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Obsessed - Obsessed
(Hellhound HELL-08 Ger-90 EX 500:-)

The Obsessed were one of the early Black Sabbath-influenced doom metal bands on the American continent. They formed in 1976 under the name Warhorse, but by 1980, they had changed their name to The Obsessed. The band had gone on hiatus before releasing several albums and breaking up in 1995.

The Obsessed fire up mid-tempo biker rock on this self-titled release -- fans of their doomy style will not be disappointed. The sheer aggression of "Ground Out," the sludgepile "Red Disaster," and the phased-out blues of "Tombstone Highway" more than make up for any '80s-styled slights.

Original German pressing; both sleeve and vinyl are graded EX.
Oldfield, Mike - Ommadawn
(Simply Vinyl SVLP 0322 UK-01 EX 275:-)

OMMADAWN represented a departure from Mike Oldfield's previous solo, multi-tracked recording technique. Other musicians were involved, not just in the recording but in the composition and arrangement too. Influences from the folk music of Ireland, Africa and Eastern Europe can be clearly heard. Paddy Moloney of the Irish band the Chieftains contributed the distinctive uillean pipes. It was way ahead of its time, and confirms the 22-year-old Oldfield as not just one of the great classical guitarists in rock, but as one of its greatest composers.

2001 Simply Vinyl re-issue on 180g Virgin Vinyl.
Only Ones - Even Serpents Shine
(CBS 83451 UK-79 EX 300:-)

Although known to the world at large for their transcendent (and seemingly timeless) hit "Another Girl Another Planet," the Only Ones were also capable of hard-hitting album tracks like the ones found in abundance on their second release. Blending then-fashionable new wave signifiers with an old-fashioned, Doors-ian sense of drama and gloom, and enough rough edges to keep the punks interested, Peter Perrett and company crafted an excellent follow-up to their debut.

UK first issue vinyl, housed in a matt picture sleeve with gold-leaf relief with 'The Only Ones' on the front and a Chinese dragon on rear below the tracklist, appearing embossed.
Later editions omit these details on the cover.