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Damned - Machine Gun Etiquette
(Teichiku TECI-20065 Jap-01 200:-)

Two years after their debut and a year after they'd split up, the Damned became the first punk band to make a comeback. Their timing was great; two years being a very long time on the UK music scene, a "second wave" of punk was getting underway. The Damned shocked critics and fans alike by releasing an album as good as their first!

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Dead can Dance - Toward the Within
(4AD VADD-4015 UK-94 200:-)

TOWARD THE WITHIN is a live album, but don't let that persuade you not to buy it. Most of the tracks here (11 of 15) are not on any of the group's studio records, and all of them are flat-out spectacular. This is one of the band's best albums, live or otherwise.

This is the limited edition box, containing both the CD and VHS with slightly different tracklisting. The VHS comes in an extra slipcase. Includes a 6-page booklet. Limited edition of 8,000.
Depeche Mode - Sounds of the Universe
(Mute 099969-577628 EU-09 500:-)

Eclectic and energized, SOUNDS OF THE UNIVERSE is Depeche Mode's most dazzling and diverse album in decades. Recorded in Santa Barbara and New York, the band returned to using a lot of vintage gear, from analogue synthesizers to drum machines, in order to conjure up the retro-futuristic arrangements featured on the album. Lyrically the release contains many of the group's enduring obsessions plus more overt black humor than any of their previous collections.

This limited 4 Disc (three CDs + DVD) edition includes two 84 page books with lyrics and exclusive album and studio session photography, two exclusive enamel badges, poster and five artcards sealed in a collectors envelope with certificate of authenticity.


DISC TWO contains studio tracks not available on the album plus remixes.

DISC THREE includes demos from different stages of the band's career.

The DVD contains behind the scenes footage on the making of the album, the video clip for 'Wrong' and more.
Derek & the Dominos - Layla Sessions
(Polygram 422-847083-2 US-90 275:-)

This box set was digitally remixed and remastered by Bill Levenson and Steve Rinkoff at The Power Station, New York from May to June 1990. Includes a 16-page booklet with session notes, annotations and an essay by Gene Santoro. By digitally remixing and remastering these sessions, the producers have resurrected one of Eric Clapton's greatest achievements, his instrumental and songwriting peak. Musically, Clapton was inspired by his new rhythm section and challenged by fellow guitar hero Duane Allman, whose torrid slide guitar makes blues blasts like "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" and "Key to the Highway" so compelling. And from the classic title song (with drummer Jim Gordon's famous piano coda) to riveting performances of "Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad," "Have You Ever Loved a Woman," and Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing," each and every metaphor is etched in blood and longing, framed in wailing guitars.
Dinosaur Jr - You're Living all over Me
(Imperial TECI-24426 Jap-07 225:-)

A blitzkrieg fusion of hardcore punk, Sonic Youth-style noise freak-outs, heavy metal, and melodic hard rock in the vein of Neil Young, You're Living All Over Me was a turning point in American underground rock & roll. With its thin, unbalanced mix, the album sounds positively menacing and edgy — Lou Barlow's bass barrels forward over Murph's clanking drums, with J Mascis' guitar twisting pummeling riffs and careening, occasionally atonal solos. It established guitar heroics as a part of indie rock, bringing the noise of Sonic Youth into more conventional song structures.

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Dire Straits - Communiqué
(Universal UICY-93728 Jap-08 225:-)

Rushed out less than nine months after the surprise success of Dire Straits' self-titled debut album, the group's sophomore effort seemed little more than a carbon copy of its predecessor with less compelling material. Mark Knopfler and co. had established a sound (derived largely from J J Cale) of laid-back shuffles and intricate, bluesy guitar playing, and Communiqué provided more examples of it.

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Doobie Brothers - Minute by Minute
(Warner WPCR-12356 Jap-06 175:-)

With Tom Johnston gone from the lineup because of health problems, this is where the "new" Doobie Brothers really make their debut, with a richly soulful sound throughout and emphasis on horns and Michael McDonald's piano more than on Patrick Simmons' or Jeff Baxter's guitars. Not that they were absent entirely, or weren't sometimes right up front in the mix, as the rocking, slashing "Don't Stop to Watch the Wheels" and the bluegrass-influenced "Steamer Lane Breakdown" demonstrate. But given the keyboards, the funky rhythms, and McDonald's soaring tenor (showcased best on "What a Fool Believes"), it's almost difficult to believe that this is the hippie bar band that came out of California in 1970.

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Doobie Brothers - same
(Warner WPCR-12349 Jap-06 175:-)

One of the most inauspicious debuts by a major rock group, this subdued slice of country boogie might be called the missing link between Moby Grape and the later, revved-up Doobies of "Listen to the Music." Only a handful of West Coast hippies bought this record originally, but it lays the blueprint for the Doobies' future radio-friendly sound: chugging rhythm guitar, stretched-out harmonies, Tom Johnston's joyful R&B vocals, and Patrick Simmons' acoustic picking.

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Doobie Brothers - The Captain and Me
(Warner WPCR-12351 Jap-06 175:-)

The Doobie Brothers' third long-player was the charm, their most substantial and consistent album to date, and one that rode the charts for a year. It was also a study in contrasts, Tom Johnston's harder-edged, bolder rocking numbers balanced by Patrick Simmons' more laid-back country-rock ballad style.

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Doobie Brothers - Toulouse Street
(Warner WPCR-12350 Jap-06 175:-)

This was the album by which most of their fans began discovering the Doobie Brothers, and it has retained a lot of its freshness over the decades. Toulouse Street is actually pretty close in style and sound at various points to what the Eagles were doing during the same period, except that the Doobies threw jazz and R&B into the mix, as well as country, folk, and bluegrass elements, and (surprise!) ended up just about as ubiquitous as the Eagles in peoples' record collections, especially in the wake of the singles "Listen to the Music" and "Jesus Is Just Alright".

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Doobie Brothers - What were once Vices...
(Warner WPCR-12352 Jap-06 175:-)

The Doobies team up with the Memphis Horns for an even more Southern-flavored album than usual, although also a more uneven one. By this time, Tom Johnston, Patrick Simmons, and company had pretty well inherited the mantle and the core (and then some) of the audience left behind by Creedence Clearwater Revival and John Fogerty, with Johnston songs like "Pursuit on 53rd Street," "Down in the Track," and "Road Angel" recalling pieces like "Travelin' Band," while Simmon's "Black Water" (their first number one hit) evoked the softer side of the "swamp rock" popularized by CCR.

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Dr Feelgood - Stupidity
(EMI Toshiba TOCP-67814 Jap-06 225:-)

"Stupidity" captures the relentless, hard-driving energy of Dr. Feelgood at their peak. Comprising of recordings taken from 1975 tours, the music is presented raw and without overdubs, making it clear that the dynamic friction between guitarist Wilko Johnson and vocalist Lee Brilleaux could propel the band toward greatness.

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Dury, Ian - Bus Drivers Prayer
(Victor VICP-64057/58 Jap-08 300:-)

Picking up where Apples left off — it even includes that record's "The Bus Driver's Prayer," a clever cockney rewrite of the Lord's Prayer, as the title track — this is an engaging collection of character sketches and stories from Ian Dury. The album may lack strong hooks and melodies, yet Dury diehards will find that his wry observations are just as subtle and humorous as ever.

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Dury, Ian - Laughter
(Victor VICP-64055/56 Jap-08 275:-)

Working with lead guitarist Wilco Johnson, Ian Dury gradually moves away from disco with his third album, Laughter. The steady dance pulse is still apparent, but it's balanced by rockers and pub singalongs that give the album more depth.

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Dylan, Bob - Bathed in a Stream of Pure Heat
(QREcords QR-16/17 EU-97 500:-)

This is one of the better Bob Dylan compilation CD-rs ever released. The performances are great, the vocals and musicianship are tight. The recordings have, while from many different venues, been edited together to create a smooth, flowing, perfect concert listening experience. This example of Dylan nearing perfection will win over even the harshest critic.
Dylan, Bob - Biograph
(CBS CDCOL-66509 EU-85 300:-)

This three-disc set was Columbia's first attempt to anthologize Dylan in the box-set format. Unlike the later Bootleg Series, though, Biograph does double duty as treasure trove of previously unreleased material and greatest hits package. From "Tangled Up in Blue" to "I Want You," most of Dylan's FM radio staples are here, painting a clear historical picture of both his development as an artist and his transformation from rabble-rousing underdog to popular culture icon. The real gems here are, naturally, the previously unreleased songs. Some, like "Isis" and the surrealistic epic "Visions of Johanna" are Dylan album cuts heard here in revelatory live versions. Some are Dylan's version of songs he wrote that were recorded by others ("Mighty Quinn," a hit for Manfred Mann, and "I'll Keep It With Mine," recorded by Nico and others). The most striking tunes on Biograph are the ones that had never been released before in any form, like "Mixed Up Confusion" and the whimsical "Jet Pilot."

This is the original issue, housed in the original glossy hinged 12" x 12" picture box!
Dylan, Bob - Blonde on Blonde
(Sony SICP-30477~8 Jap-14 275:-)

Only a year after HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED, Dylan miraculously topped himself with further epigrams of surrealistic poetry and emotional intrigue. The pressure of a punishing touring schedule and high public profile helped drive him to an unbelievable fit of creativity as he spontaneously scribbled these gems in his hotel rooms. We were spoiled with a double album, more Dylan music than we had previously heard, yet still destined to endure.

BLONDE ON BLONDE surrounds the folk-rock bard with the likes of Al Kooper, Robbie Robertson, Charlie McCoy and Kenny Buttrey, all seasoned musicians giving this album a relaxed confidence quite unlike the youthful energy of HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED. Decades later this album still rewards and surprises. A gigantic record in every sense.

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Dylan, Bob - Decades Live...61 to 94
(Rox Vox 207226 EU-16 225:-)

An 8-disc collectors box set of remastered radio and TV broadcast recordings spanning four decades. The CD's find Bob Dylan, joined by a variety of musical friends, playing both intimately and in front of huge crowds. The material ranges from protest folk to rock'n'roll and the set includes background notes and images.
Dylan, Bob - Everything is Broken
(CBS 655358-3 EU-89 225:-)

Bob Dylan closed out the Eighties with "Oh Mercy", arguably the strongest album from the singer-songwriter in a decade that saw both his creative ups (Infidels) and downs (Down in the Groove). Recorded in New Orleans, "Oh Mercy" can be considered a musical trivet consisting of Dylan, producer Daniel Lanois and a solid New Orleans rhythm section.

4-track 3" single in gatefold paper sleeve.
Dylan, Bob - Eyes on the Idol
(QRecords QR-13/14 EU-97 300:-)

An incredible audience tape recorded at Stadthalle, Magdeburg, Germany July 12, 1996, one of the best performances of the year. The vocals are up front and in your face and the music is perfectly blended in the mix.
Dylan, Bob - Friends will Arrive
(Hollow Horn (none) EU-09 399:-)

Lead Vocal Sessions 1972-2002
1-1 Wallflower
1-2 Buckets Of Rain
1-3 Sign Language
1-4 Band Of The Hand
1-5 Pretty Boy Floyd
1-6 People Get Ready
1-7 This Old Man
1-8 Heartland
1-9 Ballad Of Hollis Brown
1-10 Boogie Woogie Country Girl
1-11 My Blue Eyed Jane
1-12 Ring Of Fire
1-13 The Lonesome River
1-14 Chimes Of Freedom
1-15 Things Have Changed
1-16 A Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache
1-17 I Can't Get You Off Of My Mind
1-18 Return To Me
1-19 Waitin' For You
1-20 Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
2-1 Cross The Green Mountain
2-2 Tell Ol' Bill
2-3 Huck's Tune
Sideman Sessions 1961-1972
2-4 I'll Fly Away
2-5 Come Back Baby
2-6 Swing And Turn Jubilee
2-7 The Midnight Special
2-8 Sitting On Top Of The World
2-9 Wichita Blues
2-10 Big Joe Dylan And Victoria
2-11 It's Dangerous
2-12 Glory Glory
2-13 You Can Always Tell
2-14 Christmas Island
2-15 Cocaine
2-16 London Waltz
2-17 Overseas Stomp
2-18 Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
2-19 Downtown Blues
2-20 Sammy's Song
2-21 Going To San Diego
2-22 Somebody Else's Troubles
2-23 Election Year Rag
Dylan, Bob - Friends will Disappear
(Hollow Horn (none) EU-09 399:-)

Sideman Sessions 1972-1977
1-1 I'm So Restless
1-2 (Is Anybody Going To) San Antone
1-3 Blues Stay Away From Me
1-4 Me And Paul
1-5 On The Banks Of Old Pontchartrain
1-6 Hey Good Lookin'
1-7 Columbus Stockade Blues
1-8 The Blues Walked On In
1-9 Tennessee Blues
1-10 The Crippled Cow
1-11 Stormy Weather Cowboy
1-12 It's Not The Spotlight
1-13 Silver Moon
1-14 Minstrel Show
1-15 Big City Woman
1-16 Who Love (If Not You Love)
1-17 Don’t Go Home With You Hard On
1-18 Pledge My Head To Heaven
1-19 Airplane Blues
1-20 Rising Sun
1-21 Go 'Way Little Boy
Sideman Sessions 1980-1996
2-1 We Are The World
2-2 No Name On The Bullet
2-3 Ain't Gonna Play Sun City
2-4 Street Rock
2-5 The Factory
2-6 Love Rescue Me
2-7 Hawkmoon 269
2-8 Spirit Of Rock 'n' Roll
2-9 Boots Of Spanish Leather
2-10 Trust Yourself
2-11 Just Like A Woman
2-12 Tragedy Of The Trade
2-13 Masquerade
2-14 Interfere
2-15 King Of Kings
2-16 Home
Dylan, Bob - Genuine Live 1966
(Scorpio GBS66 unofficial 600:-)

8CD Box Set with 2 bookles, 1 poster and 3 postcards.

Discs 1 & 2: Recorded at Sydney Stadium, Sydney Australia - April 13, 1966

Disc 3: Recorded at Melbourne Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia - April 20, 1966

Disc 4 tracks 1-7: Adelphi Theatre, Dublin, Ireland - May 5, 1966
Disc 4 track 8: (presumably) K.B. Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark - May 1, 1966
Disc 4 tracks 9-10: ABC Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland - May 20, 1966

Disc 5 tracks 1-10: The Odeon, Liverpool, UK, May 14, 1966
Disc 5 tracks 11-12: A Glasgow Hotel Room, May 19, 1966
Disc 6 tracks 1-9: Gaumont Theatre, Sheffield, UK, May 16, 1966
Disc 6 track 10: Odeon Theatre, Birmingham, UK, May 12, 1966

Disc 7 tracks 1-5: Manchester, UK, May 17, 1966 - 3 track tape
Disc 7 tracks 6-12: Royal Albert Hall, London, May 26, 1966
Disc 8 tracks 1-7: Royal Albert Hall, London, May 27, 1966
Disc 8 track 8: WBAI Radio, NYC - 1/19/66
Dylan, Bob - Highway 61 Revisited
(Sony SICP-30476 Jap-14 225:-)

A pivotal moment for Bob Dylan – and maybe one of THE albums of the 60s! The newly-electrified Dylan really takes off here – putting more punch and bit into his already-strong lyrical approach – and twisting things in amazing ways that still leave us breathless all these many years later! And sure, the album gave Bob a few hits – which are nestled in here next to headier tunes that work together perfectly.

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Dylan, Bob - Hold the Fort
(Wild Wolf ‎99-C-030 EU-99 500:-)

This 2CD set is the ultimate documentation of the 1976 "Rolling Thunder" tour. The soundboard recording is as good as it gets for shows of this era. The vocals are mixed way up high and in your face and the performances are wonderful!
Dylan, Bob - Live 1961-2000
(SME Records SRCS-2438 Jap-01 225:-)

Japanese issue CD album featuring 16 classic live tracks including rare and previously unreleased recordings, complete with the extensive picture sleeve booklet containing liner notes and English / Japanese lyrics plus obi-strip!
Dylan, Bob - Live at the Warehouse
(Yellow Cat YC-038/39 EU-95 500:-)

Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue of 1975 was unlike any other tour in rock history. His newest album at the time was Blood on the Tracks, and he could have easily packed arenas all over the country, but he opted to play a series of tiny theaters with old friends Joan Baez, Ramblin' Jack Elliott and Roger McGuinn with virtually no advance notice. At the same time, Dylan was filming his surreal movie Renaldo and Clara with many of the performers on the tour along with his wife Sara and Allen Ginsberg.

The complete Dylan portion of the show from Louisiana, save for Isis. This is a great show that has been released several times in the past, always incomplete.
Dylan, Bob - Looking for the Saviour
(Hollow Horn (none) EU-07 399:-)

Disc 1 - Australia 1966
Sydney, Stadium - 13th April: (outro 05) 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13
Melbourne, Festival Hall - 20th April: 01 02 03 04 05

Disc 2 - England 1966
Birmingham, Odeon Theatre - 12th May: 12
Liverpool, Odeon Theatre - 14th May: 07 08 09 10 (intro 12)
Sheffield, Gaumont Theatre - 16th May: 01 04 05 06 11
London, Royal Albert Hall - 26th May: 02 03 13
London, Royal Albert Hall - 27th May: (intro 03)
Dylan, Bob - One Push of the Button
(Hollow Horn (none) EU-07 399:-)

CD 1 songs 1-3 FOLK SONGS AND MORE, March 4, 1963
CD 1 songs 4-5 SONGS OF FREEDOM, July 30, 1963
CD 1 songs 6-11 QUEST, February 1, 1964
CD 1 song 12 STEVE ALLEN SHOW, February 25, 1964
CD 1 song 13 TONIGHT, May 1964
CD 1 song 14 HALLELUJAH, May 14, 1964
CD 1 songs 15-16 LES CRANE SHOW, February 17, 1965
CD 1 songs 17-18 JOHNNY CASH TV SHOW, May 1, 1969

CD 2 songs 1-12 BBC TV, June 1, 1965
Dylan, Bob - Slow Train Coming
(Sony SICP-30500 Jap-14 225:-)

Of all the pitstops made by the nomadically creative Dylan, none was more unusual than his brief conversion to Christianity in the late '70s. SLOW TRAIN COMING was the first of two records (SAVED being the other) that found Zimmerman exploring his newfound faith. Recorded at Memphis' famed Muscle Shoals Studios and produced by soul vets Jerry Wexler and Barry Beckett, SLOW TRAIN's supporting cast includes Dire Straits' Mark Knopfler on guitar and Pick Withers on drums, along with a handful of studio musicians.

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