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    Baby GrandeBaby Grande

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    HoZac Records – HZR-201
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    Tracklist

    A1Pure, White, & Deadly
    A2Going There And Back
    A3Madam Lash
    A4Gettin' Away With Murder
    A5Put You On My Wall
    A6You're So Continental
    B1Zephyr
    B2She Think's She's A Diamond
    B3As Above And So Below
    B4Pure, White, & Deadly (Alt Version)
    B5Madam Lash (Alt Version)
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    Recorded 1975-77 in Canberra, Australia at Alberts Studio, Air Studio & EMI Studio
    All tracks previously unreleased

    Yellow Sticker on Front Sleeve :
    Now available for the first time BABY GRANDE Australian GLAM/Proto- PUNK, missing link
    "Screaming out of Canberra circa 1975-77, teenage glam rock fans Steve Kilbey and Peter Koppes (later founding members of THE CHURCH), dug their heels in and created Baby Grande, one of the very few Aussie bands to successfully bridge the gap between glam and the quickly emerging snarl of 1st wave punk. Although their EMI deal fell through, luckily this LP has been saved from slipping through the cracks"
    with FREE download HZR-201
    HoZac Archival

    500 copies, mailorder edition of 100 with with promo poster.
    Includes inner sleeve with images and notes.
    Free download available from HoZac Records on purchase

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Etched Side A): HZR-201A Lucky Canberra Ballcrusher
    • Barcode (Etched Side B): HZR-201B Lucky Glamour Damage
    • Rights Society: AMCOS

    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Baby Grande (11×File, MP3, Album)HoZac RecordsHZR-2012018

    Reviews

    jrsmusic's profile picture
    jrsmusic
    I own this record and I think it's good stuff, very interesting to hear.
    The important thing is to thank EMI for rejecting the Baby Grande demos. Without that decision there would not have been a band called The Church.