Tag Archives: DLX RM

Seven CDs Of China Crisis For All

Gloryoski! It’s taken the patience of a saint, but next month Caroline International are gifting us with DLX RMs of the sacred first three China Crisis albums. I had given up hope on this notion many years ago. So much … Continue reading

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Record Review: Dalek i Love You [part 1]

Dalek i Love You: Dalek i Love You UK DLX RM CD [2017] Holiday In Disneyland Horrorscope Health And Happiness The Mouse That Roared Dad On Fire Ambition Lust 12 Hours of Blues Sons Of Sahara Africa Express Would You … Continue reading

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Want List: Dalek I Love You Second Album Back On CD – Act FAST This Time!

Dalek I Love You: Dalek I Love You DLX RM UK CD [2017] Holiday In Disneyland Horrorscope Health And Happiness The Mouse That Roared Dad On Fire Ambition Lust 12 Hours Of Blues Sons Of Sahara Africa Express Would You … Continue reading

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Maybe Now It’s Time To Complete That ‘Classic Cars’ Collection?

We’ve not often mentioned The Cars here; I was never an enthusiastic raver. The first album was played to death on the FM-Rock I listened to at the time of its release, so it was easy to ignore them, though … Continue reading

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Record Review: The Photos [part 2]

[…continued from previous post] The program was largely pop/rock coming down on the pop side of the fence. To the point that the ballad “Friends” dared to have the band bust out acoustic guitars; a daring move in 1980 Post-Punk … Continue reading

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Record Review: The Photos [part 1]

The Photos: The Photos UK CD DLX RM [2007] Do You Have Fun? Irene Barbarellas Now That You Tell Me That We’re Through Look At The Band Friends Loss Of Contact She’s Artistic All I Want Maxine Evelyn 11 I … Continue reading

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Record Review: Girls At Our Best! – Pleasure [part 2]

[…continued from previous post] Once the laser hit the ebullient title cut to the album [which originally began the 1981 LP] then all bets were off. This was an immediately gripping piece of hook laden pop-punk with a penchant for … Continue reading

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