Thursday, February 16, 2017
Buffalo Springfield is the self-titled debut album by folk rock band Buffalo Springfield, released in late 1966.
It was originally released in both mono and stereo versions as Atco (SD) 33-200,
but when the single "For What It's Worth" became a hit, the album was re-released as Atco (SD) 33-200A adding it but dropping "Baby Don't Scold Me". "Baby Don't Scold Me" has never been reissued in stereo: all CD releases feature only the mono mix.The album was produced by the group's managers, Charles Greene and Brian Stone, each of whom had minimal experience as a record producer, and the band was generally unhappy with the sound of the album and felt that it didn't reflect the intensity of their live shows
The band asked Atco for time to re-record the album, but the label, not wanting to miss the Christmas holiday season, insisted that the record be released as it was.
However, the label did give Stills and Young permission to personally mix the mono version of the LP themselves, and Buffalo Springfield have long insisted that their mono version was superior to the stereo version.
Monday, February 13, 2017
ZZ Top's First Album is the debut studio album by the American rock band ZZ Top. It was produced by manager Bill Ham, and was released on January 16, 1971, on London Records.
Establishing their attitude and humor, ZZ Top incorporated boogie, hard rock, heavy metal and Southern rock influences into their sound.
Thematically, the album is lively, playful and at times brash, filled with the band's personal experiences and sexual innuendos that became central to the group's image.
Seeking inspiration from Fleetwood Mac, ZZ Top began recording the album at Robin Hood Studios in Tyler, Texas.
Only one single was released from the album and failed to appear on the Billboard charts.
In 1987, this album was remixed for CD release. This is off the original vinyl.. I've not heard the remixed version of the album so cant compare how much has changed but hey Leave well alone i Say....
Wish theyd have stayed making blues rock instead of stadium fodder but o well $ beckons
Saturday, February 11, 2017
In 1977 he released an eponymous album, which was certified gold in Australia. The single, "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue", a cover version of the Bob Dylan song, also reached the top five in Australia in 1977
2 other songs were released as singles
This is classed as his debut album when in fact it is his second.
His real debut remained unreleased until 2016.
Back Row In The Stalls was finally released 2016
This edition contains 7 bonus tracks
Thursday, February 9, 2017
The Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1 is the debut album by the supergroup Traveling Wilburys and was recorded and released in 1988 to commercial success and critical acclaim.
Hit number 4 in album charts here.
2 singles Handle with Care & Heading for the Light were big sellers and have been staples on alot of radio stations here.
This was the only album to feature Roy Orbison
Roy Orbison died of a heart attack on December 6, 1988. In tribute to Orbison, the music video for "End of the Line" shows Orbison's guitar rocking in a chair as the rest of the group play, followed by a brief shot focusing on a framed picture of him. Despite Orbison's death, the remaining group members recorded a second and final studio album, which they intentionally misnumbered Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
This 40-Track / 2CD set captures Sandy at her most intimate as she runs through stripped down arrangements of songs with Strawbs, Fairport Convention, Fotheringay, The Bunch and from her 4 solo albums.
NOTE These are stripped down versions not the originals
Sandy Denny was an English singer-songwriter who was lead singer for the folk rock band Fairport Convention. Denny joined Fairport Convention in 1968, remaining with them until 1969. She formed the short-lived band Fotheringay in 1970, before focusing on a solo career. Between 1971 and 1977, Denny released four solo albums: The North Star Grassman and the Ravens, Sandy, Like an Old Fashioned Waltz, and Rendezvous.She also duetted with Robert Plant on "The Battle of Evermore" for Led Zeppelin's album Led Zeppelin IV in 1971.Music publications Uncut and Mojo have called Denny Britain's finest female singer-songwriter. Her composition "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?" has been recorded by Judy Collins, Nina Simone, 10,000 Maniacs and Cat Power.
'I’ve Always Kept A Unicorn is the best album that Sandy Denny never made.
.Exclusive to this set are 3 demos from the original recording sessions for the 1972 Bunch album, “Rock On” including a beautiful duet with Linda Thompson on Phil Everly’s “When Will I Be Loved” and Buddy Holly’s “Love Made A Fool Of You” and “Learning The Game”.
Monday, February 6, 2017
Charles Weedon Westover — better known to the public as Del Shannon. Shannon wrote or co-wrote much of his own material, which was unusual for a rock performer back then.
Shannon was many years ahead of his time, He never imitated anybody, and he never sounded like anybody but Del Shannon.
There always was a strain of hurt, loss, and betrayal in his songs, the product of pulling inspiration out of the dark corners of his being.
He rarely used the word “love” in his lyrics. “I usually write when I’m in a great place,” he once explained. “When I’m depressed, I don’t usually write. So I take all of when I’m depressed and throw it into when I’m feeling good. Weird, I guess.Shannon took his own life in 1990 he was 55. he was suffering from depression
Shannon was inducted post humously into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999
Although not an exhaustive anthology of Shannon's works, certainly the best representative collection that I have ever seen for one of the most underrated and influential artist of the 1960s.
This CD spans Shannon's nearly 30 year career covering his highs and some. . .well, not so highs (witness his version of the Stone's "Under My Thumb").
Although, his stereo versions of classics such as "Runaway" and "Hats off to Larry" not to mention rare tracks like his remake of Runaway for the 1980s TV show "Crime Story" are incredible finds.
Shannon was truly a man ahead of his time, and his music in stereo only further shows how unique his music was.
This collection certainly has a good representative mix of songs throughout his career.
disc 1 1961-1967
disc 2 1968 - 1990
Tracks 1, 2, 4, 7, 10, 11, 18, 19, 21, 23 from CD1 are Rare Stereo Versions.
Saturday, February 4, 2017
My parents were huge fans of this guy.
I bought this mainly for the song Rachel,a classic Australian anti-Vietnam war protest songs from 1970, sung by the sublime Russell Morris and written by Raymond Froggert.The other songs are also good but Rachel is the song I love
Russell Morris is an Australian singer/songwriter, who had five Australian top ten singles during the late 1960s and early 1970s.His most famous sales wise was "The Real Thing" which is is now considered one of the very best psychedelic rock singles produced in the 1960s .It reached Australia's number one spot in June 1969 and without any promotional support, reached number one in Chicago, Houston, and New York.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
One of my fav bands from the early 80s were The St3ray C3ats
Stray Cats were an American rockabilly band formed in 1979 by guitarist and vocalist Brian Setzer, double bassist Lee Rocker, and drummer Slim Jim Phantom in the Long Island town of Massapequa, New York. The group had numerous hit singles in the UK, Australia, Canada and the U.S. including "Stray Cat Strut", "(She's) Sexy + 17", "Look at That Cadillac," "I Won't Stand in Your Way", "Bring it Back Again", and "Rock This Town", which the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has listed as one of the songs that shaped rock and roll
This is their 3rd album long deleted
Not as popular as their first 2 but still as good.I was lucky in 2008 I saw them live. OUTSTANDING
The album featured the No. 5 hit " Sexy + 17" and Top 40 hit "I Won't Stand in Your Way."
Friday, January 27, 2017
Found this for $2.50 in bargain bin @ local music shop
Shakin' Stevens was the most successful UK singles chart performer of the 1980s with over 60 appearances on Top of the Pops. His massive No1 hits feature on The Shakin Stevens Collection include the likes of "Oh Julie", "Merry Christmas Everyone", "Green Door" and "This Ole House"--songs that cemented his place as one of the best-loved artists of the last 35 years. Also included is his duet with Bonnie Tyler."Rockin Good Way which was a huge hit here in NZ (along with Green Door of which I love hahahahha
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25 stonking tracks
Monday, January 23, 2017
Showpeople is the debut album by UK singer Mari Wilson.
It was released in 1983 and featured her breakthrough hit
"Just What I Always Wanted"
In early 1982, Wilson had achieved minor success with two singles, "Beat the Beat" and "Baby It's True", but it was in September that she broke through to top ten success when "Just What I Always Wanted" became a No.8 hit. The song sparked media interest in Wilson due to her 1960s image (in particular her beehive hairstyle) and retro sound. She was also keen to promote her backing band, The Wilsations, who received joint credit on the album. This was followed up with the more modest hit "(Beware) Boyfriend", but a cover of "Cry Me a River" returned her to the top 30. Alongside this fifth single came the debut album, which also charted well, by reaching No.24 in the UK. One more single was released from the album afterwards; "Wonderful (To Be With)", which proved to be Wilson's final top 75 entry.
Sorry for not posting over last week or so. Storms, Torrential rain , power cuts, flooding o and SNOW in middle of summer has prevented me from being online much......
Martha and the Muffins are a Canadian new wave band, active from 1977 to the present.Although they only had one major international hit single, "Echo Beach", (Covered by Toyah in 1987 on her Desire album) under their original band name, they had a number of hits in their native Canada,and the core members of the band also charted in Canada and internationally as M + M.
Far Away in Time was a 1987 CD compilation of tracks by Martha and the Muffins. The compilation consisted of Metro Music (the band's first album) in its entirety (tracks 1-10), plus four tracks from Trance and Dance (tracks 12-15), two tracks from This is the Ice Age (tracks 16-17), and the non-album single "Insect Love
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
2 CD collection that chronicles the development of Electronic music in terms of music, technology and culture from it's earliest roots in the late 1950s to the present day.
Includes tracks from Roxy Music, Can, Tangerine Dream, Duran Duran, Daft Punk, Depeche Mode, Inner City and many others
Some real classics on this.has a companion remix album which i'm STILL waiting for it to arrive. all this technology but physical shite takes forever to still get anywhere
Sunday, January 15, 2017
Wayne County & the Electric Chairs were part of the first wave of punk bands from the 1970s. The band was headed by Georgia transgender woman, Wayne County,who later changed her name to Jayne County.
Wayne County played 'Lounge Lizard" in the first punk rock film, Derek Jarman's Jubilee, and the band performed "Paranoia Paradise" which also appeared on the Jubilee Soundtrack album,
Though she has never been a commercial success, she has been an influence on a number of musicians including David Bowie, the Ramones, Patti Smith, Pete Burns and Lou Reed and many of County's songs have become well-known, including "Are You Man Enough to Be a Woman", "Fuck Off", "Stuck on You," and "Night Time".
Pianist Jools Holland's first studio outing was with County on her single "Fuck Off". She also appeared as an actress at Andy Warhol's Factory.This is the remastered edition with a bonus EP
Sunday, January 8, 2017
Beautiful Maladies: The Island Years is a Tom Waits compilation album, consisting of 23 previously released songs from his years recording with Island Records, most notably from the albums Swordfishtrombones, Rain Dogs, Big Time and Franks Wild Years.
The tracks were selected by Tom Waits.
The album was released in 1998, but represents Waits's output from 1983 to 1993.
Friday, January 6, 2017
After years of drug addiction this classic album was released in 1981. There are 2 versions of this album...This is the first , apparently she sold the masters for $4000 to score drugs, and then re recorded the entire album again.This is an unknown masterpiece
She covers Bowie's Heroes and released that as a single but it didnt go anywhere.
Such a tragic waste Nico was. Anyhow this is the 2003 remaster which includes out takes from the album.
Pressed on 180 gm Vinyl
Monday, January 2, 2017
best way to cure hangover etc etc etc is to
GET BACK ON THAT BIKE >>>>>
have some more bahahahahaha
2017....... will TRUMP set off his nukes?
Ya might as well keep on partying :P
Sunday, January 1, 2017
Happy new year to you all:.- sorry its late ,( puppy ate something again and off to vets (that was my daytime when i was gonna finish all these discs) - god that dog is gonna bankrupt me ) so sucks but it has to be midnightsh new yrs eve somewhere right?? hahahahaha.
Anyhow better late than never....
10 discs.All put together by me of some of my fav songs,,,, alot rare stuff. old skool :)
Here are the first 5 discs of my fav songs
Rest 2moro I hope. I so need sleep :P.... u see i was online @ 11-55pm on Facebook and dealing with conspiracy nutters hahaha and then it was oh hell its 3am i need sleep . so thats why im late with this
I'll post rest 2moro
Everything from 60s-late 90s. MOSTLY New Wave though with some classic house , Classic Disco and Classic Pop < most of them are in their original 12" ers.
Friday, December 30, 2016
RIP Sir. you made music that will ENDURE (I hated WHAM!) but on his own as he matured he made some classics and this album is 1
His 3rd solo album released in 1996. Over 5 years had passed since his last release .George spent 3 years making this album and all the time while making this masterpiece was also spent fighting SONY over his recording contract.6 singles were released from this. Jesus to A Child is his best period. a very mature album
This is a Vinyl RIP. I see on discogs the macgreedys have upped the sale price of this album on vinyl to thousands of $$$$. SERIOUSLY??? HAVE SOME RESPECT
Anyhow it is the 30th December 2016 and this year has been fatally cruel in some of the biggest icons on the planet to have passed on.& keith richards still lives!!! :P . and I have a compilation to put together for tomorrows post NEW YEARS EVE.
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
1994 album from a great band.
3 huge singles from this album.
Produced by Martyn Ware of Heaven 17.
Not a bad ditty on this.
IMO this was the 2nd best album followed by Erasure Erasure. and after that nah i stopped listening. i have got every CD though hahahahaha just aint got round to listening.
Still njoy this album. and Ill do my best to post New Years Eve. A collection of party songs so u can dance ya asses off and drink and get absolutely shitfaced bahahahaha NO promises but ill try hahahahahha
Sunday, December 25, 2016
a bit of history regarding this album. first released as Dreamchild in 1994
In 1997, the album was reissued by Receiver Records with a bonus tack from the Eternity (Madhatter sessions and renamed to Phoenix,
This album sees Toyah cascade her distinctive, purring vocals over a framework of ethereal electronica. Whilst Dreamchild is most definitely an ambient/dance album, it was born out of a proposed stage musical, Cindy X , also authored by Mike Bennett who produced this album. Toyah had virtually NO input into the songs
In 1997, the album was reissued by Receiver Records as Phoenix,
featuring an additional track of the same name taken from the otherwise unreleased "Eternity (Madhatter)" sessions, and radically different artwork. and in 2010 it was re released again with 5 bonus tracks. (i have ordered it last week) . This is the 97 release with 1 bonus song
Anyhow enjoy this album. such a radical departure for Toyah . I just wish she'd do more dance albums. World of Tension is my fav song from this.
Anyhows Merry Xmas eat be merry and get ready for 2017
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
The Dreaming is the fourth studio album by the English singer Kate Bush, released in 1982 via EMI Records. Recorded over two years, the album was produced entirely by Bush and is often characterized as her most unconventional and experimental release.
Bird impersonator Percy Edwards provided sheep noises on the title song. disgraced Rolf Harris plays the didgeridoo on the recording
Under rated and criminally ignored, this album is a natural stepping stone to her masterpiece Hounds Of Love. def not for everyone I act like it cos it is different to anything Bush had done before and since
Thursday, December 15, 2016
A Secret Life is the twelfth studio album by English singer Marianne Faithfull. It was released on 21 March 1995 by Island Records. The album marked her first studio release composed mostly of original material in over a decade. Faithfull collaborated with American composer Angelo Badalamenti after his work on the television series Twin Peaks. Influenced by her interest in classical music, A Secret Life was a musical departure from her previous work and displayed a more tender side to her voice. The album combines bittersweet vocals with atmospheric and often gloomy tunes,Sleep,Flaming September,Losing and The Stars Line Up are chillingly beautiful. Marianne's torn voice tells us of despair and regret .The album's only sore point is The Wedding,which sounds rather irrelevant and out of place with the rest of the mood/
Bored By Dreams was released as a single and failed to chart
Tis a good album but not for everyone.
Sunday, December 11, 2016
Go is the eleventh studio album, and twelfth album overall, by American rock singer Pat Benatar, released in the summer of 2003.Go" has Benatar returning to her rock roots, and overall is one her best albums in over a decade. Unfortunately apart from greatest hits compilations this is her last recorded output of new material.Best album since Wide awake in dreamland... couple hits n misses.. but that cos im unsure where and what she was doin or what she was aiming for like on Out Of the Ruins Album is now deleted and a reissue seems unlikely and commands pretty high prices.
Thursday, December 8, 2016
Superb album from one of rocks greatest vocalists & show a different side & range of Graham Bonnets talents.
Remastered & expanded.
It’s easy to see why Ritchie Blackmore chose him to join Rainbow.
No Bad Habits has Graham in a more playful & pop mood. Again featuring a couple of classic covers in the forms of Bob Dylans I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
as well as the Bee Gees Warm Ride, which was released as a single.Warm Ride is one of the best pop songs ever written and Bonnett is the only person who can sing this song altho written by the Bee Gees it is HIS SONG.There are 5 bonus tracks on this. Superb remastering and 2 of the bonus tracks are long versions of Warm Ride you get extended *Rock version and a Disco mix of Warm Ride. bahahahahah . Only reason I bought it
Friday, December 2, 2016
Fresh from session work on Marianne Faithfull's Broken English in 79, Winwood set about recording this great album.It was released in 1980
In 2012 this iconic album was reissued as a deluxe package
Meticulously remastered and with a 2 Disc of alternative takes and a interview with Winwood himself.
Classic album. 1 of my all time favs. Every track is a masterpiece
Sunday, November 27, 2016
Soft Cell are Marc Almond and Dave Ball
The Twelve Inch Singles is a 3 CD set featuring original 12" mixes by Soft Cell.
The album was originally released as a vinyl box set in 1982.
It was re-released on CD format in 1999 (with a slightly revised version reissued in 2001).
So many classic mixes here
If you dont end up dancing to @ least 1 song off this hahah u r dead
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
At last a 2 CD Anthology in chronological order of MOST of the singles.
Some of the trax included here were b sides like Hard Times,You Remind Me Of Gold so I am a bit puzzled as to why it is included.. Hard times was a popular track in the clubs and b side to Love Action...so that 1 does belong on this but not YRMOG.
Also some of the mixes here are previously unreleased..They could have just used the original 7" singles.... and fitted way more tracks on the discs hahahaha. Anyhow the songs sound as great as they did when first released..and show what a great band they were & still are
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
well after the absolute hell we in New Zealand have experienced in the past week, storms, tornadoes and thousands of aftershocks and still after shocks today, life has to go on and i am back.
righto here's BANANARAMA
This, their second album, Bananarama was a more socially conscious effort. than their debut Deep Sea Diving. 4 singles Cruel Summer Robert De Niros waiting Rough Justice, Hotline to Heaven,shows the group wanted to be taken more seriously, so wrote songs that focused on heavier topics:
This is the 2013 Deluxe Edition 2CD which came with a bonus dvd..
Monday, November 14, 2016
Spent ages on this , cleaned up as good as I can get it. No release on CD or any other media since the vinyl and tape came out
To those who dont have a clue think of early 80s funky Gary Numan only better bahahahahahah anyhow njoy and ill b bk when the earth settles down and stops shakin my feckin house
Sorry re no posts for a week or so.. inbetween bad internet conmnection , idiots stuffin up cables needed to get online and half of my town havin no net , problem was resolved yesterday BUT then a 7.8 quake struck @ 12-02 am this morning...
have exp hundreds of after shocks since then.. stressed out and worn out.. #hadenough
has been no shake here for 1 and half hours i now have time to post this. had spent 4 days ripping and cleaning this album up,,, hoped to have posted it on thrusday.. but finally here it is
ill be back as soon as the earth stops shaking
Monday, November 7, 2016
7 classic singles + a Peel session is included in this offering...
The John Peel session tracks on disc 8 were recorded on 30th November 1977 for the John Peel Show on BBC Radio 1. First Transmission Date: 12th December 1977. Recorded at Studio 4, BBC Maida Vale.
I have also included as a sep link, the 4 track EP of Paul Hardcastle's remixes of Dury's classic songs
Paul Hardcastle's EP
Friday, November 4, 2016
while ago i posted Gary Numan the mix- this album is also remixed by the same producers that did said album.
13 classic AFOS tracks (2 songs r repeated twice) .Some work some dont. ill leave that judgement to you peeps hahaha.
Wishing IMO is 1 of the best on this disc, it aint as madass as the rest bahahahah. and to dance to this? yud have to be on something maja .
2 too many mixes of Space age Love Song & I ran..... still they could release a album of covers and I would buy it cos fans do that :P
Monday, October 31, 2016
Their 3rd album . while other artists in UK were tryin to copy ABC lexicon of love blueprrint the band had moved on,this album was influenced by Shannon, Grandmaster Flash & Malcolm X cos that is the music Fry & Co were lsitening to att.,it was their pure intention to make a synthetic machine made album and this was it. IT was also their biggest seller in the US. u couldnt get it here unless u paid big $ at the time for imported copy.It IS better than Beauty STab, that is crap
this is the 2005 remaster with 8 bonus songs
Saturday, October 29, 2016
hard to follow the last post. really is but here is another rare posting,
Their 2nd album and just as strong as their first,altho heading towards sequenced dance music (their 3rd Race went for metal bahahah)
First released in November 1985 down under, the rest of the world had to wait and would get a re recorded album inc their cover of that bloody Funkytown in 1987.+ re recorded tracks from Autumnal Park.the re-recorded release?, It is crap it really is.
This is the original Cd from 85, 3 singles were lifted from this album
2 Pseudos had departed when this album was underway and the band with new members moved towards programmin and sequencing. A solid effort on their sophomore effort, money and success was waiting jus down road in shape of Ftown. we wont go there...
This orig CD goes for pretty good $ on Discogs. I paid $4 for this hahahah
Thursday, October 27, 2016
feckin gutted i am < words fail me
A real ICON has left the planet.32 yrs since i first heard the song u were remembered for and i hated hahaha but i grew to handle the jandle bahahhaha. Always bought your albums and still have em all.
Hauled this out yesterday and burnt it to my pootah
Have included all tracks on LP as single files and those who want it as it is mixed/sequed *** side 1 & 2.the mixes on this album aint avail anywhere else. they were specially remixed by DOA for this album
Also included freshly ripped from Evolution dvd is the **live* concert from 1987 that was released about same time as the album way bk when times were nicer and more fun
RIP PETE BURNS. YOU WONT BE FORGOTTEN....
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Mange Tout is the second album by the British synthpop duo Blancmange.
Released in May 1984, it was Blancmange's most successful album, peaking at number 8 in the UK album chart and was certified Gold
- tis aint even 1/100th as good as their debut- SELLOUTS bahahahahaha
Remastered and expanded to 2 discs.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
In 1993 Visage's biggest hit was remixed along with the reissue of Fade To Grey The Singles Collection. The 12" was removed and IMO wrecked a pretty good comp and put on Bassheads 7" remix of FTG....anything i guess for Polydor to make a quick buck. b'stards
The mixes on here do actually breathe new life into the song. esp track 6 which is my fav remix, and not avail on cd singles only on the 12: vinyl.
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Released about a year after Time Capsule, Nude on the Moon: The B-52's Anthology is a two-CD compilation album containing 35 remastered songs recorded by The B-52's between the years 1979 and 1998.Much more comprehensive in chronological order
This compilation includes live recordings of "Quiche Lorraine" and "Whammy Kiss", and a previously unreleased outtake version of "Queen of Las Vegas".although Meet The Flintstones isnt on this.... Id have removed Whammy Kiss live and thrown that 1 in cos its a good song. Roccos Modern life theme also didnt make the cut to this comp either. grrrr
Rhino have done a fine job of remastering this compilation.
Monday, October 10, 2016
expanded remastered . this is the full concert .
one of the greatest albums of all times apparently , its ok but i prefer their earlier double live lp hahahha
out of the bonus songs u get a tom tom club song ... others span from talking heads 77 to speaking in tongues.
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Their first release on a major label but 4th album overall
1 of the greatest albums of all time
Six newly recorded versions and a rare B-side ( That Philly Thing ) join No Particular Place to Go; Bad to the Bone; Blue Highway; It's a Sin; New Boogie Chillun , and more!
Remastered in 2007. 25 anniv edition
Sunday, October 2, 2016
Stuffed this one up hahah sorry .. as it was kindly pointed out to me. cheers .re done and re upped.thanks for the headup on my mistake .. one shouldnt upload in the state i was in hahahahhaahaha.
In 1987 ZZ released this EP of 12" dance mixes. as newfound popularity hit them as in the success of Legs on the dance floor & the top 40 world wide they went out on a world tour and so they released this special tour edition EP of dance mixes. it was the only time i ever bought a record of theirs hahahah. Has never been re released on cd single or anything so enjoy. sorry took so long like 5 days hahaha but worth it i think
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Her last great album released way back in 88 kids.What I have always loved re Benatar was the fact her albums were and still are always much more than her singles will ever be
This b a Vinyl rip. took me days to get this right hahaha Aint 1 to brag but am happy with the overall result.
Cerebral Man is a outstanding track.Dont Walk Away is another, hell apart from All Fired Up,which I got tired of real quick due to overplay on the radio,, this is one my fav albums of hers
Monday, September 26, 2016
I only bought this cos Singular Adventures features the full length 12" versions, alongside some album tracks,I really detest single versions of a classic song IF there the album version is longer running time. pedantic?maybe bahahahha. Anyhow this band were big here in little ol NZ, The Jam were big here also BUT diff being joe public loved the Style Council and the Jam were more for the alt. mod crowd.I like both bands equally and Paul Weller is a frackin GOD hahahaha
Friday, September 23, 2016
Argybargy is a 1980 album by the British new wave group Squeeze.
It would be the last album featuring founding member Jools Holland until Squeeze's first reunion album, 1985's Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti.
The original album is on the first disc and is supplemented by nine bonus tracks including the two from the 1997 reissue/remaster plus Pretty One, Farfisa Beat,Going Crazy, Library Girl, an early version of Someone Else's Heart and an early working version of If I Didn't Love You.
Disc 2 is a live concert from Hammersmith Odeon in 1980
Great band Great album. If you think all they ever did was Cool for Cats pull your head out your A$$ hahahahah
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
The 1980 definite and pioneering DEVO release that inspired an international New Wave movement. 2009 remaster
One of the most important and recognizable post punk albums ever produced in contemporary American music.Remastered from the original analog tapes includes "DEV-O LIVE" EP with Girl U Want, Whip It, and Gates Of Steel. and a hidden bonus track Turn Around.
I love this album and it is one of the my top 100 fav albums of all time....
Monday, September 19, 2016
No Man's Land is the third studio album by Lene Lovich, released on November 13, 1982 by Stiff Records. It is her last album to be released on the Stiff Records label. The album is produced by Lovich and Les Chappell. It contains songs from her previously released extended play, Flex since the album was planned to be already released in 1981, but was postponed following the disagreements with the record company. No Man's Land received mixed reviews from the music critics and was a less commercial success compared to her previous albums. Remastered with bonus tracks. I like this album.. her first 3 albums are masterpieces and I own em! One can only sing Lucky number and churn out clones of that bloody song for so long bahahahahaha
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Back in 1979 Gary Numan WAS (Still is) the electronic maestro.
He singlehandedly spearheaded the electronic revolution which gave rise to the New Romantics.His name was like the forbidden amongst that crowd.the mere mention of his name was the ultimate sin hahahah anyhow when he decided to retire from music industry he gave a series of concerts. My late Mom took me to his CHRISTCHURCH gig. FANTASTIC is all I can say. He has lasted longer than any of those **Blitz Kids* who by the mid 80s were walkin round with drippin makeup running down their visages :P and thinkin they were still *IT** anyhow rant over hahahaha. The concerts were recorded and released on tape & vinyl.I had so many copies of this album on tape and vinyl. In 2005 however FINALLY he released this stunner on CD!. Discogs is my home. so many treasures @ great prices! Micomusic is the name of this album on DVD!
Link 1 is both discs broken up into individual tracks.
Link 2 is both discs as 2 files as theyre meant to be heard.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Released 1 album. 4 or 5 singles.. this was re released by Cherry Pop in 2007 containing 9 extra songs and renaming it to the best of Haysi Fantayzee!???. Haysi Fantayzee were formed in 1981 and consisted of Jeremy Healy who was a Blitzkid/club regular and Kate Garner, who fronted the "band" and Garner's boyfriend songwriter producer/manager Paul Caplin.The band released four singles in 1982 and 1983: "John Wayne is Big Leggy", "Holy Joe", "Shiny Shiny", and "Sister Friction", and an album, Battle Hymns For Children Singing.
The original plan had been for Garner to perform alone although the group never actually performed live. The band made a crude video performance. The song John Wayne is Big Leggy was banned cos of its ref to anal sex.. That is included here along with some extended mixes of it and shiny shiny which is the song theyre most known for. agh the 80s eh bahahahhaah
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Discovered by some geezer who was in a band called The Pretenders???, busking,, this band were invited to play a set supporting some band called the Pretenders :P bk in the 80s
This is the debut album by Violent Femmes. Mostly recorded in July 1982, the album was released by Slash Records in April 1983.In 2002, Rhino Records remastered the album, filled out the disc's length with demos, and added another disc of live tracks and a radio interview for a 20th anniversary special edition,36 trax in all peeps .Violent Femmes is the band's most successful album to date and went platinum eight years after its release. The album achieved a unique feat by going gold, four years after its release, without having yet made an appearance on Billboard's Top 200 album chart.
One of my top 100 albums.. Add It Up is 1 of my personal favs of all time hahahaha my mother burnt my first copy of this, she was so square @ times hahahahah O and the song appeared on premiere of season 3 of The 100 tv show :P
Saturday, September 10, 2016
Architecture & Morality is the third album by British band Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, ....
Architecture & Morality is def their masterpiece.- period
This is the 2007 remaster which comes with a bonus dvd which includes a live concert from 1981. along with the 3 singles/videos released from from this seminal masterpiece...