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    Now I also know where Andy Partridge (XTC) got his outtakes compilation series name from too
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    Yes I too thought of the Fuzzy Warbles / Andy Partridge thing but the term and it's use in 'Clockwork Orange' must originate from or be related to it's use in 'Fuzzy Logic'. The music is 'Fuzzy' as in having unclear boundaries and unpredictability. Just mistakenly thought it was refering to the patern of buying here rather than the actual genre. So presume the Psych connection to XTC is the Dukes Of Stratosphere output. Or am I reading too much into it and Fuzzy Warbles is just the physical disc ? Alex did talk a lot of bollocks in that film anyway.

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    you lot..

    Another fuzzy i won last night:
    New Old Stock, 2LP .. still sealed..Spring 'Spring' (Akarma Records)

    Truly awesome Leicester band, Mellotrons a go-go

    I'm guessing at 600-700.00 for a mint original 1st issue on RCA:Neon Records

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    This morning:
    King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King, the present 200grm vinyl got it in a sale 16.99 free post

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    This week - Psychedelic Furs, Jesus & Mary Chain and The Damned. Seem to have got stuck in the early 80s

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    180 gram vinyl "I Am The Cosmos" - Chris Bell, 180 gram vinyl "of the people/by the people/for the people from" - The Common People, 180 gram vinyl "Sanctuary II" - The Byrds. Brilliant, all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F307 View Post
    This morning:
    King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King, the present 200grm vinyl got it in a sale 16.99 free post
    Bit cheaper than the 60 Vinyl Exchange in Manchester were asking just the other week...Not sure if they were having a Turkish or a Giraffe tbh, possibly both.

    On the plus side I have secured a copy of Sade's first album, mint inner, mint outer and obviously unplayed for the princley sum of 1...By Grabthar's Hammer, what a savings
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    Hi Martin
    I'm very very impressed with this re-issue, the best one ive seen to date, very good quality, i especially like they way they made the label look a bit like a 1st issue Pink Island jobbie.. The drumming near the end of 'In The Court'' sounds miles better to me than the Japanese HQCD edition i have..

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    Just been to Probe Records, in Liverpool, and got the following on brand new vinyl:

    Drums Between The Bells - Brian Eno/Rick Holland.

    The Singles Collection - The Creation.

    Ekstasis - Julia Holter.

    Off to spin them, after I've finished watching the Euro Championships!

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    Quote Originally Posted by F307 View Post
    This morning:
    King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King, the present 200grm vinyl got it in a sale 16.99 free post
    I picked a copy of this up in the Vinyl Exchange in Manchester - sixty bloody beer tokens I put it right back. Yes, it WAS the re-issue. Since then seen various issues priced between 22 and <silly amount> so I have the digital version. I don't like it that much but it does bring back memories of a particularly lissom young lady

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