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Bobby Darin - Love Swings Silver Label™ LP
Our Price: $15.00

1961 Album of Standards Established Darin As A Sophisticated Singer. Concept Effort Divided Into Halves That Explore the Emotional Gamut of Romance: One Side Upbeat, the Other Heartbreaking.
Bette Midler - The Divine Miss M Silver Label™ LP
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Midler’s Grammy-Winning 1972 Debut Announces the Birth of a Superstar
Ricky Nelson - Ricky Sings Again Silver Label™ LP
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Foundation-Establishing Rock n’ Roll Album Includes Eternal Hit “Lonesome Town”
Bette Midler - The Rose Silver Label™ LP
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Midler Steps Into Persona of Janis Joplin on Record Steeped in Rock n’ Roll, Pounding R&B, and Memphis Blues
The Raspberries - The Raspberries Silver Label™ LP
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Vocalist Eric Carmen and Co. Deliver One Punchy Chord and Contagious Melody After Another
The B-52's - The B-52's Silver Label™ LP
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Delightfully Campy, Intentionally Goofy, Lyrically Kitschy: 1979 Set Is Nothing But a Good Time.
Sisters Of Mercy - First And Last And Always Silver Label™ LP
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Paint It Black: 1985 Debut Is Penultimate Goth-Rock Album. Andrew Eldritch's Ghostly Vocals, Static Beats, Melodic Guitar Jangle Create Hauntingly Atmospheric Soundscapes.
Echo and the Bunnymen - Heaven Up Here Silver Label™ LP
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English Band's 1981 Sophomore Record A Superbly Articulate Expression of Post-Punk Gloom, Despair, and Melancholy That's Shot Through With Hope.
The English Beat - Special Beat Service Silver Label™ LP
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Record Contains Irresistible Original Version of “Save It For Later,” Longtime Pearl Jam Concert Staple
Rod Stewart - Every Picture Tells A Story Silver Label™ LP
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Rod the Mod’s Definitive Album: Timeless Feel-Good Set Contains Eternal Chart-Topper “Maggie May,” Introspective “(Find A) Reason to Believe”