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PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:21 pm 
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Got a HUGE gift voucher from my workmates for my birthday for Fopp and have started to write up how I used it:

http://www.ian-hunter.co.uk/index.php/blog/comments/123

First purchase, "A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble" Vol2 by the Amorphous Androgynous, subtitled "Pagan Love Vibrations (Exploding in Your Mind).

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I wondered about this one...

Anyway, how about just sticking to their £3 selection and filling the house with them; at the moment you can get all the early Gang of Four albums, for example, and if you're patient everything passes through the £3 stage.

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Jim Steel wrote:
I wondered about this one...

Anyway, how about just sticking to their £3 selection and filling the house with them; at the moment you can get all the early Gang of Four albums, for example, and if you're patient everything passes through the £3 stage.


I did pick up the latest PJ Harvey album -swoon - which was £4.00.
Gang of Four, mmmm.

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Nice one Ian, but don't forget to check out their actual music! - The Isness et al.

And of course they are really FSOL, with a huge back catalogue... :D

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StevePalmer wrote:
Nice one Ian, but don't forget to check out their actual music! - The Isness et al.

And of course they are really FSOL, with a huge back catalogue... :D


Will do, thanks for the tip.

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Been playing loads of FSOL lately. Love 'em... :D

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