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posted a comment on Teena Marie - It Must Be Magic. over 10 years ago
You're right, that image was the 1981 reissue which I'm subbing right now.
posted a comment on The Art Of Noise. over 10 years ago
RE : This has to be one of the most overrated musical groups in the history of electronic music.
I must say I have to agree with you even though I own numerous titles of theirs.
posted a review of Our Daughters Wedding* - The Digital Cowboy Record. over 10 years ago
Superb 4 track EP that should be appreciated by fans of early Human League, Heaven 17, and A Flock Of Seagulls.
posted a comment on Free Life - Dance Fantasy. over 10 years ago
If you don't have the LP already you better get it because these tracks are only average compared to whats on that ! It's an absolute classic from start to finish.
posted a comment on Deep Heat - Precious Woman / Kozz (Let It Come This Feelin' Of Love). over 10 years ago
I've got this myself, "Precious Woman" is superb even at 06.47 hours in the morning when processing your order ! You encouraged me to spin it.
posted a review of The Verdict (2) - That's Where I Come In / Mr. Wizard. over 10 years ago
Very scarce Chicago soul track only issued on a 7". No details appear on the record stating the writers or musicians names, however the sound is so close that I believe this is Maxx Traxx under a different name. Members of that band can be found... See full review
posted a comment on Claudja Barry And Ronnie Jones / Claudja Barry - It Takes Two / Dance, Dance, Dance. over 10 years ago
What you mean is then, you obviously DON'T have a copy of THIS record, isn't it....?
posted a comment on Puzique - Nice 'n' Tight. over 10 years ago
Agreed this is one hell of a tune. Bassline is a replayed (I think, as it doesn't sound quite the same as the original) version of Harvey Mason's "Groovin You" from 1979. Can't make up my mind whether the vocals are sampled from an old record or not,... See full review
posted a review of Diamond Duel Records. over 12 years ago
Diamond Duel Records was a shop on Stoneleigh Broadway, four miles from Epsom, in Surrey, England. Between the ages of 2 and 18 I lived approximately 200 yards away. They carried a superb selection of brand new releases, especially most of the hot... See full review