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HM/HR名盤シリーズ 1988年1月19日リリース🔥

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Great day playing & hearing some awesome tunes. Really enjoyed getting to grips with 's sexy rotary too. Lovely machine. Thanks for having me round mate.







I overpaid for it considering the condition of the cover, but the record is pristine, so I'll call it a wash. Either way, I'm happy to have found Freddy's Greatest Hits in the wild!


















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Massive thanks to everyone who's purchased 'Ideality' on . You legends have put this album back up on the #1 spot of the & charts. I'm truly humbled by your support 🙏🏼.




Pretty nice winter's Saturday. Sun is Shining 'n' the weather is sweet. Meks me want to move my dancing feet to the Mighty 91. SLC tunes. 3 hours on deck!




しまざき由理 - 面影 / Gメン’75のテーマ、Gメンのジャケ違い。 「Gメン’75」のテーマ(スーパー・オーケストラ)A面にGメン75主題歌の面影(しまざき由理)、「追想」は収録曲も違うね。



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Having fun with Christina and my new lil furry friend at the Lawrenceville Record show




Inclement weather has cancelled all social activities ... time to check off “ alphabetize “ on todo list






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Resident Evil – Code: Veronica Vinyl 

Besides my love for men, my other love is music. Like I said in a previous post, I recently got into collecting vinyl. I have right over 400 albums ranging from the 1950s-1980s: pop, rock, jazz, disco, country…you name it. Some are classic albums, and some you’ll scratch your head at. You might be bored with this but fuck it, it’s my blog. Not only do I enjoy listening to the albums in the format in which they were originally intended to be listened to, I love the visual aspect of an album cover and gatefold. I have begun to listen to each album in alphabetical order. I would love to know your thoughts on any of these or if you have a special memory that is triggered, from childhood, first crush, or a backseat rendezvous listening to one of these. Enjoy.

John Cougar - ″American Fool”

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Toto - Desert Theme (Vinyl)

Besides my love for men, my other love is music. Like I said in a previous post, I recently got into collecting vinyl. I have right over 400 albums ranging from the 1950s-1980s: pop, rock, jazz, disco, country…you name it. Some are classic albums, and some you’ll scratch your head at. You might be bored with this but fuck it, it’s my blog. Not only do I enjoy listening to the albums in the format in which they were originally intended to be listened to, I love the visual aspect of an album cover and gatefold. I have begun to listen to each album in alphabetical order. I would love to know your thoughts on any of these or if you have a special memory that is triggered, from childhood, first crush, or a backseat rendezvous listening to one of these. Enjoy.

Joe Sample - ″The Hunter”

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Witchfinder General: Friends of Hell (1983)

Today, decades after the fact, Witchfinder General are genuinely revered by discerning head-bangers (if not the populace at large) for defending Black Sabbath’s doom legacy during the New Wave of British Heavy Metal’s speed-loving heyday, but things weren’t nearly as rosy back then …

Instead, much like black metal pioneers Venom, for the duration of their early ‘80s run, Witchfinder General got, to quote Rodney Dangerfield: NO respect!

When they weren’t being pestered for their heretical subject-matter by religious groups, the band was generally dismissed or ridiculed by snooty metal fans, who considered them rank amateurs next to more accomplished N.W.O.B.H.M. outfits like Iron Maiden, Def Leppard and Saxon.

All of which was technically true, but not enough to dissuade these residents of the West Midlands town of Stourbridge (also home of the mighty Diamond Head) from raising hell on their 1982 debut, Death Sentence, nor doubling down on the next year’s sophomore Friends of Hell.

Both albums came packaged in scandalous tableaus, showing medievally-garbed band members frolicking in church graveyards with half-naked wenches/witches (as one does), leaving little to the imagination, and also setting expectations for the crude but spirited music found within.

Sure enough, standouts like the provocatively named “Love on Smack,” cynical “Last Chance” (with a drum intro straight out of “Iron Man”), semi-epic “Quietus Reprise,” and none-too-subtle title track alternate grinding power chords and galloping breakaways, taking virtually all of their cues from Iommi and co.

But Witchfinder General also try their hand at more commercial fare, turning in an almost serviceable single in the unnaturally upbeat, synth-enhanced “Music,” before missing the mark completely on the weepy acoustic ballad “I Lost You.”

Indeed, I think it’s fair to say you lost all of us!

And without a stone cold classic like the debut’s “Witchfinder General” on hand to forgive all their sins, Witchfinder General had officially run out of grace (snort!), and broke up not long after Friends of Hell’s release, in late 1983.

More Witchfinder General: Death Penalty.

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This is a 2006 copy of Method Man’s double album 4:21…The Day After. As I’m sure everyone knows by now, Wu-Tang Clan ain’t nothing to fuck with. That goes for its individual members such as Mr. Meth. This release has an all-star lineup of collabs, with fellow Wu-Tang members like RZA and ODB (post-death, RIP) as well as outsiders like Ginuwine and Redman, just to name a few. It’s a shame that Def Jam did little to nothing to promote the album, because these tracks are actually pretty amazing stuff. Despite that it still debuted at 8 on Billboard so if that’s not a testament to Method Man and Wu-Tang’s talent then I don’t know what is.

Besides my love for men, my other love is music. Like I said in a previous post, I recently got into collecting vinyl. I have right over 400 albums ranging from the 1950s-1980s: pop, rock, jazz, disco, country…you name it. Some are classic albums, and some you’ll scratch your head at. You might be bored with this but fuck it, it’s my blog. Not only do I enjoy listening to the albums in the format in which they were originally intended to be listened to, I love the visual aspect of an album cover and gatefold. I have begun to listen to each album in alphabetical order. I would love to know your thoughts on any of these or if you have a special memory that is triggered, from childhood, first crush, or a backseat rendezvous listening to one of these. Enjoy.

Joe Sample - ″Voices in the Rain”

Besides my love for men, my other love is music. Like I said in a previous post, I recently got into collecting vinyl. I have right over 400 albums ranging from the 1950s-1980s: pop, rock, jazz, disco, country…you name it. Some are classic albums, and some you’ll scratch your head at. You might be bored with this but fuck it, it’s my blog. Not only do I enjoy listening to the albums in the format in which they were originally intended to be listened to, I love the visual aspect of an album cover and gatefold. I have begun to listen to each album in alphabetical order. I would love to know your thoughts on any of these or if you have a special memory that is triggered, from childhood, first crush, or a backseat rendezvous listening to one of these. Enjoy.

Joe Cocker - ″Mad Dogs & Englishmen”