Artist: The Flirts Title: Passion Year: 1982 Label: Unidisc Cover Artist/Designer/Photographer: Unknown, presumed in house art department
Gimmick album covers are the best.
Bowie’s album catalog includes two oddballs, three if you count his debut on the Deram label.
The cassette single was a stupid format, and that’s what makes it interesting.
If “transitional album” ever makes its way to Websters, Empire’s album cover should be pictured right next to the definition.
Do people born after 1983 realize just how huge The Police were?
There are two kinds of Christmas music people: Those who want to hear the exact same songs sung the same way by the same people and those who don’t. There’s a third […]
Looks like Doris got a new dress, powder blue and double breasted, too.
Horrible family photos aren’t limited to your friends and neighbors.
Flea markets aren’t what they used to be, vinyl-wise, but now and then something interesting happens so I still hit the flea on a regular basis.