch someone’s eye and ordered a piece of cheesecake. This comes with sorbet which makes me really happy as I love sorbet (and can’t eat ice cream). I get the bill which comes to a mere £11.90. This Eat out to help out is really going to help me stay within budget.
2.00pm - Back in the car, we drive back up the road to the home of the Cairngorm reindeer herd. The hill walk is one of the things I would have loved to do (I did it in 2008 though) but obviously no dogs are allowed, and due to Covid the little paddocks with a few to pat and snap are closed. I drive up regardless though just to see if I can spot one from a distance. Unfortunately no luck, so I head all the way back through Aviemore where I stop at the Cairngorm Brewery to choose some beers for DH as a gift. I debate dropping the car and going out for a drink, but M can barely keep his eyes open, and so I nip to the Co-op for a cold bottle of Prosecco. I still do have a couple of half bottles of wine, but neither are cold, so I’ll drink them later in the trip when I get a fridge or a bar with ice I can pinch.
4.00pm I just have a shower, get in bed for a bit, have a glass of Prosecco, message D and write my notes.
6.00pm - After a bit of a chill out, I get dressed, sort a few bits out then we wander out and into the village. On the way past we stop at a stone circle I spotted on google maps, pretty funky and right in the middle of a residential area. We get to our dinner reservation half an hour early, but they kindly seat me anyway, but just say I can’t order food until my reservation time which is no problem. It is super busy and it takes a while to get a drink, but I just read my book. I decide on a smokey chilli chicken pizza and skin on fries, and it comes and it’s massive! Also very spicy but really tasty, can’t complain at all. Total including 2 glasses of wine was £20.75, an absolute bargain. I love this eat out to help out business!
8.00pm - We wander back to our little cabin. Pj’s and a chill out in bed, we’re moving on tomorrow and it’s an early start so to sleep for both of us.. a lovely day and I’m so glad to have seen Aviemore again, but I’m excited to move on and see some more new places.
Miles travelled in a car - 15 Accommodation - £75 Amount spent - £51.35
Day 4 - Tuesday
7.00am - When the alarm goes off I snooze a couple of times, then start the process of showering and getting dressed whilst trying to make coffee and breakfast, pack and sort Mout all at once. I wash the dishes, then load the car, and off we go. Our first stop today is Dochgarroch lock, as we are going on a Loch Ness cruise.
9.00am - We make cracking time which is good as it did take me a little longer than expected to get everything in the car. We pass road signs highlighting a yellow weather warning for heavy rain (hello Britain) so I pack both our rain coats just in case. The boat is ready for us, so we wander on and sit outside at the back so I don’t have to wear a mask for 2 hours.
9.30am - We set off, chugging slowly down the canal, past the smallest lighthouse in Britain, and then when we enter Loch Ness we really pick up speed, charging right down the centre. No rain yet, in actual fact it’s very sunny so I keep swapping seats to try and get shade for us both, as stupid Mummy remembered his water bottle, but not his bowl to drink from. Yesterday when I went to the brewery, I completely forgot to pick up a beer or two for my best friends birthday, so when I see the Loch Ness lagers on the bar onboard, I buy 2. £9.20 which serves me right for not being smarter yesterday as they are double the cost. We pootle past Urquhart castle which I have visited myself back in the day, and I get some photos as they turn the boat round for us all to see. A lady is on board who is a single Mum with 2 kids (at least one special needs) and 3 chocolate Labradors. She managed to remember a water bowl though (what a human being) and she sends her little girl over to offer M water. I feel like my dog is quite rightly judging my parenting skills at this point as he pointedly drinks up like he’s not been offered water in days. We start to head back up the canal, and I must say I’ve really enjoyed it. Well worth it.
11.00am - Get back to the car and the first stop is filling the car up with Diesel. This comes to £45.47 but I buy a meal deal for £4.95 too as I’m getting hungry. Quick wee stop then I’m on the road,this is my first actual section of the NC500. First stop is Dornoch Beach. I park up for free and give M a real treat, a swim in the sea. I’m a bit nervous as it’s busier than expected but he’s completely excellent and charges around like a loon, but comes back to me with no issue at all. Much towelling and cold drinks for both of us, then back in the car. I’m looking for the stone remembering the last witch execution in 1727, it’s now in someone’s garden, but I find it.
1pm - On the road again we go, this time just to the outside of Dunrobin castle. I would definitely have paid to enter here and see the falconry display, but it’s not dog friendly. So I just take a photo and have a nosy, then it’s north again. This time it’s a quick stop at Cairn Liath, an old stone Broch. This is fabulous, we have to cross the A9 on foot which is a little hairy, but so worth it. I can let M off and we both have a good nosy around.
3.00pm - My last stop is a museum called the Timespan museum which I have read you can take dogs into. Unfortunately it’s closed though, so we decide just to push onto Wick where we are staying tonight. The roads get incredibly hilly, and I see my first Highland coo... you just wouldn’t imagine here you are anywhere near a big town, but then all of a sudden, a lidl, a retail park, and a town, with a wetherspoons
4.30pm -Find the hotel and check in, super friendly again. And I have a massive room on the ground floor near an exit to the car park, so incredibly thoughtful. The bed is huge too. I decide to go for a walk through town, I snap a photo of the world’s shortest street. And then I hunt down the Wetherspoons. I sit outside with M and order a pint of strongbow on the app. Absolutely ideal because I don’t even need to go inside to order and therefore leave him. I then realise I can order bar snacks from the app too, I even get 50% off my peanuts. If I’m honest, if i had known i could eat outside, and that it would be dry I would have eaten here tonight, but it is undoubtedly better to give the money to the independents after all. I stay here rather longer than expected, mostly because I realise my watch has not quite stopped but gone very slow. I spend under a tenner here including buying a bag of crisps for the car tomorrow. 7pm - Back to the room and I shower and get changed, feed M then wander to the hotel dining room. I’m eating in the residents lounge so I can keep M with me. To be honest with you, I think he’d prefer to be in the room in bed, but the hotel is packed with people coming past, and I’m worried he’ll bark if he gets startled so I keep him with me and he goes to sleep on the carpet. Then starts flirting with the Scottish ladies visiting. I order a wine, mozzarella sticks and chicken jalfrezi which are quite nice. This costs £20.50. I ring D, write my notes, then head to bed. It’s been a busy day, but a really good one..
Mikes travelled in a car - 149 Accommodation - £86.95 Amount spent -£91.48 but I have plenty of budget left from prior days to chip into the petrol
Day 5 - Wednesday
8am- Waking up I take the boss out for a quick wee, then head back to the room. Breakfast for him and shower for me. This hotel has been absolutely ideal, the only negative for me is that the walls and ceilings were paper thin, and I think the other guests of the hotel found the Wetherspoons too. This made M a bit unsettled as it was pitch black by this time and quite noisy, so I had to sleep the first part of the night with my foot in his bed to keep him calm. But then all went quiet and we had a lovely night sleep. The bed was amazing. We have breakfast in the residents lounge, which was great, and they even bring M a sausage.
9.30am - Then it’s time to check out, we’ve been very leisurely this morning because a couple of the first suggested stops are here in Wick, but don’t open until 10. I first head in the car to the Old Pulteney whisky distillery to look at souvenirs for D. The weather this morning is overcast to say the least, and I drive through some very industrial type areas. The town has a very different look and feel to it than yesterday strangely. I arrive and the smell of the whisky greets me, but unfortunately also does a sign saying they were closed. I snap a photo then off we go. Next is the Wick Heritage museum. I arrive at 10.04am to a big closed sign on the door. I decide to sit it out for a minute, and a lady does arrive and go through the door about 10.10am, but despite sitting it out for a while, the door remains shut with the big closed sign on the door. I know these places are small, but I wish they had updated their website/social media as I had got the impression they would be open. I won’t be deterred at my next stop though, Tesco petrol station, I only need just over a tenner, but it’s really cheap so decide to top the tank up and it’s on to John O’Groats. I’m glad we didn’t stay here the night, but it was a great little stop. Thankfully most things are open, so I head into the little Brewery and get D 3 local beers from the brewery in the village £10.50, then grab myself a coffee for the car, £2.90.
11.30am - It’s then onto Duncansby head lighthouse. And a bit of a walk over the field to the sea stacks. I really enjoyed it here too. The Castle of Mey is my next stop, this once used to be owned by the Queen mother and apparently has lovely gardens. I was hoping to be able to nip in like Dunrobin yesterday for a quick mooch and a photo, but they are only letting people in with pre-booked gardens tickets. They are super friendly though and point out where on the road I can get a quick photo. Then it’s onwards and upwards again. I follow the signs then for Dunnet Head. This is the most furtherly north place in the UK (not actually John O’Groats). This was a longish single track road to get there, and again there is a lighthouse, and viewpoints over to the Orkney islands. Again very worth the trip up and Max enjoys the walk around. Good practice for the single track roads too.
1.30pm -Back down the long winding track and it’s the Dunnet Bay gin distillery next. I don’t drink gin either, but my husband and best friend do, so I nip in and buy them some souvenirs £19.50. I’m desperate for a wee at this point, and the lady from the gin shop points me next door to hotel where they have outdoor toilets they don’t mind people using. I notice a really busy eating area, and a quick google later and they are doing eat out to help out. It’s nearly 2pm by this point, and I’m hungry, so I grab Max and sit outside. I order a lime and soda and some mac and cheese. This turns out to be a great idea, as I don’t really see anywhere else to stop on the way, it’s also delicious and costs me a whole £6.48. I spy a sign for a beach, and the boy has been so good, we go for a walk on Dunnet Bay Beach. This is absolutely stunning, and we both absolutely love it. Well I do until he brings me a present of half a dead fish.
3.30pm - Onto our destination for the evening, the village of Tongue. It doesn’t look that far, but the roads quickly become single track, very hilly and winding, and this time there are HGV’s rumbling past. I have to be honest I find it fairly traumatic, and don’t really get to take in the very stunning scenery for trying to avoid sheep who are napping in the passing places! I really wish I had stopped to photograph the roads. Truly beautiful but I didn’t half wish D was here. But I make it in one piece, with a rather big sigh of relief. I unclench my hands, and check into my room, it’s a single which is no problem, in fact the bathroom is bigger than the bedroom strangely. They have left me a complementary bottle of wine though which is a nice touch (I pack this for another night) I have a cool shower and just chill out for an hour or so with my book. It’s very warm, and incredibly midgey, I must have about 50 bites on me, but the bed is comfy. We go down and I order dinner, onion bhaji’s followed by lamb shank. The food is a little expensive, but absolutely lovely. I’m quite tired, so I take M out for a very quick walk round the village, then we head back upstairs. I think I have a lot of single track driving to do in the morning, so I have an early night watching MAFS Australia in bed. I think the older I get the earlier my bedtimes do 😂 It’s been a really good day despite a couple of closure early on.
Miles travelled in a car - 95 Accommodation - £60 Amount spent £79.50
Day 6 - Thursday
7.30am - I wake up to my alarm. Both of us slept really well. Think M is getting used to hotels now. It’s fairly wet, wild and windy this morning, but my weather app tells me it should be fairly short lived. For today anyway. Usual dog wee, shower, and packing up of our worldly possessions.
8.30am - I go down for breakfast, having packed the dog bed in the car, to find that I can’t have him with me for breakfast. I decide as it’s cool the car is the safer option, but I rush through breakfast as quickly as I can. I sneak a couple of bits out in a napkin to the car for him, then I pack up and check out.
9am - We drive for the first hour on single track roads, stunningly beautiful again but thankfully quieter so I build confidence a bit. I soon figure out the best way for me to slot in behind someone at a safe distance and almost take a tow. That way they make the call to go or stop, and I just follow. It takes me an hour to do 28 miles, but I’m happy enough pootling along. In fact my first tow is a campervan doing 30, but then I progress later to a VW Sirvocco doing 40, go me...
10am - Our first stop today was Smoo Cave, well what a fab stop, and I’m even able to let the little monster have a swim. It’s stunningly beautiful, and well worth the 10 minute walk back up and down. It has got very very warm, completely different to how it looked this morning when I got up.
11am - Only a few miles away was the Balnakeil craft village. I make a pit stop first at the famous Cocoa Mountain, where I get a coffee which comes with 4 chocolates for £5.95. I was going to buy D some chocolates to take home from here, but they are £1 a chocolate, and I’m worried they’ll end up in a soggy mess by the time I get home as it’s warmer than expected. So I just sit in the sun with my coffee for a bit have a quick nosy in one of the shops, but I’m no good in a mask, so I head back to the car and get on my way.
12pm- I snap some photos of the famous Kylesku bridge, then carry on, I miss the sign for the Rock shop which is recommended, this is possibly because it may be closed, and decide to do the optional detour to Lochinver. This wasn’t the best call. It’s 11 miles which does take about 20 minutes each way, and I head to the pottery shop. Well it’s all stunning, but at over £35 for a mug, it isn’t the souvenir shop for me. I haven’t had any lunch, so I stop at the Lochinver larder, a famous pie shop. Well all I want to do is buy a takeaway pie for lunch, but after 10 minutes in the queue which is just to pay, and seeing that no one who has ordered since I’ve arrived has got their lunch, I give up, I don’t want to leave M in the car for any longer. Luckily I have a spare pack of crisps and some haribo in the car.
2pm - Continuing on towards Ullapool which is my stop for the night, I spy the sign for the ruins of Ardvreck castle. Well this is a great stop and cheers us both up. He gets to swim, and I walk and clear my head. It is so beautiful, and we both really enjoy it. Not long after another sign for the Knockan Crag geological reserve. We enjoyed this too and walk the loop above the car park reading the signs and looking at the exhibits.
4pm - Not far from here to Ullapool, so we bundle back in the car and check in. It’s motel style, and can park straight outside the door, much easier for lugging our stuff in and out. Accommodation options in Ullapool weren’t cheap, this cost £95 for the room, and is 20 mins walk from the village, but it serves food and they are very nice, if a little Covid stressed.
4.30pm - We decide to follow their route to the village to give M a good walk. Ullapool is smaller than expected, but it’s very rugged and picturesque. We have a quick drink in the Seaforth inn £7, but then the bad weather is clearly coming in, and it starts raining, I’ve come out in flip flops, and a t-shirt, so not the most sensible, but it was sunny when I left half an hour ago. We nip into the Ferry Boat inn who kindly offer us a 30 min rain respite before their table bookings, and that’s all it takes. It’s sunny again. £5.50 for a glass of wine.
7pm - We wander back up the hill and order some food, goats cheese to start which is really tasty, and pepperoni pizza which is lovely but could do with 5 more mins in the oven. The owners are lovely, and we have a good chat; then it’s time for bed. Chat to D, tv, book and bed.
Miles travelled in a car - 104 Accommodation - £95 Amount spent - £61
Day 7 - Friday
7.30am - I wake up just before my alarm. Didn’t hear a peep out of the hound last night. He’s definitely now a hotel kinda dog. Pack everything up which is so much easier with the car parked right outside. Then I drive round for breakfast. I’m not really hungry but I do my best.
9.00am - I nip to Tesco to get some car snacks and a birthday card for my niece, £8.80, then join the queue for the petrol station on the way out of the village. I decide to fill up just in case which comes to £21.23. We set off, and our first stop is the Corrieshalloch gorge which has an incredible suspension bridge. We have a wander about and snap some photos, then back to the car for us.
11am - It’s then a detour to Mellon Udringle beach, this is up a single track road, I start to wonder if I have gone wrong, but I get there and it’s beautiful. M charges around and swims for ages. I had noticed a field of sheep when we arrived, but what I stupidly hadn’t noticed was the field had no fences. I turned round and M was nose to nose with a rather large ram with horns bigger than me. They were just looking at each other. I screeched and grabbed him quick and we toddle back off to the car and back on the road. There are some famous gardens at Inverewe which sound fab, but we can’t take dogs in so we didn’t stop.
1pm - About a mile or two before the village of Gairloch I hear some funny noises (followed by a funny smell) from the back seat. I quickly turn round and see a sea of vomit. Now anyone who knows me knows that I can deal with all the poo in the world, but I’m terrible with vomit. I think it’s a belly full of sea water as normally he has a gut of iron. I quickly find a petrol station and pull in, finding somewhere to tie poor M up I try to deal with the back seat. I throw the towel straight in the bin which caught most of it, but it’s everywhere and he clearly is feeling really poorly and I can’t set off yet. Leaving him tied up in the shade with some water I take the opportunity to jet wash the car as it’s covered in bird poo and he eats his body weight in grass, then throws it all back up again. Feeling safe enough to set off, we literally make it to the next parking stop, and we limp on like this for some time. We get to the Victoria falls car park, and a short walk seems to do him a bit of good. The falls are lovely, but it’s very very midgey.
3pm - A little further on we reach the shores of Loch Maree. It’s a lot less midgey here, so I sit on a rock next to the car, and he just potters about eating grass and paddling his feet in the water, and he seems to be a bit better. So we set off properly again. We reach Torridon and decide not to stop for a drink, but plod on. The roads get very narrow but it’s incredibly beautiful.
4.30pm -Arriving at our destination for the night, Lochcarron, I have a drive through the village, then head off to a tartan shop called Lochcarron weavers. I was looking for cushions or maybe a rug, but I end up buying DH a lovely woollen jumper that’s on sale at £40, guessed the sizes so fingers crossed. I decide to leave the ruins of Strome castle for the morning, so we drive back to the Loch, and I spot a fish and chip van. I’ve had no lunch with vomit gate, so I just get a portion of chips, and I eat them on a bench looking out over the Loch, but then the rain starts so we go check in. Now I must say the reviews of this place were terrible. But it was cheap, dog friendly and right where we needed to be, so I decided to take it with a pinch of salt. I’m glad I did, the room does look a little dated, but it’s clean, very friendly and I’m on the ground floor. My room in Ullapool last night was dated too but cost £95, today was £55. I give him some water and a nap (but no tea as yet which causes some consternation) then we wander next door to the barestaurant when he has had a good rest.
6pm - The food looks fab. An older lady with her son orders the special of ribs, and I’m sold. I order a leek and goats cheese tart followed by the ribs, the food is a little dear, the starter alone is £9, but we are very remote and it is very tasty. I would normally have had a helper with the ribs, but I didn’t dare, so I got a lot of incredulous puppy stares. Instead a tiny portion of dry dog biscuits for him, and a glass of wine for me from the car, and an early night again.
Miles travelled in a car - 130 Accommodation - £55 Amount spent - £73.93
Day 8 - Saturday
5am - I wake up in the pitch black to the unmistakeable sound of retching. Jump up, put the lights on and there are 3 piles to deal with.. thankfully just undigested grass really, and I have my handy wet wipes so we have it cleaned up in no time, and I decide to take him out to see if he needs a wee or anything whilst I’m awake. We just have a quick walk along the water front, being careful not to get locked out of the hotel, then back in and it’s back to bed for both of us.
8am - Getting up again and the monster seems to be feeling much better. We go next door for breakfast, but I just have a yoghurt and a croissant. It was lovely though. I really enjoyed this hotel, it was friendly, laid back and right on the route. I pack up the room, and give M a third of his normal breakfast (which he wolfs down) and we get in the car.
9.30am - We head just up the road for now to the ruins of Strome castle. I can’t let him off the lead here because there are lots of sheep, but it’s a great little stop for a walk around. It starts to rain but only quite lightly at this stage.
10am - He seems ok so we get on the road towards Inverness and eventually home (tomorrow). I must admit I had very serious thoughts of trying to just head home, both yesterday and at 5am, but I’m very far from home, nearly a 9 hour drive, and as such I think it would be better to stop regularly to offer him water and fresh air, rather than trying to push through. I have a quick call with D who reminds me that dogs eat things they shouldn’t all the time and to stop worrying, he’s eating, drinking and toileting normally and so to carry on but just not over feed him and offer him regular breaks. So our next stop is the Glen Dougherty look out, which is apparently stunning on a clear day but it wasn’t a clear day. So just a quick look about and off we go again. Nice for a photo and a leg stretch though.
11am - Last stop for us on the NC500 route is Rogie Falls. This is a great stop and walk down to the waterfalls. Apparently at the right time of year you can see salmon jumping up the falls, but it wasn’t to be today, this stop was incredibly busy, the car park was completely full and I had to wait a while to get parked, but it was a lovely walk and we both really enjoyed it.
12pm -Not long after this we reach Inverness and leave the NC500 route, we’re a little early to head to Pitlochry which is our stop for the night, so I do a couple of things, firstly grab a quick drive through McDonald’s for lunch £8.80, then fill up the car at the Tesco petrol station which comes to £19.87.
1.30pm - It’s only 90 mins to Pitlochry from here. And so I think I’ll be a little early really, so I head to Culloden battlefield for a walk around. Well unfortunately the heavens just open, and we are both completely drowned. Rather rudely I felt M wasn’t over interested in the Jacobites. But we have a very quick walk round, and then a towel off and on the road. I tell him I’ll put Outlander on for him when we get home. I’m actually very interested in history but I have been to the visitor centre before (and read and the watched the Outlander series which I’m sure is super accurate ).
4pm - We hit Pitlochry. I can’t get into the hotel car park, but I find street parking and check in nearby. This place is quite fancy, it’s in the same chain as the lunch I had on the steam train right at the beginning. Here it’s sort of a fancy gastro pub with rooms upstairs. This was the costliest of my accommodation at £99 but also the nicest. My heart does sink a bit though when I see where my room is. Sort of up two flights of stairs and round a lot of corridors and through several fire doors. I really hope we don’t need 5am dashes tonight. It’s nice to have a bit of luxury though too, most of my accommodation has been fairly basic, not even offering toiletries or tea/coffee in all cases. So this room with it’s very fancy toiletries and biscuits is very welcome.
5pm - We chill out for a bit, and I even nod off for 15 mins which is incredibly unlike me. Then we have a quick walk through the town, which looks lovely, and then head into our hotel/pub for dinner. I order the spaghetti carbonara with garlic bread. It’s lovely but very big, and I only manage half, but I did have lunch today.
8pm -We go for a last walk through the town, I contemplate an outdoor drink at a different pub, but I can’t find a table, so I have a glass of car wine, call DH, and watch Indian Matchmaking on Netflix.
Miles travelled in a car - 147 Accommodation - £99 Amount spent - £78
Day 9 - Sunday
8am - I wake up, and the boy has slept like a log. It really was a lovely room. I get up and he seems in no rush to leave his bed, so I quickly shower and pack and we head down the maze together. I take him for a wee and load the car. And then we pop in through the front door for breakfast. They kindly serve me brekkie in the bar so I can keep M with me. I order a couple of hot items, and they bring Lorne sausage which I’m not sure about so I risk sneaking a bit to M who thankfully seems back to normal.
9am - We jump in the car, and get on the road. We are going home today, but stopping at Glasgow to see my little brother. I stop at a Starbucks just outside Perth for a coffee (£10 loaded on my app), then arrive just before 11 to Pollok country park. Unfortunately it’s really very rainy, but I find my brother (A) who is 21 and just finishing up his time at uni, loan him my brolly, and put rain coats on both M and myself. We walk for over 2 hours, just chatting and getting lost. Most of the walk is spent trying to find the Highland Cows I drove past on the way in, and we do finally succeed. M absolutely loves it, and doesn’t stop running around and sniffing everything in sight. Eventually we decide to call it a day as I’m a way away from home. I drop A off at the Asda, pick up a quick Maccy’s for the car £8.40 and we head home. We end up doing it in one go (about 3.5 hours) as M was completely zonked out on the back seat. DH phones and we chat for ages, then with about 45 mins to go, we hang up and he says he’ll see me at home. I get in, to no DH. I unpack his gifts and finally give him a ring. Turns out there has been a terrible shock as his Dad had a heart attack whilst out shopping. Thankfully all is ok, but DH gets home a bit ashen, and we go round to his Mum’s to await seeing how his surgery goes, which thankfully is all fine. D picks up an Indian takeaway on the way back from his Mum’s, he opens a beer from his gift pile, and we breathe a big sigh of relief. It’s super lovely to see him.
Miles driven - 300 Amount spent - £18.40
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This day in 1720 saw the official marriage ceremony of Prince James Francis Edward Stewart and the Polish Princess Maria Clementina Sobieska. The marriage took place at the Italian Cathedral of Monte Fiascone, and the union led to the birth of Charles Stewart in Rome in 1720. Maria Clementina Sobieska was one of Europe's richest heiresses and brought the Stuarts a cash injection. The Polish Princess had been kidnapped on her way to the original wedding the preceding year to "The Old Pretender". She escaped, and had married James by proxy when he was away trying to raise support for the 1719 Rising. After the Rising was quashed, Jacobite hopes were raised in the form of the infant prince Charles.
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2020.08.25 11:15 stantheman35 UK IDV app - Updates 25.08.2020 (Regularly Updates)

07/09/2020 - Update
I opted out of the app and went to an appointment on 31/08/2020 (booked an appointment in Glasgow even though I live in London because they had the nearest appointment).
So the full timeline goes like this:
My personal conclusion is that it is worth opting out of the APP. Question - has anyone used the IDV APP and got a decision already? would be good to know if so.
Another question : do I have to be at home when the courier comes to deliver the BRP? I have a concierge at my building and they usually sign parcels on my behalf. I personally hate working from home and prefer using WeWork instead. Anyone has any experience with the BRP card delivery?

Thanks
Stan

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(31/08/2020 - Update)
Finally - I Got the invitation to use the IDV APP yesterday (30.08.2020). I applied on 02.07.2020.
So for these are you who applied early July/Late june, you should probably be getting it in the next few days!!

I decided to opt-out and booked an appointment this morning (in bloody Glasgow :). Took a morning flight to Glasgow. The appointment was fairly standard. When I asked about the decision the guy told me:"it might take some time so I have no idea".

That's all from my side for now,

Stan
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(27/08/2020 - Update)

Hope you all keep safe and well.

Stan

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Hi Everyone,
I am also one of the people who are waiting for the rollout of the UK IDV APP. I want to create a thread where we can share information about what we know. I hope this information helps to people in my situation who are waiting for the UK IDV (Identity Verification) APP.
1)Last year in order to help me with the immigration and the Visa process, I hired one of the top law firms to deal with immigration and here's what they told me about the app:
"About the IDV app – there was a meeting with the Home Office today which one of my colleagues attended and unfortunately it’s going to be a slow process. You can’t use the app until you’re invited to and the invitations are being sent out in order of the date of application. Apparently a lot of people aren’t going to get invitations until September. "

2) There was an update on UKVCAS website yesterday:

The UKVCAS Identity Verification app

As some of you know, we have been working with UKVI to develop a new Identity Verification (IDV) app as a response to the delays caused by Covid-19.
The IDV app lets customers that are eligible for UKVI’s biometric reuse policy (fingerprints and photographs that have been recorded in a previous application) to submit their application information to UKVI without having to book an appointment at UKVCAS.
The IDV app was approved for use by UKVI last week and rollout of the IDV app started on 17 August 2020 to a limited number of customers.
We are ramping up volumes and plan to be able to process up to 4,000 applications a day once we are fully up to speed. We expect to reach this point shortly.
Once we hit this target, we will publish regular updates so you can see where we are up to.
We will be sending out emails to invite you to use the IDV app in phases, working in date order from the earliest to the most recent, based on the registration date you applied to UKVI.
We know that many of have been waiting some time to submit your information to UKVI, whilst the IDV app has been introduced in response to the impact of Covid-19. We are working hard to send out invites as soon as possible."

3) Please share any information you have and let's help each other pass through this emotionally draining period.

Wish you all the best,

Stanley
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2020.06.26 03:58 rustlingstillness DistroKid vs. CD Baby vs. EmuBands and more - My Experience with Music Distributors

In this post, I will share my hands-on experience with three digital distributors, CD Baby, EmuBands and DistroKid, so anyone interested can know more about the experiences that are not possible to know solely from browsing their websites.
In the second half of this article, I will also list a few other distributors that I don't have experience with but hopefully some others may find useful. Among the distributors listed on this post, Landr and Soundrop offer cover song licensing for a one-off fee. If you do cover songs, please refer to the section for details.
I will go straight into these distributors. For more background about digital distribution, please read my another post: How to Release Your Music on Spotify and Apple Music?

CD Baby

The largest and oldest distributor on the market. They charge one-off fees for each release. No more fees after that, except they take 9% of the royalties, artists take 91%.
Releasing a single costs $9.95 and an album costs $29.95. Every release requires a unique UPC. The UPC costs $5 from them for a single and $20 for an album. So altogether the cost for each release is $14.95 for a single and $49.95 for an album. [What is UPC/ISRC?]
However, the cost of the UPC can be reduced by buying off one's own UPC online then use these UPC for releases. That will make the cost of a UPC as cheap as less than $1.
For example, buying off 5 UPC from BarCodesTalk costs only $10 and 25 UPC for only $25.
In this way, each release may cost just $11 for a single or $31 for an album.
Just need to keep in mind that there are a lot of UPC sellers on the internet, some of them may not work as others so do your research before buying them. BarCodesTalk seems to be legit among the rest and I haven't encountered any issue with them.
The "Pro" releases offered by CD Baby cover everything in Standard (mentioned above) plus publishing, cost $29.95 for a single and $69 for an album.
For streaming, going with Standard would be just fine. Also it may be more flexible to register with PRO (Performance Right Organisation) yourself instead of leaving that with CD Baby. These include BMI, SOUNDEXCHANGE, SongTrust and ASCAP.
During the pandemic, almost all distributors were complained by their users about processing time is taking too long, including CD Baby, but it seemed to be better now. My releases with them took 13 days in May and around 8 days in mid-June. [2 July update: took 6 days in early July]
My only complaint about CD Baby is the processing speed has room to improve and they take 9% of the royalties. Other than that, all good!

Pros

Cons

Verdict

An all-rounder for digital distribution, transparent and clear billing model, no need to worry about the songs may be taken down one day. The only drawback is the processing time has room to improve.

EmuBands

EmuBands is based in Glasgow, Scotland, UK and was founded in 2005. There doesn't seem much to be found on the internet but they are on Spotify Preferred Distributor List.
They charge releases similar to CD Baby's model: one-off and that's it!
Artists keep 100% of the royalties.
It's obvious that the charge is far higher than other distributors, in exchange for fast-responding customer services and excellent processing time. They processed my releases mostly within one working day, even during the pandemic. This is incredible!

Pros

Cons

Verdict

If you have the budget, EmuBands is very good in terms of service and processing speed. YouTube Content ID is the only lack of features comparing to other distributors. Use AdRev to cover YouTube Content ID if you decide to go with EmuBands.

DistroKid

In recent years DistroKid has been somehow popular in the independent musician community. They charge annual fees for unlimited uploads and releases.
The cheapest annual plan, Musician $19.99 per year, doesn't offer custom release dates. This limitation often causes problems with pitching playlist considerations. The feature, which is often available for free with other distributors, is offered by DistroKid's annual plan one level up, Musician Plus $35.99 per year.
Annual payments are necessary to keep the songs online. Otherwise, the songs will be deleted no matter what.
DistroKid advertises "Leave a Legacy" as their one-off option for the songs to stay online forever.
However, Leave a Legacy only protects songs from payment failures. Freely stop paying annual fees or cancelling membership will result in all songs getting deleted, no matter whether "Leave a Legacy" has been paid! For elaboration, see my post or DistroKid's official page (6 July 2020 Update: DistroKid seemed changed the page and no longer saying cancelling membership will delete the songs).
DistroKid was my first distributor. After a few months on digital distribution, I started getting know more about the market then I decided to switch out of them. The main reasons are a lot of features require add-ons to be paid and Leave a Legacy doesn't really keep my music online forever as I wish.
It's absolutely cost-effective to release songs using DistroKid. But if in any case you wish to discontinue the annual payments, it's better off re-uploading the songs through other one-time fee distributors, for example, CD Baby, EmuBands, Landr, or free alternatives such as Amuse or RouteNote. That way may end up cheaper and occur less hassle than going through the route of Leave a Legacy. [Know more about how to switch distributors]

Pros

Cons

Verdict

The annual subscription is cost-effective in some cases, with some other features require add-on payments. It may not be as cheap as it appears to be with all the add-ons paid. Go with other one-off payment distributors if one day you decide not to keep up the annual payments.

Below I list a few more distributors that I haven't interact with but may suit someone's need. One thing to keep in mind is that during the pandemic almost all the distributor suffer from extended processing time, including everyone below. Check their twitter for the timeline.

Landr

Landr operates on a hybrid billing model.
For $0 annual payments, Landr takes 15% of the royalties and charges $9 for a single and $29 for an EP/album.
For $20 annual payments, Landr takes 9% of the royalties and charges $5 for a single and $19 for an EP/album.
For $89 annual payments, Landr takes 0% of the royalties and offers unlimited releases.
The $89 plan works the same way as DistroKid and further offers the possibility to keep songs online without paying annual fees in the future.
Users are allowed to switch between different annual plans. Stop paying annual fees will automatically switch the songs to the free plan which Landr takes 15% of the royalties. Songs will never be deleted. (However, check this comment while things getting settled)
Landr offers cover song licensing, with a one-off fee of $15.
7 July 2020 Update: landr_audio commented that the current processing time is 6-8 business days.

Soundrop

Free! Takes 15% of the royalties. They offer a competitive cover song licensing service for a one-off fee of $9.99.

Ditto

Ditto charges $19 annual payments for unlimited releases and takes 0% of the royalties. Stopping annual payments will delete the songs.

Amuse

Amuse offers free and paid plans, both offer unlimited releases and pay 100% of the royalties.
The free plan doesn't allow custom release dates and labels. The default release date is set to 28 days ahead of the submission and will be settled at some point upon how busy they are.
Some of the platforms are available only to paid plans, but the major ones, including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and Shazam are included in both free and paid plans.
The paid plan charges $60 per year (or $8 per month) and offers custom release dates and labels plus delivering to Instagram, TikTok and YouTube Content ID. These features are not provided by the free plan.
Stopping paying annual fees will switch the account to the free plan, users still get 100% of the royalties and the songs stay online.

RouteNote

RouteNote offers free and paid plans, both offer the same features. The difference is that the free plan takes 15% of the royalties where the paid plan takes 0%.
The paid plan comes in two stages, for each release, they charge a one-time release fee, $10 for a single, $20 for an EP and $30 for an album.
Starting from the second year of each release, a renewal fee of $9.99 per year is required to keep 100% of the royalties. Stop paying the renewal fee will switch the releases to the free plan, which RouteNote takes 15% of the royalties and the songs stay online.

So that's all for now. What's your experience with your distributors? Is there any distributor that you think worth mentioning? How is the processing time in your experience?
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2020.05.06 15:14 Mel0n_Collie [OC] What if every world cup team had the same population? - Group H

Well here it is, the final group. It’s been a wild ride and my office chair's ass groove has developed its own ass groove, but if FIFA and/or The UN sees this and decides to reconstruct the fabric of political geography to emulate my idea, then it just might have been a worthwhile use of my time.
If you’ve just stumbled upon this then you have two options, either you call the day a write off and go back to read the first seven posts or you can close your browser and do literally anything else. Just incase anyone chooses option A, here are the groups in full…
Group A, Group B, Group C, Group D, Group E, Group F, Group G
Gentlemen, it’s been an honour writing with you, this final quartet strings together a titanic amount of talent.
The Final Countdown is fronted by Europe, I experience REM trying to find 22 Chinese Bro’s, and we take a visit to Drake’s home country Canada, for those of you not wanting to think about Drake today, I’m afraid if you’re reading this it’s too late.
CEUSAC
Canada, The Carribean, 24 most Easternly US states, Greenland
Population (millions): 242.42
Not to be confused with namesake John, this map to the stars is acronymically composed of ‘Canada, East US and Carribean’.
Five years ago it would be no exaggeration to say that this squad could have been an all-American draft, but a recent glut of Canadian and Jamaican talent makes this Atlantic amalgam a multi-national roster sweeter than maple syrup.
The Canucks have an underwhelming soccer CV, the ice-hockey adoring nation has the joint worst record of any team to qualify for a world cup, losing all three games without scoring a goal in 1986. Notable Canadians of the past include goalkeeper Craig Forrest who made over 250 appearances for Ipswich and won tournament MVP in Canada’s second and most recent Gold Cup triumph. Utility midfielder Paul Stalteri spent thirteen years playing between Germany and England’s top flights, while Les Rouges top scorer and 2011 MLS MVP Dwayne De Rosario is the greatest player to never leave the continent.
Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti and Trinidad & Tobago have all matched Canada’s solitary appearance, while the former are present throughout this squad, the other nation’s have failed to produce this generations Dwight Yorke.
Now-commentator Robbie Earle has just one less Premier League appearance than Eden Hazard and the midfielder scored Jamaica’s first World Cup goal. Earle was born in Newcastle, England, but some notable Islanders having traded allegiances the other way, the past and present pair of John Barnes and Raheem Sterling were both born in capital Kingston, and have gone on to be among the best wide players of their respective generation. A bitter loss to the Reggae Boys, Sterling may get some extreme boo’s if he starts against this team, provoking the irate of the Carribean. (come on it’s the last post)
Arguably the greatest player to represent an island nation is bulky Bermudan Shaun ‘feed the goat’ Goater; talented out-and-out forward scored over 220 times in English football, and an impressive goal every 85 minutes for his country.
The best former American from the strongest region of the three joined City two days after Goater left, Claudio Reyna has a century of caps spanning over a decade, even earning a spot in the all-star team of Japan/Korea 2002. The footballing genetics are strong in the Reyna family, the man from New Jersey sure to have produced a future USMNT star. Giovanni Reyna doesn’t make this squad on the count of a stacked midfield, but considering the 17 year old is already capable of goals like this it’s only a matter of time before he’s the first name on the team sheet.
Goalkeepers Birthplace FM20 Value Age
Milan Borjan CAN Red Star GK Knin, Croatia 63 €1.00 32
Zach Steffen USA F. Dusseldorf GK Coatesville, PA 68 €17.50 25
Defenders
Walker Zimmerman USA LAFC CB Lawrenceville, GA 61 €3.10 27
Matt Hedges USA FC Dallas CB Rochester, NY 61 €3.60 30
Wes Morgan JAM Leicester CB Nottingham 66 €1.50 36
Alphonso Davies CAN Bayern Munich LWB Ghana 68 €7.30 19
Adrian Mariappa JAM Watford CB London 64 €5.00 33
Kemar Lawrence JAM Red Bull NY LB Kingston 61 €3.10 27
Ike Opara USA Minnesota Utd CB Durham, NC 62 €3.30 31
Timmy Chandler USA Frankfurt RB Frankfurt 64 €3.30 30
Midfielders
Daniel Johnson JAM Preston NE CAM Kingston 62 €8.20 27
Jonathan David CAN Gent CAM Brooklyn, NY 65 €9.50 20
Atiba Hutchinson CAN Besiktas CDM Ontario 65 €0.70 36
Cristian Pulisic USA Chelsea LW Hershey, PA 75 €43.30 21
Tyler Adams USA RB Leipzig CDM Wappinger, NY 65 €4.80 21
Leon Bailey JAM Bayer Leverkusen LW Kingston 76 €38.20 22
Osvaldo Alonso CUB Minnesota Utd CDM San Cristobal 63 €1.20 34
Romaine Sawyers STK West Brom CM Birmingham 65 €12.50 28
Forwards
Mariano Diaz DOM Real Madrid ST Catelonia 74 €29.80 26
Jozy Altidore USA Toronto ST Livingston, NJ 66 €5.40 30
Lucas Cavallini CAN Vancouver ST Toronto 65 €3.20 27
Kemar Roofe JAM Anderlecht ST Walsall 65 €8.80 27
Average/Totals 66 €214.30 25.82
Tempted to include his name in the title to break the subs upvote record, Christian Pulisic is a $73 million man receiving the attacking midfield tutorship of Frank Lampard at Chelsea. With 31 caps and 17 goals for his country at just 21, the man from Hershey has mounds of talent that might see him finish his career as the male Megan Rapinoe.
I’m hesitant to call Pulisic the star of the show, as the winger turned wingback Alphonso Davies looks almost certain to become a world-class player at Bayern Munich. Born in a Ghanian refugee camp to Liberian parents, the prodigy is a proud Canadian national who announced himself by scoring a 93rd minute winner against Sporting Kansas City aged just 15. He went on to score three times for his adoptive country in the 2017 Gold Cup the following year, sharing a continental golden boot award before being legally old enough to donate blood. In recent memory Davies displayed a man of the match performance knocking Pulisic’ Chelsea out of the Champions League.
Ronaldo’s brief successor to the number 7 shirt at Real Madrid, Mariano leads the line, despite just 1 cap for the Dominican Republic, I’m going out on a limb to predict he’ll bother turning up for this team
At one point believed to be the third in a trilogy of Anglo-Jamaican heists, Leon Bailey is a technically supreme winger with pace to match, now 22 he’s comparatively one of the older attacking role models in the tournament's youngest team. The average age is even more impressive when looking at aging leaders Atiba Hutchinson and Wes Morgan who collectively have a glistening trophy cabinet.
I think group winners will be a bridge too far but could this show what could be the beginning of a much more competitive CONCACAF in years to come. If my predictions are correct, the round of 16 will be a reenactment of the civil war.
East India
11 Indian states (Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal P, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura, Bihar)
Population (millions): 178.20
Never having to research this nation's footballing downfalls again will be an Indian tonic, in what is actually the best team on paper from the second most populated country, they might just manage to concede fewer than thirty in this strong group.
I don’t have anything of value to say about this part of the world, so I’m going to try a social experiment and see if anyone gets this far without skipping to the next team, so here is the first few paragraphs of the WIkipedia entry for former Chelsea and Newcastle defender Celestine Babayaro...
Babayaro spent the majority of his career playing in the Premier League, mainly for Chelsea from 1997 to 2005, and then later for Newcastle United, from 2005 to 2008. He had a brief stint at MLS club LA Galaxy, but never officially played for the club, and was a free agent, before retiring in 2010. He represented the Nigerian national football team from 1995 to 2004, and was part of two Olympic squads, two World Cup squads and three African Cup of Nations squads.
Born in Kaduna, he began his playing career at Nigerian side Plateau United, before moving to Belgian club Anderlecht in 1994, and eventually would make a name for himself, quickly gaining first-choice status although still a teenager. Babayaro set records as the youngest player to make an appearance and to receive a red card in the UEFA Champions League. He was sent off in a match against Steaua Bucuresti in a 1–1 draw, aged 16 years and 86 days.
Now that you know the history, let’s see the team.
Goalkeepers Birthplace Football manager Value Age
Dheeraj Singh IND ATK GK Manipur 24 €0.02 19
Lalthuammawia Ralte IND FC Goa GK Mizoram 20 €0.01 27
Defenders
Salam Ranjan Singh IND ATK CB Manipur 28 €0.02 24
Raju Galkwad IND Kerala Blasters CB Maharashtra 21 €0.01 29
Jerry Lalrinzuala IND Chennaiyin LB Mizoram 27 €0.02 21
Dhanachandra Singh IND Mohun Bagan LB Manipur 22 €0.02 33
Abhishek Ambekar IND East Bengal LB Maharashtra 20 €0.01 28
Chhuantea IND Odisha LWB Mizoram 20 €0.01 31
Robet Lalthlamuana IND Northeast United LWB Mizoram 20 €0.01 31
Rahul Bheke IND Bengaluru RB Maharashtra 33 €0.03 29
Midfielders
Udanta Singh IND Bengaluru CM Manipur 37 €0.04 23
Lallianzuala Chhangte IND Chennaiyin CAM Mizoram 35 €0.04 22
Halicharan Narzary IND Hyderabad CM Assam 30 €0.02 25
Jackichand Singh IND Jamshedpur CM Manipur 30 €0.02 28
Vinit Rai IND Odisha CDM Assam 29 €0.02 22
Amarjit Singh IND Jamshedpur CDM Manipur 29 €0.02 19
Lalrindika Ralte IND East Bengal CM Mizoram 29 €0.02 27
Eugeneson Lyngdoh IND Bengaluru CM Meghalaya 28 €0.02 33
Forwards
Semboi IND Bengaluru ST Manipur 20 €0.01 27
Jeje IND Chennaiyin ST Mizoram 38 €0.03 29
Samuel Lalmuanpula IND Mizoram CAM Mizoram 22 €0.02 21
Komal Thatal IND Sikkim CAM Sikkim 22 €0.02 18
Average/Totals 27 €0.44 25.73
Udanta Singh is the key player in this squad, the right winger doesn’t have the greatest goal record for India but the Bengaluru stalwart was key to an historic 2015-16 season that saw the South Indian club win the I-League while reaching the final of the AFC Cup (Asian Europa league), doing all this at age just 18 saw him voted young player of the year in his homeland.
At 21 years old, Jerry Lalrinzuala was enjoying his fourth season as a regular for Chennaiyin and played every game in a victorious ISL season two years ago, the Mizoram man is one of India’s brightest shining players in a generation.
I honestly can’t wait to see what the damage is to these teams once the tournament is simmed, I think the golden boot will be decided on which world-class striker shows the least mercy, and between his exploits against Panama and swearing on his daughter's life begging for a goal that his hair scored, Harry Kane might be the man to do it.
North & Central Europe
United Kingdom, Ireland, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany
Population (millions): 243.13
Here it is the one you’ve all been waiting for, it’s the last megateam of the tournament and the region that contains Angela Merkal, the Chef from the muppets, and little old me.
The region combines for two world wars and five world cups (doo dah), and is dominated by two of the games fiercest rivals.
Die Mannschaft has seven major honours and football’s most ruthlessly efficient and consistent force, before the disaster of 2018, Germany’s worst finish this century was a bronze medal. Depressingly I had the best summer of my life cheering on an England team that finished fourth overall. With the group stage exit behind them and the Three Lion’s looking to build from their deepest run since 1990, these two nations are producing top players at a frightening rate and will no doubt renew the duel at some point this decade. With 18 of 22 players, the Anglo-Germanic mixture will face an existential crisis if they end up facing a penalty shootout.
The Nordic nations struggle to make an impact in the side, while Sweden and Finland have produced legends in the past like Sami Hyypia, Jari Litmanen, and striking duo Larrsson and Zlatan, Norway are patiently waiting for their newly foraged mix of raw ingredients to rise into a Golden generation. It will be a shock if Erling Braut Haaland and Martin Odegaard don’t become elite in their own rights, while the defensive minded likes of Sander Berge and Kristoffer Ajer may be a few rungs down but are physically capable of going to the top of the game.
Two times World cup runners up and 1976 Euro winners Czechoslovakia join forces once more but fail to grab a speaking role in this all-star cast.
Iceland are the darlings of population stats, whilst they don’t feature in this lineup they’ll be in the crowds showing off their famous synchronized noise making trick.
Goalkeepers Birthplace FM20 Value Age
Marc Andre Ter Stegen GER Barcelona GK Mochengladbach 85 €57.10 27
Manuel Neuer GER Bayern GK Gelsenkirchen 88 €51.20 34
Defenders
Joshua Kimmich GER Bayern RWB Rotweil 80 €53.90 25
Mats Hummels GER Dortmund CB Bergisch Gladbach 83 €62.50 30
Andrew Robertson SCO Liverpool LWB Glasgow 79 €54.40 26
Trent Alexander-Arnold ENG Liverpool RWB Liverpool 80 €61.10 22
Niklas Sule GER Bayern CB Frankfurt 78 €60.10 25
Harry Maguire ENG Man United CB Sheffield 75 €39.00 27
Jerome Boateng GER Bayern CB West Berlin 78 €41.20 32
Milan Skriniar SVK Inter Milan CB Zlar nad Hronom 82 €60.20 25
Midfielders
Raheem Sterling ENG Man City RW Kingston, Jamaica 87 €86.60 26
Toni Kroos GER Real Madrid CM Greifswald 81 €72.30 30
Cristian Eriksen DEN Inter Milan CAM Middelfart 79 €60.90 28
Marco Reus GER Dortmund CAM Dortmund 84 €71.00 30
Leroy Sane GER Man City LW Essen 84 €77.30 24
Jadon Sancho ENG Dortmund RM Camberwell 78 €50.80 20
Thomas Muller GER Bayern CAM Wuilheim 80 €66.70 31
Leon Goretzka GER Bayern CM Bochum 75 €33.40 25
Forwards
Robert Lewandowski POL Bayern ST Warsaw 88 €93.60 32
Harry Kane ENG Tottenham ST London 89 €90.10 26
Timo Werner GER RB Leibzig ST Stuttgart 78 €54.00 24
Gareth Bale WAL Real Madrid RF Cardiff 87 €87.80 31
Average/Totals 82 €1,385.20 27.27
A ridiculous strike-force that begs the question of two up top, Kane and Lewandowski’s play styles may be too similar to gel but leaving one on the bench seems ungrateful. Timo Werner is the more natural second striker while Bale perhaps only makes the side on reputation.
Ever forward-thinking, Germany predicted the grouping in 2017 and chose to develop the world's greatest post-2000 player to date, despite normally batting for the other team. Jadon Sancho hasn’t quite made the mark in an adolescent international career but has his entire 20's ahead of him, the Englishman with all the speed and flare of an Aston Martin, he is positionally and tactically convertible, his meaning his potential has no ceiling. Sancho will most likely contend with Sterling for a spot in the lineup, with an industrious German midfield dominating. Joshua Kimmich holding the obvious way to go.
Liverpool’s wing back pair continue to compete for assists, while solo Slovakian Milan Skriniar should play alongside one of three German centre-halfs. Take your pick from the keepers.
Another contender for the title, not quite as perfect as their western counterparts, but if any team can top them, it might be the region on top of them.
East China
3 Chinese provinces (Henan, Hubei, Shandong)
Population (millions): 242.05
As I near the end, my last supper is a stale Chinese.
Three gargantuan provinces combine to complete the world’s most populous nation. These play home to four teams in the country's top flight, Qingdao Huanghai, Shandong Luneng, Henan Jianye and Wuhan Zall, with Marouane Fellaini the most recognisable name playing in the region, and probably the tallest human around.
China’s greatest goalscorer Hao Haidong was born in Shandong, with Yang Xu approaching his mid-thirties thirteen behind, Hao’s 41 goals for the team in red doesn’t look likely to be beaten anytime soon.
Goalkeepers Birthplace FM20 Value Age
Guo Quanbo CHN Beijing Guoan GK Hubei 37 €1.00 22
Zeng Cheng CHN Shanghau Shenhua GK Hubei 49 €2.90 33
Defenders
Yu Hai CHN Shanghai SIPG LWB Henan 52 €2.50 33
Yu Dabao CHN Beijing Guoan CB Shandong 51 €3.30 32
Zhang Linpeng CHN Guangzhou E CB Shandong 51 €3.70 31
Jiang Zhipeng CHN Heibe China Fortune LB Shandong 51 €3.60 31
He Guan CHN Shanghai SIPG CB Shandong 50 €3.00 27
Mei Fang CHN Guangzhou E CB Hubei 47 €3.10 31
Zheng Zheng CHN Shandong Luneng LB Shandong 47 €3.00 31
Li Lei CHN Beijing Guoan LB Shandong 46 €3.60 27
Midfielders
Hao Junmin CHN Shandong Luneng CM Hubei 54 €2.70 33
Zhang Xizhe CHN Beijing Guoan CAM Hubei 50 €4.50 29
John Hou Saeter CHN Beijing Guoan CDM Trondheim, Norway 46 €4.40 22
Li Hang CHN Wuhan Zall CM Hubei 46 €2.50 31
Zheng Kaimu CHN Jiangsu Suning CDM Hubei 46 €2.40 28
Zheng Long CHN Dalian Yifang LM Shandong 45 €0.38 32
Wang Yongpo CHN Shenzhen RM Shandong 46 €2.00 33
Pedro Delgado CHN Aves CAM Portimao, Portugal 53 €4.80 23
Forwards
Gao Lin CHN Shenzhen CF Henan 53 €1.50 34
Xiao Zhi CHN Guangzhou R&F ST Henan 46 €0.00 34
Shan Huanhuan CHN Dalian Yifang ST Henan 44 €0.36 21
Gao Xiang CHN Qingdao RF Shandong 43 €2.10 31
Average/Totals 48 €57.34 30
The Wuhan clan of Hao Junmin and Zhang Xizhe share 110 national appearances between them and steer a midfield that although the best of the Chinese teams, will struggle to dictate the play in a strong group.
This aging squad is waiting for a new wave of talent, one of only a few teams to exceed an average age of 30.
Third place a near certainty in this group, but they’ll be looking forward to knocking a few past East India.
So there we go, my work is done, I’m working on collaborating with someone to sim the tournament and will have that ready for you ASAP.
I’ll do some spring cleaning on some mistakes in past posts and try to put some of your lineups in there, until then, thanks so much for reading the series, I’m going to go back to playing miniclip pool infront of the Netflix ‘are you still watching’ screen. Cheers!
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2020.04.13 22:32 morguul Navy: A HOI4 Guide

Navy: A HOI4 Guide

Protect the Motherland, In the Navy!

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There is more than one way to skin a cat, and certainly more than one way to build a fleet in HOI4. So, say it with me, our mantra!
‘Not every division works for every situation so I need to change things sometimes.’
But it’s water stuff, so we’ll say ‘fleet’ instead of ‘division’.
When the naval modifications for Man the Guns were finally released I could see the brilliant potential that new system married into the existing game. But for someone picking up HOI4 and NOT having MTG? I would advise against it. I’ll discuss the MTG content 99% of the time. If you buy one DLC, make it Man the Guns.
Within the guide, there is a lot of “ThEoRy CrAfTiNg” because... it has to be. So, plan your endgame. Then you can determine how long, how much and what type of Navy you’ll build.
In that feeling I guess I’ll be this skinny weird dude to your Thanos. *snap*
As far as credentials and why should you listen to any of this? I've banked more than 9000 hours playing HOI4. I love this game a lot. I've tried a lot of different YouTubers, Redditor, and other online ideas. Some are great, others are not as effective, especially after several years of content changes, patch releases, DLC updates, multi vs single-player settings and more. So let me close on this:
I’m an unorthodox player. I try to find ways to push advantage towards my single-player game style. This may not feel comfortable with you. That’s okay. Not everyone plays HOI4 the same, and we’re all better for it. I think I have a couple of pearls in here for you to take away, but seriously – adapt to your own play style and current game. Some results may shock you so try new things out. This is a guide for you to step off from. The pier to your own navy, if you will.
-OWC
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Overview

Just so we’re speaking the same language.
aka Boom Squads!
The navy screen is F2 to access by default.

Hull Types

Let’s highlight the types of ship hulls in Hearts of Iron 4, then talk about the actual building of a fleet, composition, admiral upgrades and more.
  • SS Submarine – cheap, slow, limited loadout options
  • SS Cruiser Submarine – cheap, unique to a few countries, slow, special loadout options.
  • DD Destroyer – light, fast, cheap. (can construct avg 8-12/year)
  • CL Light Cruiser – Most versatile, Moderate to expensive cost, reliable and durable Moderate to Fast speeds. (can construct avg 2-4/year)
  • CA Heavy Cruiser / Coastal Defense Ship – can be expensive, slow to Moderate speeds, Medium to heavy firepower
  • BC Battle Cruiser – Moderate in nearly all categories. heavy firepower
  • BB Battleship – Moderate to unreasonable costs, slow to moderate speed, heavy firepower, heavy armor
  • CV Converted Carrier – Moderate to fast speed, relies on its parent class of Battleship or Cruiser hull for engine upgrades, cheap, weak, requires an escort.
  • CV Carrier 36+ - can be cheap to moderate, reliable, requires an escort.
  • Transport or Convoy – Required for transporting ‘goods’ such as reinforcements for divisions, equipment, and production resources across water zones within the game.

Fast vs Slow

15+ knots is slow.
27+ knots is moderate.
35+ knots is fast.

Naval Yards and Construction Duration

Naval Yards are actually quite cheap to construct at 6400 production vs MILs 7200 and CIVs 10800. Their material needs, however, are quite high, more in a sec. If you plan to build a navy you really do need to take time to invest in these early due to the long build time of some capital ships, or creating vast numbers for a fleet.
I’m not going to bore you with any other math except this ONE bit. But you don’t even need to memorize it. Or even actively use it. You just need to be aware of it, how it works, and what the actions involved are.
Capital Ships can use up to 5 yards of production at a time, Screens and Subs use up to 10 yards, and transports can have a capacity of 15 yards working. A single Naval Yard outputs 2.5 production per day.
So!
(2.5 per yard) x (QTY of naval yards dedicated) / (cost of design) = production cost in days.
You can mix in modifiers such as resource availability, dockyard output from construction tech, or focus bonuses, etc.
But lucky you! The game built all that in and tells you the date of completion, so, yay!
As an idea of time: A single dockyard can output about 900 production per year. The starting 1936 Battleship Italy gets, the Littorio Class, costs 11,487 production, so about 2 years of full speed construction with its bonuses.

Material Costs

It should be obvious, but worth mentioning, some countries will simply have a harder time putting a navy in the water than others. Ireland hasn’t got the same amount of naval zones as Sweden, and neither has the available resources, trading power or coastline as the United States.
Regardless of the nation though, the navy you construct in most cases will take years to create, not weeks like an army can.
So plan to have your ‘Grand Fleet’ hit the waves sometime around 1940-41 if you start early. Closer to 1942 if you’re building new capital ships, and 1943 for the more modern classes. There are exceptions.
Construction Tip: Build the max 3 refineries in a landlocked state, then fill in the same state with CIVs or MILs!Double bonus! Refineries give rubber for airplanes!

Experience is the key, and Oil is the lock.

Most countries come with templates for a hull already, or there are national focuses that help get a small staring amount (usually 25 points) of naval experience. This is not much but, thankfully, you don’t need much to start designing ships. You will need a lot more if you plan to create a big navy… especially if it’s from scratch! Mao, I’m looking at you.
Once you have a boat (not convoys), set your ship to exercise and set the repair priority to auto detach. This will keep your ships in the water training and essentially mining for XP for as long as possible. Anyone that needs to repair will detach, repair, and return to training exercises.
Just don't forget it's on!
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Advisors and Admirals

Check your Air and Naval Designers as well as Military Staff, for technology and stat upgrades available within your war cabinet. This could help you in several ways such as stacking bonuses together for submarine detection or carrier sortie efficiency.

Speed

Commanders that offer speed bonuses to your fleet will make you able to engage and disengage combat actions better. Some countries can really pile up advantages here and make for excellent battle groups. As always in HOI4: Speed Kills.

Admirals

A single Admiral can lead 10 unique groups, so pile lots under one great admiral, even if it’s not his ‘specialty’. Such as an Air Commander operating a patrol squad of Destroyers. There are also static bonuses to leader experience gain, so make sure you look over your Admirals' abilities closely. Try to avoid Admirals that carry penalties to Anti Air, Speed, or Experience Gain and look for the better minor traits such as Gentlemanly, Craven. Two you need to look for are Career Officer (+10% XP gain! Holy shit!) and Bold (+10% Speed).
When a ship is badly damaged in combat it typically disengages, if possible. So any critical hit, big or small, that doesn’t sink it outright will send that enemy boat running. While other boats are still reloading I like to have a second tube filled and firing. Torpedo strength upgrades with tech, cooldown speeds don’t often get reduced. Take advantage of that. Use Lancer for surface torpedoes such as from a Destroyer, and Silent Hunter for submarines.
Fly Swatter, Fleet Protector, and Seawolf traits are good ones to focus on first and work for nearly any type of fleet. When applying upgrades, I typically move towards Concealment Experts and Loading Drill Masters for the far-reaching groups like Patrols. For the air controllers, I typically upgrade the fighters. Air Superiority at sea means nearly any tin can with a torpedo can make a ‘safe’ attack run on the enemy capital ships.
Finally, and important, is that Admiral upgrades do not have an indicator to say an upgrade is available. You’ll need to manually check them from time to time to see if they’ve earned one.

License Production and Blueprints

You need to have a high level of friendship, preferably even in the same faction, to gain enough favour to purchase licenses. This can be done via the diplomacy screen but be aware that the more gap between your existing tech and theirs, the less likely they are to give plans over to you. Even if allied.
Most licenses are cheap costing 1 CIV to maintain but a few are more expensive at 5 CIVs to maintain the blueprints. The ship you’re getting should really be something that you can’t build yourself, it isn’t worth the time to research, or it is needed strongly enough for creating an effective navy.
An example would be:
Guangxi Clique being at war with both America and Japan, GXC could NEVER create a navy if they didn’t first select the focus giving naval XP before the war started. They become locked out of the needed 25 XP to create a first ship design.
Leasing a Destroyer plan, say, from the Soviets, could get them building cheap convoy escorts, training them, and earning XP to make other homegrown designs later.
It’s a lengthy example and most times I don’t think you’ll need to lease a naval design. Cruiser Subs and Torpedo Cruisers are the exceptions. If you can afford it, you should lease and build these craft.

Blueprints

Ireland leases ‘Submarine I’ plans from Germany to work as convoy raiders in the Atlantic. Meanwhile, they are working to secure future techs through spies and research.
Many Bothans will be slaughtered in your pursuit of a spy-stolen-blueprint-navy, so use it as a bonus, not a crutch.
La Resistance brings in the ability to first infiltrate, then steal blueprints from enemy navies, armies, and air forces. These are essentially tech upgrades and are chosen more or less randomly from what’s still available in the research pool, and what has been researched by the target of the mission. You can’t suggest the spies try for “Super Heavy Battleship hull plans” in a mission, but if the enemy has them, there is a chance they may be acquired during the mission.
However, spies can add a significant advantage to your navy by gaining those tech upgrades you otherwise wouldn’t receive, so don’t ignore the possibilities they bring.

Tech and Doctrine

So you have a big pool of XP and now you want to spend it on some stuff! I can dig it.
Economics Tip: Never pay full price when you can pay half instead.
In my opinion, you shouldn’t purchase an upgrade that has a time reduction penalty still locked. Train the 50 XP for things like Depth Charges and Hull Armor upgrades. Or store up the 100 XP for Doctrine upgrades. I don’t usually fill out an entire naval doctrine tree, but typically one or two branches.
What doctrine should you use? I posted this earlier on Reddit and it still holds quite well for the La Resistance content update.
Naval Doctrine Flowchart
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Armaments and Loadouts

*fist pump*
You have two spheres of thought to use here:
Fill It and Kill It -or- Strip It and Ship It.
Both are great, both have ups and downs.

Fill It and Kill It

These are meant to be built, deployed and used until destroyed. Quality without retrofit is the idea.
A single Destroyer with 3 ASW slots is a fantastic sub hunter when combined with sonar tracking and Radar. However, it will cost more production per boat, you’ll produce less each year vs a stripped-down version of the same thing, and you’ll typically need the tech available at the time of design or be forced to upgrade after. This can mean you're adding months or years to apply an upgrade to an already years-long project. Such as changing out a Battleship engine, or refitting 20 Destroyers with a new rank of radar.

Strip It and Ship It

The ships are built with one or two key components and otherwise use trimmed down equipment to save cost and time in production. By focusing on those key components and sending the ship off as soon as possible you can also quickly build numbers to gain supremacy over your enemy. Now, it’s not that the boats aren’t ‘good enough’ because they aren’t loaded to the teeth, in fact, in many ways they are superior to the Fill It and Kill It concept.
Submarine minelayers can be made slightly cheaper if you use lower engine upgrades or a smaller hull for example. And you can pump those out like hotdogs at a ballpark.

Refit vs Build New

Not all ship redesigns are good ideas. You’ll need to check the cost in the bottom right corner of the naval designer screen to see if this is going to be a good item for refitting old ships or a waste of time and production.
Expensive items like armor, engines, and weapons can take a long time to change out and often are just better off spending a bit more time and producing an entirely new ship instead of refitting an old one. A good refit idea could be: adding or upgrading radar to a carrier, adding a minesweeper to an empty Destroyer slot, or changing torpedoes to mines on a Submarine.
Poor refit ideas are modifying a 2 rank increase or more in engines, ie, going from a rank 1 to a rank 3 or 4 engine or adding multiple new elements such as Antiair, Secondary, or Primary Batteries.
All designs and changes to existing plans will usually cost between 2 and 5 XP per slot. So upgrading a ship isn’t hard, nor too expensive. *chef kiss*
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The Blue Diamond Club

Damn the torpedoes, Full speed ahead!
- Admiral David Glasgow Farragut

The sign of membership in the Club.
Heavy Cruiser, Battleship, Super Heavy Battleship, Battle Cruiser, Coastal Defense Ship
These guys are the stuff of naval nightmares and sea-salty wet dreams. The pummeling they offer is only matched by air power. As always, there is a catch. The more shit you put on it the boat, the slower it goes. And gargantuan, shit-filled boat may as well appear to be islands to an airplane. There is a balance to find here.

Heavy Weapon Ships

The choice of a Capital Ship boils down to the 4 seashells.
Speed, Fuel, Construction Materials, and Screens.
You mean… you don’t know about the 4 seashells??
Because shelling. From a ship. At sea. Seashell.
Anyway. \dry cough**
Balancing those ideas will generally give you the answer to which Capital Ship will be the right one to build.
If you haven’t got many screens or you’ll need time to produce more, you may want to go for a longer build-time hull. A Battleship or Super Heavy could be a strong option here. Building 10 Destroyers will take a couple of years even if you have 10 yards dedicated to it. So, why not take advantage of that opportunity to produce a more robust vessel?
If you don’t have a ton of production time or available construction resources look to Battle Cruisers over Battleships. A heavily armored Battle Cruiser is quite fast and can hold a fair armament. Even the Royal Navy chose the more modern Battle Cruiser as its Pride of the Fleet. Although it was sunk…
¯\_(ツ)_/¯
So why use a Super Heavy Battleship at all? Well, flatly, they are hard to kill. They take a pounding better than the Energizer Bunny’s drum. They usually outlive most encounters and they often astonish me how well they can ‘pull one out of the fire’ and bring a win against some crazy odds. They make for a fantastic Pride of the Fleet because of this.
And regular plain ol’ Battleships, where do they fit in? A great place exists between speed and armor, and that’s where the Battleship floats. If you have the 4 seashells locked up, there is no reason you cannot produce Battleships.

Heavy Cruisers

They do not offer Heavy Weapon armaments but have instead a compliment that features Medium Weapons. These can still act as a Capital Ship in every way, and if well complimented can become a fearsome foe at sea.
Make no mistake though, a Heavy Cruiser is not the same as the other Heavy Weapon ships. Even Coastal Defense Ships. This is due to the restriction against Heavy Weapon mounts on Heavy Cruisers, but they’re pretty cheap on gas and materials compared to its larger counterparts.

Carriers

"Neither the Army nor the Navy is of any protection, or very little protection, against aerial raids."
-Alexander Graham Bell
Never ever ever ever ever EVER let a Carrier go out without a heavy escort, sometimes several.
This is the one ship that just shouldn’t be wandering alone or even under-protected. The investment and the payoff are well worth the cost of protection so before you spam a carrier fleet, make sure it’s got support. The last thing you want is your shiny new 60-plane ubercarrier to slide into the drink because you got laid out by a pair of Light Cruisers on patrol.
Mmm Agility.
In nearly every country exists a Naval Aviation Design Company. It helps with research speed and some minor upgrades for naval-based airplanes. He is worth the purchase prior to doing the tech research for aircraft. Only a handful of countries start with naval airplanes to produce at the outset so you’ll likely have to research the tech.
If you plan to build a carrier group in your game, I strongly advise you to consolidate all aircraft production lines to naval air variants and forego land-based aircraft entirely.
i.e. Use carrier CAS vs ground CAS. They’ll benefit from the naval air designer also.
A local, or allied source of rubber is strongly advised, so you may need to build a couple of refineries. Remember to take the rubber upgrades when possible to limit the number of penalties you’ll face to the construction of your carrier aircraft. Building refineries can even bring you CIVs in rubber trade!

Fuel

Look, these are thirsty beasts. If you can’t feed it, perhaps you shouldn’t own one. Fuel can be a problem with relentless training or operations and few countries can sustain it. Although, America and Russia can forge ahead without inhibition even when the tank reads ‘empty’. Some of the ‘light on Navy, heavy on oil’ nations can also do this relentless naval training to great effect. Romania and Canada for example and they earn a great pool of XP to use on tech and doctrine!
Britan fueling its Navy in Bengal ~ 1940 [Colourized].
Building refineries can help offset the costs of fuel for your navy. Early on refineries aren’t great, but as the technology progresses (and your navy grows!) it can be quite effective when the world is thirsty for any petrol. If fuel is a concern, don’t even think about Carrier groups without some serious upgrades or expansion goals to your oil and refining capacities.

Okay…What the fuck is a Screen?

Destroyers and Light Cruisers are known as screening vessels or ‘Screens’ for short. They act as the icing on the layer cake of a fleet. It’s the first thing you see and the first thing to get attacked.
A real mess can be made of your naval layer cake if you don’t have sufficient screens. And ask yourself, how would Paul Hollywood feel about your shitty Navy bake without icing? He’d say this:
\" ... \" ~Paul Hollywood
But numerically, how many should you have?
If they are doing a job such as a patrol, escort, or mine operation groups of 8 Screens could be used. You could bring it down to 4 screens if you include a capital ship such as a Coastal Defense, Battleship, or Heavy Cruiser.
Cam, you say, if I need 4 ‘screens’, and both a Destroyer and Cruiser are 'screens', then is a Destroyer equal to a Cruiser? Can't I just build the cheap Destroyers?
No, but yes! Now you're getting it! (heh, HOI4 whatcanisay) Some Cruisers are lightly equipped, others are heavily armed. The same can be true with Destroyers. Depending on the explicit details of your loadout there may be a reason to have one over the other. Pound for pound, Cruisers are better in the long run, given a hard choice to make ONE only.
A compliment of both can build a very strong surface fleet and every measure should be taken to build both. Especially if constructing capital ships! I like using 3 Destroyers to 1 Cruiser (but it’s usually loaded out).

The Formula

1 carrier + 1 capital ship = 😃
1 capital ship + 4 screens = 😃
8 screens = 😃

One ping only Vasily (Submarines)

Historically, Submarines were feared by many navies. I’ve played games where we ONLY used Submarines for naval combat. It was laughable. The French navy ripped us apart. The RAF stalked our every move. When we finally managed to get into a proper fight, our ability to go toe to toe with a Carrier fleet isn’t the stuff of legend because it’s not a favorable fight for the Submarines to begin with! I’m certain that you’ll find a way to create an undersea fleet of silent murder boats, but for this guide, the simple goods are what you’ll get.
There are 2 chassis frames for Submarine: The standard 4 tech unlocks and the sexiest of Submarines: the Cruiser Submarine. Oooo.
...and it has been since Gwen went with Gavin.
The extra armaments they receive are Fuel Tanks adding range, and Float Planes for increased scouting and a module slot for either a Snorkel or Radar. This means the boats can be a scout or a hunter to great effect with nearly unlimited range. It is truly a magnificent class and anyone who can build them, should. America, Japan, and Germany, I’m looking at you!
The Cruiser Sub is more or less the same as a rank 3 sub in layout, but not the engine or torpedo strength, yet. Later, they can be upgraded with new Submarine technology, so the hull never really goes out of date even by 1944, and by then the war at sea is typically already won or lost.
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Zones of Control and Deployment

The world has a few nice choke points in it such as around South Africa, the Cap Verde Plain, the straights around the Dutch Indies and others. Positions with air or radar support (or both!) are the most favorable to deploy in for zone control. Regions that have little access to air support, such as the Mid Atlantic Gap or the Central Pacific can be great spaces for Submarines to raid convoys safely away from land-based aircraft.
Keep to places that are friendly, close to home or that you can easily repair in without the risk of being bombed while in the harbor. For Germany, this could mean retreating the fleet back to occupied Poland for major repairs or finding harborage in an Italian or Japanese port.
Zone Spam, that is, just clicking every fucking zone for control, will typically only be effective if you have enough groups in your fleet to cover the specified areas. Using 2 Destroyers to cover the Atlantic isn’t really effective, clearly, but they will make a lazy looping patrol of all zones regardless.

Missions

You can access the missions for your fleet via the Naval Screen (F2) and assign zones of control from here as well. you may need to re-harbor your fleet and you can do this by right-clicking on a friendly harbor. Different missions will provide more or less superiority in a zone based on several factors such as the number of units, nearby radar stations and rank, as well as overlapping naval missions, which will all play a role in gaining or maintaining naval superiority.
Patrol: Chews gas. Great for screens. Use floatplanes, radar, or sonar equipped boats for better effectiveness. Land-based radar and scout airplanes help also. Combine speed and the 'Do not Engage' command for a stealthy type spotter group.
Strike Force: Saves gas! Keeps the big guns at harbor until the patrol has confirmation for a strike force to deploy. Speedy ships are great here. Don’t harbor strike groups too far away, they may not make the encounter in time. Multiple strike force squads can move to the same conflict and engage it simultaneously.
Convoy Raiding: Nearly any ship can be used for convoy raiding, but none are quite as effective as Submarines. This is their preferred theater of combat after all. The German U-boat wolf packs were deployed in groups of 8-20 and the same should be true here for subs on convoy raiding.
Convoy Escort: These ships need to be quick, durable, and able to hunt submarines. Destroyers and Light Cruisers pair well with Heavy Cruisers and even Battleships here. A group of 8 screens is a great start, but they can become busy if you’re moving a lot of equipment overseas or are involved in heavy resource trade.
Minelaying: If there was a second job for Submarines it’s as minelayers, or Egglayers as I call them during my streams. Using advanced minelayer tech creates a truly nightmarish scenario for your enemy. Mines slowdown enemy fleets, impede invasion progress and generally make life shitty for your enemy.
Minesweeping: A couple of Destroyers with a single sweeper kit can be left to their own devices and do good work. Usually, you won’t need a gargantuan fleet here. Typically I use 5 Destroyers outfit with 1 minesweeper kit and that’s it. Just pick up to 3 zones and clean it up.
Bonus! The Admiral upgrade: Minelayer or Minesweeper, really top the mine operations off! *chef kiss again!*
Naval Invasion Support: Fleets will help convoys by escorting them on the way to an invasion and they will also help soften up the defenders when the invasion makes landfall. Big guns bring bonuses. Think of it like CAS at Sea!
Note: Use a Carrier that is NOT on a mission but deployed next to your invasion landing, that way it can offer air superiority and CAS support, but this needs to be manually deployed.
Operation: Downfall, May 1946
It is probably the only exploit I use if it is an exploit at all: To best make naval invasions happen at the outset of the war, is to deploy your fleet using the convoy raiding option, activate the marine invasion THEN declare war. The zones will be considered ‘controlled’ and your marines will immediately depart.
It doesn’t always work but most of the time it does. Other times selecting a different combination of missions will allow your invasion to proceed. So if you’re struggling with getting troops to bloody move, try changing their invasion support option to convoy raid or escort or any combination thereof. Failing that, you’ll have to do it the old fashioned way. Win control of the zones. But that’s fun too, so. Win-win.

Always Engage, Moderate, Low Risk, Do Not Engage.

These are probably one of the most important but overlooked options you’ll have on your deployment console. The bigger your fleet vs the enemy, the less you should fear them. Engaging at low or no risk can be great for patrols, minesweepers, and minelayers. Just find them and report the enemy position back, combat is someone else’s job.
If you’re trying to Little Mac your way to the top, staying alive is more important than engaging at all costs. But sometimes a fleet will not engage with an enemy because these settings are too low. Use care when selecting these options for your fleets. It can be the difference between success and failure at sea.
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Example Builds

Antisub Destroyer
A 'Strip It and Ship It' build.
The 'Quality Class' Cruiser
With a 7000 km range. Who doesn't love long legs?!
I'm not going to give you ALL the designs I use, there are lots. That's why I spent 5000 words explaining it. But you should get the idea based on everything discussed and pictured above.
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Closing

I hope this helps new players find their sea legs, and maybe a few old sea dogs found a new bone they can chew on within their own games. The brilliance of the naval system in HOI4 is its sandbox depth. Get messy with it. It really has a lot to offer and is by far the single most pleasing addition to Hearts of Iron 4 franchise. For me, HOI4 Navy is like the ice cream buffet after pizza. You just don't care how much you hate yourself for attempting to eat it, you'll be happy you did and not care what you paid for it.
Hopefully, the idea of expanding this concept to the Air Theater has been kicked around the Paradox Studios. Adding elements such as Folding wing tech, wooden biplane airframes that upgrade to aluminum ones, the marriage of different engines to airframes (as was the story of the Supermarine Spitfire), or the idea of weight capacity for weapon load-outs restricting the size of the airframe used, or god forbid: bombers on a Carrier.
Dare to dream.
I feel it would behoove them to adopt this brilliant naval formula for the aircraft portion of the future game.
Thanks for reading and happy hunting.

TLDR; version or Vanilla version

Press the Scales button and assign Patrol or Raiding zones. Build Light Cruisers and max Engines, Reliability, and Armor.
Go buy Man the Guns.
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2020.02.11 23:41 sto_sa The list so far for RSD 2020 (an ongoing project...)

List Updated to include RSD UK titles as confirmed in Long Live Vinyl Magazine.
These titles may not necessarily all be included on the US list, and further US-exclusive titles will be announced.
The 3 Pieces - Iwishcan William - 12” (Rogue Cat)
Ace of Base - The Sign - 7” picture disc (IK7 Records)
Acid Mothers Temple - Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo E - 2LP (Space Age Recordings)
Namja Akhtar - Five Rivers - 12” (Last Minute Productions)
The Alarm - Electric Folklore Live ‘88 - 2LP (21st Century Recordings)
Lee Alfred - Rockin’/Poppin’ Full Tilting - 7” (Cancer Records)
Alessandro Alessandroni - Ritmo dell’industria n. 2 - LP (BTF)
Alpha & Omega Meets the Disciples - Sacred Art of Dub, Vol. 1 - LP (Mania Dub)
Alphaville - Sounds Like a Melody - 12” (Warner Music Germany)
The Amorphous Androgynous - A Monster Psychedelic Bubble - LP (FSOL Digital)
Andy & The Odd Socks - Happy Birthday/Remember You’re An Odd Sock - 7” picture disc (CMG)
Annihilator - Triple Threat Unplugged - 12” (Neverland Music Inc.)
Archers of Loaf - Raleigh Days/Street Fighting Man - 7” (Merge Records)
Louis Armstrong - Armstrong in France LP (Dot Time Records)
Art Brut - Modern Art - 7” (Alcopop!)
Ed Askew ft. Trembling Bells - London - 12” (Tin Angel Records)
Asking Alexandria - Stand Up and Scream - LP (Sumerian Records)
B-Fax - B-Fax - LP (Disco-Ordination)
Badflower - The Jester Acoustic - 12” (Big Machine UK)
Chet Baker Trio - Mr. B - LP (Tidal Waves Music)
The Bamboos - Twenty Years 2000-2020 - 2x7” (Tru Thoughts)
Band of Pain - A Clockwork Orange - 12” (Dirter Promotions)
Bardo Pond - On the Ellipse - 2LP (Fire Records)
Robbie Basho - Selections from The Sounds of Avatars - LP (Tompkins Square)
Bastille - All This Blood - 2LP (Virgin EMI)
Batmobile - Big Bat A Go-Go - 7” (Music on Vinyl)
Jessie Baylin - Pleasure Center - 12” EP black and white marbled (New West Records)
Beck/St. Vincent - No Distraction/Uneventful Days - 7” (Capitol)
Gerry Beckley - Discovering America - 10” (Morgan Blue Town)
The Bevis Frond - Valedictory Songs - 2LP (Fire Records)
The Bevis Frond - What Did For the Dinosaurs - 2LP (Fire Records)
Joan Bibiloni - Selected Works: 1982-1989 - 12” (NuNorthern Soul)
Biffy Clyro - The Modern LepeModern Love - 7” (Warner)
Black Honey - Corrine - 12” (Black Honey)
The Black Keys - Let’s Rock - 2LP (Nonesuch/Warner)
Black Lips ft. Kesha - They’s a Person of the World - 7” (Fire Records)
Black Sabbath - Evil Woman, Don't Play Your Games with Me / Wicked World / Paranoid / The Wizard 2x7” (WarneBMG)
Tim Blake - Crystal Machine (blue vinyl) (LMLCulture Factory)
Blanck Mass - Blanck Mass - 2LP (Sacred Bones)
BMX Bandits - C86 - LP (Glass Modern)
Marc Bolan & T. Rex - Shadowhead: 1972-1976 - LP (Demon)
Bombs of Hades - Phantom Bell (2LP) (red vinyl, etched side) (Black Lodge)
David Bowie - ChangesNowBowie (LP or CD) (Warner)
David Bowie - I’m Only Dancing (Soul Tour 74) - 2LP or 2CD (Warner)
Boys Next Door - Door, Door: 40th Anniversary (red vinyl) (Rhino Australia)
Broken Bones - Dem Bones - LP (Fall Out/Jungle)
Peter Bruntnell - Normal For Bridgwater
Jake Bugg - Saviours of the City - 7” (RCA)
Sam Burton - Nothing Touches Me - 7” (Tomkins Square)
Canned Heat & John Lee Hooker - Hooker 'n Heat (yellow/brown vinyl) (LMLR)
Caribou - Swim: 10th Anniversary Edition - 2LP (City Slang)
Brandi Carlile - Black Hole Sun/Searching With My Good Eye Closed - 12” (Elektra)
Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes - End of Suffering Live to Vinyl - 10” (International Death Cult)
Ron Carter - Foursight Stockholm - 2LP (IN+OUT Records)
Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine - 1992: The Love Album - LP (Chrysalis)
Neal Casal - Fade Away Diamond Time - 2LP (Not Fade Away)
Johnny Cash - Classic Cash: Early Mixes [early mix of 1988 album] - 2LP (Mercury/UMe)
Michael Chapman - Americana - LP (Mooncrest)
The Charlatans - The Charlatans UK vs. The Chemical Brothers - LP (Beggars Banquet)
The Charlatans - Live It Like You Love It - 2LP (UMC/Island)
Charli XCX - Vroom Vroom - 12” color (Atlantic)
Cheap Trick - Out To Get You [live 1977] - 2LP (Legacy/CMG)
The Chemical Brothers - Surrender to Love - 12” (Virgin EMI)
Don Cherry - Cherry Jam - 10” (Gearbox)
Cherry Ghost - Beneath This Burning Shoreline - 12” (Heavenly Recordings)
Cherry Ghost - Live at the Trades Club - 12” (Heavenly Recordings)
Christine and the Queens - La Vita Nuova: Sequences 2 et 3 - 7” gatefold (Because Music)
Chromeo - Needy Girl: Zdar Dub / Paper Faces Remix /Album Version // Lifelike Remix / Bloc Party Remix / Instrumental (eOne Music)
The Church - Gold Afternoon Fix (gold vinyl) (Real Gone Music)
Gary Clark, Jr ft. Andra Day - Pearl Cadillac - 12”/etching (Warner)
The Claude Diallo Situation - I Found A New Home - LP (Dot Time Records)
Clearlight Symphony - Clear Light Symphony (pink vinyl) (LMLCulture Factory)
Clutch - The Obelisk - 17LP box w/mat and signed litho (Weathermakers)
MJ Cole - Madrugada Remixes - 12” (Classics & Jazz UK)
Shirley Collins and Davy Graham - Folk Roots, New Routes - LP (Universal/Decca)
Michel Colombier - Capot Pointu - LP (PlayTime)
The Comet Is Coming - Imminent - 12” (Decca)
Charly Coombes - All in the End Is Harvest - LP (Finyl Vinyl)
Alice Cooper - Live at the Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, 19-02-82 (Rhino/Warner)
Ivan Conti - Poison Fruit (LP+7”) (green vinyl) (Far Out Recordings) (UK)
Corporation of One - So Where Are You/The Real Life - 12” (Smokin’)
Nev Cottee - Stations - LP (Wonderful Sound)
Cradle - The History - LP (Modern Harmonic)
Mikal Cronin - Switched-On Seeker - LP (Merge)
Keith Cross and Peter Ross - Bored Civilians (Universal/Decca)
The Cure - Bloodflowers: 20th Anniversary - 2LP (UMe/Polydor)
The Cure - Seventeen Seconds: 40th Anniversary - LP picture disc (UMe/Polydor)
Denzel Curry - Bulls on Parade/I Against - 7” (Loma Vista)
Cybotron - Colossus - LP (Dual Planet)
Czarface - Czarface & The Return of Metal Face - LP (Silver Age)
Holgr Czukay, Jaki Liebzeit, Jah Wobble - A Full Circle - 2x10” (Gronland)
D-Mob - We Call It Acieeed Remixes - 12” (London Records)
Etienne Daho - Surf - 12” (Warner Music France)
Dalvanius and The Fascinations/Golden Harvest - Voodoo Lady/I Need Your Love - 7” (Warm)
Damaged Bug - Bug On Yonkers - LP (Castle Face)
The Damned - Fiendish Shadows: 40th Anniversary - LP color vinyl (Cleopatra)
Dave Davies - Rock Bottom: Live at The Bottom Line - 2LP (Green Amp/Red River)
Miles Davis - Double Image: Directions in Music (Selections from The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions) - 2LP (CMG/Legacy)
Divina De Campo - Decoded - 12” (PEG Records)
Def Leppard ft. Brian May and Ian Hunter - Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame - LP (UMe/Virgin EMI)
Mac DeMarco - Other Here Comes The Cowboy Demos - LP purple (Macs Record Label)
Devil's Witches - Guns, Drugs, and Filthy Pictures 10" (Majestic Mountain)
Destiny’s Child - Say My Name - 12” picture disc (CMG/Legacy)
The Detroit Cobras - Feel Good/etching - 7” (Wild Honey)
The Dickies - Banana Splits: The Tra La La Song 7" (Cleopatra)
Dinosaur Jr. - Swedish Fist: Live in Stockholm - LP (Cherry Red)
Dio - Annica - 12” picture disc (BMG/Niji Entertainment)
Dissection - Somberlain (2LP) (blue vinyl, etched side) (Black Lodge)
DJ Cam Quartet - The Essential - LP (Attytude Records)
Doctors of Madness - Dark Times - LP (Molecular Scream)
The Doors - The Soft Parade: Doors-Only Mix - LP (Rhino/Elektra)
Down N Outz - The Music Box - 12” (UMe)
Dr. John - Remedies - LP color vinyl (Get On Down)
Barry Dransfield - Barry Dransfield - LP (Glass Modern)
The Durutti Column - Idiot Savants (white vinyl) (180gr) (Demon)
The Durutti Column - Vini Reilly/WomadLive - 2LP + 7” (Factory Benelux)
Steve Earle - Times Like These/It’s About Blood - 7” (New West Records)
Clint Eastwood & General Saint - Stop That Train - 7” glow -in-the-dark (Greensleeves)
Luiz Eca y Familia Sagrada - La nueva onda del Brasil - LP (Vinilissimo)
Eddie & The Hot Rods - Get Your Rocks Off (2LP) (Jungle/Skydog)
Terry Edwards - Stop Trying to Sell Me Back My Past - 2LP (Sartorial Records)
Embryo - Embryos Rache - LP color vinyl (Loneos)
Embryo - Opal - LP color vinyl (Loneos)
Emerald Web - Valley of the Birds - LP (Trading Places)
Emerson, Lake, and Palmer - Live At Waterloo Field, Stanhope, New Jersey, US, 31st July 1992
Eminem - My Name Is/Bad Guys Always Die - 7” (Universal)
Brian Eno - Rams - LP (UMe)
Erasure - Blue Savannah - 12” (Mute)
Esplendor Geometrico - Necrosis en la playa - 7” (Geometrik)
Bill Evans - Some Other Time: The Lost Session from The Black Forest - 2LP (Resonance Records)
The Ex - All Corpses Smell the Same - 7” (Superior Viaduct)
Exit North - Book of Romance and Dust - 2LP (Exit North Records)
Ezra Collective - Clash of the Galazies - 12” (Enter the Jungle)
The Fall - Austurbæjarbíó Reykjavik Live 1983 - 2LP (Cherry Red)
The Fall - Cerebral Caustic: 25th Anniversary - LP color vinyl (Demon)
Fallen Angels - Paradise Lost - 2LP + poster + book (Sunbeam)
Fatboy Slim - Sunset (Bird Of Prey) 20th Anniversary Edition - 12" (SKINT)
Feeder - Feeling a Moment / Pushing the Senses - 12" (Echo)
The Feminine Complex - Livin’ Love - LP or CD (Modern Harmonic)
Field Music - Measure - 2LP (Memphis Industries)
Lee Fields - Let’s Get a Groove On - LP (Daptone)
Fight - A Small Deadly Space (gatefold) (red and black marble vinyl) (Real Gone Music)
Craig Finn - All These Perfect Crosses - 2LP (Partisan)
Kelly Finnigan - The Tales People Tell - LP (Colemine Records)
Flamin’ Groovies - Live at the Whiskey A Go-Go ‘79 - LP (Revenge Records)
Flawes - Highlights - LP (Red Bull Records)
Fleetwood Mac - Before The Beginning Vol 2 (3LP) (4/17 release date)
Fleetwood Mac - The Alternate Rumours - LP (Rhino/Warner)
The Fleshtones - Face of the Screaming Werewolf - LP or CD (Yep Roc Records)
Blaze Foley - Live at the Austin Outhouse - LP + 7” (End of an EaLost Art)
Josephine Foster - This Coming Gladness - LP (Fire Records)
Fraternity - Livestock - LP (Reel Music)
The Frumpies - Frumpie One Piece/Frumpies Forever - LP + 7” (Kill Roc Stars)
Future Sound of London - Cascade 2020 - LP (FSOL London)
Fuzztones - Lysergic Emanations - LP picture disc (Easy Action)
Serge Gainsbourg - Ces Petit Riens - LP (Ina)
Galaxie 500 - Copenhagen - 2LP/etching (202020 Records)
Rory Gallagher - Cleveland Calling LP - LP (Chess/UMC)
The Game - Born 2 Rap - 3LP (eOne Music)
Taana Gardner - Taana Gardner & Kenton Nix’s West End Works: Expanded - 2LP (Salsoul)
Gaston - My Queen - LP (Soul Brother Records)
Gemma Ray - Lights Out Zoltar! - LP pink (Bronzerat)
Gene - Rising for Sunset: 20th Anniversary - 2LP (Demon)
Giant Sand - Ramp - 2LP (Fire Records)
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Pinata - LP (Madlib Invazion)
Girl Band - Vicar Street Live - 2LP (Rough Trade Records)
Philip Glass - The Essential - 4LP (Music On Vinyl)
Glass Animals w/ Denzel Curry - Tokyo Drifting - 12” picture disc (Wolf Tone)
Goblin - Greatest Hits Vol. 1 - 2LP (AMS)
Golden Earring - Radar Love (original UK/Mootan LP version) - 7” (Music On Vinyl)
Goldie Lookin Chain - Original Pyrite Material - LP gold (1983 Records)
Gong - Live! At Sheffield 1974 - 2LP (LMLR)
Gorgan City - Realm - 12” (Virgin EMI)
Gorillaz - D-Sides (3LP) (WarneParlophone)
Gorillaz - G-Sides (2LP) (WarneParlophone)
Ellie Goulding - Lights: 10th Anniversary - LP (Polydor)
Davy Graham - The Holly Kaleidoscope (Universal/Decca)
Grateful Dead - Buffalo 5/9/77 - 5LP (Warner)
Gray - Never Gonna Leave New York City - 12” (Anasyrma)
David Gray - Please Forgive Me - 12” pink (IHT Records)
Juliette Greco - Jolie Mome: La muse de Saint Germain des Pres - 2LP (Poppydisc)
Al Green - Green Is Blues - LP, green and blue (Fat Possum)
Tom Grennan - This is the Place - 7” (Insanity)
The Grid - Floatation - 12” clear (Chemical Alley)
The Groundhogs - Split - 2LP red (Fire Records)
Grouplove - Broken Angel (Warner)
Guided By Voices - Hold On Hope - 10” clear (TVT)
Guided By Voices - Vampire on Titus - LP yellow/gold (Scat Records)
Marika Hackman - Any Human Friend - 10” (Virgin EMI)
Terry Hall - Home - 12” (Heavenly Recordings)
Johnny Hallyday - Le Plus Grands Succes - LP five-color vinyl (LMLR)
Halo - Let Me Do It/Life - 12” (Expansion)
Hanterhir - Schizophrenia/Dancing Out in Space - 7” (Easy Action)
Paul Hardcastle - 19: The Mixes (35th Anniversary Edition) - LP (Chrysalis)
Vladimir Harkonnen - Vlad Smash (Power It Up)
Hatchie & The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - Sometimes Always - 7” (Heavenly Records)
Hawkwind - At the BBC 1972 (September 28 1972) - 2LP (Rhino)
Hawkwind - Quark, Strangeness & Charm - 2LP clear (Atomhenge)
Kuumba-Toudie Heath - Kwaida - LP (Reel Music)
The Heptones - Back on Top - LP red (Burning Sounds)
The High - Martin Hannett Sessions (Unreleased Martin Hannett Sessions for Somewhere Soon) - LP (Vinyl Revival)
High Frequency - Summertime - 7” (Nia)
Aashid Himons - The Gods and I - 12” (Music for Dream/Fyraften Musik)
Hiss Golden Messenger - Let the Light of the World Open Your Eyes - 7” (Merge)
Loleatta Holloway - Cry To Me - LP (Tidal Waves Music)
Hope In High Water - Bonfire and Pine - LP (Fish Records)
Hugh Hopper - 1984 (red vinyl)(LMLCulture Factory)
Hootie and the Blowfish - Live at Nick's Fat City 1995 2LP (Warner)
The Hotrats - Turn Ons: 10th Anniversary Edition - 10" color vinyl [100 with signed print] (Demon)
Human Race - Human Race/Grey Boy - 7” (Gem Records)
Humble Pie - Official Bootleg Collection, Vol. 2 - 2LP (HNE)
Hunny - Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. - LP blue (Epitaph)
Ike Yard - Night After Night - 12” red (Superior Viaduct)
Implosion - 2020 - 2LP (Trading Places)
Inhaler - It Won’t Always Be Like This/Oklahoma (Late Night Edition) - 7” (Polydor)
Inhaler - We Have To Move On/Ice Cream Sundae - 7” (Polydor)
Inhaler - My Honest Face (45rpm)/There’s No Other Place (33rpm) - 10” (Polydor)
The Inn House Crew - Something Special - LP (Room in the Sky Records)
Ken Ishii ft. Pac-Man - Join the Pac - 7” (iam8bit)
J Hus - Big Conspiracy - 2LP (Black Butter)
Bob James - Once Upon A Time: The Lost 1965 New York Studio Sessions - LP (Resonance Records)
Bert Jansch - Live in Italy - 2LP (Earth Recordings)
Jansen/Barbieri/Karn - Playing in a Room With People - 2LP (Medium Productions)
The Jazz Butcher - Big Planet Scary Planet - LP (Fire Records)
The Jazz Butcher - Condition Blue - LP (Fire Records)
The Jazz Butcher - Cult of th eBasement - LP (Fire Records)
The Jazz Butcher - Fishcoteque - LP (Fire Records)
Jethro Tull - Stormwatch 2 (Warner)
Elton John - Elton John: 50th Anniversary Edition - 2LP purple (UMe/Mercury)
J.J. Johnson and Kai Winding - J&K: Stonebone (UMe)
Linton Swesi Johnson - Bass Culture/LKJ In Dub - 2LP (UMC/Island)
Daniel Johnston - The End is Never Really Over - 2LP (Feraltone) [features Artistic Vice and 1990]
Samantha Jones - A Girl Named Sam - LP (Trading Places)
Wizz Jones - Wizz Jones: Mono and Stereo Mixes - LP (Sunbeam)
Judas Priest - British Steel - 2LP picture disc (CMG/Legacy)
June of 44 - Engine Takes to the Water - LP (Touch & Go)
June of 44 - Tropics and Meridians - LP (Touch & Go)
Jungle Brothers - Because I Got It Like That - 7” (Idlers)
Damien Jurado - Birds Tricked Into the Trees/From Devils To Davis - 7” (Loose)
David Keenan - Alchemy & Prose: Live Recordings - 12” (Rubyworks)
Dermot Kennedy - Without Fear - LP (Island)
Tim Key - Tim Key’s Late Night Poetry Programme - 2LP color vinyl (Demon)
Phoebe Killdeer - Fade Out Lines - LP (Kwaidan)
Killing Joke - Laugh at Your Peril: Live in Berlin - 3LP black and pink (Killing Joke Records)
Killing Joke - Turn to Red - 12” red (Turn to Red Records)
The King James Version - He’s Forever (Amen) - 7” (Soul Kitchen)
The Kinks - The Kink Kronikles - 2LP red vinyl (Warner)
Klaxons - Surfing the Void: 10th Anniversary Edition - 2LP (UMC/Polydor)
Knight Area - D-Day - 2LP black and white (Butler)
Sarathy Korwar - Otherland - 12” transparent green (The Leaf Label)
Kraftwerk - 1 (50th Anniversary Edition) - LP (True Choice Recordings)
Kraftwerk - 2 - LP (True Choice Recordings)
Fela Ransome Kuti and His Highlife Rakers - Fela’s First: The Complete 1959 Melodisc Session - 10” (Cadillac Records)
Wolfgang Lackerschmid and Chet Baker - Ballads for Two - LP (Dot Time Records)
Laneous - Elsewhere/Flawless - 7” (Soul Has No Tempo)
kd lang - Angel with a Lariat - LP red (Warner)
kd lang - Drag - 2LP color vinyl (Warner)
Larkins - Hit and Run - 10” EP (Good Soldier Records)
Jamie Lawson - Last Night Stars - LP (Lookout Mountain)
The Leaf Library - About Minerals - LP (Where Its At is Where You Are)
Jenny Lee - I’m So Tired/Some Things Last a Longtime - 12” (Caroline)
Thomas Leer - Emotional Hardware - CD (Smitten Kitten)
Michel Legrand - Jazz on Film - LP (Moochin’ About)
John Lennon - Instant Karma 2020 Ultimate Remix - 7” (UMe)
Lil' Kim - 9 (Deluxe LP) (Ltd)
Alison Limerick - Where Love Lives/Frankie Knuckles remix - 12” (Arista)
Alfredo Linares y su Sonora - Yo traigo boogaloo - LP (Vampisoul)
The Live Band - A Cance for Hope - 7” (The Sound of Brooklyn)
Local Natives/Overcoats - When Am I Gonna Lose You - 7” (Loma Vista Recordings)
The London Suede - London Suede - LP (Demon)
Loop - Sevens - 3x7” (Reactor)
Loose Joints - Is It All Over My Face: 40th Anniversary Edition - 2x12” (West End)
Los Amigos Invisibles - Arepa 3000 - 2LP (Luaka Bop)
Lothar & The Hand People - Machines: Amherst 1969 - LP + CD (Modern Harmonic)
The Lottery Winners - Love Will Keep Us Together - 7” (Modern Sky)
Love Frame Tragedy - Five Songs to Briefly Fill the Void - 10” EP (Good Soldier Records)
The Lovely Eggs - I Am A ***** - LP picture disc (Egg Records)
Marcy Luarks and Classic Touch - Electric Murder - LP (Kalita Records)
Corb Lund - Cover Your Tracks EP - 12” EP (New West Records)
Kenny Lynch - Half the Day’s Gone and We Haven’t Earned a Penny / Ashley Beedle Remix - 7” (Satril)
Kirsty MacColl - Other People's Hearts: B-Sides 1988-1989 - LP clear (Demon)
Madness - Work, Rest, and Play - 2x7” (Union Square/BMG)
Magic in Threes - Stay in Your Lane - 7” (King Underground)
Magnetic System - Godzilla/Escape - 7” (AMS)
Magnum - Fully Loaded - LP (Phoenix)
Manic Street Preachers - Done & Dusted - 12” (CMG/Legacy)
Mansun - The Dead Flowers Reject - LP (Kscope)
The Mar-Keys - Last Night EP - 10” EP (Vinyl Revival)
Bob Marley - Redemption Song - 12” clear vinyl (UMe)
Nick Mason - See Emily Play/Vegetable Man - 12” (Legacy)
Sammy Massamba - 1990: Beni Soit Ton Nom - LP (SM Productions)
John Massoni & Sonic Boom - The Sundowner Sessions - LP (Space Age Recordings)
Paul McCartney - McCartney: 50th Anniversary Edition - LP (180g, half-speed mastered) (UMe/Capitol)
Tommy McGee - Now That I Have You - 12” (TMG Records)
Declan McKenna - Beautiful Faces/The Key to Life on Earth - 7” (Columbia)
Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell - 2LP picture disc (UMe/Virgin EMI)
The Meat Puppets - The Meat Puppets - 10” (Megaforce)
Mellow Candle - Swaddling Songs (Universal)
Melt Yourself Down - Born in the ManoIt Is What It Is (IDLES Remix) - 7” (Decca)
Membranes - Kiss Ass Godhead - LP pink (Glass Modern)
Menswear - Nuisance: 25th Anniversary Edition - LP (Demon)
The Menzingers - Chamberlain Waits - LP color vinyl (Red Scare Industries)
Metal Mirror - English Booze/Rock ‘n’ Roll Ain’t Never Gonna Leave You - 7” (On the Dole Records)
The Meteors - Teenage Heart - LP color vinyl (Music On Vinyl)
Metronomy - Metronomy Forever Remixes - 12” (Because Music)
Metronomy & Clara Luciani - La Baie/La Grenade - 7” (Because Music)
Mew - And the Glass Handed Kites: 15th Anniversary Edition - 2LP (Music On Vinyl)
Mickey and The Soul Generation - Iron Leg/Chocolate - 7” (GCP)
Mickey and The Soul Generation - How Good is Good/Get Down Brother - 7” (Mr. G)
Mickey and Them - U.F.O./Hey, Brother Man (GCP)
Midland - Live at the Palomino - LP (Big Machine)
Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um Redux - 2LP (Get On Down)
Thelonious Monk - Palais Des Beaux-Arts (Tidal Waves Music)
Moonchild - The Truth/Run Away - 7” red/blue splatter (Tru Thoughts)
Moonspell - Memorial (red vinyl) (Rastilho Records)
Bobby Moore/Sweet Music - (Call Me Your) Anything/I Get Lifted - LP (Soul Brother Records)
Christy Moore - Prosperous - LP (Tara Music)
Kip Moore - Slowheart/Underground - LP + 10” (Snakefarm Records)
Kevin Morby - Oh Mon Dieu:1 Live a Paris - 2LP (Dead Oceans)
Giorgio Moroder ft. Kylie Minogue - Right Here Right Now remixes - 12” grey (Good For You Records)
Morrissey - Honey, You Know Where To Find Me/Fantastic Bird/You Should Have Been Nice to Me - 12" picture disc (BMG)
Chuck Mosley - First Hellos and Last Goodbyes - LP (blocGLOBAL)
Motorhead - Ace of Spades/Dirty Love - 7" shaped picture disc (Warner)
Mott the Hoople - Golden Age of Rock n Roll (blue vinyl) (Madfish)
Bob Mould - Circle Of Friends - 2LP clear vinyl) (Demon)
Mouth Congress - Ahhh The Pollution - 7” (Captured Tracks)
Mungo’s Hi Fi ft. Marina P, Dennis Alcapone & Tippa Irie - The Beat Goes SKA! - 7” (Scotch Bonnet Records)
The Murder Capital - Love, Love, Love/On Twisted Ground - 12” (Human Season Records)
Roisin Murphy - Incapable - 12” picture disc (Skint)
Mush - Great Artisanal Formats - 7” (Memphis Industries)
My Chemical Romance - Life on the Murder Scene - 12” (Reprise)
My Life Story - The Rose The Sea - 12” (Exilophone Records)
Nahko and Medicine for the People - Take Your Power Back (Live) - 10” (Side One Dummy Records)
Qasim Naqvi - Beta - LP (Erased Tapes
Nas - God’s Son - 2LP color vinyl (Get On Down)
Milton Nascimento - Ultimo Trem - 2LP red (Far Out Recordings
Nazareth - Love Hurts/This Flight Tonight - 10” (Salvo)
Fred Neil - 38 MacDougal - LP green (Delmore)
The New Clarence Reid - Cadillac Annie/Tired Blood - 7” (Phil-LA of Soul)
New Order - Peel Sessions - 12” (Rhino)
Nihilist - Carnal Leftovers (white vinyl) (Black Lodge)
Nite People - P.M. - LP (Trading Places)
North Sea Radio Orchestra - I A Moon - LP (The Household Mark)
Notorious BIG - It Was All A Dream - 9LP box (Rhino)
Gary Numan with Skaparis Orchestra - When the Sky Came Down Live - 3LP (BMG)
The Obsessed - Incarnate (Ultimate Edition) - LP gatefold or CD (Blues Funeral)
Ocean Colour Scene - One from the Modern - 2LP (UMC/Island)
Oh-Ok - The Complete Reissue - LP (white vinyl) (Hhbtm Records)
OHL - Oktoberrevolution (Power It Up)
Ol’ Dirty Bastard - Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version - 9x7” (Rhino/Elektra)
Operation Ivy - Energy - LP (Epitaph)
OST - A Haunting Strip of Marshland: OST for Ness (Drew Mulholland) (Castles In Space)
OST - Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me - LP (Maverick)
OST - Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery - 2LP (Disney)
OST - Austin Powers In Goldmember - 2LP (Maverick)
OST - Black Mirror: Smithereens (Ryuichi Sakamoto) - LP (Music On Vinyl)
OST - C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D. - LP (Terror Vision)
OST - The Cinematic Orchestra/London Met Orchestra - The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingoes - 2LP pink (Disney)
OST - Henri Crolla & Andre Hodeir - Jazz on Film… - LP (Moochin’ About)
OST- Dennis Hopper’s The Last Movie - LP (Earth Recordings)
OST - Doctor Who - Massacre - 2LP “Parisian Blaze Orange” (Demon)
OST - Dracula/The Curse of Frankenstein (James Bernard) - 2LP
OST - Fistful of Dollars (Ennio Morricone) - 10” (BTF)
OST - For a Few Dollars More (Ennio Morricone) - 10” (AMS)
OST - Francis Lai - Made in France - LP (PlayTime)
OST - Fuktronic (Jimmy Urine and Serj Tankian) - LP (Music On Vinyl)
OST - The Godfather (Nino Rota) - 7” white (Silva Screen)
OST - The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (Ennio Morricone) - LP (AMS)
OST - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: The Original (Demon Records UK)
OST - La Planete Sauvage (Alain Goraguer 1973) - LP yellow (Superior Viaduct)
OST - The Last Porno Show - LP (Country Club)
OST - Last Tango in Paris (Gato Barbieri) - LP rose (AMS)
OST - Metroland (Mark Knopfler) - LP (UMC-Mercury)
OST - Monty Python and the Holy Grail - LP picture disc (UMC/Virgin EMI)
OST - The Musical Anthology of His Dark Materials (Lorne Balfe) - 2LP (Silva Screen)
OST - Once Upon a Time in the West (Ennio Morricone) - LP (BTF)
OST - Paw Patrol - 7” EP dog bone white (Enjoy the Ride)
OST - Peur Sur la Ville (Ennio Morricone 1975) - 2LP (WeWantSounds/Modulor)
OST - Phenomenon - 2LP (Warner)
Piero Piccioni, Armando Trovaioli, Carlo Rustichelli, Nino Rota - Jazz On Film… - 2LP (Moochin’ About)
OST - Serpico (Mikis Theodorakis 1973) (WeWantSounds/Modulor)
OST - Shaft in Africa (Johnny Pate) - 2x7” (Dynamite Cuts)
OST - Synecdoche New York (Jon Brion) - LP (Fire Soundtracks)
OST - Terrahawks - LP (Gerry Anderson)
OST - The Truth and the Light: Music from The X Files - 12” glow-in-the-dark green (Warner)
OST - The Turning: Kate’s Diary (Music On Vinyl)
OST - The Virgin Suicides - LP (Rhino/Ryko)
The Pale Fountains - Longshot for Your Love - LP (Marina)
Pale Saints - Mrs. Dolphin - LP (4AD)
Parabellum - Post Mortem Live - 2LP red and black splatter vinyl (LMLR)
Paradise Lost - Live at Rockpalast - 2LP (Music On Vinyl)
Paranoid London - Paranoid London - LP (Paranoid London)
Bobby Parker - Soul of the Blues - LP (Rhythm and Blues)
Robert Parker - I Caught You in a Lie - 7” (Nola)
The Pastels - Advice to the Graduate/Ship to Shore - 7” (Domino)
Pennywise - The Fuse - LP orange and black (Epitaph)
Carl Perkins - Live In Paris - LP blue (LMLR)
Lee Perry and Black Ark Players - Guidance - 12” (VP Records)
Lee “Scratch” Perry and the Upsetters - Super Ape Variant - LP color vinyl (Get On Down)
Lee “Scratch” Perry & Daniel Boyle ft. Max Romeo - Horror Zone - 12” (Upsetter)
Pigbag - Dr. Heckle and Mr. Jive - 2LP (Call of the Void)
The Pineapple Thief - Uncovering the Tracks - LP (Kscope)
Pink Floyd - Arnold Layne (Live at Syd Barrett Tribute, 2007) - 7”/etching (Parlophone/Legacy)
Pinkfong - Baby Shark - 7” EP (SmartStudyCo)
Pluto - Journey’s End - LP (Morgan Blue Town)
The Pogues - At the BBC 1984 - LP (Rhino)
Marvin Pontiac (John Lurie) - The Asylum Tapes - LP (Northern Spy)
Iggy Pop - Kiss My Blood - 3LP/DVD/poster - (LMLR)
Iggy Pop and the Stooges - Russian Melodia - 7” (replica of French bootleg) (Revenge Records)
Natalie Prass - Natalie Prass - LP + 7” (Spacebomb)
Predatur - Seen You Here - 7” (On the Dale Records)
Elvis Presley - The Rock & Roll Collection - 5xEP (LMLR) [unofficial]
Elvis Presley - Elvis Prohibited - 2LP (LMLR) [unofficial]
Pretenders - Live! At the Paradise Theater, Boston 1980 - LP (Warner)
Primal Scream - Loaded: 30th Anniversary Editin - 12” (CMG/Legacy)
Prince Fatty - The Model ft. Shniece Mcmenanin & Horseman - 7” (Evergreen Recordings)
Ian Prowse - The People Not The Crown - 10” (Kitchen Disco Records)
Prince - Sign O' The Times - 2LP (Warner)
Tito Puente - Dance Mania Volumes 1 and 2 - 2LP (Poppydisc)
Asha Puthli - Asha Puthli - LP (Mr. Bongo)
Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul - Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul (Mr. Bongo)
Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails - LP yellow (LMLCulture Factory)
The RAH Band - Producers Choice - 2LP (Atjazz)
Raised Fist - Sound of the Republic - LP (Burning Heart Records)
Ramones - It’s Alive II - 2LP (Rhino)
Rare Pleasure - Let Me Down Easy - 7” (South Street Disco)
Raw Material - Raw Material - 2LP (Sunbeam)
Roy Redmond - Ain’t That Terrible/A Change is Gonna Come - 7” (Harlem Shake)
Lou Reed/John Cale - Songs for Drella: 30th Anniversary Edition - 2LP/etching (Rhino/Warner)
Winston Reedy and the Inn House Crew - Black Pearl - LP (Room in the Sky)
The Replacements - The Complete Incarcerated Live - 3LP (Rhino)
The Residents - Icky Flix - 2LP orange and yellow (New Ralph)
Gruff Rhys - (Don’t) Welcome The Plague As a Blessing - LP (Rough Trade Records)
Keith Richards - Hate It When You Leave/Key to the Highway - 7” (BMG/Mindless)
Minnie Riperton - Les FleuOh By the Way - 7” (Selector Series)
Robyn - Robyn - 2LP (UMC/Island)
Pete Rock - Petestrumentals 3 - 2LP color vinyl (Tru Soul Records)
The Rolling Stones - Metamorphosis - LP (UMC/ABKCO)
Tal Ross - Giant Shirley - 2LP (Tidal Waves Music)
Keith Rowe & Mark Wastell - Live at I-and-E (cover art by David Sylvian) - LP white (Confront Recordings)
Roxy Music - Roxy Music: Steven Wilson Stereo Mix - 2LP (UMC/Virgin EMI)
Freya Roy - Ahlke - LP (Vinyl Hunter Records)
Gene Russell - New Direction (transparent clear with heavy black swirl vinyl) (with insert) (Real Gone Music)
Sasha - Scene Delete: The Remixes - 2LP (Night Time Stories)
Sea Girls - Call Me Out - 12” (Polydor)
Shakespeares Sister - #3 - 2LP (Do Yourself In)
Shakespeares Sister - You’re History - 12” (London Records)
Anoushka Shankar - Love Letters
Ravi Shankar with George Harrison - Chants of India - 2LP red (BMG)
Sandie Shaw - Reviewing the Situation - 2LP (UMC/Virgin EMI)
Don Shinn - Departures - LP (Sunbeam)
Don Shinn - Temples with Prophets - LP (Sunbeam)
Situation ft. Andre Espeut - Beyond Compare Laroye Remixes - 7” (Situationism)
Edith Sitwell/William Walton - Facade - 10” (Moochin’ About)
Skatt Bros. - Walk the Night - 12” (Spaziale)
Skid Row - Slave to the Grind - 2LP red (Rhino)
Skye - Keeping Secrets - LP white (Skye)
Skyzoo & Pete Rock - Retropolitan Instrumentals - LP orange splatter (Mello Music Group)
Slint - Breadcrumb Trail/Good Morning Captain - 12” (Touch & Go)
Slowdive - Slowdive - 12” (Music On Vinyl)
Sam Smith - I Feel Love - 12” (Capitol)
Chris Smither - More from the Levee - LP (Signature Sounds)
Snapped Ankles - 21 Metres to Hebden Bridge - LP (The Leaf Label)
So Solid Crew - 21 Seconds EP - 12” EP (UMe/Craft Recordings)
The Soft Boys - I Wanna Destroy You/Near the Soft Boys - 2x7” (Yep Rock Records)
Soft Cell - Mutant Moments EP - 10” (Big Frock)
SOHN - SOHN Live with the Metropole Orkest - 2LP (4AD)
Soul Asylum - Hurry Up and Wait (exclusive 2LP+7") (Blue Elan)
Spacehog - Resident Alien (2LP) (cream with pink splatter "British passport" vinyl) (Real Gone Music)
Spacemen 3 - Threebie 3 - LP (Space Age Recordings)
Richard Spaven - Spaven’s 5ive - LP (Jazz Refreshed)
Britney Spears - Oops! I Did It Again Expanded - LP (Legacy/CMG)
The Specials - Dubs - 10” (Two Tone)
Spectrum - Forever Alien - 2LP (Space Age Recordings)
Devon Sproule - The Pink Noise - 12” (Tin Angel Records)
Stalawa ft. Junior Demus - Trad On - 7” (Foreign Mind)
Marker Starling/Ha Ha Collective - Slick Rock - 7” (Tin Angel Records)
Status Quo - Ma Kelly's Greasy Spoon - LP yellow and white “fried egg” (WarneSanctuary)
Cat Stevens - But I Might Die Tonight/alternate version - 7” blue (UMe/Island)
Storm Gordon - Diamond in the Heart - 12” EP (Wanderlust Productions)
Jackie Stoudemire/Al Stewart - Dancing - 12” (TAP Records)
Suede - See You in the Next Life - LP (Demon)
Sugarhill Gang - Sugarhill Gang - LP (Music On Vinyl)
Sumy - Funkin’ in Your Mind Parts 1 and 2 - 12” (Music On Vinyl)
Sun Ra - Egypt ‘71 - 5LP (Strut)
Supergrass - Caught By the Fuzz - 10” EP (Echo)
Surfer Blood - Astro Coast: 10 Years Anniversary - 2LP (Kanine Records)
Neil Swainson Quintet - 49th Parallel - LP (Reel to Real)
The Sweet Inspirations - The Sweet Inspirations - LP gold (Reel Music)
Gabor Szabo - Dreams w/ bonus tracks (gatefold) (Ebalunga!!! Records) (4/17 release date)
T La Rock & Jazzy J - It’s Yours - 7” (Partytime)
Jacqueline Taieb - Lolita Chick ‘68 - LP (Mad French)
Tailenders - #tailendersoftheworlduniteandtakeover - 7” (Bit Spicy That)
Tangerine Dream - Phaedra: 2019 Edition w/ bonus tracks - 2LP (UMC/Virgin EMI)
Tangerine Dream - Tyger (clear blue vinyl) (LMLR)
Willie Tee - Teasing You Again/Your Love, My Love Together - 7” (Gatur)
Tegan and Sara - Tonight We’re in the Dark Seeing Colors - LP violet and black splatter (Warner)
The Telescopes - Altered Perception - 2LP (Space Age Recordings)
Television Personalities - Some Kind of Happiness: Singles 1995-1999 - 2LP (Fire Records)
Tennis System - Fear of Knowing - LP (Graveface)
The Teskey Brothers - Live at the Forum - LP (Classics & Jazz UK)
That Will Be Lunch - Play That Funky Music White Boy
The The - I WANT 2 B U - 7” (Cineola)
Thin Lizzy - Chinatown - 2LP (Mercury/UMC)
Throwing Muses - Purgatory/Paradise - 2LP (Fire Records)
Johnny Thunders and Wayne Kramer - Gang War (2LP) (Jungle/Skydog)
Timeless Legend - Synchronized - LP (Expansion Records)
TLC - Waterfalls/Creep - 12” (CMG/Legacy)
Tom Tom Club - Genius of Live - LP (Nacional Records)
Peter Tosh - Buk-In-Hamm Palace - 12” (Spaziale Recordings)
Toto - Live in Tokyo 1982 - LP (CMG/Legacy)
Touchdown - Ease Your Mind/Aquadance - 12” (Record Shack)
Tyler The Creator - Cherry Bomb - 2LP red (Legacy)
Tyler The Creator - Cherry Bomb Instrumentals - 2LP pink (Legacy)
Tyrannosaurus Rex - Unicorn - LP color (UMC/Polydor)
U2 - 11 O’Clock Tick Tock - 12” (UMC)
UFO - Live in Youngstown '78 - 2LP (Chrysalis)
Ultravox - Sleepwalk: 2020 Stereo Mix - 12” (Chrysalis)
Underground Solution - Luv Dancin: 30th Anniversary - 12” (Strictly Rhythm)
Unrighteous Brothers - Unchained Melody/You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling
Marcus Upbeat/Laurel Aitken - Blue Beat is Back in Town/Boogie Rock - 7” (Blue Beat)
The Valentines - 1967-1970 - LP (Demon)
V/A - BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Four Albums 1968-1978 - 6CD (Silva Screen)
V/A - The Beat Scene - 2LP (Universal)
V/A - Behind the Dykes: Beat, Blues and Psychedelic Nuggets from the Lowlands - 2LP (Music On Vinyl)
V/A - The Blues Scene - 2LP (Universal)
V/A - Brazil 45s Box Set - 5x7” (Mr. Bongo)
V/A - Brazil Funk Power: Brazilian Funk and Samba Soul - 10x7” box (Soul Jazz Records)
V/A - Champion Classics - 12” box (Champion Records)
V/A - Cleveland Confidential - LP (Superior Viaduct)
V/A - Dance Craze - LP (Two Tone)
V/A - Detroit A-Go-Go - 10” (Detroit A-Go-Go)
V/A - Detroit Punk Archive Presents The End of the Night: 1976-1983 - 2LP (Hold Fast)
V/A - Doo Wop (Le Chante Du Monde)
V/A - Flow - LP (Mercury KX)
V/A - The Girls Scene - 2LP (Universal)
V/A - Hi Tide Groove - LP (Fat Possum)
V/A - Hillbillies in Hell Volume X - LP (Iron Mountain Analogue Research)
V/A - Jet Star Meets Hospital - LP (Hospital Records)
V/A - Kiss Kiss Bang Bang - 2x7” (Where Its At Is Where You Are)
V/A - The Ladies if Too a Slow to Disco Vol. 2 - 2LP (How Do You Are?)
V/A - The Land Of Sensations & Delights: The Pop-Psych Sounds of White Whale Records, 1965-1970 - 2LP or CD (Varese Sarabande/Craft Recordings)
V/A - Late Night Tales - new compilation
V/A - A Mickey Dread Production - 10” red, green and gold (Music On Vinyl)
V/A - The Mood Scene Vol. 2 - 2LP (Universal)
V/A - Music for Dreams: Summer Sessions 2020 - LP (Music for Dreams)
V/A - Nativity in Black: A Tribute to Black Sabbath (2LP) (gatefold) (transparent clear with heavy black swirl vinyl) (Real Gone Music)
V/A - Pin-Up Girls - LP (Vinyl Passion)
V/A - Psyché France, Vol. 6 - LP (Warner Music France Back Catalogue)
V/A - Pyramid Pieces 1 - LP (The Roundtable)
V/A - The Rock and Roll Scene - 2LP (Universal)
V/A - The Ska from Jamaica - LP (Trojan)
V/A - Studio One 007: License to Ska - James Bond and Other Film & TV Soundtracks (Soul Jazz Records)
V/A - Studio One - Studio First: From the Vaults, Vol. 2 - LP or CD (Studio One)
V/A - Studio One Rockers (green vinyl) (Soul Jazz Records)
V/A - Sun Records 2020 Compilation (placeholder name)
V/A - Sweet Relief: A Benefit for Victoria Williams - LP (Legacy/CMG)
V/A - Troubled Troubadours - LP color vinyl (Iron Mountain Analogue Research)
V/A - Wick Records Battle of the Bands Vol. 1 - LP (Wick Records)
V/A - You Flexi Thing, Vol. 6 - 7” (REPEA*T)
V/A - You Gotta Have Soul: Raw Sonoran R&B and Funk (1957-1971) - LP (Zia Records)
The Vaselines/Pooh Sticks - Split 7”: Dying for It - 7” (Glass Modern)
Steve Maxwell Von Braund - The Return to Monster Planet - LP (The Roundtable)
The Wake - Here Comes Everybody - LP + 7” (Factory Benelux)
Warmduscher - European Cowboy - 12” (The Leaf Label)
Warsaw Pakt - Needle Time - LP + 7” (Munster)
Roger Waters and guests - The Wall: Live in Berlin - 2LP cleat (UMC/Virgin EMI)
Geraint Watkins - Geraint Watkins & The Domniators - 2LP (Jungle)
Ben Watt w/ Robert Wyatt - Summer Into Winter - 12” EP (Cherry Red)
Mike Watt + The Secondmen - In Quintessence/instrumental (Yep Roc Records)
Norman Watt-Roy - Faith & Grace - LP red (Cadiz Music)
We Are Scientists - With Love and Squalor: Live in Woodstock 1969 - LP tri-color (100%)
The Wedding Present - Shaun Keaveny Session - 7” color vinyl (Hatch)
Whiskey Myers - Early Morning Shakes - 2LP (Snakefarm Records)
Whiskey Myers - Firewater - 2LP (Snakefarm Records)
Tony Joe White - The Beginning - LP white (New West Records)
The Who - Odds and Sods: Expanded - 2LP (UMC/Polydor)
The Who - A Quick Live One: Captured Live at the Monterey International Pop Festival - LP red, white, blue striped (The Monterey International Pop Foundation)
Widespread Panic - Sunday Show (Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY 3/24/19) (configuration TBA)
Ginger Wildheart - Excess GASS - LP (Round Records)
Hank Williams and His Drifting Cowboys w/ Miss Audrey - 1951 March of Dimes - LP red (BMG)
Jack Wilson Quartet ft. Roy Ayers - Call Me: Jazz From the Penthouse - 2LP (Century 67)
Steven Wilson - two reissues TBA
Wire - 10:20:00 - LP (Pink Flag)
Wishbone Ash - Live Dates II - LP yellow/clear blue (LMLCulture Factory)
Jah Wobble - A Very British Coup - 12” (Youth Sounds)
The Wolfgang Press - Unremembered, Remembered: Expanded - LP (4AD)
Wonk Unit - Sniffer Time/Bloodlust - 7” purple (PlastereCadiz Music)
Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards - The First Barbarians: Live From Kilburn - 3LP (Wooden Records)
Wu-Tang - An American Saga (Ltd)
Xterminator - Earth Feel It - 7x7” (Xterminator)
Yardbirds - Roger The Engineer: Expanded w/ 1966 recordings - 2LP color vinyl (Demon)
Neil Young - Homegrown - LP (Reprise)
Youth & Nik Turner - Interstellar Energy - LP blue (Youth Sounds/Cadiz Music)
Youth & The Slaves of Venus - Wooden Floor - 7” (Youth Sounds/Cadiz Music)
Frank Zappa - You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore - 2LP (UMe)
Malena Zavala - La yarara - LP (Yucatan)
The Zoo - Presents Chocolate Moose - LP (Reel Music)
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2019.12.21 15:40 weeladybug 5k PB Attempt

Race Information

Goals

Goal Description Completed?
A New PB (sub 21:05) Yes
B Sub 21 Yes

Splits

Mile Time
1 6:36
2 6:59
3 6:46
4 0:38 (last 0.1 mile)

Training

As a preface: I’m a 31 year old woman and I’ve been trying to do a sub 21 5k for three solid years. PB up till now have been: 21:05 5k, 43:45 10k, 1:12 10 mile, 1:40 HM, 3:46 Full. My HM and full marathon times are definitely lagging behind my others, before anyone points that out! Three years ago almost exactly I did a 21:10 at another parkrun event and it was a big PB for me then. A massive PB. In fact, it was such a good run that I felt it was a fluke and would be hard to repeat. Ever since, I’ve been chipping away at my training and had about 5 or 6 serious attempts to break 21. The closest I got was May 2018 when I ran a 21:05 PB in a 5k road race which I was delighted with but still had hopes of breaking 21.
So, for the past few months, I’ve been doing not too high but consistent mileage (usually 40-45 mpw) and had this goal in mind once more. I’ve been doing five runs a week. Mostly very slow and easy, but with one long run in there which had more steady pace sections, and one speed session. I’ve been trying to do speed sessions where the intervals have been faster than 5k pace to get used to feeling the gut busting exertion that only a 5k can give.
This all seemed to be working well, and about a month back, I ran a 10 mile PB of 1:12:54 in the very popular Brampton to Carlisle road race in the north of England. This was a PB of almost two minutes in a race I wasn’t really targeting. So after that, I thought my dreams of sub 21 were surely within reach.

Pre-race

I was late leaving the house so slightly flustered. But got to the park and had time for a 1.3 mile warm up. I was wearing a Christmas jumper as it was a festive themed event. So looking very serious...

Race

parkruns are free weekly 5k events in the UK and some other parts of the world. They’re amazing. A chance to race a 5k or use it as a tempo run or whatever, every week, and get an official time.
Springburn parkrun is in Springburn, one of the highest points in Glasgow meaning you get amazing views over the city. It’s a beautiful park. The route is a 2.5 lap route all in tarmac paths. It is quite undulating with two notable slow but steady climbs on each lap. One you do twice, the other, three times. Having said that, I’ve always found this course surprisingly fast as it has no sharp twists or turns, nice wide paths, and you can make up some good time on some of the long steady downhills.
I don’t look at my watch whilst racing and today was no different. Just run by feel. I try to make the first mile quite relaxed and not feel like I’m working too hard. The run has a downhill start so it does tend to be quite a fast mile even if it doesn’t feel it. I could see there were quite a few ladies ahead of me in this first mile but tried not to worry about that and told myself I’d pass them later. The middle mile felt really tough today and I see afterwards it was quite slow. I was always thinking that today it was do or die so was really feeling it by the end of mile two. I passed a couple of ladies but just before the end of mile two, a lady passed me and was going really strongly. I determined that I wouldn’t let her out of sight. The last mile I was audibly grunting (sorry fellow runners) with sheer effort. I am quite sure I was not a pretty sight. I kept the lady I was tracking within about 30 feet but couldn’t catch her. But she was a good target for me. The last 400m includes the hill I mentioned before, for the third time, but this last time I powered up it despite the pain. When I saw the finish line, I sprinted giving all I had left and nearly caught my target-lady, finishing just four seconds after her. I crossed the line, stopped my watch, bent double and uttered ‘ohhhhhh God’.

Post-race

The moment of truth... what does the watch say? 3.1 miles.... 20:59.8!!! Haha. I crossed my fingers that the official time would be sub 21. I always try to start my watch a tad early and not hit it again till I’m well clear of the finish line, just to avoid disappointment. So I was hopeful. It may have taken 1 year and 7 months to shave a measly 6 seconds off my PB, but I couldn’t be more pleased. Got my official result texted to me later in the day: 20:59 it is!!!
My next goal is that sub 1:40 HM as I know I’m capable of it but have just never done it justice. My 10 mile time makes me think I could hit 1:38/1:39 at least. Any and all tips welcome!
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2019.12.13 20:07 PolaDroidSX70 [META] The /r/toycameras 2019 "Best of the Year" Awards!

Welcome to the fifth annual "Best of the Year" awards! The reddit inc admins have kindly agreed to give away reddit gold credits to all subreddits with more than 1000 subscribers.
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Rules
The following list of top posts in this sub may help you if you are looking for a specific high scoring post, but you do not need to limit yourself to only a post listed here. Any post made during the year that fits into the categories is eligible.
January
No Score Date Author Title
1 57 2019-01-17 22:55:10 artdeco_94 Taken on my GameBoy PocketCamera
2 54 2019-01-18 10:07:51 FarleyMcD Abandoned homestead - Ilford 100 in a 1933 folding camera
3 54 2019-01-12 01:26:50 blurmageddon Interstate 40 - California [Lomography La Sardina, Lomography 100]
4 54 2019-01-20 03:22:27 KingOfTheP4s Overgrown / Kodak Brownie Hawkeye / Kodak Ektar 100
5 42 2019-01-04 12:42:38 rabidine Tulips / Lomo'instant Square
6 34 2019-01-05 00:40:24 xochitl_elvira (Holga K200 / Kodak Gold 200 / Mexico) ig @soyalquimia
7 31 2019-01-02 20:30:19 gigglesaurusrexaphil alleyway.14arr.paris.2010(dianamini)
8 28 2019-01-17 01:46:01 -ZapRowsdower- Modded my Yunon YN500 (Time Magazine camera clone) for bulb/long exposure
9 28 2019-01-21 03:16:29 straytech Want to trade my toy cams: Looking for lofi digital cameras.
10 28 2019-01-31 14:36:44 JesusRocks86 One Casual Cat [Diana F+ / 75MM / 120 Kodak Porta 400]
February
No Score Date Author Title
1 77 2019-02-26 16:08:03 non_stop_kek Stripes and lines [ lomo lca / ortho 50 ]
2 65 2019-02-09 23:51:24 onthewindyside Double exposure from my first roll of film - CCW! [Diana F+, 120 Portra 400]
3 59 2019-02-17 17:39:53 enscrib Abandoned. Holga 135, Fuji superia 400.
4 57 2019-02-18 18:53:26 kellyography The Nova Darlings in Oakland, shot with a Holga 120S, Colorsplash Flash, and expired Superia 100. Removed the mask inside for the aspect ratio.
5 56 2019-02-07 04:18:15 Jaritrez Zorki 1 Soviet camera Selfie
6 49 2019-02-09 00:27:35 muppetville Lovely find in Oxfam Charity Shop this morning - Diana Clone... The Harrow!
7 46 2019-02-05 22:05:41 stevedallas63 My Cat. Shot with a plastic camera that looks like Jeff Gordon's 24 (NASCAR) car. Ilford HP5
8 39 2019-02-24 23:10:47 VJSepp LA - Lomo ActionSampler
9 36 2019-02-16 18:22:01 enscrib Something happened here. Holga 135, fuji superia 400.
10 36 2019-02-01 13:27:07 VJSepp Seoul Market 2001 - Lomo ActionSampler
March
No Score Date Author Title
1 90 2019-03-05 20:59:03 ember08 Diana F+ 100 ISO (felt lucky with this shot!)
2 84 2019-03-08 15:18:22 Jerge_exe Wayne Manor / Splitcam / Fuji C200
3 68 2019-03-11 06:17:42 JesusRocks86 East LA [Diana F+ / 75MM / 120 Porta 400]
4 61 2019-03-03 01:51:22 Skimper Las Vegas - December 2018. Froot Loops plastic camera and Kodak Gold 200
5 61 2019-03-14 17:00:51 -ZapRowsdower- Unsettled [Olympus XA - Lomo Redscale - 100 ISO]
6 60 2019-03-17 07:21:40 chocojelly Baseball Practice
7 60 2019-03-25 14:41:20 lawsonpix I helped him get in his wheelchair, then he asked he to take his picture. I didn't have any film left but I pushed the shutter button anyway.
8 59 2019-03-10 15:28:01 Jaritrez Zorki 1 Soviet Camera
9 58 2019-03-13 02:58:26 __alts Golden Gate National Cemetery (Holga 120GCFN + Fuji Superia 400)
10 53 2019-03-30 19:12:51 jollyy_photos Heavens Gate(Gameboy Camera, Bitboy to extract). Actually 3 shots in panorama mode.
April
No Score Date Author Title
1 96 2019-04-22 19:11:14 ember08 Had a bit of trouble with the film which introduced lots of light leaks but I still love this
2 68 2019-04-11 22:21:32 blurmageddon Poppy Season [Holga 120N, 60mm f/8, Kodak Portra 400]
3 63 2019-04-16 02:46:38 moerkrum Notre-Dame de Paris :( / Holga & Kodak T-Max 400
4 63 2019-04-14 23:03:25 -ZapRowsdower- Moonlight [Holga 135, expired Holga 640 film]
5 62 2019-04-28 20:41:54 cantthinkofausernam Playing with a projector lens (Kodak Ektanon 5" f/3.5) on a Speed Graphic
6 60 2019-04-02 00:58:49 moerkrum In Paris with the Holga 120
7 55 2019-04-24 14:48:58 conalter Riverside Museum, Glasgow 2018 with Holga 120
8 52 2019-04-24 03:17:04 moerkrum Holga 120 & Lomography Turquoise in Florida
9 50 2019-04-26 17:44:13 avoocaadoo_toast Another one from 2015 / Fujifilm 100
10 49 2019-04-09 17:09:44 isaacc7 Amanda Coppola Ithaca NY 1994. Holga camera Kodak VPS
May
No Score Date Author Title
1 79 2019-05-17 05:57:42 FlockOfDeers Blue Ridge Parkway. Bedford County, Virginia. Holga 120GCFN
2 53 2019-05-04 06:35:55 misguidedfun Diana-F / Lomography 100
3 52 2019-05-09 08:26:44 grizly_chops Derelict wharf. Holga120 + expired Kodak e100
4 50 2019-05-02 10:38:30 sayre1919 Slightly out of focus but still a cutie. [Holga 120n, Fuji Pro 400]
5 49 2019-05-27 10:03:38 cambajamba Kayaks / Puget Sound, WA [Argus 40 / Kodak Portra 160]
6 44 2019-05-30 13:44:42 pomcuter The only shot I got of the 2017 US total Solar Eclipse /Diana F+, Ektar 100/
7 43 2019-05-02 00:00:12 misguidedfun Diana-F / Lomography 100
8 43 2019-05-09 23:13:05 osdyetmm Cut some Delta 100 to fit in an old SX-70 cartridge
9 42 2019-05-24 15:35:36 avoocaadoo_toast Little India, Singapore - Fisheye 2 / Kodak ISO 400
10 41 2019-05-06 07:18:21 misguidedfun Diana-F / Lomography 100
June
No Score Date Author Title
1 88 2019-06-25 02:04:38 koknia Holga, Portra 400VC - Kandy, Sri Lanka
2 74 2019-06-11 06:14:20 commodorecrush Snoqualmie, WA [Holga 120N, Kodak BW]
3 69 2019-06-13 07:23:38 misguidedfun Chicago [Diana-F / Kodak Ektar 100]
4 67 2019-06-23 00:28:12 macguan Corridor [sprocket rocket / Lomo 800]
5 65 2019-06-03 07:54:36 misguidedfun Diana-F / Kodak Ektar 100
6 64 2019-06-05 07:17:45 misguidedfun Diana-F / Kodak Ektar 100
7 54 2019-06-01 03:37:33 redundantwarning Flowers in the Rain (double exposure w/ a disposable Fuji QuickSnap flash 400)
8 53 2019-06-24 21:15:18 macguan Seoul [sprocket rocket / Lomo 800]
9 48 2019-06-30 04:57:27 -ZapRowsdower- Orange Lilies [Kodak Instamatic X-15, Fuji Superia 400]
10 46 2019-06-09 03:15:08 misguidedfun Diana-F / Kodak Ektar 100
July
No Score Date Author Title
1 80 2019-07-10 22:15:26 koknia Trout Pond, Newfoundland - Holga, Portra 400
2 75 2019-07-06 00:54:38 tiger_loaf [Zenit E / Lomochrome Purp. 35mm / Amsterdam] - The back of my cam opened a wee bit so a few photos got light-leaked on, but I think it makes this shot look more interesting
3 70 2019-07-07 03:38:42 -ZapRowsdower- $1 flea market fun
4 61 2019-07-29 13:21:22 redundantwarning A three month exposure tracking the suns paths through the sky (end of April-July). Shot through a pinhole camera I made out of a can.
5 60 2019-07-11 18:27:00 superstarved Door to nowhere. Shot on my Diana.
6 59 2019-07-23 03:39:11 -ZapRowsdower- Lily Lookout [Yashica 44 - Kodak ColorPlus 200]
7 52 2019-07-02 11:51:12 commodorecrush Snoqualmie Falls, Washington [Holga 120N, Kodak BW]
8 43 2019-07-13 18:06:04 koknia Newfoundland, Holga, Portra 400
9 41 2019-07-03 06:50:39 pancakesarentreal Shadows of the evening tide [Diana Mini, AGFA Vista 200]
10 40 2019-07-31 03:34:38 cambajamba Honeymoon Camp [Argus C-44r / 50mm Cintagon / Kodak Colorplus 200]
August
No Score Date Author Title
1 123 2019-08-04 15:02:37 Hlusivxx Taken with a super cheap lomo camera
2 64 2019-08-12 15:33:40 Hlusivxx My Fiance with a wooden toy camera taken by a toy camera.
3 52 2019-08-07 02:36:00 sonicenvy my toy camera collection!
4 42 2019-08-22 18:05:04 zzpza Holga 120GN Venice 2011 [Shanghai GP3, R09 Rodinal]
5 39 2019-08-09 23:54:34 shemp33 Chicago OHare Terminal 3 Hall of Flags - on D-Day they were all USA flags (normally they are all world flags) / Holga 120 GCFN / Kodak Tri-X 400
6 35 2019-08-27 18:41:16 fritzltouw Holga 120N Fuji Pro400H
7 33 2019-08-30 05:56:31 brokenphotoframe Holga 120. Double exposure and light leaks.
8 30 2019-08-14 05:38:31 -ZapRowsdower- Ocean View [Pentax Auto 110, Fukkatsu BW 100]
9 29 2019-08-13 14:37:38 Gom87 Loading up some expired XP2 for some shooting tomorrow morning. Cant wait to see what comes of it!
10 28 2019-08-09 05:08:39 Supradoze Diana F+ B&W Film Shot
September
No Score Date Author Title
1 69 2019-09-11 16:52:47 Falkenbur [First of the roll Holga Gold, Rollei Crossbirbd
2 65 2019-09-17 23:10:47 Supradoze Diana F+ Shot on Portra 400
3 55 2019-09-01 04:56:57 rsin313 Holga at the beach. Shot on Ektar.
4 52 2019-09-08 05:23:31 brokenphotoframe Chair Lift on a Holga 120
5 52 2019-09-13 08:58:56 superstarved Shot on a Diana Baby 110 on Lomography ISO 200 Color Tiger Film.
6 51 2019-09-29 02:19:06 coolgreatthanks First roll from Holga WPC
7 50 2019-09-05 23:10:46 BeefBoops Local Coffee Shop - Diana Mini
8 46 2019-09-07 20:52:17 Banana-Ghost 26 year old expired film in a Holga CFN
9 43 2019-09-06 22:19:59 ember08 Somewhere in Scotland (Diana F+ ISO 800)
10 43 2019-09-26 22:04:54 dax_movbysh Summer 2017 / Lomo Smena 8M / KODAK COLOR PLUS 200 (35MM)
October
No Score Date Author Title
1 93 2019-10-25 11:52:50 FordClitaurus Pepsi Cam 35mm Film Camera
2 67 2019-10-22 09:51:11 FordClitaurus Fisher Price Creative Effects Instant Camera, prints instantly on thermal paper
3 54 2019-10-07 05:40:11 ember08 Roman Colosseum (Diana F+ ISO 100) absolutely love this shot
4 53 2019-10-17 10:20:27 Falkenbur I love how Holga can enhance a simple path [Kodak 100 VS]
5 50 2019-10-23 18:11:55 zzpza London Underground [Holga 120GN]
6 47 2019-10-23 00:11:25 ember08 Trevi Fountain (Diana F+ ISO 100)
7 46 2019-10-20 04:14:05 ISUOnFilm Cows (Holga Micro 110, Expired Kodak Gold 100)
8 44 2019-10-24 13:35:13 VJSepp Sunrise - Expired Disposable Camera
9 43 2019-10-18 08:10:57 ISUOnFilm Wind (Holga Micro 110, Expired Kodak Gold 100)
10 43 2019-10-13 23:34:00 Falkenbur [Portrait of me, self developped, Holga, Kodak TriX400)
November
No Score Date Author Title
1 86 2019-11-22 11:17:01 me_on_the_web 100+ year old camera with new film. [Kodak-Autographic-Jr-No1 / Kodak GC 400]
2 71 2019-11-07 06:00:43 VJSepp Party's Over - Expired Disposable Camera
3 55 2019-11-24 01:53:58 mamamiyaaa Santa Fe (Holga 120N, Portra 160)
4 55 2019-11-28 07:17:47 zzpza Chamonix [Holga 120GN, GP3]
5 45 2019-11-08 15:54:50 zzpza Hot Air Balloons [Holga 120GN/GP3]
6 44 2019-11-02 02:24:11 ISUOnFilm Pumping (Holga Micro 110, Expired Kodak Gold 100)
7 43 2019-11-18 01:31:45 mamamiyaaa Finding the line (Holga 120n, Portra 160)
8 42 2019-11-05 06:48:27 Falkenbur My Little Red Riding Hood (Holga, Kodak E100 VS)
9 41 2019-11-26 21:14:54 warmboot Alley / Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim / Fuji Superia 800
10 36 2019-11-10 02:34:58 crs10 A Brotherly Grin (Holga SF/Portra 160)
December
No Score Date Author Title
1 131 2019-12-02 01:45:17 FordClitaurus This 35mm juice camera, the straw acts as the shutter.
2 122 2019-12-04 03:24:13 redundantwarning Shot a 6 month exposure out of a homemade pinhole camera
3 38 2019-12-03 04:34:44 cambajamba US2 - Double Exposure [Nikon F3 / Nikkor 45mm f/2.8p / Kodak Colorplus 200]
4 33 2019-12-07 00:08:23 ldswill Tabby [Holga 135BC - 10yr old Kodak film]
5 20 2019-12-01 03:50:15 SqyWalk3r Lisbon, Portugal [Olympus Trip 35 / Kodak ISO 200 film]
6 19 2019-12-07 19:18:34 dogakaya Sleepy Buddy [ Agfa Isoly 100 / Ilford HP5 400 ]
7 17 2019-12-09 21:05:23 cetuclac Mother Mary, Camino de Santiago (Pouva Start, Fuji Pro 400H)
8 5 2019-12-03 22:11:44 sarkastikcontender Shooting with a Lomography Fisheye One in Detroit
9 3 2019-12-01 20:07:09 SqyWalk3r Sao Miguel island, Azores [beLOMO Vilia / Fuji ISO 200 film]
10 3 2019-12-06 08:36:07 cashtuesday Smoke break [Lomography Action Sampler]
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2019.12.12 05:30 Fempuno goat

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2019.12.03 15:52 kawaiisovietball Know Your Shipfu - 013

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HMS Glasgow (C21) - The Scottish (Careless) Maid
I. Overview
HMS Glasgow (C21) was a Southampton-subclass, Town-class light cruiser of the Tea Royal Navy and the 7th ship to hear the name. As opposed to some of her fellow mates, Glasgow was a more careless maid as she accidentally sank 2 friendly ships (think twice if anyone is looking to appoint her to be the chief maid). However, she did take part in many actions in the Atlantic as well as in the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean. Together with many of her sisters, Glasgow was put into reserve after the war before being scrapped in the late 50s.
II. Specifications
1. Name Glasgow
2. Namesake City of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
3. Class Town
4. Subclass Southampton
5. Motto "Memor es tuorum" - "Be mindful of your ancestors"
6. Type Light cruiser (CL)
7. Laid down April 17, 1935 at Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Greenock, UK
8. Launched June 20, 1936
9. Commissioned September 9, 1937
10. Struck March 1958
11. Fate Scrapped July 8, 1958
12. Displacement 9,100 tons
13. Propulsion 4x Admiralty 3-drum boilers. Four-shaft Parsons geared turbines
14. Power generated 75,000 shp
15. Maximum speed 32 knots (59 kph)
16. Max. operating range Complement: 748
17. Size 1. Length: 558 ft (170 m)
2. Beam: 61 ft 8 in (18.80 m)
3. Draft: 21 ft 6 in (6.55 m)
18. Radar Type 286M -> Type 271 (1942) -> Type 283 radar (1944)
19. Main armament 4x3 BL 6-inch (152 mm) Mk XXIII guns -> 3x3 BL 6-inch (152 mm) Mk XXIII guns
20. Anti-aircraft armament 1. Large-caliber: 4x2 QF 4-inch (102 mm) Mk XVI guns
2. Medium-caliber: 2x2 QF 2-pounder (40 mm) pom-pom anti-aircraft guns -> 4x4 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns (1944)
3. Small-caliber: 2x4 0.5-inch (12.7 mm) AA machine guns
21. Torpedo 2x3 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes (removed 1944)
22. Aircraft carried 2x Supermarine Walrus aircrafts (later removed)
III. Operational history
Glasgow, maybe prewar
Glasgow was ordered on December 17, 1934 at the Scotts Shipbuilding Company in Greenock as part of the Royal Navy's expansion program. She was the 7th ship to bear the name, with the first being a Scottish 6th-rate ship and the 6th one being a 1910 Town-class cruiser. She was laid down on April 16, 1935 and launched on June 20, 1936 by Mrs. Lucy Baldwin, the wife of former PM Stanley Baldwin. Glasgow-chan joined the maid team on September 9, 1937 after being completed. She was assigned to 2nd Cruiser Squadron of the Home Fleet.
Glasgow spent the first years of her career uneventful with some naval exercises and "flag showing". In May and June 1939, Glasgow and her big sister Southampton escorted liner RMS Empress of Australia carrying King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on their Royal visits to Canada and the US before escorting them back to the UK on Empress of Australia's sister, RMS Empress of Britain (both belongs to Canadian Pacific Line). In July 1939, Captain Frank Pegram was appointed the commander of the ship.
With war being inevitable, on September 2, 1939, Glasgow was detached for patrol off Norway with Humber Force to intercept commerce raiders and blockade runners. The following day, Britain declared war on Germany, and on September 4, Glasgow and J-class destroyer Jersey (has got an episode on her, I can translate it may anyone want) intercepted German freighter Johannes Molken Buhr, which was later scuttled by her own crew. Glasgow was later sent to patrol in Skaggerak with her sisters Southampton, Sheffield-chan and Arethusa-class Aurora. However, due to Javelin-chan and Jersey-chan collided with each other, the mission was cancelled and they returned to Rosyth. 4 days later, Glasgow was sent to escort damaged submarine Spearfish back to her home base, during which, Glasgow-chan was attacked by enemy aircrafts without success.
With reports of Gneisenau in the area, Glasgow escorted Hood-neesan and Repulse in search for the new German battlecruiser. While returning to Britain, Glasgow and fellow sisters Southampton and Edinburgh was attacked by Luftwaffe's aircrafts, who dropped 120 bombs on them. Fortunately, Glasgow-chan wasn't damaged. Later on, Glasgow and Edinburgh escorted convoy KJ 003 made of 19 tankers from October 22 to 24. Towards the end of November, Glasgow joined 2 destroyers in search of German liner Bremen. She was then diverted to search for escaping Scharnhorst and Gneisenau in seek of revenging the sinking of armed merchant cruiser Rawalpindi. A week later, Glasgow took part in the unsuccessful search for American merchantman City of Flint, which had been captured by Deutschland. In December 1939, she escorted three convoys: HN 003, ON 004/1, ON 006/1 with another convoy, ON 007/1 in early January.
Glasgow was transferred to another maid team, the 18th Cruiser Squadron on January 7, 1940. There, along with Newcastle, she escorted 6 convoys in January 1940. Glasgow captured German trawler Herrlichkeit off Tromsø on February 12 before returning to Belfast for repairs 5 days later, which last for a month. After repairs were completed, Glasgow-chan returned to action, just as the German was launching Operation Weserübung. On April 7, Glasgow sailed with Berwick, Portlandshire and York to intercept German warships in the area. Two days later, Glasgow-chan and her fleet was attacked by German Ju 88 and He 111 bombers off Bergen, which scored two near misses. The near misses caused minor flooding to the ship, knocking out her "A" turret and killed 2 of her crew. Things were worse for her teammates as Tribal-class destroyer leader Gurkha was sunk during the air attack. After this, Glasgow-chan was detached with Sheffield to Britain for repairs on the following day. While en route, they was involved in another air attack, with no damage sustained.
After a very short 22-hour repair, Glasgow was assigned with Sheffield and 6 Tribal-class destroyer leaders to land troops in Harstad and Namsos as part of Operation Henry and Harry. Galatea joined Glasgow and Sheffy in Operation Sickle, the landing of the 15th Infantry Brigade in Åndalsnes on April 23. 6 days later, Glasgow embarked the King of Norway, King Haakon VII and Crown Prince Olav, Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Halvdan Kolt and Minister of Defense Birger Ljungberg. Under the escort of Jackal and Javelin-chan, Glasgow arrived in Scapa Flow on May 1. Later that week, Glasgow embarked the Royal Marines at Greenock and carried out the initial occupation of Iceland during Operation Fork. The Marines disembarked at Reykjavik on May 10, under the protection of heavy cruiser Berwick, Glasgow as well as two F-class destroyers Fearless and Fortune. They carried out patrols in Iceland before sailing back to Liverpool for some refit. During her month-long refit in Liverpool, Italy declared war on Britain, and so on June 10, Glasgow's crew captured Italian freighter Gambiano.
Underway in the Mediterrenean
Returning to action in July, Glasgow-chan joined her big sister Southampton and the Salty Sussex and Shropshire. However, in the thick (bloody) British fog off Duncansby Head on July 16, our careless little maid collided with destroyer HMS Imogen. The collision caused extensive fire abroad and heavy flooding to the little destroyer. Imogen had to be abandoned and later sank. The incident resulted in nineteen of Imogen's crew and two of Glasgow's lost their lives. After rescuing the I-class destroyer crew, Glasgow returned to Liverpool and stayed there 3 months for repairs.
Late October 1940 saw Glasgow escorting Arklolicon and Barham to Gibraltar. There, she joined Force X to transport troops to Malta. After arriving in Malta on November 7, Glasgow joined the 7th Cruiser Squadron. She screened Lusty in her raid on Italian fleet in Taranto. 3 days later, Glasgow, along with Berwick, Gloucester and HMAS Sydney landed 3,400 troops in Piraeus, Greece. Later that month and in early December, Glasgow-chan escorted convoys MW 4 and ME 4 with Force E and Force F. While anchored at Suda Bay in Crete on December 3, Glasgow was attacked by a Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 flown by Italian ace Carlo Emanuele Buscaglia. 2 torpedoes hit the British cruiser, knocking out her propellers. Therefore, Glasgow-chan was sent to Alexandria for temporary repairs in January 1941.
Damaged Glasgow was sent to the Indian Ocean in early 1941 to protecc convoys from potential enemies. On February 15, Glasgow escorted some 4 landing ships through the Suez Canal. Later on, she was deployed with Hermes, (the salty) Shropshire, Emerald and her sister Enterprise (the British E-class cruiser, not the American legend Enty or Belfast x Enty, okay?) and Australian heavy cruisers Australia and Canberra to search for German cruiser Admiral Scheer, who had just sunk Canadian freighter Canadian Cruiser and AMC HMCS Rantaupandjang (Rawalpindi's little sister). On February 22, one of Glasgow's two Walrus spotted Admiral Scheer. However, fuel shortages prevented them from chasing down the German raider. A month later, Glasgow was deployed with Caledon, two K-class destroyers and two Indian trawler to provide support for the invasion of Italian Somaliland, as part of Operation Appearance.
After the successful landing in Somaliland, Glasgow joined HMS Cornwall, Portlandshire, Phoebe and HMAS Canberra as escort for convoy WS 6 from April 10-13, later relieved by C-class cruiser Colombo. Later in April, Glasgow relieved old heavy cruiser Hawkins to escort WS 7 until May 7. Our maid was sent to search for German commerce raider Pinguin later in May. From June 1941 to February 1942, Glasgow joined in convoy defense operations and escorted convoys WS 11 and WS 12. Another friendly fire incident occurred at midnight on December 9, 1941 when our careless maid opened fire with her 6-inch on friendly Indian patrol ship Prabhavati, mistaken her for a surfacing Japanese submarine. Prabhavati was sunk and Glasgow had to rescue the ship's survivors and sent them to Bombay.
With Enterprise in Singapore, 1942
In March, Glasgow escorted convoy WS 16 with her sister Newcastle. On April 1, she was relieved by Colombo and armed merchant cruiser Aleunia so that she can move to the US for repairs in April. Arriving in Brooklyn Naval Shipyard in New York on May 6 after a passage through Mombasa, Glasgow went through a month-long repair before returning to Britain. There, she was equipped with a new Type 284 fire-control radar and Type 271 airborne warning radar. New Oerlikons were also equipped to Glasgow-chan. She returned to Britain in August and arrived at Scapa Flow on September 3, 1942.
King George VI inspecting the ship in Scapa Flow
Upon arrival, Glasgow-chan was reassigned to the 10th Cruiser Squadron of the Home Fleet and assigned to the task of escorting British convoy bound for the Soviet Union. After some period of retrain and repairs lasted until December 1942, Glasgow was ready for action by the beginning of 1943. On January 20, 1943, Glasgow-chan was deployed with Bermuda and the salty cruiser Kent (hey shikika..) to screen Convoy JW 52 and returning convoy RA 52. She then patrolled around Icelandic waters and was involved in a minor incident on February 23. While anchoring at Seidisfjord, heavy weather dragged Glasgow and she was grounded. After a short repair, Glasgow-chan escorted King George V and her sister Howe to provide distant escort for homebound convoy RA 53 from Kola Inlet. Later in March, Glasgow encountered German blockade runner Regensberg carrying rubber, tungsten and many valuable goods from Japan. Unwanted to get their valuable supplies got captured by the also material-hungering Britain, the crew of Regensberg scuttled their ship. In heavy weathers, only 6 of the runner’s crew survived and was rescued by Glasgow. After some patrols in the Arctic, Glasgow was sent to a warmer place, the Southwest Approach to hunt for German blockade runners and commerce raiders.
In Scapa Flow, date unknown, maybe during her second deployment to the Arctic in late 42- early 43
The first action where our maid was involved was some action against French coastal shipping on June 12 with Crown Colony-class cruiser Bermuda, who joined Glasgow during JW 52. A week later, Glasgow escorted carrier Archer and corvettes of Escort Group B5 to hunt for submarines from Brest. By the end of the month, Glasgow provided Ocean Escort for minelaying operation of the 1st Minelaying Squadron in Northern Barrage. In late July, Glasgow joined Canadian destroyers HMCS Athabaskan, Iroquois and Polish destroyer ORP Orkan for assault patrols in the Bay of Biscay. After operations in the Bay of Biscay, she was anchored at Devonport Dockyard for repairs that last for a month, where her Walruses and catapults got removed to make room for additional Oerlikons and she was fitted with the new Type 283 Fire-Control Radar. She also had a new commander, Captain Charles Clark. On October 26, 1943, Glasgow embarked First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham and undertake the internment of the ashes of the old First Sea Lord, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound, who have just passed away on October 21 off Nab Tower. After that, she participated in Operation Tunnel series of attacks on French coastal shipping in November 1943. In December, Glasgow and Gambia took part in Operation Stonewall, the interception of blockade runners returning to occupied French from Japan. After 2 weeks of patrol, a Sunderland flying boat sighted German blockade runners Alsterufer, who was carrying precious Tungsten and rubber on December 27. Thus, Glasgow, Enterprise (again the E-class), Penelope and Ariadne were sent to capture the merchantman. This would lead into the Battle of the Bay of Biscay.
Painting by Norman Wilkinson, Glasgow and Enterprise firing at German ships during The Battle of the Bay of Biscay, 1943
The Kriegsmarine sent two flotillas to escort Alsterufer home: the 4th Torpedo Boat Flotilla consisted of torpedo boats T22, T23, T24 and T26 and the 8th Destroyer Flotilla consisted of Niimi-chan and her sisters Z24, Z27, Z32, Z37 and two torpedo boats T25 and T27. By 04:00 on December 28, the two German flotillas were waiting south of Cape Clear, but Alsterufer was nowhere to be seen. Unknown to the German, the blockade runner was sunk by Liberator bombers from Czechoslovak No. 311 Squadron and the No. 86 Squadron. By midday, the two German flotillas met each other. One hour later, they were spotted by Allied aircrafts. Meanwhile, a Fw 200 Condor bomber detected Glasgow and Enterprise, and attacked them. As they were detected, Glasgow changed her course towards the Northeast. At 13:32, from a range of 16 miles, Glasgow-chan detected the German destroyers. Captain Clark ordered Glasgow to open fire at Niimi with her “A” and “B” turrets, guided by the newly installed Type 273 radar. Enterprise followed some few minutes later. In the first minutes of the battle, though being targeted, Niimi wasn't damaged. Our Soviet German protagonist launched 6 of her torpedoes at a range of 17,000 meters. Niimi-chan and her sister Z24 returned fire with their 15 cm, almost hitting Glasgow and Enterprise. At 14:05, Glasgow was hit in the “A” boiler room by either of the destroyers, killing two seamen who were manning the pom-pom and further wounded three. By 14:18, both German flotillas was involved in action. High seas prevented the torpedo boats from launching their torpedoes, so only destroyers Z32 and Z37 could launch their torpedoes at Glasgow. With 10 torpedoes heading for her, Glasgow-chan had to take evasive maneuvers. Glasgow was almost hit by a torpedo as she and Enterprise was baiting them. After the second torpedo run, the German boats laid smoke turned away.
During the Battle of the Bay of Biscay, Dec. 28 1943
At 14:35, Glasgow reversed her course to chase down the retreating German. By this time, Glasgow and Enterprise was separated after the torpedobait and was acting independently. The German launched another torpedo attack against the charging British cruisers, whilst the two British were keeping accurate 6-inch shots. At around 14:38, after firing her first salvo of torpedoes, Z27 was critically damaged by a 6-inch shell from Enterprise, causing fire and slowing the German destroyer down. After being hit, Z27 launched the second salvo of 4 torpedoes, however, just like the first salvo, no torpedoes hit the British cruisers.
Meanwhile, Glasgow was concentrating her fire on torpedo boat T25. The little *Elbing-*class torpedo boat was hit in her aft torpedo tubes area, killing many of her crew. A second shell hit T25’s funnel, immobilize her. Being a sitting duck at that moment, T25 requested her big sis T22 to cover for her. In the meantime, Glasgow shifted fire towards T25’s sister, T26. T26 was bracketed by near misses from the accurate radar-guided guns from Glasgow and was critically hit with a shell right into her boiler room at 14:40, slowing the ship down. T22, trying to help her crippled sister, was focused by Enterprise, who hit her with shells and fragments from the near misses. After firing her 10.5 cm guns and all of her torpedoes, which proved harmless to the cruisers, T22 laid smoke and retreated.
Enterprise finished off the crippled T26 at 14:45 with a single torpedo whereas Glasgow hit Z27’s magazine at point-blank range, sinking the drifting destroyer in a large magazine explosion which killed most of her staff. Enterprise fired her guns and a torpedo, which reduce T25 to a burning and sinking wreck by 14:50. The British cruisers, low on ammunition and fuel, withdrew towards Plymouth.
The Battle of the Bay of Biscay was a complete victory for the British. Glasgow and Enterprise sank a destroyer (Z27) and two torpedo boats (T25 and T26) and further severely damaged another TB, T22 while receiving minimal damage to themselves. 532 Kriegsmarine’s sailors were killed during the battle, further lowering Kriegsmarine's morale after Scharnhorst was sunk in the Battle of the North Cape 2 days earlier. The failure in Bay of Biscay and North Cape marked a sour end of 1943 for the German. From then on, in addition to the lost of 3 blockade runners in the South Atlantic, Germany could only trade with her only real ally, Japan, via small little submarines, hampering her supplies.
After the Battle of the Bay of Biscay, Glasgow and Enterprise withdrew to Britain. En route, they were attacked by He 177 armed with Fritz-X Glider bomb on December 28. Neither of the ship was hit, however. They arrived at Plymouth the following day. Glasgow was repaired for some weeks before returning to defend convoys MKF 026, MKF 028A and MKF 029 from mid January to mid-March.
Bombarding Cherbourg, June 25, 1944. USS Quincy in the background
In April, Glasgow joined US Western Task Force consisted of USN battleships Texas and Arkansas, Free French cruiser Montcalm and Georges Leygues, nine USN destroyers and three Royal Navy Hunt-class destroyers. During Operation Neptune, they took part in bombardment exercises in Cape Wrath. On D-Day (June 6, 1944), Glasgow took part in the bombardment of the Omaha Beach with ships of Force C. She continued this action until June 20, when her squadron was detached to bombard the port of Cherbourg. After returning to Portland on the following day, Glasgow again joined her peer Enterprise, US battleship Shounen Nevada and two Pacific veteran Tuscaloosa and Quincy in Task Force 129. Together, they carried out the bombardment of Cherbourg on June 25, which Glasgow was hit by two shells from shore batteries, damaging her electrical system. On June 30, Glasgow withdrew to Belfast for a nine-month-long refit. During the time, Glasgow-chan was fitted with new radars and additional anti-aircraft armament. Her “X” turret was removed in favour of additional Bofors.
After a long refit, Glasgow was back in action by May 1945. By this time, Germany had surrendered, so she was transferred to the Indian Ocean to fight the already desperate Japanese Empire. On August 22, 1945, Glasgow sailed with Jamaica to the British East Indies Fleet. By this time, Japan had got nuked and was preparing for surrender.
On October 5, 1945, Glasgow relieved Phoebe as the flagship of the 5th Cruiser Squadron. After serving in the Indian Ocean for two years, she steamed back to Portsmouth and was put into reserve. Later in September 1948, after being recommissioned for active service, Glasgow was appointed the flagship of the British West Indies Station. She attended the Halifax bicentenary celebrations in Nova Scotia in 1949. In October 1950, she returned to Britain and was refitted at Chatham before being transferred to the Mediterranean Fleet in 1951. Glasgow was appointed the flagship of the Malta station, under Admiral the Earl Mountbatten of Burma.
Lord Mountbatten aboard Glagow, 1952
2 years later, she and her crew took part in film “Sailor of the King” as the fictional cruiser HMS Cambridge. In the same year, Glasgow-chan took part in the Fleet Review to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Together with Town-class cruisers Gambia and Bermuda, new cruiser Eagle, seven destroyers, Glasgow-chan escorted the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh aboard Royal Yacht HMY Britannia on their world tour when they arrived at Malta on May 2, 1954. With Gambia, she took part in the withdrawal of the 40th Royal Marines Commando Brigade from Port Said, Sudan, giving the independence to the African nation.
In 1955, after 5 years of serving in Malta, Glasgow returned to Britain and joined the Flag Officer D Flotilla of the Home Fleet. In late 1955, Glasgow-chan was decommissioned in Portsmouth. However, with the Suez Canal Crisis in 1956, she was temporary called back before being officially decommissioned in November 1956. Glasgow was considered a surplus at the time of economic hardship and the budget was tight, so she was put on the disposal list in March 1958. In July 4, 1958, Glasgow was sold to BISCO for scrapping and left Portsmouth. She was broken up on July 8, 1958 at Hughes Bolckow’s yard in Blyth.
IV. In Azur Lane
In-game Glasgow
Glasgow was put into the game in the mid-November update. She is a Rare ship which can be obtained through the Light Construction Pool with a build time of 01:25:00. Upon her introduction, there was a short period when her Construction Rate was increased for 2.5%. Glasgow is still unvoiced.
Similar to most light cruiser, Glasgow-chan has three equipment slots for CL Guns (115%->135%), Torpedoes (120%->130% and Anti-Air Guns (110%) . Glasgow has two class-specified Assault Skills: “Full Firepower” which increase her own firepower and “All Out Barrage” which triggers her class’ barrage. She also has a Defensive Skill, “Swift Defender” (related to the fact that she defended many convoys?) which reduces damage dealt to the fleet.
In the wiki, there is something wrong with the translation of her Self Intro line as Glasgow could never taken part in the Battle of the North Cape, as she was busy fighting the German destroyers off France when the battle occurred. Also in her Self-Intro, she mentioned having bad eyesight, related to the fact that she rammed and sank Imogen in foggy weather and mistook Prabhavati for a Japanese loliboat. (So, buy her glass :> ). Secretary 1 and 2 referred to her sisters Newcastle and Sheffield. Glasgow also have Additional Lines when sortieing with her sisters Sheffield, Edinburgh, Belfast, Newcastle and her big sis Southampton.
(Low resolution) \"A Maid In Class\" skin
Glasgow has got a skin, “A Maid In Class” for 780 green Jap cats (u know wot oi mean.)
V. Sources
1. References
Soft reference: Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Glasgow_%28C21%29
Detailed service log: Naval History http://www.naval-history.net/xGM-Chrono-06CL-Glasgow.htm
2. In Azur Lane
Default skin https://blhx.fandom.com/wiki/Glasgow?file=Glasgow.png
"A Maid in Class" skin https://azurlane.koumakan.jp/Glasgow/Gallery#A_Maid_in_Class
3. IRL
Prewar https://www.naval-history.net/Photo06clGlasgow1NP.jpg
King on board https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:HMS_Glasgow_(C21)#/media/File:HMS_Glasgow_visit.jpg#/media/File:HMS_Glasgow_visit.jpg)
During Bay of Biscay, 1943 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:HMS_Glasgow_(C21)#/media/File:The_Royal_Navy_during_the_Second_World_War_HMS_Glasgow_4-inch_AA_gun_crew_A_21143.jpg#/media/File:The_Royal_Navy_during_the_Second_World_War_HMS_Glasgow_4-inch_AA_gun_crew_A_21143.jpg)
Mediterreanean https://alchetron.com/HMS-Glasgow-(C21)#demo#demo)
Singapore, 1942 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:HMS_Glasgow_(C21)#/media/File:HMS_Glasgow_and_Enterprise_Singapore_1942_AWM_302397.jpeg#/media/File:HMS_Glasgow_and_Enterprise_Singapore_1942_AWM_302397.jpeg)
Norway https://i.pinimg.com/originals/a6/11/44/a6114407c6f36b73ffe611298f59ae69.jpg
Cherbourg https://www.dday-overlord.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/hms_glasgow-1.jpg
Biscay drawing, 1943 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Bay_of_Biscay#/media/File:Nmm_nmmg_bhc0686_large(2).jpg.jpg)
Postwar, 1952 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:HMS_Glasgow_(C21)#/media/File:HMS_Glasgow_Mounbatten.jpg#/media/File:HMS_Glasgow_Mounbatten.jpg)
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2019.11.27 06:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Wednesday 27 November 2019

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Delays to services between Glasgow Central and Gourock
Due to a fault with the signalling system at Bishopton trains have to run at reduced speed on the line towards Glasgow . Disruption is expected until 23:00 27/11.
Train services between Glasgow Central and Gourock are returning to normal but some services may still be delayed by up to 30 minutes.
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What's On Today
Kitsch Kabaret at Wild Cabaret Live
Today in Scottish History
On November 27 1996 the first deaths from an E.coli outbreak in Lanarkshire were reported. The outbreak was subsequently traced back to a butcher's shop in the town of Wishaw, and by early 1997 twenty people, mostly senior citizens, had died, making this the world's worst outbreak of E.coli poisoning.
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"Zoe Graham" - Interview with Vintage Society (via /ScottishMusic)
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2019.11.05 06:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Tuesday 5 November 2019

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Today in Scottish History
Nothing, apparently!
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2019.11.04 06:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Monday 4 November 2019

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Today in Scottish History
Today in 1965, the Scottish child pop star Lena Zavaroni was born. She achieved national fame in 1974 when she was discovered on "Opportunity Knocks". Zararoni's best known hit was a cover version of "Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me". However, despite being a household name by the age of 10, she spent the second half of her life in obscurity. She died tragically aged 35 from a chest infection, contracted after undergoing a partial lobotomy in an attempt to cure her of anorexia, an ailment she had suffered from since she was a young girl.
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2019.11.03 06:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Sunday 3 November 2019

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Due to a fault with the signalling system at Motherwell disruption is expected until 22:45 03/11.
Train services between Motherwell and Glasgow Central will be started from Bellshill.
Our staff have been unable to carry out routine maintenance work on signalling equipment at Motherwell due to a burst sewer pipe creating an environmental hazard. This means our Motherwell to Glasgow Central train service which operate at 20 minutes past the hour from the 10:20 train until the 22:20 train will start from Bellshill.
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What's On Today
The World Famous Elvis Show at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Freezy Lionel: A Celebration of One Man's Nonsense at Barras Art and Design Centre
Glasgow Big Band Dance Night at Glasgow University Union
Sleeptape at The 13th Note Café/Bar
It's All Happening at McChuills
The Freddie and Queen Experience at Eastwood Park Theatre
Today in Scottish History
On this day in 1698 the Scottish expedition to Darien landed at 'New Caledonia'. The expedition left Leith on the 12th July 1698, heading for the isthmus of Panama. The enterprise began in 1695 when the Scottish Parliament passed an Act for the establishment of the 'Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies'. The Company was modelled on the English East India Company, and £400,000 capital was rapidly raised for the venture, a considerable proportion of Scotland's entire wealth. Darien was chosen because of the ease of access to the Americas. The expedition was doomed: malaria was rife on the tropical coast, and the Scots were short of supplies, having no success trading with the Spanish who saw them as a threat. English colonies in the area also refused to help, and hostilities broke out with the Spanish. The badly organised enterprise deteriorated rapidly and ended in disastrous failure with the loss of over 2,000 lives. They abandoned Darien on 12 April 1700, and none of the ships returned to Scotland.
Today in 2002 Lonnie Donegan, the legendary Scottish star of skiffle, died. Arguably Britain's first pop superstar, he burst onto the scene in the mid-1950s with a distinctive guitar-led sound based loosely on American folk music. Paul McCartney said of him: "When we were kids in Liverpool, the man who really started the craze for guitars was Lonnie Donegan. He was the first person we had heard of from Britain to get to the coveted number one in the charts and we studied his records avidly. We all bought guitars to be in a skiffle group. He was the man".
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2019.11.02 06:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Saturday 2 November 2019

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What's On Today
Folk On The Fringe at On the Fringe
The Big Show at Wild Cabaret Live
Lets Go Back To the 80's at Room 2
InterChange Presents: DJ Rush & UMEK at Rotunda Bar & Diner
Ortario + Guests Play 13th Note at The 13th Note Café/Bar
Black Roots at Barras Art and Design Centre
Listen. Stare. Dance at Audio
Lixx at Audio
Today in Scottish History
Tom Johnston, one of Scotland's best known Secretaries of State, was born on this day in 1881. Born in Kirkintilloch, Johnston began as a journalist who impressed his contemporaries by organising Keir Hardie's campaign for the rectorship of Glasgow University. As Secretary of State, the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board was his most innovative achievement, and he handled rural Scotland's resistance and hesitation towards the project intelligently. On leaving politics, he become the Hydro Board's first head in 1945. Tom Johnston died in 1965.
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2019.11.01 06:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Friday 1 November 2019

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Queer Theory at Mono Cafe Bar
Maximum Pressure at SWG3
ECSTATICA at Lola's Nightclub
Bang Bang Club Presents: Halloween Special at Arta
Invisible Inc w/ Cantillate (Live) & Krokakai + The Mamba at The Rum Shack
Today in Scottish History
The novelist and politician Naomi Mitchison was born in Edinburgh on this day in 1897. A prolific and popular writer, she wrote socially relevant fiction in genres as diverse as the historical novel and science fiction. Her brother was JBS Haldane, the pioneering geneticist. Politically active from her Carradale home on the Mull of Kintyre, she was a lifelong Socialist, Scottish Nationalist and campaigner for women's issues. She died aged 101 in 1999.
Today in 1695, Scotland made a serious bid to enter the lucrative English sea-trading market. The Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies issued a subscription list to stockholders in London. Later known as The Darien Company, £300,000 sterling was quickly raised, but London merchants saw it as a threat to their own East India Company. They put pressure on the King, and the English subscriptions were withdrawn at the behest of their government. Within a year, thanks mainly to the enthusiasm of a misguided company director, Scottish subscriptions brought the capital back up to £400,000 sterling, a considerable proportion of Scotland's entire wealth. This was the beginning of the ill-fated Darien affair: all the capital was spent, as ships and many lives were lost in a series of disastrous expeditions to a malaria-infested colony on the Panama coast.
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