Lithographs – Russell Chatham http://russellchatham.com/ Mon, 04 Jul 2022 19:34:52 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://russellchatham.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2.png Lithographs – Russell Chatham http://russellchatham.com/ 32 32 Iconic Moments NFT Market Discussion with Chris Cummings https://russellchatham.com/iconic-moments-nft-market-discussion-with-chris-cummings/ Mon, 04 Jul 2022 19:34:52 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/iconic-moments-nft-market-discussion-with-chris-cummings/ Chris Cummings is the founder and CEO of Iconic Moments, the NFT marketplace for the museum industry. Prior to founding Iconic Moments, Chris founded Pass It Down, an award-winning digital exhibition design platform that is transforming the way museums and cultural institutions engage their visitors. Chris explains what the Iconic Moments NFT marketplace is, the […]]]>

Chris Cummings is the founder and CEO of Iconic Moments, the NFT marketplace for the museum industry. Prior to founding Iconic Moments, Chris founded Pass It Down, an award-winning digital exhibition design platform that is transforming the way museums and cultural institutions engage their visitors. Chris explains what the Iconic Moments NFT marketplace is, the benefits and value of Iconic Moments NFT drops, and the pros and cons of posting existing art and story NFTs. It also delves into the blockchain they use, the early skepticism within the cultural institutions and organizations they work with, and much more.

ADM: What makes Iconic Moments different from similar marketplaces? What will Iconic Moments drops bring to the table that others don’t?

Cumming: Other NFT markets have their value, but the coins we sell have history and history. We wanted to make sure the information was shared with the NFT itself. We built Iconic Moments to feel like a museum gallery, showcasing artistic or historical moments in a less cluttered way.

ADM: Some people may say that NFTs (and crypto in general) are risky investments because of their volatility. Is this a particular concern for Iconic Moments? How do Iconic Moments’ NFTs counter this?

Cumming: I’m not sure there are any investments that don’t involve risk. Iconic Moments NFTs are like digital lithographs that directly support the cultural institution that houses the asset. By purchasing an NFT from Iconic Moments, you become a patron of this institution and join a community with similar interests.

ADM: What are the benefits and value of purchasing one of Iconic Moments’ NFT drops?

Cumming: In addition to supporting a cultural institution and owning a digital asset, each Iconic Moments NFT includes different utilities, including access to special events, private discord channels, discounts on museum tickets, merchandise, etc

ADM: Why are NFTs the best way to “save cultural institutions”?

Cumming: Everyone has a different opinion on this, but Iconic Moments, it’s important to us that these museums, archives and other institutions can stay open and share their collection with people. Ultimately, museums are places of learning, holding our collective history.

COVID threatened many institutions with closure. We want cultural institutions to remain open and their assets to be accessible to the public to enjoy and learn from.

What blockchain do you use and why

ADM: What blockchain do you use and why?

Cumming: We’re launching on Ethereum because that’s where most of the NFT communities are right now. When we talk about Iconic Moments NFTs, we are actually talking about building a community.

ADM: What has been the response within the cultural institutions and organizations that Iconic Moments works with? Was there skepticism at first?

Cumming: Initially there was some skepticism, but other projects have shared how NFTs can benefit institutions while honoring the art/artist. Some examples of these projects are TIME’s TIMEPieces release in September 2021 and Belvedere’s NFT release of Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss in February 2022.

The Iconic Moments team is full of museum expertise and cultural institutions. It helps that we can see things from their perspective and act as partners along the way. Although there was skepticism at first, museums and archives are eager to begin their NFT drops. Every week we receive exciting emails filled with the coolest historic photos and stories that institutions can’t wait to share.

Many NFTs are created solely for the purpose of the NFT

ADM: Many NFTs are created solely for the purpose of the NFT. Walk us through the pros and cons of posting NFTs of “iconic moments,” meaning works of art and history that already exist.

Cumming: I don’t want to undermine any other NFT projects: we’ve seen a lot of talented artists posting work and we continue to be impressed with the NFT community. Usually, in this case, only one digital asset exists.

However, many of the NFTs we see created are speculative and very time-based. At Iconic Moments, we deal with timeless historical moments and art. By purchasing any of Iconic Moments digital assets, you directly support the museum that houses the physical artwork.

ADM: Will the drops only be NFTs of the existing artwork/historical moment? If not, what else will they understand?

Cumming: Currently we are working on existing artwork and drops of historical moments. Since so much of an institution’s records are in the vault, many of our NFTs have never been seen before.

ADM: What’s next for Iconic Moments? Future projects that excite you?

Cumming: The market is changing rapidly and we are constantly seeing innovations, so I don’t want to name any future plans yet. I will say that one of the things we are most excited about is building decentralized community NFT purchases.

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10 Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards that break the rules https://russellchatham.com/10-yu-gi-oh-cards-that-break-the-rules/ Sat, 02 Jul 2022 23:46:39 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/10-yu-gi-oh-cards-that-break-the-rules/ Even in the best times, Yu Gi Oh! never felt right. The first season of the anime had Yugi attacking the moon, while the second season had people summoning three tribute monsters in a single round. Even the game saw a consistent build towards massive power creeps that quickly turned things around. RELATED: 10 Times […]]]>

Even in the best times, Yu Gi Oh! never felt right. The first season of the anime had Yugi attacking the moon, while the second season had people summoning three tribute monsters in a single round. Even the game saw a consistent build towards massive power creeps that quickly turned things around.



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While some cards offer obvious benefits, some cards go beyond feeling unfair. Some cards outright break the rules Yu Gi Oh! is built on. Whether it’s forcing the player to play with their cards exposed or allowing them to have as many cards in their hand as they want, there are tons of cards that change the basic rules of the game. to be what the player desires.

ten Hieroglyph lithograph allows players to have seven cards in hand

Originating in 2003 from one of the Yu-Gi-Oh’s early sets, Hieroglyph Lithograph was known as the Pharonic Guardian. The map was later collected in Dark Revelation Volume 1 and has not been printed since. It contained a normal spell that allowed players to increase their hand size limit to seven for the rest of the game.

Hieroglyph Lithograph cost 1000 Life Points, but if it passed, there was nothing the opponent could do afterward. Due to its normal spell status, the player using it could have up to seven cards at any time in the duel after the spell resolved.

9 Respect Play requires both players to play with their cards shown

Much of the intensity behind Yu Gi Oh! came from mind games that players could play on each other. This was part of what made Pegasus such an unfair duelist to challenge during Duelist Kingdom, as he had the ability to see what the opponent was playing before he played it.

Respect Play made this component even worse, as it required players to show their hand while dueling. Respect Play significantly changed dueling strategies, forcing both players to play without trying to deceive the other.


8 The enervating mist forces a five-card limit on the opponent’s hand

Although many cards focus on increasing the number of cards available in the player’s hand, it’s not a great strategy overall. On the other hand, cards that reduce the number of cards in the opponent’s hand can turn things around quickly.

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Originally released in 2004’s Soul of the Duelist set, Enervating Mist is a normal trap that reduces the opponent’s hand size limit to five. Holding more than six cards in hand isn’t the restriction people think it is; it only comes into effect during the final phase. Players often prefer to have cards on the field or in their graveyard at this time.


seven Infernity Zero continues the duel after someone’s hit points reach zero

Infernity Zero is such a broken card even Yu Gi Oh! haven’t tried to include it yet. It is one of the Infernity monsters, belonging to Kyosuke Kiryu, the only man who ever beat Yusei Fudou in a duel. With Infernity Zero, the player can discard all other cards in their hand to Special Summon Infernity Zero if their hit points are below 2000. Additionally, Infernity Zero keeps the player alive even after their hit points reach zero.

The only way to end the duel is to deal damage three times after the player’s life points reach zero. Each time, Infernity Zero gains a Des meter. After the third Des Counter, Infernity Zero destroys itself, ending the duel. There is no way to balance this card without taking what makes it special, but players can play it in the Yu Gi Oh! beacon strength Games.


6 Infinite maps are great for Slifer players

Infinite Cards was first released in 2003 in the Labyrinth of Nightmare set. Since then, the map has been reprinted several times, but it has never been an expensive map to acquire. Infinite Cards is a continuous spell card that removes maximum hand size limits from both players.

Infinite cards are cheap because most decks can’t do anything with 12 cards that they can’t do with six. But for Egyptian God Card fans, this changes their strategy considerably. With more than six cards in hand, Slifer the Sky Dragon theoretically has no limit to its attack height.


5 A Quiet Life can prevent players from summoning special or normal summons

In 2017, Konami released the Quiet Life spell card in the Circuit Break set. The card is a continuous spell that players can only use at the start of their turn. The card forces players to choose between a normal or special summon.

Regardless of which type players choose, they cannot activate the opposite type of summon. There are cards that can prevent the player from Special Summoning, but few of them Yu Gi Oh! The cards prohibit the player from normally summoning or setting down a card for the turn.

4 Finished cards limit a player’s maximum hand size to half their normal size

Infinite Cards was part of Yu Gi Oh! almost from the start. But in 2016, Konami decided to add the reverse version to their Shining Victories set, introducing the Finite Cards spell card. Where infinite cards allowed both players to have an unlimited number of cards in hand, finite cards reduced the number of cards in a player’s hand to 3.

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Naturally, Finite Cards doesn’t see a lot of play. There aren’t many decks that work without having a lot of cards in hand, and 3 cards doesn’t give a player many ways to respond to their opponent.

3 Nature’s Convulsion forces players to duel with their decks upside down

Konami had no idea what they wanted Yu Gi Oh being in the beginning is why there were so many wacky cards made. Convulsion of Nature was released in 2003 in the Legacy of Darkness set. A continuing spell card, Convulsion of Nature forced both duelists to flip their decks and fight with their decks face up until Convulsion was destroyed.

Convulsion of Nature is like another version of Respect Play, as both players will eventually uncover whatever is in their opponent’s hand. Convulsion of Nature also lets players know if a keycard or dead draw is coming.

2 Silent Wobby limits player hand size to 3

Silent Wobby was released in the West in 2014 in the Premium Gold set. It was previously released in Japan as part of Premium Pack 16 – one of several sets that did not reach the West. As random as the Silent Wobby card is, it also has some weird abilities.

Silent Wobby was a monster that could be summoned to the opponent’s side of the field, before allowing the player to draw a card while the opponent gained 2000 life. The real trick of this card was that it forced its owner to have a hand size limit of three cards. That would be a big restriction, but because summoning powerful Link monsters was so easy, it became a dangerous monster to use.


1 Vengeful bog spirit gives monsters summoning sickness

One of the main things that separates Yu Gi Oh! other card games is that in this game there is no summoning disease. In other words, when a monster is summoned, it can attack during that same turn instead of waiting a turn before doing anything. The only time a player cannot attack under the rules is on turn 1, when the opponent has no way to defend.

However, Vengeful Bog Spirit introduces the concept of summoning disease to Yu Gi Oh! – changed gameplay, so that monsters cannot attack during the same turn they are summoned. It’s actually not a bad idea, and it may be an interesting rule change for Konami to consider.

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8 Old Pieces of Junk in Your Garage That Could Be Worth Thousands https://russellchatham.com/8-old-pieces-of-junk-in-your-garage-that-could-be-worth-thousands/ Thu, 30 Jun 2022 17:50:06 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/8-old-pieces-of-junk-in-your-garage-that-could-be-worth-thousands/ Have you ever looked at your overflowing garage and wondered if it was secretly a gold mine? If you were hoping for an ancient relic in your house to be sneakily worth thousands, this could be the case. Used items are more popular than ever these days. Experts consider consignment shopping to be the answer […]]]>

Have you ever looked at your overflowing garage and wondered if it was secretly a gold mine? If you were hoping for an ancient relic in your house to be sneakily worth thousands, this could be the case. Used items are more popular than ever these days. Experts consider consignment shopping to be the answer to rising inflation rates because shoppers get more for their money by buying used items instead of new. Many consumers are also looking to protect the environment by living more sustainably and buying second-hand goods. Forbes called resale the “star of retail” in 2022, attributing its popularity to a response to supply chain issues and tightening household budgets.

Finding a deal has never been more necessary, but on the other side of the coin, a lot of average people are making money by reselling items that were previously piled up in the garage. Things you’ve been putting away for years can be extremely valuable, as long as you know what to look for. Read on to find out what homeware experts say could sell for big bucks.

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That old wooden chair taking up space could save you some money. You can learn how to identify furniture that’s been picked up from thrift stores or passed down from generation to generation, especially if it’s part of a trending aesthetic, by browsing Reddit for tips. There are entire threads dedicated to specific items to research and what those coins will yield. Then, check furniture store websites to build your knowledge base.

Marketing Director Green Building Elements Sarah Jamesson says mid-century furniture is particularly popular right now, having “made a comeback in the interior design world” a few years ago. Many consider Mid-Century Modern to be a timeless trend, so chances are you already own items that match the aesthetic. Sleek platform beds, basic wood nightstands, and sleek glass tables are especially popular, says Vermont Wood Studios. Jameson tells us that these items “could run into the thousands depending on the state.” There are furniture forums dedicated to item pricing, urging potential sellers to consider brand, designer, rarity, and condition.

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Has your child or significant other tried to pick up the guitar only to give up completely? Well, all is not lost: their old instruments might be worth some money now. Jameson tells people to keep an eye out for Fender and Gibson because they’re “brands that could fetch tens of thousands of dollars.” According to Jameson, “It might even be more expensive if it’s in new condition. These brands have remained popular over the years until today, so early designs are very valuable to collectors.”

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Some titles can generate money. Look for newspaper and old magazine clippings of important moments in history. “Iconic magazines with famous people on the cover, special editions and newspaper clippings about important historical events could be worth hundreds,” says Jameson. Many people frame these covers or give them as gifts if they date from a significant date.

On eBay there is a huge market for old newspaper clippings. These collector’s journals are sorted by date, with pre-1900 journals selling the most expensive. Major election titles, royal family moments, and major sports game victories bring in the most money. Antique maps can also be valuable, with entire websites devoted to the collectors who love them.

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Even though Beanie Babies never became investment items as people hoped, some childhood toys fetch big bucks. These nostalgic items can sell for hundreds of dollars, with Redditors looking for specific models, from brands like Legos and Funkos. These toys don’t have to be old. Even toys from the 90s and early 2000s, like Polly Pockets and discontinued Spice Girls games, are now available online for hundreds. Some people feel nostalgic for items they gave up once they got too big and will spend an arm and a leg to get them back.

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It’s time to assess that ancient oil painting passed down from your grandparents. Some Redditors make thousands of dollars a month buying and selling art as a side business. An art dealer on Reddit recommends looking for prints in good condition, “which could be lithographs, etchings, etchings, woodcuts, or woodcuts.” While prints are being made in larger quantities, some are still exclusive. You can charge more for posters, canvas prints, and framed artwork.

Then look for unique and original works of art, which could be even more valuable if the artist is successful today. An example is Margaret Keane’s “Big Eyes” collection, which became popular after a film based on her story. Prints sell for up to $1,000 today.

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Start reselling clothes previously piled up in the garage using resale sites like Poshmark. Poshmark Seller Sculptor from Brittany advises keeping an eye out for seasonal items like sundresses, which are “trendy because it’s only getting warmer.”

Carver says easy-to-wear bohemian dresses in bright colors from trendy brands like Farm Rio, Free People, Zara, Madewell and American Eagle are selling particularly well. “I think these brands are doing so well because of their beautiful prints, their vibrant colors, the quality of their fabrics, their amazing looks, and the ease with which they can be styled,” says Carver.

Carver tells people to start selling by looking at the items you already have and then taking pictures of the items. “Find a flat spot on a wall or a clean area on the floor and take pictures where you have good lighting,” she advises.

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Everything old is new again, including denim trends from high-waisted 70s styles to distressed 90s denim. Vintage jeans are so in vogue right now that teens and millennials are ready to spend a lot of money to find the perfect pair. Carver suggests looking for “light-wash denim jeans,” and especially “vintage, wide-leg, high-rise jeans,” from a classic company like Levi’s, which can potentially outsell a brand-new pair. In Poshmark’s May 2022 Monthly Trend Report, Poshmark’s Merchandising and Custody Expert Chloe Baffert attributes the denim craze to “the exit from the Zoom frame” and the “death of skinny jeans.”

Now that people are returning to brunch in the real world, they’re trading in their athletic hobbies for jeans. And with TikTok users proclaiming that skinny jeans are “over” and “canceled,” people are trying to upgrade their wardrobes with more flattering styles.

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It’s easy to leave old tech gear in a trash can in the garage, but it’s time to take it out again. Headphones are replacing headphones as the latest “tech accessory,” so expect the gear to sell out quickly. “Headphones have come full circle,” says Baffert. While small, almost invisible headphones have been popular for a few years, oversized versions are coming back because they are more comfortable. Look for on-ear statement pieces, which people use to express themselves.

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Michael R. Jackson Talks Weird Loop and More About Little-Known Facts https://russellchatham.com/michael-r-jackson-talks-weird-loop-and-more-about-little-known-facts/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 09:44:01 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/michael-r-jackson-talks-weird-loop-and-more-about-little-known-facts/ Little Known Facts is a weekly podcast hosted by stage and film actress Ilana Levine. With over 250 interviews to date with today’s most famous artists, Levine engages his celebrity guests in intimate conversations that are hilarious, vulnerable, revealing and inspiring. Ilana’s unique brand of celebrity interviewing is called “Truth Podcast” because her conversations are […]]]>

Little Known Facts is a weekly podcast hosted by stage and film actress Ilana Levine. With over 250 interviews to date with today’s most famous artists, Levine engages his celebrity guests in intimate conversations that are hilarious, vulnerable, revealing and inspiring. Ilana’s unique brand of celebrity interviewing is called “Truth Podcast” because her conversations are unfiltered, raw, honest and uniquely funny.

Today’s episode features Michael R. Jackson!

Jackson opened up about his upbringing, A Strange Loop, and more.

“I thought that, at most, I would get a nice off-Broadway production, and that’s what I got,” he said of his expectations for the Tony-winning musical. “So when I came to Playwrights Horizons, I felt like I had hit a home run.”

Listen to the full episode below!

Michael R. Jackson wrote the book, music and lyrics for the 2022 Tony Award winner for Best New Musical – A Strange Loop. It won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics’ Circle winner A Strange Loop (which had its world premiere in 2019 at Playwrights Horizons in association with Page 73 Productions) has been called “a complete laparoscopy of the heart, soul and loins” and a “brave, jubilant musical of contagious melodies” by Ben Brantley for The New York Times. In The New Yorker, Vinson Cunningham wrote: “To watch this show is to enter, by compelling magic and debauched, in an ecstatic and infinitely more colorful version of MC Escher’s famous surrealist lithograph: the hand that rises from the page, becomes almost real, then draws another hand, which returns the favor.” In addition to A Strange Loop, he wrote a book, music and lyrics for White Girl in Danger. Awards and associations include a New Professional Theater Festival Award, a Jonathan Larson Grant, a Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Award, an ASCAP Foundation Harold Adamson Award, a Whiting Award, the Helen Merrill Award for Playwriting, an Outer Critics Circle Award, a Drama Desk Award, an Obie Award, an Antonyo Award, a Fred Ebb Award, a Windham-Campbell Prize and a Dramatists Guild Fellowship. He is an alumnus of the Interstate 73 writers group of Page 73.

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EC’s Long-Awaited Nothing But The Blues Documentary and Soundtrack Now Available https://russellchatham.com/ecs-long-awaited-nothing-but-the-blues-documentary-and-soundtrack-now-available/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 13:50:59 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/ecs-long-awaited-nothing-but-the-blues-documentary-and-soundtrack-now-available/ The 1995 documentary gets a 4K upgrade and remixed audio. The soundtrack includes 17 previously unreleased live performances recorded during the From The Cradle tour. Watch four tracks including “Groanin’ The Blues” and “It Hurts Me Too” below. Eric Clapton’s lifelong passion for the blues shines in nothing but the blues. The film – which […]]]>

The 1995 documentary gets a 4K upgrade and remixed audio. The soundtrack includes 17 previously unreleased live performances recorded during the From The Cradle tour. Watch four tracks including “Groanin’ The Blues” and “It Hurts Me Too” below.

Eric Clapton’s lifelong passion for the blues shines in nothing but the blues. The film – which aired once in the US on PBS in 1995 and was nominated for an Emmy® Award – has been upgraded to 4K for its long-awaited official release. Along with the film, Reprise will release a new soundtrack featuring over an hour of never-before-seen live performances recorded during the legendary backing guitarist’s 1994 tour. From the cradlehis multi-platinum, Grammy®-winning blues album.

Written and produced by Scooter Weintraub and produced by Martin Scorsese, the documentary includes an in-depth interview with Clapton conducted by Scorsese. Throughout the interview, Clapton talks about his love for the blues and the profound impact bluesmen like Muddy Waters and BB King had on his music. Many of these artists (Robert Johnson, Howlin’ Wolf, Buddy Guy, T-Bone Walker) appear in the film through vintage performances, interviews and photographs.

At the heart of both film and audio formats are Clapton’s performances of blues standards and lesser-known blues songs. The CD contains 17 songs; the double 18 LP, and the DVD and Blu-ray each contain 20 songs. Two nights at the Fillmore in San Francisco (November 8 and 9, 1994) were filmed and recorded during his famous From the cradle tour, and highlights from both shows were selected for this release. Likewise, longtime Clapton co-producer Simon Climie remixed the audio for these performances from the original multitrack recordings.

nothing but the blues and the accompanying soundtrack was released on June 24 in multiple formats. The Super Deluxe Edition (US$199.98) includes the documentary on Blu-ray, the soundtrack on 2 LP vinyl and CD, a bonus CD with four additional tracks “Driftin’, “County Jail Blues”, “Kid Man Blues,” and “Too Bad” and an exclusive hardcover book with memorabilia, including a numbered lithograph, 12×24 poster, Clapton guitar string set, custom guitar picks, and an exclusive bandana.

The documentary is available separately on Blu-ray (US$24.99) and DVD (US$19.99). Additionally, the soundtrack will be released as a standalone release on CD ($18.98) and 2 LP vinyl ($34.98 – available July 29) and on digital and streaming services.

Unprecedented live performances on nothing but the blues serve as an essential consideration for From the cradle, which was recorded in the studio. While several songs appear on both (“Motherless Child,” “Standing ‘Round Crying,” and “I’m Tore Down”), the performances are entirely different.

The soundtrack also includes songs that do not appear on From the cradleincluding Jimmy Rogers’ “Blues All Day Long” and Robert Johnson’s “Malted Milk”, as well as the standards “Every Day I Have The Blues” and “Forty-Four”.

Originally released in 1994 by Warner Bros. Records, From the cradle was certified triple platinum in the United States, where it topped the Billboard 200. The album was certified gold and topped the charts to become certified gold, platinum, or multi-platinum in many countries.

JUST BLUE
List of tracks:

CDs & 2-LPs:
01. “The Blues All Day”
02. “Standing ‘Crying in Circles”
03. “Forty-Four”
04. “It Hurts Me Too”
05. “Early Morning”
06. “Five Long Years”
07. “Crossroads”
08. “Malted Milk”
09. “Motherless Child”
10. “How Long”
11. “Reconsider Baby”
12. “Sinners’ Prayer”
13. “Everyday I have the blues”
14. “One day after a while (you’ll be sorry)”
15. “Have you ever loved a woman”
16. “I’m torn”
17. “Moaning Blues”
18. “County Jail Blues” * (exclusive to 2-LP vinyl)

DVD, Blu-Ray, Super Deluxe Edition*
01. “The Blues All Day”
02. “Crying in circles”
03. “Forty-Four”
04. “It Hurts Me Too”
05. “Early Morning”
06. “Five Long Years”
07. “Crossroads”
08. “Malted Milk Blues”
09. “Motherless Child”
10. “How Long the Blues”
11. “Reconsider Baby”
12. “Sinner’s Prayer”
13. “Everyday I have the blues”
14. “Cutsaw”
15. “One day after a while”
16. “Have you ever loved a woman”
17. “I’m torn”
18. “Moan the Blues”
19. “T’Ain’t Nobody’s Business”
20. “Driftin” (bonus track)

* Super Deluxe Edition includes the documentary on Blu-ray, the soundtrack on 2 LP vinyl and CD, and an exclusive hardcover book with memorabilia, including numbered lithograph, 12×24 poster, Clapton guitar string set , custom guitar picks and an exclusive bandana. Also includes a bonus CD with 4 exclusive tracks – ‘Driftin”, ‘County Jail Blues’, ‘Kid Man Blues’ and ‘Too Bad’.

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A Plague Tale: Requiem gets an October release date and 10 minutes of new gameplay https://russellchatham.com/a-plague-tale-requiem-gets-an-october-release-date-and-10-minutes-of-new-gameplay/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 17:17:06 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/a-plague-tale-requiem-gets-an-october-release-date-and-10-minutes-of-new-gameplay/ A Plague Tale: Requiem has received a release date and a new extended gameplay trailer. Asobo Studio’s game, which is the sequel to A Plague Tale: Innocence, will be released on October 18, 2022 on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC and Switch as a cloud version. A new extended gameplay footage, which follows protagonists Amicia […]]]>

A Plague Tale: Requiem has received a release date and a new extended gameplay trailer.

Asobo Studio’s game, which is the sequel to A Plague Tale: Innocence, will be released on October 18, 2022 on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC and Switch as a cloud version.

A new extended gameplay footage, which follows protagonists Amicia and Hugo as they go through a career, can be seen below.

A Plague Tale: Requiem | Extended gameplay trailer

A Collector’s Edition has also been announced, which includes a resin statue, a brooch inspired by Hugo’s quill, three lithographs and a short LP of two titles from the game. This edition will be exclusively available on the online store of the publisher Focus Entertainment.

A Plague Tale: Requiem was first revealed in June 2021 during Microsoft’s E3 conference.

Microsoft has also confirmed that the game will be available on Xbox Game Pass at launch, for console, PC, and cloud.

A Plague Tale: Requiem gets an October release date and 10 minutes of new gameplay

“Following the original game’s epic finale to a harrowing story of resilience, players will embark on the second chapter of the emotional journey,” Asobo communications manager Aurélie Belzanne previously said of Requiem.

“They will follow Amicia and her brother Hugo on a perilous new quest, doing whatever it takes to survive in a brutal and uncaring world.