King Truman ‎– Like A Gun

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Acid Jazz ‎– JAZID 9T
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Vinyl, 12"
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Leonakis

Leonakis

December 18, 2014

Willing to trade my copy!
modfather40

modfather40

March 28, 2013
edited over 6 years ago

I was lucky enough to get this 12inch off ebay 4 years ago!
wholepoint

wholepoint

April 25, 2011
This record did not get to an official release date as it was withdrawn prior. The Style Council book Mr Cool's Dream interviewed the label owner Eddie Piller;

"Three days before the release date Polydor made us pull the release. About 100 copies had already made it into the shops, 50 were given to our DJ list, 20 to press and maybe 30 white labels were made. It is the rarest release on the label by far. The rest were destroyed.’"

The Style Council performed this song at their final concert at The Royal Albert Hall in July 1989.

Do a search for Wholepoint site on the internet and add to the page if you have a copy of this release to build up as near an accurate total as possible. So estimated maximum is 200 including 30 white labels.
grooverklein

grooverklein

July 5, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
Supposed to be the rarest record by Paul Weller/The Style Council. Produced by King Truman (aka Paul Weller) and Elliot Arnold (aka Mick Talbot) featuring DC Lee. This record was recorded on the quiet while The Style Council were still under contract to Polydor and quickly was withdrawn after 300 were shipped.