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Pink Floyd - Oh, by the Way
(EMI 511-2672 EU-07 1500:-)

Pink Floyd, founded in 1965, achieved worldwide acclaim, initially with innovative psychedelic music, and later in a genre that came to be termed progressive rock. Distinguished by philosophical lyrics, musical experimentation, frequent use of sound effects and elaborate live shows, Pink Floyd remains one of the most commercially successful and influential groups in the history of popular music.

The entire Pink Floyd Studio Collection packaged as CD/Mini-vinyl reproductions. Each CD is a faithful reproduction of the original vinyl using original artwork, and LP dust sleeve .

20" x 30" limited edition high quality paper poster only available in this collection. Portrait collage contains a new Storm Thorgerson arrangement of 40 images from the band's history. Also includes two Pink Floyd Coasters with classic Floyd images.
Pochakaite Malko - same
(Arcángelo ARC-7181 Jap-06 250:-)

Pochakaite Malko's sound is pretty wild, but not in a raw, primitive sort of way, but in that it releases a high dose of energy that rock the listeners. Influenced by two seemingly opposing styles, you can hear an influence of Zeuhl in their albums as can be heard with the bass work. This is not surprising given the two founding member’s background in the Magma Copy Band and the relation to Koenji Hyakkei. However this is not a net Zeuhl album given other heavy influences which appear in the music. There is also a notable influence of ELP sounding keyboard work, which is not surprising given the lineup as was mentioned above. Happy Family also comes to mind, with the dense and aggressive nature of the sound.

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Police - Regatta de Blanc
(Universal UICY-93835 Jap-08 250:-)

The career of the Police was planned, controlled and timed to perfection. The three talented individuals probably always knew that they would attempt to conquer the world and then disappear to pursue their own musical interests. This is the second of their five albums and contains two number 1 hits. Both are interesting little vignettes from the mind of Sting; 'Walking On The Moon', where he pleads 'I hope my legs don't break', and 'Message In A Bottle', which has a similarly desperate theme, with Sting observing 'seems I'm not alone in being alone, 100 billion castaways looking for a home'. Sting's theories do still hold water.

SHM-CD Vinyl Replica Paper Sleeve.
Police -Synchronicity
(Universal UICY-93838 Jap-08 250:-)

Simultaneously more pop-oriented and experimental than either GHOST IN THE MACHINE or ZENYATTA MONDATTA, SYNCHRONICITY made the Police superstars, generating no less than five hit singles. With the exception of "Synchronicity II," which sounds disarmingly like a crappy Billy Idol song, every one of those singles is a classic.

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Presley, Elvis - Collector's Gold
(RCA/BMG PD-90574 Ger-91 225:-)

This now hard to find Presley collection is absolutely true to it's title. "Collector's Gold," is a goldmine of rare material for the serious Elvis collector.

I can't say enough about Disc Three, which includes highlights from his 1969 run at the International Hotel in Vegas. Not only does it include the infamous laughing version of, "Are You Lonesome Tonight?," but also, cuts you simply would never find on another Vegas release (Rubber Neckin', Inherit The Wind, and This is the Story...I rest my case). Mix this disc with the original '69 Vegas release, and you've got one helluva comp. As far as the other two discs, they include alternate takes of Elvis' 60s material (Hollywood on Disc One and Nashville on Disc Two).
Presley, Elvis - From Nashville to Memphis
(RCA 74321-154302 EU-93 300:-)

Unlike its predecessor "The Complete 50's Masters", the '60s box set "From Nashville to Memphis" does not include all of Elvis Presley's recordings from a single decade. To whittle the set down to a manageable five discs, RCA reissued Presley's movie soundtracks and gospel recordings separately, focusing this set instead on Elvis' secular single and album releases.

The set starts promisingly with Presley's brilliant first post-Army recordings, originally released on the album "Elvis is Back!" and the set wraps up with the King's triumphant American Studio recordings, which include the hits "In the Ghetto" and "Suspicious Minds". Even Presley's lean years yielded their share of great recordings, making this 5CD Box Set an essential addition to any serious music fan's collection.
Principal Edwards - Round One
(Universal UICY-9518 Jap-05 175:-)

This UK band was formed in 1968 at Essex University, England. The artistic hippie co-operative revolved around Belinda ‘Bindy’ Borquin (vocals/recorder/violin/piano), Root Cartwright (guitar/mandolin/recorder) and David Jones (percussion) who were initially joined by Jeremy Ensor (bass) and vocalists Martin Stellman, Monica Nettles and Vivienne McAuliffe. Numerous dancers, technicians and stage hands took the line-up number into double figures and, having recorded Soundtrack for John Peel’s Dandelion Records label, the group abandoned university to establish a commune. Second album The Asmoto Running Band, produced by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, preceded an ambitious season at London’s Hampstead Theatre Club. The residency exacerbated an internal dispute over ultimate direction, and the unit disintegrated in December 1971. Bourquin, Cartright and Jones reshaped the band around Nick Pallett (guitar/vocals), Richard Chipperfield-Jones (bass/vocals) and Geoff Nicholls (drums) and completed the rock orientated Round One, again under the aegis of Mason.

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