Hey guys I thought this would be fun, I noticed no one made post about their favorite ORIGINAL 45 they own and the one they want the most so heres mine. The Jury - Who Dat? on Port recordsAlso The…Continue
"The Feederz kill. I just got the "Ever Feel like killing you boss?" LP and I can't put it down. Super snotty and offensive.
The Mentally Ill are amazing too. Gacy's place is on KBD 2 and Alt Tentacles put out a…"
"Castaways - liar liar, knickerbockers - lies, Swingin Medallions - Double Shot, Count 5 - psychotic reaction, Trashmen - Surfin Bird, Standells - Dirty Water, Electric Prunes - I had to much to dream. It can go on and on and on."
"Word, that's what I thought would be the way. I'd rather leave it out in the sun. Knowing myself, I'd forget I what I was doing and forget it in the oven. haha. Yeah I got it for like 3 bucks cuz of the warp. It seems pretty much…"
"get yourself two plain heavy glasses. Make a sandwich with the vinyl and then you have two options:- put it in the oven, low temperature and door open for some minutes, always keeping an eye on it
- or in a warm sunny day, make the same and let the…"
Hey guys I guess this would be the best place for this question. I have a really nice copy of The In Crowd - Nothing you do / Midnight Hour on Ronn. It's got a big hump in the middle of it. I'd really like to repair it but have no idea on how to go about doing that without screwin up the record. Any good solutions?
"It's really a hard one to nail down but here's the one's that jump to mind immediately:
Ugly Ducklings - "Nothin". It's a very weird press on Arc records out of Toronto who I believe were the parent company…"
"Mono for DJing, Stereo for home listening. Having to hear a shitty 60's stereo recording in a club sucks, especially bands like Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, and a few Beatles songs are horrid when played in a club. But I do agree stereo…"
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"Sorry , that last paragraph , I was talking about another album , entirely , "Juke Box Music" ,which came out , I think , in 1989."Money Over Love" , I first heard The Sir Douglas Quintet play it live in the Summer of…"
Due to a recent 'cash flow problem,' I can't afford Big Beat's release of "Future" by The Seeds. I have the first two in the series and have posted reviews around the web. But I have seen nothing on the new release of the expanded third Seeds album. I'm dying here, folks.Could someone please review or point me to a review of "Future?" Thanks!See More
"I'm surprised those songs even charted THAT high. I lived in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. It was a big music market , with three competing Rock stations on FM. If a record was a hit , but could still be considered "Rock" , it got…"
(artist/song/album/label/Cancon);1. The Vogues ~ 5 O'Clock World ~ Super Box Of Rock (comp) ~ Dominion2. James Cotton ~ Honky Tonk ~ Late Night Blues ~ Justin Time3. Al Harris & The Nite Trane ~ Walk Don't Run ~ Canadian Instrumentals ~ CBC ~ cc4. Bill Haley & The Saddlemen ~ Rocket 88 ~ Box Set ~ Proper5. James Cotton ~ Rocket 88 ~ Late Night Blues ~ Justin Time6. Bill Haley & The Comets ~ Thirteen Women ~ Box Set ~ Proper7. The Ventures ~ Walk Don't Run ~ Best Of ~ EMI8. James…See More
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