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Dolly MixtureOther Music

Label:Sealed Records – SEAL 005
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Yellow
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:New Wave, Indie Pop

Tracklist

A1How Come You're Such A Hit With The Boys, Jane? (Alternate Version)
A2Femme Fatale
Written-ByLou Reed
A3Foxy Foxy
Written-ByIan Hunter
A4Night After Night
Written-ByPete Overend Watts*
A5Divided By A Wall
A6Rainbow Valley
Written-ByCason*, Gayden*
B1Dust To Dust
B2The Same Mistake
B3Our Tune
B4Down The Line
B5Now When I Count
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Credits

  • Design [Uncredited]Paul Kelly
  • Lacquer Cut ByLvC*
  • Photography By [Cover Photograph]Laurie Lewis (4)
  • Written-ByWykes* (tracks: A1, A5, B1 to B5), Smith* (tracks: A1, A5, B1 to B5), Bor* (tracks: A1, A5, B1 to B5)

Notes

Limited edition of 200 copies on yellow vinyl.

"These recordings were made between 1978 and 1984 and have been sourced from the best available formats. In some cases the tracks are taken directly from the original quarter inch studio masters, however other recordings no longer exist as masters and have been reproduced from the band's own personal cassette tapes, therefore quality varies from song to song".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SEAL 005 A MPO 19 141966 -LvC-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SEAL 005 B MPO 19 141967 -LvC-

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Other Music (LP, Compilation)Sealed RecordsSEAL 005UK2019

Reviews

  • Baskervils's avatar
    Baskervils
    Edited 2 years ago
    This is a killer collection with a few essential rarities. Although you would think that the Dolly Mixture Singles collection would cover their strongest work, this is THE collection to get, along with Demonstration Tapes . The alternate version of How Come You're Such A Hit With The Boys, Jane?, Night After Night and Foxy Foxy are only available here, as far as I know. From Rough Trade: "Among the 11 tracks are two tracks that were recorded in 1978 at Spaceward Studios and intended as their debut 7", an alternate recording of How Come You’re Such A Hit With The Boys, Jane?, Covers of the Velvets Femme Fatale and Mott the Hoople's Foxy Foxy, a Demo for Paul Weller's Respond Records plus five tracks recorded in 1984. These were the band’s final recording session and recorded at Treetop Studios, Suffolk. All tracks on vinyl for the first time." The only so-so track is their cover of Femme Fatale, which is fine, but it interrupts the flow of the dazzling originals and their great cover of "Rainbow Valley" originally recorded by The Love Affair.

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