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          • Copeland - Eat, Sleep, Repeat - Vinyl
            2014, Vinyl LP, Limited Edition, Reissue, Repress, Clear, 180 Gram
            SRC Vinyl, US, SRC018
            Shipped From
            Saint Louis, MO, US
            63
            $29.99
            NM
            NM
            New, unsealed item. Has red tracklist hype sticker on sleeve. Clear vinyl.
          • Copeland - Eat, Sleep, Repeat - CD
            2006, Compact Disc Enhanced
            The Militia Group, US, TMG049-2
            Shipped From
            Bend, OR, US
            43
            $1.97
            NM
            VG+
            "earnest-sounding alternative rock band"-All Music. Listen to audio clip. CD looks good, sleeve has line thru' bar code. ||||||||||||||stored-SMOKE-FREE|grading-HONEST|seller-FRIENDLY:)|purchase-ALWAYS SHIPS IN 2 BIZ DAYS(FREE USA SHIPPING FOR 3+ITEMS)|shop-1,200+ RELEASES TO DISCOVER!
          • Copeland - Eat, Sleep, Repeat - CD
            2006, Compact Disc Enhanced
            The Militia Group, US, TMG049-2
            Shipped From
            Bend, OR, US
            43
            $3.97
            NM
            M
            Earnest alt-rock band from Florida. Cool packaging. Disc includes bonus vid'. ||||||||||||||stored>SMOKE-FREE|grading>;HONEST |seller>FRIENDLY:)|purchase>ALWAYS SHIPS IN 2 BIZ DAYS(FREE USA SHIPPING FOR 3+ITEMS)|shop>;1,200+ RELEASES TO DISCOVER!
          • Copeland - Eat, Sleep, Repeat - CD
            2006, Compact Disc
            The Militia Group, US, TMG 049-2
            Shipped From
            Chula Vista, CA, US
            49
            $9
            NM
            NM
          • Copeland - Eat, Sleep, Repeat - CD
            2006, Compact Disc
            The Militia Group, US, TMG049-2
            Shipped From
            Telford, PA, US
            70
            $9
            VG
            X
            disc has some more minor scratches. Case is weird and has a sticky part to keep it shut, which has torn up a bit of where it sits. The girl on the cover is diecut. Nice sleek weird album