Various ‎– Rock Rally '80

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Lark ‎– INL 3507
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A1 The Machines Colder
Written-By – Paul De Spieghelaere*
2:52
A2 The Singles Don't Wait
Written-By – Paul Demuynck
2:03
A3 The Sweeties Postcard Babies
Written-By – Peter Pluut
2:43
A4 De Brassers Kontrole
Written-By – Willy Dirckx*
4:51
A5 Privy Get Up For The Ladies
Written-By – Luc Nuitter
3:06
A6 Toulouse Lectric Hollow Sounds
Written-By – Jan Thijs (2), Werner Pensaert
3:07
B1 Der Polizei Let's Do The Razzia
Written-By – Jean Rousseau (2)
3:10
B2 Revenge 88 Into The Future
Written-By – Frank Debaillie, Willy Lambregt
3:11
B3 Red Zebra Crimes Of Passion
Written-By – Geert Maertens, Peter Slabbynck
3:52
B4 Weekend (2) Billy Loser
Written-By – Daniel De Schrije*, Erik Lambeets*, Gerrit Vermeulen
1:35
B5 The Stat-X Fake
Written-By – Filip Van Steenberge, Willy Clement*
2:12
B6 The Employees Through The Ceiling
Written-By – Dirk Debraekeleer, Geert Vanroelen
2:24

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Title on cover: "Rock Rally '80"; title on label: "Rock Rally 1980".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SABAM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ZPRS 271 +
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): 1̶9̶8̶0̶ A̶ ZPRS - 271 + 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ZPRS 272 +
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): 1̶9̶8̶0̶ B̶ ZPRS - 272 + 1 +

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mickymike

mickymike

December 7, 2007

This compilation i found to be an extremely compelling listen, full of twee wave rarities and little gems from the 80's that emits a sound hard to parallel on todays genre menu's, based on this fact alone makes this release an essential "must have", and coming from the bottom of the planet; New Zealand, we find this style of document incredibly valuable and difficult to find, which is another reason why we've given this record such a positive review!
broodthaers

broodthaers

September 11, 2005
edited over 9 years ago

Only worth buying if you are into collecting artwork from Joost Swarte who designed the front cover.