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Badfinger - No Dice
(EMI Toshiba TOCP-67563 Jap-05 225:-)

Discovered by Paul McCartney and signed to the Beatles' Apple Records, Badfinger was, for many fans, the next best thing to the Fab Four. But even if the band did start as a Beatles wannabe, it eventually forged a successful power-pop style of its own. No Dice, Badfinger's second album, exhibits a confident band with strong, melodic pop songs and a diminishing Beatles influence. Bandleader Pete Ham, with his distinctively tense vocals and guitar lines, carries the band through well-constructed melodies, well-conceived harmonies, and edgy instrumentals.

Vinyl Replica Paper Sleeve with 5 Bonus Tracks
Beatles - The Capitol Albums, vol 1
(Apple 24387-53482 EU-11 200:-)

In 1964, the Capitol Records, US home to the Beatles, released four compilations - 'Meet The Beatles', 'Beatles Second Album', 'Something New' & 'Beatles '65.' Each set sold over one million copies & still remains popular among the Beatlemania.

This deluxe four-disc box set contains the four albums in both MONO and STEREO.
Bowie, David - David Bowie
(EMI Toshiba TOCP-70141 Jap-07 200:-)

An amazing departure for David Bowie – hardly the kind of record you would expect from his oboe-filled tunes of a few years before – and really the start of the groundbreaking, earthshaking, reinventionist era of his genius!

There's a spacious, soaring quality here that's every bit the kind of magical music you might hope for in a set recorded at the close of the 60s – a shift into new modes, new sounds that seem to suck up all the best influences in rock from the previous few years, but fuse it into a new cosmic vision for the next decade. And while others might stumble on cliche with the weight of such a task, Bowie pulls it off brilliantly – mixing his fuzzier feelings with some of his more personal leanings – and showcasing a newly deep sense of songwriting here that's really amazing. Some tunes have the sensitivity of work on HUNKY DORY, while others burn with the fire of MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD – all in a balance that never sounds schizophrenic at all.

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Bowie, David - Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust
(EMI Toshiba TOCP-70144 Jap-07 200:-)

Arguably one of the greatest rock and roll albums of all time – and the key flowering of the partnership between David Bowie and Mick Ronson! The guitars here are heavy – so much so that the record's always crossed over big with crowds who are always suspicious of Bowie's artier work of the 70s – and represented a crucial moment when his groundbreaking music also found a large mainstream audience as well.

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