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  1. Sadly this is true. I've been going there close to 25 years but lately he's just gone crazy with pricing. Rocking Horse Records in the City has a good selection especially since they merged with Egg Records from West End. Rockaway at Carindale Shopping Centre has some great second hand selections as well.
  2. Starting with some Sci Fi on a Sunday. Rush '2112' (1976)
  3. A soothing Saturday morning spin Pink Floyd 'Atom Heart Mother' (1970)
  4. Giving Deep Purple MKIII a smashing. 'Burn' (1973)
  5. Shame you couldn't have split them. Be gone like hotcakes I reckon.
  6. Giving the ladies a spin on a Saturday morning. Siouxsie and the Banshees "Ju Ju" (1981) Kate Bush "Never for Ever" (1981) Judie Tzuke "Welcome to the Cruise" (1980)
  7. Great album. I remember it's got the track that Deep Purple flogged the intro for 'Child in Time'
  8. Venom "Black Metal" (1982) 2/3 of this band are coming to town as 'Venom Inc' supporting Girlschool. Now that's going to be loud.
  9. Spinning some classic Southern Rock this afternoon. The Rossington Collins Band "Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere" (1980) featuring two survivors from the fateful Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash guitarists Allen Collins and Gary Rossington. Blackfoot 'Tomcattin' (1980) featuring past Skynyrd drummer and future Skynyrd guitarist Rickey Medlocke. Finally some true Southern Rock heavy-weights in every sense of the word. Molly Hatchet 'Flirtin' with Disaster' (1980)
  10. Spinning some albums in honour of Paul Raymond (Guitar/Keyboards) from UFO and MSG who passed away a couple of weeks ago. He was still on the road with UFO this year. His first brush with fame was when he replaced Christine McVie in Chicken Shack when she left to join Fleetwood Mac. He joined UFO in 1976 and appeared first on the 'Lights Out' album in 1977. His consummate keyboard skills proved a worthy foil for Michael Schenker's guitar and he provided extra meat on stage by playing solid rhythm guitar. A sad loss to rock'n'roll. UFO 'Obsession' (1978) UFO 'Strangers in the Night' (1979) Michael Schenker Group 'MSG' (1981)
  11. It's really weird because the fibres are all different lengths which would suggest they are not just falling off the brush but snapping as well. I've never experienced that in 20+ Carbon Fibre Brush's over the years. Take your one into the back yard and burn the wretched thing.
  12. Discogs has a few NM original pressings for sale at good prices.
  13. Just heard that Paul Raymond had died so am spinning some classic UFO "Lights Out'
  14. Queensryche 'Operation Mindcrime' (1988) Rush 'Permanent Waves' (1980)
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