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✨✧ P16.D4Acrid Acme (Of) P16.D40 ... CD
Selektion (Germany), 1989. Used ... $8.99
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(Out of print.)
 
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T2T2 (1970) ... LP
Acme/Lion (UK), 1970. New Copy ... $18.99
Previously unreleased work from T2 – the short-lived, hard-rocking British group that flourished briefly at the end of the 60s! There's a heady, fuzzy sort of feel to these tracks – music that's very much of the same generation as Deep Purple at times, but with some softer, more introspective moments at others – very much a fully-formed, deeply conceived sound that really goes way beyond the short history of the group. Bass is darkly rumbling on most tracks, topped with guitar that's sometimes fuzzy, sometimes more quietly chromatic – plus an occasional dose of mellotron in just the right places. Titles include "T2", "Highway", "Careful Sam", "CD", "Timothy Monday", and "The Minstrel". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 500!)

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✨✧ Neon PearlNeon Pearl ... LP
Acme Gramophone/Lion, 1967. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Laidback psychedelia from this hip British trio – a group that was something of a placeholder in between Peter Dunton's work in The Flies and Please – but which are plenty darn great on their own! Most of the tunes here have a style that's spare and melodic amidst the fuzz – a quality that almost reminds us of Spacemen 3 at times, especially given that the group's a trio. There's some vocals on the record, but they always seem to take second seat next to the guitar bits and keyboards – possibly because no singing could ever match the subtle sonic genius of these more electric elements. Titles include "What You See", "Dream Scream", "Out Of Sight", "Just Another Day", "Forever", "Going With The Flow", "Urban Ways", and "Going Back". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 500!)
 
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✨✧ VariousAction Time Vision – A Story Of Independent UK Punk 1976 to 1979 (4CD set) ... CD
Cherry Red (UK), Late 70s. New Copy 4CD ... Out Of Stock
A truly incredible collection – even more wonderful than we might have guessed from the title and cover – and both of those are already pretty darn appealing! This package might well be the most comprehensive we've ever seen on the early days of punk in England – a package that goes way past the big names, way past the classic cuts, and really digs deep into the huge explosion of indie labels that fueled the scene – creating a legacy of rare singles and amazing sounds that the British scene hadn't seen in years! If you dig the Sex Pistols or Clash, there's dozens of other tunes here to love – some by artists you'll know from later fame, represented here on very early tracks – and lots more from acts who maybe only gave the world a handful of brilliant singles. The presentation is as stunning as the music – 111 tracks on 4CDs, inside a heavy 64 page book-style jacket – with page after page of notes on each song and band, and lots of images as well. Consider this whole thing an overdue primer on all the punk you missed – even if you lived back in the day – and lose yourself in the huge array of tracks by groups who include The Radiators From Space, Puncture, Some Chicken, The Panik, The Only Ones, Suspects, Tueway Army, The Boys, Acme Sewage Co, Raped, Bazoomis, Menace GLC, Sids, Rudi, Art Attack, Angelic Upstarts, Mean Street, Poison Girls, Chelsea, Demon Preacher, Leyton Brothers, The Dole, Riff Raff, The Tights, Social Security, Nicky & The Dots, No Way, The Wall, Hollywood Brats, Disco Zombies, Spizzoil, Horrorcomic, The Cravats, and lots lots more! CD
 
 
 



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