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Hell, Richard - Don't Die
(Shake SHK101EP US-80 VG 400:-)

Armed with his poetic rants and a mournful wail, Richard Meyers inadvertently became the voice of the "Blank Generation," inspiring a group of kids calling themselves the Sex Pistols to rip their clothes and spike their hair.

The Neon Boys were a short lived New York City proto-punk band, composed of Tom Verlaine, Richard Hell and Billy Ficca. The trio later went on to form the influential rock band Television in 1973.

Two Neon Boys' recordings, "That's All I Know (Right Now)" and "Love Comes In Spurts", were released by Shake Records on this EP, backed with two songs by Richard Hell and the Voidoids.
Hendrix, Jimi - Hey Joe
(Polydor ‎59061 Nor-67 VG+ 225:-)

No other musician has had more posthumous music released than the mighty Jimi Hendrix. But more amazing is the stratospheric, comet-like career of the man who, more than anyone before or since, revolutionized the way the electric guitar is played.

Norwegian pressing with picsleeve; b/w "Stone Free".
Hollies - EMI Hits, vol 5
(Parlophone GEOS-263 Swe-65 EX 500:-)

The Hollies was one of the best pop/rock acts of the British Invasion. They began recording in 1963, relying heavily upon the R&B/early rock & roll covers that provided the staple diet for countless British bands of the time. They quickly developed a more distinctive style featuring three-part harmonies, ringing guitars, and hook-happy material.

Original Swedish EP; containing "Look Through any Window", "I can't Let Go", "I'm Alive" and "If I needed Someone".