THE KILLERS 7 Inch Box Set. 2005 UK & US issue Strictly Limited Edition ELEVEN vinyl 7" set, each containing a song from the multi-platinum ‘Hot Fuss’ album, including the singles Mr. Brightside, Somebody Told Me, All These Things That I’ve Done & Smile Like You Mean It with B-Sides featuring exclusive rarities, remixes & more. All housed in the individually numbered picture box which remains sealed within the hype-stickered shrinkwrap.
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QUEEN Disco Hits – Special DJ Copy. Rare 1981 Japanese 6-track promotional only Warner Pioneer label 12" vinyl EP, including Backchat, Dancer, Body Language, Staying Power, Cool Cat & Another One Bites The Dust, with a unique custom red & white title sleeve featuring discography and band portraits on the back. The sleeve has domr minor general wear mostly to the edges, light ringwear and a couple of crease marks, whilst the vinyl has just a couple of very light cosmetic surface scuffs. Although not mint this is still an excellent example and only the third we have ever seen. A bargain with mint copies selling for over double the price.
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Trio “Trio – Mini LP” 1982. Six tracks of minimalist new wave German synth-pop, including the hit song “Da Da Da I Don’t Love You You Don’t Love Me Aha Aha Aha” – the EP has the long version which is just a lot longer and even more repetitive than the original, which first appeared on their debut LP Trio in 1981. “Da Da Da” went to #33 on the US Dance chart and to #2 on the UK singles chart. The repetitiveness of that song (as well as several others on the EP) was intentional; Trio’s “main principle was to remove almost all the ornamentation and polish from their songs, and to use the simplest practical structures (most of their songs were three-chord songs). For this reason, many of their songs are restricted to drums, guitar, vocals, and just one or maybe two other instruments, if any at all. Bass was used very infrequently…” (wiki) The other tracks that employ this formula on the EP are “Anna Let Me In Let Me Out” and “Energie” (which has an identical background beat as “Da Da Da” with a spoken-German introduction before layering over some tropical-flavored guitar effects and rather lo-fi bluesy English-language lyrics). The other three tracks that break from the monotony: “Broken Hearts For You and Me,” which is surprisingly straight-forward classic rock, “Sunday You Need Love Monday Be Alone,” which is a pretty great post-punk rocker, borderline gothic new wave in the vein of early The Cure, and “Ja Ja Ja” which is a breakneck psychobilly punk rocker, complete with hoots and hollers (with a German accent).
Promise – “I’m Not ready For Love” (New Directions) – Sister funk goodness
LED ZEPPELIN Presence. 1979 UK second issue of the 1976 7-track LP on the Swan Song label with ‘Made in the UK’ clearly printed above the record speed [same as the first] with stamp A2 matrix along with ‘ATLANTIC STUDIOS’ hand-etched in the deadwax on the A side, complete with illustrated credits inner with an artist name & title stickered gatefold picture sleeve with embossed titles & Swan Song ‘Apollo’ logo on the reverse. The sleeve displays only light wear and age, the inner has no splits of rips and the vinyl looks barely played.
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Tunde Mabadu – Viva Disco
Mr Bongo – MRBCP170, Afrodisia – DWAPS 2092Format:Vinyl LP, Album, Blue
Released:(Oct 2018 Reissue)
Mr. Bongo Bundle, LP 3/3
First needledrop. Didn’t get to it yesterday, definitely more disco but always through that rich, African lens. Listen for yourselves, your ears are the only critic that matters. Fuck critics, they don’t know better than you do. Listen, like they did. Now your opinion is just as valid.
Tunde Mabadu – Viva Diso – Instrumental