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BELTONES - MY OLD MAN

BELTONES - MY OLD MAN

Edition of 300 copies on PURPLE VINYL. A reissue of a much sought after Florida punk single, originally from 1996. These are the original recordings. (The band later re-recorded many of their tunes.)

 

COLOURED BALLS - FIRST SUPPER LAST OR SCENES WE DIDN'T GET TO SEE

COLOURED BALLS - FIRST SUPPER LAST OR SCENES WE DIDN'T GET TO SEE

Though not released until 1976, the recordings of 'The First Supper Last Or Scenes We Didn't Get To See' date back to 1972, marking the studio debut of this unique, cult psychedelic proto-punk'ish blues'n'roll outfit from Australia. Here's a great reissue on vinyl, ... read more »

 

COLOURED BALLS - FLASH/DAVE THE RAVE

COLOURED BALLS - FLASH/DAVE THE RAVE

An impossibly rare 1973 single by the cult psychedelic proto-punk'ish blues'n'roll outfit from Australia sees its awaited reissue!

 

COLOURED BALLS - LIBERATE ROCK: SINGLES AND MORE 1972-75 (2LP)

COLOURED BALLS - LIBERATE ROCK: SINGLES AND MORE 1972-75 (2LP)

A double album containing sixteen tracks. This collects all six of their singles released on the Havoc and EMI labels between '72 and '74, two live tracks recorded at their legendary Sunbury '73 festival appearance, and a canceled single from their final recording session ... read more »

 

COLOURED BALLS - ROCK YOUR ARSE OFF!

COLOURED BALLS - ROCK YOUR ARSE OFF!

'LIVE AT FESTIVAL HALL 10 NOV. 1972' - Stunning quality live recording documenting Coloured Balls tearing the roof off Melbourne's venerable Festival Hall - available on vinyl for the first time. Mastered from the original tape by Aztecs drummer and producer/engineer Gil ... read more »

 

COLOURED BALLS - WON'T YOU MAKE UP YOUR MIND/DEVIL'S DISCIPLE

COLOURED BALLS - WON'T YOU MAKE UP YOUR MIND/DEVIL'S DISCIPLE

Two of the most savage bangers from the Australian cult band get paired for the first time. This would have been right at home on Chiswick Records circa '76. If only EMI Australia would have had the balls to release 'Won't You Make Up Your Mind' as a single back in '73, ... read more »

 

DU CANN, JOHN - (BLACK) THANX FOR NOTHING

DU CANN, JOHN - (BLACK) THANX FOR NOTHING

This is Just Add Water's second LP of John Du Cann's recordings from the '76-'77 era. This time around John handles all guitar and bass duties with Paul Hammond on drums. This album should definitely be seen as a companion to his 'The World's Not Big Enough' LP, recorded in ... read more »

 

DU CANN, JOHN - (BLACK) THE WORLD'S NOT BIG ENOUGH

DU CANN, JOHN - (BLACK) THE WORLD'S NOT BIG ENOUGH

This album was recorded in 1977 and produced by Status Quo's Francis Rossi. The album has never been released on vinyl until now. Du Cann's career was boosted as a member of Atomic Rooster, Daemon (later renamed Bullet) then Hard Stuff. In 1974 he was a temporary guitarist ... read more »

 

DU CANN, JOHN - (MAGENTA) THANX FOR NOTHING

DU CANN, JOHN - (MAGENTA) THANX FOR NOTHING

This is Just Add Water's second LP of John Du Cann's recordings from the '76-'77 era. This time around John handles all guitar and bass duties with Paul Hammond on drums. This album should definitely be seen as a companion to his 'The World's Not Big Enough' LP, recorded in ... read more »

 

DU CANN, JOHN - (PINK/BLUE) THE WORLD'S NOT BIG ENOUGH

DU CANN, JOHN - (PINK/BLUE) THE WORLD'S NOT BIG ENOUGH

This album was recorded in 1977 and produced by Status Quo's Francis Rossi. The album has never been released on vinyl until now. Du Cann's career was boosted as a member of Atomic Rooster, Daemon (later renamed Bullet) then Hard Stuff. In 1974 he was a temporary guitarist ... read more »

 

HAMMERSMITH GORILLAS - (BLACK) WHY WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW 1974-1981 (2LP)

HAMMERSMITH GORILLAS - (BLACK) WHY WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW 1974-1981 (2LP)

This whopping DOUBLE-LP collects the singles, rare live recordings and unreleased material from the UK cult '70s band that blended garage-rock, glam and proto-punk. If you fancy a blend of Small Faces, T.Rex, Slade and early Damned, this 26-track release will most ... read more »

 

HAMMERSMITH GORILLAS - (COL) WHY WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW 1974-1981 (2LP)

HAMMERSMITH GORILLAS - (COL) WHY WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW 1974-1981 (2LP)

This whopping 2LP collects the singles, rare live recordings and unreleased material from the UK cult '70s band that blended garage-rock, glam and proto-punk. If you fancy a blend of Small Faces, T.Rex, Slade and early Damned, this 26-track release will most definitely be ... read more »

 

HECTOR (UK) - (BLACK) WIRED UP/AIN'T GOT TIME

HECTOR (UK) - (BLACK) WIRED UP/AIN'T GOT TIME

Glam rockers Hector's debut single from '73, 'Wired Up' was a very catchy tune and had the potential to become a big hit, but the media neglected the single and it had never had a fair chance. Now here is the reissue, remastered and comes with 'Ain't Got Time' on the ... read more »

 

HECTOR (UK) - BYE BYE BAD DAYS

HECTOR (UK) - BYE BYE BAD DAYS

The second Hector 7" reissue. After their stunning debut failed to chart, they came up with the even catchier 1974 follow-up, 'Bye Bye Bad Days'. Fully remastered.

 

HECTOR, JESSE - (BLACK) IT AIN'T EASY 1992-1996

HECTOR, JESSE - (BLACK) IT AIN'T EASY 1992-1996

This album gathers Jesse Hector's (The Gorillas, Crushed Butler etc.) '90s recordings, which were an unbelievable return after a decade away from the music business. Including three previously unreleased songs.

 

HECTOR, JESSE - (RED) IT AIN'T EASY 1992-1996

HECTOR, JESSE - (RED) IT AIN'T EASY 1992-1996

This album gathers Jesse Hector's (The Gorillas, Crushed Butler) '90s recordings, which were an unbelievable return after a decade away from the music business. Including three previously unreleased songs. Comes on opaque red vinyl.

 

HELTER SKELTER - I NEED YOU

HELTER SKELTER - I NEED YOU

Despite being recorded in 1971, the original 'I Need You' b/w 'Goodbye Baby' single was not released until 1977 during the height of UK punk by Sticky Records. Apparently, the world wasn't quite ready for this raw slice of proto-punk/glam in 1971, or even 1977 for that ... read more »

 

SO WHAT - DEEP FREEZE/RAZOR BLADE

SO WHAT - DEEP FREEZE/RAZOR BLADE

Influenced by a.o. '70s hardrock, glam à la Slade and brutal proto punk, Oakland's So What returns with an appealing, no nonsense single on 7-inch wax!

 

SO WHAT - HARD GUM

SO WHAT - HARD GUM

A modern garage- and glamrock take on '60 bubblegom pop, 'Hard Gum' is chock-full of glam-tastic hits! We are treated to stompers, hand clappers and all the fuzzy riffs that matter.

 

SO WHAT - WHY CAN'T I SEE YOU TONIGHT

SO WHAT - WHY CAN'T I SEE YOU TONIGHT

A glam-tastic single from the Oakland-based hard-gum band. The flip, exclusive to this release, features a cover of The Equals' 'I Can See But You Don't Know'.

 

STAMP, TERRY - TWENTY ROUGH ROTTERS 1980-1989 (2LP)

STAMP, TERRY - TWENTY ROUGH ROTTERS 1980-1989 (2LP)

Double album by former Third World War singer/guitarist Terry Stamp, with 20 tracks that have never been released on vinyl before. Recorded between 1980-1989 in Terry's converted cellar or bomb shelter. Raw, rough, and honest. This is literally just a small fraction of ... read more »

 

THIRD WORLD WAR - A LITTLE BIT OF URBAN ROCK/WORKING CLASS MAN

THIRD WORLD WAR - A LITTLE BIT OF URBAN ROCK/WORKING CLASS MAN

This proto-punk release is back in print for the first time since 1972. Remastered from the original tapes. Terry Stamp and Jim Avery (ex-The Attack, Thunderclap Newman) hold the distinction of forming what was probably the UK's first real 'aggro' band, Third World War. ... read more »

 

WHITE, TREVOR - CRAZY KIDS

WHITE, TREVOR - CRAZY KIDS

A remastered reissue of this 1976 cult single by Trevor White (formerly of Jook, Radio Stars and Sparks), assisted by MARTIN GORDON (Sparks, Radio Stars) and CHRIS TOWNSON (John's Children, Jook, Jet, Radio Stars). The B-side of this single, 'Movin' In The Right Direction', ... read more »

 

WILD CHERRIES - I'M THE SEA/DAILY PLANET

WILD CHERRIES - I'M THE SEA/DAILY PLANET

Reissue of the final single by The Wild Cherries. This very sought after single has been out of print for nearly 50 years, and was originally released on Havoc Records in November 1971.

 

 


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