It's rare to see Sabbath albums in the wild. They are pounced upon immediately unless they have an insane price tag. Not talking about reissues then.
Originally Posted by giantchicken
I only have Black Sabbath and Sabotage, and they serve me well. I'd like to get the others of the first 6, but not going out of my way.
It's been fairly quiet the last couple of weeks with the car boot season winding down. Maybe this was the final good car boot find of the year:
Travolta Kids - Det känns okej
After starting out in the KBD punk style, they turned more towards powerpop in 1979. I think this 7" is one of the better efforts in Swedish punkpowerpop.
My lunchtime dig usually supplies a few interesting finds, this was one ogf the better ones:
Better known for debut Belsebub är lös, this proggy outfit for some reason released their followup on budget label Moondisc, whose main output was knock-off hits compilations. As a result the sleeve is printed on thin cheap cardboard, all copies I've seen have been seriously ringworn, and damaged by multiple overlapping sale price-sticker seals (19:95 SEK > 14:95 SEK > 9:95 SEK). This one was almost OK. The record is a bit of a letdown, lyrics are mostly awkward and the songs and playing not up to scratch. I have to admit that this went onto discogs fairly quick (and off).
Family is new to me, I can see some people having problem with Roger Chapman's vocals, but I like it. Will seek out more.
Udo & Francoise is of course Jürgens and Hardy. No collaboration, just seems to be some random compilation of 1967-68 material, with Hardy doing two songs in German.
"This is Modpowerpopsouljunkierock´n´roll so stop post shit like Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd, Grace Jones , Led Zeppelin and some other boring blues stuff, that kind of music don´t belong in this group, if I´ll ever see shit like that posted in this group again that person will be banned from this group forever!!!!"