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I guess Two Suns, The Sophtware Slump and Purple Rain.
or maybe Time (elo), Kid A and Knock Knock.
I dunno, I like all my records. I've got a couple of hundred.
He's got a couple of hundred vinyls, that's how you know he means business.
music is shit.
Jon S Hall & Kramer - Real Men
Kate & Anna McGarrigle - s/t
I'm not sure how this information is going to help anybody but happy to share.
Marilyn Manson's Torniquet single
Backyard Babies' Bombed (Out of my mind) single
These are all the vinyls I own. A few years ago I would have said my Negasonic Teenage Warhead single in the shape of Dave Wyndorf's head but that got broken.
The Electric Six - Gay Bar
Bee Gees - Tragedy
7" original release of Johnny Boy's You Are the Generation
dopesmoker picture disc
thanks for reading
because I gave the other three to a charity shop
I'm not going to tell you what they are though because I don't believe you are genuinely interested
The best is the picture disc with two lady demons 69ing.
the speech bubble shaped one
the white one
1. The Hold Kiss Kill one that they were kind enough to send me in the wake of this thread ^__^ http://drownedinsound.com/community/boards/music/4277458
2. Weird interview with the bay city rollers, all I remember is really creepy forced-sounding banter about fan mail and something about a skeleton jumping out of a cupboard
3. GOLD flexi advertising the Isle of Man as a holiday destination
1. RRR 1000. Mindboggling.
2. TR-909 "Bass Drum" on
Sex Tags Mania. So absurd, just one 4/4 kick on one groove on one side. :D
3. NON 'Pagan Muzak' - the original.
Actually i have others I probably like better than Pagan Muzak so this is more of a list of most significant locked groove records i own
sweep the leg johnny - tomorrow we will run faster
icebreaker international - trein maersk
juno - a future lived in past tense
Canned Heat - Living The Blues, pre release press print
Fleetwood Mac - Need Your Love so bad, 7"
'Mothership Connection' Parliament
'Bend Sinister' The Fall
'Faded Seaside Glamour' Delays
are giving serious answers in this thread.
This is a really hard question, but my top 3 in terms of a combination of the music, artwork, value and overall package I'd go for -
Melvins - Stoner Witch (on hot pink vinyl)
Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights (remastered and reissued; great collection of history and photos)
The Locust - New Erections (lovely splattered vinyl, great artwork)
I love that hollow rasping sound. It's more real.