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Malcolm McLarenFans ... LP
Island, 1984. Near Mint- ... $3.99
After his Duck Rock/Buffalo Scratch days, this was Malcolm McLaren's next project – an attempt to update opera into a post-disco, hip-hop inflected dancefloor sound. The groove takes electronic beats and layers vocals and washes of sound over the top – presenting famous vocal passages with a sense of camp and knowledge of opera that may well be the closest thing McLaren ever came to outing himself! Includes the sublime hit "Madam Butterfly", plus "Carmen", "Fans", "Boy's Chorus", and "Death Of Butterfly". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the lyric sleeve.)

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Malcolm McLarenSwamp Thing ... LP
Island, 1985. Very Good+ ... $7.99
A collection of recordings cut by McLaren between the years 1982 and 1984 – none of which made it to record in the first place, but which are being issued here hot on the heels of his successful opera project. The best value of the set is that it's got some material from the sessions around the "Buffalo Gals" hit – which isn't on here in the original form, but which does appear in very chopped up versions. There's some real dreck on here, but the better numbers have some competent electro grooving – and tracks include "Duck Rock Cheer", "Buffalo Love", "Supresto", and "Duck Rockers/Promises". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Malcolm McLarenDouble Dutch/Radio Show ... 7-inch
Island, 1983. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(Promo.)
 
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VariousTwelve Inch Eighties – Can You Feel It (3CD set) ... CD
Crimson (UK), 1980s. New Copy 3 CDs ... $12.99
A host of soul tracks, and a few pop tracks too – all taken to the next level, in the best 80s 12" remix mode! This set's a great entry in this well-priced, overstuffed series – full of lost mixes from those great days with an LP-sized single offered up plenty of room for extended versions, dancefloor mixes, and tricked-out takes on some of the bigger cuts of the time – a good deal of which are collected in this 30 track set! This volume's a bit more heavy on soul music than some of the others – and titles include "Can You Feel It" by The Jacksons, "The Slightest Touch (Pettibone touch rmx)" by Five Star, "Deep In Vogue (Banjie realness)" by Malcolm McLaren, "Lost In Emotion (FF rmx)" by Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, "Let's Hear It For The Boy (ext)" by Deniece Williams, "Body Talk" by Imagination, "Inside Out (12" version)" by Odyssey, "Indestructible (ext version)" by Four Tops with Smokey Robinson, "Who's Zooming Who (dance mix)" by Aretha Franklin, "Seasons Change (12" mix)" by Expose, "Get Outta My Dreams Get Into My Car (ext version)" by Billy Ocean, "What Can Say To Make You (hateful club mix)" by Alexander O'Neal, "She Won't Talk To Me (12" ext)" by Luther Vandross, "Blame It On The Boogie (PWL mix)" by Big Fun, "Love Pains (Steve Hurley's rmx)" by Liza Minnelli, "Get On Your Feel (pop voc)" by Gloria Estefan, "This Is The Right Time (ext)" by Lisa Stansfield, and "Together Forever (lover's leap extended)" by Rick Astley. CD

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✨✧ Jon SavageEngland's Dreaming Tapes – The Essential Companion To England's Dreaming The Seminal History Of Punk ... Book
University Of Minnesota Press, 2010. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A heavyweight companion to the book England's Dreaming – Jon Savage's seminal history of the rise of punk in the UK in the 70s! This volume's far bigger than the main book – and features all the interview material that Savage collected for England's Dreaming – hundreds of pages of conversations with figures who include Malcolm McLaren, Chrissie Hynde, Johnny Rotten (Lydon), Paul Cook, Tony Wilson, Howard Devoto, Viv Albertine, Jah Wobble, Joe Strummer, Adam Ant, Siouxsie Sioux, Captain Sensible, Vic Godard, Poly Styrne, Don Letts, and far too many more to mention here! The book presents all the interview text that Savage collected – grouped into specific scenes or moments they illuminate – and the whole thing clocks in at over 700 pages, and is as fascinating a read as you might expect. Book
 
 
 



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