No Artist ‎– The Nothing Record Album

Solid Gold Records (2) ‎– SGR 1002
Vinyl, LP, Album, 45 RPM, 78 RPM


A1 Sounds Of Silence
A2 Nothing Jam
A3 Schubert's Unfinished Symphony
A4 Remembrance Day Service
A5 The Sound Of One Hand Clapping
B1 Comedy Concert
B2 A Dramatic Reading
B3 Slow Blues
B4 Mob's Medley
B5 Nowhere Man

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This album only contain silent tracks. No sound on either side. Includes lyrics sheet (blank paper) and poster (blank paper)

The following comments are written on cover:
A1 - The original never-before-released version without drum track, bass track, guitar track or vocal track.
A2 - Rare concert recording featuring Buddy Holly, Jimi Henrix, Duane Allman, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, Everett Dirksen, and the "King" himself, Louis XIV.
A3 - Performed in its entirety by the Boise School For The Mute
A4 - Great moment to remember
A5 - The great Zen hit from the Japanese Noh play.
B1 - Martin Null
B2 - Sir Laurence Olivier decides "not to be".
B3 - A trip to Mississippi reveals that the legendary Blind John Reverend was not only blind, but also dead, which acccounts for his unique sound.
B4 - Al Capone "Sings"; Lucky Luciano's Greatest "Hits"; Jimmy Hoffa's rendition of "Down By The Bay".
B5 - Sung by the legendary "sixth Beatle" Stu Sutcliffe

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Groove): SGR-1002A BLANK REF. PARA
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Groove): SGR-1002B BLANK REF. PARA

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September 14, 2015
This must be one of the pinnacles of novelty records.


September 4, 2013
Hilarious. Bought it just beacuse of the title.