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Human LeagueCrash ... CD
A&M, 1986. Used ... $1.99
Also available Crash ... LP 1.99

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Human LeagueCrash ... LP
A&M, 1986. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $1.99
LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Crash ... CD 1.99

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Human LeagueLeague Unlimited Orchestra – Love & Dancing ... LP
A&M, 1981/1982. Very Good ... $3.99
A cool little album of instrumental work by the Human League – mostly pulled from sessions for their first few big hits, and remixed slightly by Martin Rushnet! There's a spare electronic groove here that's very nice – not nearly as dark as the group's first few analogue-heavy singles, but a bit sparser than the vocal hits, and sometimes played with a bit by Rushnet. Titles include "Do Or Die", "Seconds", "Open Your Heart", "Hard Times", "Love Action", "Don't You Want Me", and "The Sound Of The Crowd". LP, Vinyl record album

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New Human LeagueTravelogue ... LP
Virgin (UK), 1980. Very Good ... $6.99
The second album by Human League – and one that has them really honing their craft a bit, sliding from a world of messed-up broken-down synthesizers into more song-based forms that hint at the genius pop of later years. Things are still pretty darn dark – with vocals that would scare a cat, and lots of prog/punk riffs on the keys and drums – and the album's a key link in a trajectory of European music of the 70s that's still plenty darn powerful today! Titles include "Gordon's Gin", "The Touchables", "Crow & A Baby", and "The Black Hit Of Space". LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing. Cover has some wear, a cutout hole, sticker in one corner and a small mark from sticker removal.)

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New Human LeagueFascination ... LP
Virgin/A&M, 1981/1982. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Some great early 80s pop groove material from Human League – less of the colder synth of before, and more of the warmer soul-based sound that worked surprisingly well for the group! The EP features a number of tracks that fell between the LPs – including the extended version of their big hit "(Keep Feeling) Fascination", plus "Mirror Man", "Hard Times", "I Love You Too Much", "You Remind Me Of Gold" and "(Keep Feeling) Fascination Improvisation". LP, Vinyl record album
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New VariousDark Side Of Disco – Vol 1 ... LP
DD, Late 70s/Early 80s. Very Good+ 2LP ... $16.99
A nice little set with a bunch of tunes you'll recognize instantly by name – but most of which are here in their drawn out, extended 12-inch glory – the versions that rocked the discos and house sets in the early 80s – not the butchered radio edits! Truth be told, it's nice to hear them again in any setting, but especially with the darker edges intact – which gives tunes like the Human League's "Don't You Want Me", and New Order's "Blue Monday" (both extended 12-inch mixes) a much more hypnotic quality. Other tracks include A Certain Ratio's "Kether Hot Kneves", Loose Joints' "Shoot The Pump", "Talking Heads "Once In A Lifetime", Yazoo's "Situation", "Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight" by Dominatrix, "Rahm" by Sparke The Universe, "On the Grid" by Lime, and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousElectroconvulsive Therapy Vol 1 (180 gram splatter vinyl) ... LP
Medical, Early 80s. New Copy ... $19.99
A killer collection of early 80s electronic numbers – most of them in a post-punk sort of style, but often with a bit of a dancefloor groove as well! Most of these cuts were issued only on rare 7" singles – and are brought together here by the wonderful talents of Medical Records – a label we've really come to trust for obscure 80s electronica! The work here lies in an underground far below the best early material of artists like Cabaret Voltaire or Human League – and the package brings together cuts from both sides of the Atlantic, all material we'd never have heard otherwise (and we actually used to buy this sort of stuff, back in the day!) Titles include "The Future Now" by Psychic Youth, "Let's Get Together" by Shazam, "Kwai Systeme" by Arto, "Le Chorale" by The Electronic Circus, "Betty Boop" by Arto, "Maske" by Berliner Strasse, and "Duty Calls" by Aaah. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition – pressed on totally cool vinyl!)

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New Severed HeadsSince the Accident (black & white colored 180 gram pressing) ... LP
Ink/Medical, 1983. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Really great early work from Severed Heads – done at a time when they still had an edge, and were a lot more hip and electro than some of their later more goth-based impulses! The album's a perfect fit for all the best UK underground electrics of the period – Cabaret Voltaire, 400 Blows, and even the earliest Human League – back when they were nice and noisy. The duo have a great way of blending noisy bits with warmer elements – and even do these great sequences with turntables – kind of a more playful Christian Marclay mode! Titles include "Dead Eyes Opened" – which was a bit of a favorite – plus "Golden Boy", "Gashing The Old Mae West", "A Relic Of The Empire", "Epilepsy 82", "Treating Deaf Mutes", and "Brassiere In Rome". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition.)

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New Laugh Clown LaughLaugh Clown Laugh (180 gram colored vinyl pressing) ... LP
Medical, Early 80s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Very cool, very spare work from this UK duo from the early 80s – kind of a homemade take on electro pop modes of the time, but with a dark sound that's pretty striking all the way through! Most of the instrumentation is just keyboards and drum machine – and while these guys are going for some of the hooks you might find in Human League or New Order, they also have a gloomier feel that comes not from their lyrics or style – but more from the spare setting of the tracks – a really great quality that goes way past the obvious! Titles include "Face To Face", "Tattoo", "This Side Of Heaven", "Fix The Mix", "Give It Back", "Aquarium", and "Kiss in The Rain". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition – on orange too!)

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New PlayRed Movies (180 gram colored vinyl pressing) ... LP
Survival/Medical, Early 80s. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Moody electro pop from the UK scene of the early 80s – served up by a duo with roots in Drinking Electricity and Analysis, with a sound that's right up there with the dark early best of Human League or Cabaret Voltaire! Given the dates of these tracks – 1982 to 1984 – Play have clearly gotten a later start, and feel maybe like some of the best second or third-generation Factory Records acts – those groups who only issued singles on that label, but created some really memorable moments before the Manchester explosion later in the decade. The vocals are nicely dark, with New Order qualities – and instrumentation is relatively spare, with lots of processed guitar and keyboards – yet somehow pretty tuneful, too. Titles include "Erase The Memory", "This Little Girl", "You Don't Look The Same", "In My Mind", "Chasing The Sun", and "Red Movies". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition – on red & blue vinyl too!)