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I bought all of these in the last 3 weeks. Some of these CD's I've owned before but for various disappeared

AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

AC/DC - If You Want Blood You've Got It

AC/DC - Highway To Hell

Blind Faith - Blind Faith

The Clash - From Here To Eternity

The Jacksons - Number 1's

Jimi Hendrix - Valley's Of Neptunes

Nico - The Classic Years

The Pixies - Surfer Rosa

Them Crooked Vultures - Them Crooked Vultures

The Velvet Underground - Another View

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A couple of fine 45's:

The Jokers Wild -

/ I Just Can't Explain It (Metrobeat 1967)

Nice psych 45. B-side sounds very Who-ish!

The Sneakers - Whatcha Gonna Do / I'm Goin' Back (Hot Line 1965-'66?)

Super cool frat rock from New Orleans! Check out them leads LOL!!

Lightnin' Slim -

/ It's Mighty Crazy (Excello 1957)

One of my favourite swamp blues artists! The clip shows a 78 rpm of the same record I got.

The Kelly Brothers - Got The Feeling / You're The Most (Sims 1965)

The A-side is an ace northern soul tune!!

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The Dead Weather - Horehound

Leonard Cohen - The Future

When I got home I realized the case of horehound was empty so I had to go back to the record store...the guy behind the counter had given me the empty case from the shelf and not the one from behind the desk with the actual product. Hah, I was pissed off for a while but soon forgot about it all when I realized what silly mistake it had been.

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The Singles by the Pretenders on cassette. :)

On vinyl: Women and Children First by Van Halen; Pretenders; and GetYour Ya-Ya's Out! by the Stones! Also "Hot Rod Lincoln" by Commander Cody on 45.

Then I also found a Pink Floyd DSoTM baseball cap! :banana:

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Two great classic garage rock 45's:

Kenny & The Kasuals - Journey To Tyme / I'm Gonna Make It (United Artists 1966)

Fab garage single by this infamous Texas group!

Steve Walker & The Bold -

/ Found What I Was Looking For (Dynovoice 1967)

The most fierce cover I've ever heard of Train Kept A Rollin'!!! I love it!

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  • 2 weeks later...

Vinyl: Jimi Hendrix - In Concert

Grateful Dead - Wake Of The Flood

DVD: Led Zeppelin - First Knight At Knebworth :D:banana::thumbsup:

I also bought a Grateful Dead From the Mars Hotel button and a Pink Floyd Piper at the Gates of Dawn button.

I also was able to buy the Them Crooked Vultures 10 inch picture disc a day early :yay::yay:

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The Smiths - Hatful Of Hollow (my 5th copy of it)

Morrissey - Viva Hate (my 4th copy of it) & Parlophone singles '88-'95

Public Image Limited - Plastic Box

The White Stripes - Elephant (my 2nd copy of it)

Them Crooked Vultures - Them Crooked Vultures

Sugar - Copper Blue (my 2nd copy of it), Beaster (also my second copy of it), & Besides

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A couple of 45's:

Little Walter & His Jukes - Mellow Down Easy / Last Night (Checker 1954)

Top notch early blues. One hell of a harmonica solo on this tune!

Smokey Smothers - I've Been Drinkin' Muddy Water / I Ain't Gonna Be No Monkey Man No More (Federal 1960)

Rockin' Chicago blues! Underrated artist, Smokey Smothers RULES! Freddie King on guitar!!

The Third Booth - I Need Love / Mysteries (Independence 1968)

FUZZ garage monster track!

The Electric Prunes - I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) / Luvin' (Reprise 1966)

Really nice garage classic! Love the B-side too, trippy blues!!

Tony And The Bandits -

/
(Coral 1965)

Great 60's beat!

The Temptashuns - Sexy Ways / Strawberry Man (Lemco 1964)

Great MOD r'n'b!!

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CD's:

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield, Buffalo Springfield Again

Books:

Joan Jett by Todd Oldham

Spin: 20 Years Of Alternative Music by Will Hermes with Sia Michel

Foxy: My Life In Three Acts by Pam Grier with Andrea Cagan

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