Tuesday Top Three including TELESCOPE’S rare ‘Bye-Byes Ain’t Nice’, a Japanese SCORPIONS LP and a HANOI ROCKS promo for ‘Tracks From A Broken Dream’…

Bye-Byes Ain't Nice TELESCOPE Bye-Byes Ain't Nice

If you collect British punk rock, then here's an interesting one for you… an extremely scarce limited edition 1977 UK 2-track 7" single that, although might be considered 'bandwagon jumping', blows away many independent efforts that year from these shores. The A-side is a fuzzed-up, acid-drenched, punk screamer of a track, with layered guitars, synth squelches, and a pace that doesn't hang around – 3 minutes of bliss! Brought to light on the first Teenage Treats compilation, British punk rock was rarely served up like this. Created by two members of Upp and rumoured to involve Andy Clark, this very rarely comes to the online market with the all important picture insert, as only a handful of copies were ever issued with it. Complete with die-cut Pentagon sleeve, this cult item remains in MINT condition PENT5.


SCORPIONS Tokyo Tapes Tokyo Tapes

Original 1978 Japanese 18-track vinyl double LP, recorded live at the Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo on 24th and 27th April '78, superb gatefold picture sleeve embossed with a silver scorpion, including fold out insert with Japanesetext biography, lyrics and on-stage photographs of the band, plus wide discography obi-strip, the sleeve is showing a trace of ringwear but is otherwise in superb shape whilst the vinyl discs remain MINT! RCA-9147~48.

Tracks From A Broken Dream HANOI ROCKS Tracks From A Broken Dream

1990 Japanese-only 15-track promotional sample PICTURE DISC CD album, issued to radio stations and reviewers ahead of the actual release date. Custom stamped inner rim on the disc and housed in a digipak picture sleeve with built-in lyric/picture booklet plus promo stickered obi-strip PHCR-2.

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