I was stuck in class all day yesterday, so The BCPF and I got to Underdog Records late. That’s really all we got to do outside having dinner with friends. So, let’s just jump in…
Damn Yankees – Damn Yankees — This is really the only way I can tolerate Ted Nugent. Mainly, that’s because of Tommy Shaw and Jack Blades. I paid a good deal for this. It is in EX condition and it looks unplayed. This is a rare find. Club Edition.
Kraftwerk – Techno Pop — 1986 reissue that is best known as a record that took a half-decade to complete. One member got more into cycling than recording, the sound wasn’t up to par, etc. Limited Edition, Misprint, Reissue, Remastered, Special Edition, Stereo, Clear, 180g, German Text On Cover. New.
Kraftwerk – Autobahn — This is a reissue of a reissue. The original was released in 1974. The official reissue was in 2009 for the 35th anniversary. This is a reissue of that. Five total songs, the first side is the 22:30 long title track. New. Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Repress, Special Edition, Stereo, Blue Translucent, 180g.
Crosby Stills Nash – Live It Up — This was a live album recorded after David Crosby got out of jail in the late 80s. On name only, I don’t recognize any of the songs on this. It’s a Columbia House club version. EX.
Here’s a PSA that Underdog Records will not be open next Saturday. Jonathan and his girlfriend Kerri are hoping to start a new tradition (this being the second annual time) of going on a mini-vacation the weekend of the Super Bowl. Good for him. He deserves it. But, you can purchase new vinyl, day or night by visiting the website. And, use Discogs to curate and track your collection.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“I don’t want to live without you anymore. Can’t you see I’m in misery? And you know for sure. I would live and die for you and I know just what to do when you call me baby. Don’t say goodbye. Say you’re gonna stay forever. Oh, whoa, all the way. Can you take me high enough?” – “High Enough” (Blades/Nugent/Shaw)