Various ‎– Fading Yellow

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Flower Machine Records ‎– FMRCD 1001
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Timeless Pop-Sike & Other Delights 1965-69
Limited edition 1000 copies
Due to unavailability of certain master recordings, some surface noise may be evident. Muchos thanks goes to; Erik M, Arthur P Mole, John H B, Moptop Mike, Geoffrey W, (Magic) Hans M, Jonas E (Mr Pophead himself!), Stefan K, Martin T and Myself! The first 8 trax on this CD was originally included on a 1995 LP in a limited edition of 330(!) copies.
Made by Fans for Fans

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  • Matrix / Runout: OASIS FLOWER1 61519/2-1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FMRLP001 Various Fading Yellow Volume One(2xLP, Comp, Ltd, Num, RE) Flower Machine Records FMRLP001 Sweden 2012 Sell This Version
FMRCD 1001 Various Fading Yellow(CD, Comp, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) Flower Machine Records FMRCD 1001 Sweden 2017 Sell This Version

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JJMMWGDuPree

September 13, 2014
These are the 6 tracks from the original album that didn't make it onto the CD. Thanks to whoever posted the original track listing.

A2 –Bill Fay - Screams In The Ears
A5 –Bengt & Pontus - Didn't You Hear Me?
A6 –Steve Flynn (2) - Mr Rainbow
B2 –Two And A Half - I Don't Need To Tell You
B5 –Bengt & Pontus - Your Problem
B6 –Mick Softley - Am I The Red One?
JJMMWGDuPree

JJMMWGDuPree

April 2, 2014
This page should actually be labelled 'Fading Yellow (Re-issue)'. The original album came out in 1995, and depending upon which format you choose, contains 8 or 9 tracks from the original album. The blurb when the CD came out said 8, but the distributor of the LP says it's 9. I have to say I've checked the track listing and I can't see the difference, unless of course one of the track listings is wrong...

Meanwhile, does anyone have a copy of the original, limited edition of 330, album so we can feature the original track list?