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  1. BuzzzFuzzz

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    John Fogerty 'Centrefield' 1985 Warner Bros . Records Inc. Made in USA. Smooth Rock 'n' Roll.
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    Moving into some lighter Rock... Talking Heads '77' Sire Records Inc. Warner Bros. WEA, Aust. In perfect condition, sounding very nice after a face peel.
  3. G'day everyone. My first movie post on this thread. I have been so absorbed by my music for the last year or two, that movies have taken a bit of a back seat. Last night I had a little weed and watched this Blu-ray for the first time... Thoroughly enjoyable movie, great visuals and acting, some funny stuff and food for thought about our future. I liked it so much I had an 'erbal breakfast (very rare these days), and watched it again this morning. Cheers. Ant.
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    Scatterbrain 'Here Comes Trouble' 1990 In Effect, Hollis, New York. (single record - both sides pictured) Great fun, very well played and recorded. In the Funk/Metal vein of RHCP and Faith No More.
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    Nice one man. Yeah, I have Zodiac's 'High Priest of Love' EP on vinyl. But, no The Mission records, only the compilation CD of 'Sum and Substance', with 'Tower of Strength' and 'Beyond the Pale (Armageddon mix)',which are produced by John Paul Jones. Sisters of Mercy 'Vision Thing' is one of my favs, but no vinyl copy, just CD (which sounds bloody awesome). Cheers mate. Ant.
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    Keeping the Hard/Heavy Rock vibe... D-A-D 'No Fuel Left for the Pilgrims' 1989 Medley Records, Liberation Records. Made in Aust.
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    G'day Fellas. Big, Loud & Heavy - Rockin' out with... Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction 'Tattooed Beat Messiah' 1988 Phonogram Records, Polygram Aust.
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    Just had four racks (200) Cd's blow over with the wind, should know better by now to close the doors. A few cracked cases, no biggie, putting back in alphabetical order took some time though. Listened to this... Neil Young & Crazy Horse 'Live Rust' 1979 Reprise Records. Warner Bros Records. Made in Aust. The vinyl is in great shape. A splendid performance and recording.
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    Peeling a couple more... 'Festival of Light Classical Music' 1961 Reader's Digest. RCA Records, USA. 12 LP box set. Playing record 01... An Op Shop score a while back for $10, in beautiful nic, sound is very good indeed.
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    Ahoy hoy. An old favourite here as well... Jeff Wayne 'War of the Worlds' 1978 CBS Records, USA. Made in Aust. I heard this for the first time when I was about 10. It was one of the first records that really captivated me as a youngin', and my heart would race at times, especially the build up around the opening of the Martian ship. I loved the paintings with the cover art, using this one... ...as inspiration for my year 10 major art work, which got lost through the years and I don't even have a picture of it. Sounding very nice after a face peel. What a shame they didn't use this version for the movie. here's hoping, one day maybe.
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    Hey JJ, I really like the first three Hawkwind albums. Having navigated most of their work under the influence, the first three, then 'Hall...' & 'Warrior...' are the ones I return to most for the full psy experience.
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    Evening Lads... '88 - A big year for extended Megamixes... 'Celebrate '88 Megamixes' 1987 EMI Records, Aust. Festival Records, Aust. Excellent sound and production.
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    Evening Lads... My holy trinity right here... Black Sabbath 'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath' 1973 Vertigo - 1996 Earmark. Made by Abraxas, Italy. Deep Purple 'Machine Head' 1972 EMI Aust. Led Zeppelin 'IV' 1973 - Jimmy Page Remaster 180gm - Atlantic Records. Made in Germany.
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    ...onto the previous Sabbath album... Black Sabbath 'Technical Ecstacy' 1976 Vertigo Records. Phonogram, Germany. I've had this since new, and I love this album. Definitely more focussed than their next one. Great songs, well played and recorded. I've always had a soft spot for Bill singing 'It's Alright'. The opening of side two with 'All Moving Parts (Stand Still)', and Rock 'n' Roll Doctor' are my preferred tracks, but it's a solid album that flows nicely, like most Sabbath albums.
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    Not one of the well regarded Sabbath albums... Black Sabbath 'Never Say Die' 1978 Vertigo Records. Polygram, Aust. ... with Ozzy wondering what was going on with the Jazz angle, and refusing to sing vocals written with his temporary replacement, Savoy Brown & Fleetwood Mac vocalist Dave Walker. Criticised as unbalanced and confused, which are fair enough. The final album for the original four, a band on its last breath. Still, some of us like it; the riffs are there, Geezer is cranking the bass, and I could listen to Bill Ward play drums all day (after Jon Bonham that is), and Don Airey on keyboards. Definitely a departure from the early Sabbath sound, and that was OK for me, I love Dio Sabbath and Gillan Sabbath.
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