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Satellites - Buzz Buzz
(Triola TD-166 Swe-63 VG+ 300:-)

Bobby Day (Robert James Byrd) was a West Coast doo-wop singer who, with his backing band The Satellites, had a hit in 1957 with "Little Bitty Pretty One". This single contains the Bobby Day composition "Buzz Buzz" and is credited to the Satellites alone.

Original Swedish single; b/w "We like Birdland".
Searchers - Searchers '65
(Pye NEP-24222 UK-64 VG+ 300:-)

Founded in 1957 in Liverpool, the Searchers became one of the top acts on the Liverpool band scene, playing textured renditions of American R&B, rock & roll, country, soul, and rockabilly.

Original UK EP; containing "What have They done to the Rain", "This Feeling Inside", "Goodbye My Love" and "Till I met You". The sleeve has some minor lifting of the lamination; the vinyl is graded EX.
Sex Pistols - Something Else
(Virgin VS-240 Swe-79 EX 500:-)

The Sex Pistols may have only been together for two years in the late '70s, but they changed the face of popular music. Through their raw, nihilistic singles and violent performances, the band revolutionized the idea of what rock & roll could be.

Scarce Swedish issue, b/w "Friggin' in the Riggin'", with Sid Vicious performing Eddie Cochran's 1959 hit.
Silver King Rhythm Band - My Balls are Blue
(Dangerzone D-0000001 US-81 VG+ 225:-)

The Silver King Band was formed in 1980 from a loose collective of musicians based in St.Pete, Florida. By mid '81 the group consisted of Flo Mingo, Rock Bottom and Barry Cuda (known then as St.Petey Twigs!). They went to Scandinavia in late '81 and continued to tour and record for the next four years. In 1984, after a burst of fame overseas, they broke up.

Original US pressing on BLUE vinyl. The sleeve has been signed by the band.
Simon & Garfunkel - A Hazy Shade of Winter
(CBS EP-6156 Ger-67 EX 225:-)

Simon & Garfunkel were an American folk rock duo consisting of singer-songwriter Paul Simon and singer Art Garfunkel. They were one of the most popular recording artists of the 1960's and became counterculture icons of the decade's social revolution.

Original German EP; containing "A Hazy Shade of Winter", "The 59th Street Bridge Song", "A Simple Desultory Philippic" and "A Poem on the Underground Wall".
Slade - Get Down and Get With It
(Polydor 2058 123 Nor-71 VG+ 225:-)

Deafeningly loud and cheerfully sleazy, Slade stomped out any of the sexual ambiguity of glam with their big-booted hooks and guitars, creating some of the biggest U.K. hits of the '70s.

With this 4th single and it's A-side sounding as the Beatles playing Little Richard, Slade will find the path to the charts in May 1971 (n°16 in UK). Original Norwegian single, b/w Gospel according to Rasputin, in an unique picture sleeve.
Slade - Take me bak 'ome
(Polydor 2058.231 Nor-72 VG+ 225:-)

West Midlanders Slade became a sensation in their homeland with their anthemic brand of glam rock in the early '70s, as they scored a staggering 11 Top Five hits in a four-year span from 1971 to 1974 (five of which topped the charts).

Original Scandinavian single; b/w "Wonderin' Y".
Small Faces - I can't Make It
(Decca F-12565 UK-67 VG+ 175:-)

Small Faces were the best English band never to hit it big in America. Outside Europe, all anybody remembers them for is their sole hit, "Itchycoo Park," which was hardly representative of their psychedelic sound, much less their full musical range -- but in England, they were one of the most extraordinary and successful bands of the mid-'60s, serious competitors to the Who and potential rivals to the Rolling Stones.

Original UK single in company sleeve; b/w Just Passing - the push-out centre has been removed.
Small Faces - Lazy Sunday
(Immediate IM-064 Swe-68 VG+ 225:-)

Small Faces were the best English band never to hit it big in America. Outside Europe, all anybody remembers them for is their sole hit, "Itchycoo Park," which was hardly representative of their psychedelic sound, much less their full musical range -- but in England, they were one of the most extraordinary and successful bands of the mid-'60s, serious competitors to the Who and potential rivals to the Rolling Stones.

Original Swedish pressing; b/w "Rollin' Over".
Small Faces - My Mind's Eye
(Decca F-12500 UK-67 VG+ 225:-)

Small Faces were the best English band never to hit it big in America. Outside Europe, all anybody remembers them for is their sole hit, "Itchycoo Park," which was hardly representative of their psychedelic sound, much less their full musical range -- but in England, they were one of the most extraordinary and successful bands of the mid-'60s, serious competitors to the Who and potential rivals to the Rolling Stones.

Original UK single in company sleeve; b/w I can't Dance with You. This is the alternative demo-mix with T1-1C matrix - the push-out centre has been removed.
Small Faces - Patterns
(Decca F-12619 UK-67 VG+ 400:-)

Small Faces were the best English band never to hit it big in America. Outside Europe, all anybody remembers them for is their sole hit, "Itchycoo Park," which was hardly representative of their psychedelic sound, much less their full musical range -- but in England, they were one of the most extraordinary and successful bands of the mid-'60s, serious competitors to the Who and potential rivals to the Rolling Stones.

Original UK single in company sleeve; b/w E too D - the push-out centre has been removed.
Smiths - Barbarism begins at Home
(Rough Trade RTD-021 Ger-85 EX 250:-)
The Smiths were one of the great bands of the '80s, driven equally by Johnny Marr's dexterous guitar riffs and Morrissey's fiercely witty wordplay.

Rare German-only limited edition 2-track vinyl 7" single with a wide centre, includes "Shakespeare's Sister". Housed in a paper picture sleeve featuring the artwork of Viv Nicholson which only appeared on the Italian & German 7" singles and on the 12" release elsewhere.

The sleeve on this copy has two cataloging stickers, otherwise only has very light storage marks with the vinyl in Excellent condition.
Smiths - Shoplifters of the World unite
(Rough Trade RT-195 Swe-86 EX 175:-)

The Smiths were one of the great bands of the '80s, driven equally by Johnny Marr's dexterous guitar riffs and Morrissey's fiercely witty wordplay.

Original Swedish single; b/w "Half a Person".
Smiths - William, it was really Nothing
(Rough Trade RT-166 Swe-84 EX 250:-)

The Smiths were one of the great bands of the '80s, driven equally by Johnny Marr's dexterous guitar riffs and Morrissey's fiercely witty wordplay.

Original Swedish single in textured picture sleeve; b/w "Please Please Please let me get what I want".
Sonics - Love-Itis
(Piccadilly 225 US-67 EX 300:-)

Of all the garage bands that made a glorious racket in the 1960s, few if any were louder, wilder, or more raw than the Sonics, a Tacoma, Washington quintet whose over the top style, complete with roaring guitars, pounding drums, and the fevered howls of lead singer Gerry Roslie, anticipated the mania of punk and pushed rock & roll deep into the red zone during their 1963-1966 heyday.

Original US pressing; b/w "You're in Love".
Sound - Live Instinct
(WEA 28261 Hol-81 EX 225:-)

The Sound's inability to break through to the type of '80s post-punk prominence reserved for the likes of Joy Division and Echo & the Bunnymen, the two bands the Sound fell in between sound-wise, isn't all that easy to explain away. Their songs had hooks and emotional impact without bombast, with lyrics that often confronted the problems of young adulthood without simply moping and falling into escapist chutes. Though they were able to cultivate large followings in Germany and Holland, aside from those countries and a couple other European territories, indifference and history has made them all but invisible.

Live 12" released in Holland only, recorded in London January 1981.
Springsteen, Bruce - Born to Run
(CBS 7077 UK-86 VG+ 200:-)

Bruce Springsteen is a passionate showman who gained worldwide acclaim by marrying literate songwriting with bar-band rock & roll plus a flair for the dramatic.


Very rare 2nd issue UK single; b/w "Meeting Across The River". This issue was WITHDRAWN due to Bruce being unhappy with his picture on the sleeve.
Springsteen, Bruce - Born to Run
(CBS Sony 06SP-363 Jap-78 EX 225:-)

Bruce Springsteen is a passionate showman who gained worldwide acclaim by marrying literate songwriting with bar-band rock & roll plus a flair for the dramatic.

Scarce Japanese CBS Sony 'New Gold Disc' series 2-track 7" vinyl single, also including "Badlands", housed in a record company sleeve and comes complete with a colour picture insert with lyrics to both songs on the reverse.
Swinging Blue Jeans - Make me know You're mine
(His Masters Voice POP-1409 Swe-65 VG+ 200:-)

Although they're only remembered today for their 1964 hit "Hippy Hippy Shake," which charted on both sides of the Atlantic -- the Swinging Blue Jeans were actually one of the strongest of the Liverpool bands from the '60s British Invasion; and, indeed, the Blue Jeans' earliest incarnation goes back about as far as the roots of the Beatles as the Quarry Men.

Original Swedish single; b/w "I've got a Girl".
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