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Jam - Snap!
(Universal UICY-93107 Jap-06 450:-)

Released in 1983, just after Paul Weller disbanded the band at the peak of their popularity, Snap! was the first greatest-hits album from the Jam. Many other comps would follow over the years but none would better this, especially in its original incarnation as a 29-track double-LP (along with a live EP — recorded at the band's final concert at Wembley Arena — included with limited editions of the original vinyl version).

Vinyl Replica Paper Sleeve.
Jerusalem - same
(Universal UICY-9515 Jap-05 200:-)

This infamous metallic heavy rock album from 1972, produced by Deep Purple's legendary frontman, Ian Gillan, contains music that is a menacing combintation of over-the-top vocals and screaming lead guitar that could easily pass for something from the early 80s New Wave of British Heavy Metal scene, it's that far ahead of it's time.

Vinyl Replica Paper Sleeve
Jethro Tull - Too Old to Rock n Roll
(EMI Toshiba TOCP-67184 Jap-03 250:-)

Although Jethro Tull was still in its heyday in 1976, Ian Anderson must have sensed that he could not remain a rock star forever. Anderson originally intended the linked songs on TOO OLD TO ROCK 'N' ROLL to form the basis of a musical based on the life of an aging rocker not unlike himself. The record alternates between folk and rock as it chronicles Lomax's struggles to exist outside a rock framework.

Vinyl Replica Paper Sleeve with 2 Bonus Tracks.
John, Elton - Blue Moves
(Universal UICY-94406/7 Jap-10 300:-)

BLUE MOVES was Elton John's first double-album since 1973's GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD and his last full collaboration with Bernie Taupin before taking a two-year break from the lyricist. BLUE MOVES also signaled the end of a Golden Age marked by a string of wildly successful albums and non-stop, sold-out tours. This melancholy 1976 release includes what would be EJ's last Top 10 hit for three years ("Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word") and is loaded with numbers reflecting the ennui and burnout both John and Taupin were experiencing at the time.

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