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  1. Talking .....Paul Kelly

    Is your workmate Dan Luscombe or are there more Luscombe brothers?
  2. Knock offs/clones on ebay

    This is due to 70 years of communism that through oppression, education/programming stifled free thought and hence innovation. The powers that be are now flat out readjusting to a modified model of capitalism that keeps the totalitarian thing, realising the need for certain "approved" innovation as well
  3. @colinm1 has grabbed the following in the pre-approval pre-sale. rod stewart foreigner Depeche mode thompson twins
  4. 14 hours and counting waiting for approval. Not sure about this classifieds system, here I am with 950 posts over 5 years and someone still got burnt by a new account holder a few weeks ago.
  5. Fellas, I have a batch of early CDs for sale, currently awaiting approval. Just wanted to give you guys the heads up, as I'd prefer them to go to the regulars on this thread. If it wasnt for you, I would know the significance of "target" https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/236761-fs-perth-early-production-cds-including-a-couple-of-targets/
  6. Item: 13x Various early production CDs Location: Perth - inner northern burbs Price: $5 each, but you'll have to buy a few Item Condition: VG++ to NM Reason for selling: Not my taste. From a friends collection he is disposing of. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash preferred, willing to post at cost for multiple purchases Extra Info: All are either West German, Japanese or UK (Depeche Mode) production from the 1980s. CDs and cases are in excellent condition, time capsule stuff. Click on the title for the Discogs release info. Reserve the right to sell to my person of choice, eg buys job lot, local pick or SNA regular. Bryan Adams Reckless Thompson Twins Here's To Future Days Eagles (not pictured, sorry forgot) Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 Foreigner (Target) Agent Provocateur Grace Jones Island Life Depeche Mode Music For The Masses Stevie Nicks Rock A Little Eurythmics Revenge Icehouse Measure for Measure Madonna Like A Virgin Madonna Like A Prayer Elton John Love Songs Rod Stewart (Target) Body Wishes Pictures:
  7. Vintage Caravan 1966 Crestline

    Totes having very early childhood flashbacks with this.
  8. The Clouds + Falling Joys

    This review just came out. I wouldn't disagree with much. http://xpressmag.com.au/the-clouds-metropolis-fremantle-gets-6-510/
  9. Netflix currently watching

    Totally hooked on Stranger Things this week. Been watching an episode a night after hearing a few recommendations. Interesting how they have meshed the 1980s supernatural story with the kids story, teen flick and adult drama. Great soundtrack as well, you don't expect Joy Division
  10. The Clouds + Falling Joys

    I went to the show in Fremantle last Friday night. Was an interesting experience due to the passage of time, nostalgia and memories of the bands. First up I loved the Falling Joys. They seemed a bit rusty playing live which was understandable, but the songs...... so good. I haven't played my Falling Joys CDs this century, but they didn't play a song that I couldn't at least sing a long part of. Brought back many fond memories of gigs in Perth in the very early 90s at venues that no longer exist. Our crew was mighty happy. On the other hand, The Clouds were "tighter than Steely Dan" (Ween quote), sounding like they had been playing and rehearsing for the last 20 years. Killer drummer and the rest of the band all in top form. However, the songs were missing. I swear I only recognised Hieronymus, Say It and Bower of Bliss. We were all pretty stunned and disappointed at the time on the "obscure" setlist on their proper return to Perth after all these years. I later checked out the discography and its apparent I lost interest after the Penny Century album. So points back to them due to my ignorance of later work. Just don't go along expecting a nostalgia show based around the first EPs and album. All up a good night and a surprisingly large crowd, though I think there might have been some freebies handed out going by some of the slightly interested crowd. Also bizarre to be back in that Metropolis Fremantle main room, I reckon for the first time in 20 years, after spending a lot of the nineties in there and it was almost exactly the same! Memories.... Wonderstuff, INXS, Teenage Fanclub, Stone Roses, Dinosaur Jr, Billy Bragg, Urge Overkill etc etc
  11. The last six bottles Alana's Pantry Mexico Spicy Sauce from Coles when they were clearing stock. Sadly missed.
  12. Vinyl Affair on Saturday 4th November

    Nice one. I deliberately set up at 11.58 so that at least general punters had a chance. I'd heard about the dealers pre doors antics.
  13. One of my local charity stores is now doing CDs at $1. So i get to cherry pick and then only pay a buck. Sweet.
  14. AT91BL phono cartridge at JBhifi

    That extra 20 bux also gets you the highly regarded AT95E. https://www.storedj.com.au//audio-technica-at95e-bl-cartridge-w-elliptical-stylus?gclid=Cj0KCQjwm9vPBRCQARIsABAIQYeBsGptOT-nd-n3Oo6hP0qxc5eteNn8-HyiAPUkza8X7nELQ1TiJc4aAnJIEALw_wcB The AT95E and OM10 are the true bargains of the audio cartridge world.
  15. Jazz: Currently Spinning

    One of my favorite album covers. So much attitude 😉
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