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Castells - So This is Love
(London HLN-9551 no PS UK-62 sos EX 200:-)

The Castells were a male vocal quartet from Santa Rosa, California best remembered for their hits "Sacred" (#20 in 1961) and "So This Is Love" (#21 in 1962), both released on Era Records.[1]

Their sound blended light rock with elements of collegiate harmony singing and jazz, and proved popular with teenagers as well as adults.

Original UK single, b/w "On the Street of Tears".
Clash - (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais
(CBS 6383 Hol-78 VG+ 200:-)

Adding catchy sloganistic socio-political lyrics to their brand of garage rock 'n' roll, the Clash soon explored wider musical horizons than most of their contemporaries, incorporating reggae, dub, rockabilly, hip hop and funk influences into their music and a whole lot more.

Original Dutch pressing in an unique picture sleeve; b/w "The Prisoner":
Cooper Temple Clause - See this Through and Leave
(Morning 20 UK-02 EX 200:-)

England's the Cooper Temple Clause were an instant success with music fans and undeniably claimed the unofficial title of British Music Magazine's "Darlings of 2002," earning popularity and respect in equal measures throughout the year. On See This Through and Leave, no less than five singles are collated together with equally impressive album tracks to provide one of the most accomplished debut efforts of any British rock band since Mansun or Muse.

Limited edition 6 x 7" no'd (#2692) box set.
Creation - Making Time
(Raw RAW-4 UK-77 EX 225:-)

The Creation burst on the British pop/rock scene in 1966 with "Making Time," a single that seemed to have everything going for it -- a killer beat after a brief (but catchy) stop-and-go intro, a great chorus, and a flashy, slashy, crunchy lead guitar part by Eddie Phillips. But thanks to an unaccountable weakness in their British sales -- as opposed to their German chart action, which was downright robust -- and some instability in their lineup, they were never to enjoy any of the recognition they deserved, and a right turn from psychedelia into soul at the wrong moment took whatever wind they had out of their sails (and sales.

Scarce UK re-issue, b/w "Painter Man", in an unique picture sleeve.
Croall, Steve - Times that went Before
(Select BEE-103 Swe-66 VG+ 300:-)

VERY RARE and hard-to-find folk rock EP by this musician from Scotland who moved to Sweden in the 60's.

Original Swedish pressing; containing "The Times that went Before", "Nine Hundred Miles", "Don't Think Twice, it's All Right" and "Bob Dylan's Dream".
Cure - Charlotte Sometimes
(Fiction FICS-14 UK-81 VG+ 175:-)

The Cure was the flagship for Great Britain's post-punk gloom-rock trend of the late '70s, with a ghoulish image that masked the diversity of their music.

Original 1981 UK Fiction injection label 7" single, also including "Splintered In Her Head", paper picture sleeve which shows the lightest signs of ringwear from the raised centre label area, otherwise the vinyl is in Excellent condition!
Cure - Killing an Arab
(Fiction FICS-001 UK-78 VG+ 400:-)

Out of all the bands that emerged in the immediate aftermath of punk rock in the late '70s, few were as enduring and popular as the Cure. Led by guitarist/vocalist Robert Smith, the band became well-known for its slow, gloomy dirges and Smith's ghoulish appearance, a public image that often hid the diversity of the Cure's music.

1978 Fiction light-blue injection label single, also including "10.15 Saturday Night", housed in a flipback picture sleeve.