Sep 2, 2020


Hope you guys are getting ready for a big holiday weekend! We’re taking Monday off but we’ll be here until Thursday for you guys.

Our latest releases are getting absolute raves from the press, but of course the bands can’t tour and most of the record stores are closed, so they depend on YOU! Here are some of the latest reviews:

BOBBY LEE’s PROCLAIMED TO BE THE NEXT BIG THING! Read the rave on the Bobby Lee’s here, a really nice story on the band.

“Oddsmakers could never correctly assess it. Fortune tellers could never predict it. And even the shrewdest talent scout this side of Col. Tom Parker could never pinpoint with any historical accuracy exactly where, when, or how tomorrow’s Next Big Thing would be arriving in the music world. Rock stars — however carefully cultivated they might be — just seem to fall to Earth in their own time, burst onto the scene albeit unexpectedly, and sometimes disappear in an equally-surprising puff of smoke. Only in retrospect, by retracing their carefully choreographed career steps, is it possible to clearly chart the trajectories of such luminaries, from Elvis Presley to David Bowie, Kurt Cobain, and even visionary trailblazers like Andrew W.K., R.E.M., and The Jesus and Mary Chain.” (And the Bobby Lee’s!) READ MORE AND GET THEIR RECORD HERE.

And if you haven’t already gotten the new PAUL COLLINS, you should! Limited edition blue vinyl is going fast.

“A blink-and-you’ll-miss-it slice of power-pop goodness that’s all skinny ties and fat hooks. 45 years into his career, Collins has mastered this kind of song, and there seems to be no shortage of them inside of him. – MAGNET

And the reviews are coming in for the new DIRTY STREETS album too:

"Rough and Tumble": A smashing live set. These Memphis soul/blooze bruisers flow nimbly through crushing, Motown-inspired dancefloor burners and blistering f**k-on-the-floor barroom blues howlers with equally devastating precision. – Sleazegrinder / CLASSIC ROCK

Also just in, the very popular Los Shakers albums have arrived, see the list. And of course the usual Tuesday restocks, reminders and discounts.


Happy Shopping!
Suzy Shaw

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I DON’T FIT IN -My WIld Ride thru the Punk and Powerpop Trenches - By Paul Collins Label:HOZAK After two long years of painstaking research and development, we present to you, the first major memoir covering the birth of DIY Power Pop, from Paul Collins. From it’s initial conception as a film script to it’s re-birth as a full-bore rock & roll revelation, this is one crazy story from beginning to end. Outlining the first National DIY cross-country tour by an unsigned band in 1977, and by default, creating the pathway for the true indie underground network of the 80s to take as a template. It wasn’t even a second thought for Collins and bandmates Peter Case and Jack Lee, but the underground rock & roll world is a better place for it. But until now, the real details of the origins of The Nerves, Breakaways, and The BEAT have eluded most of us, so with this tome of incredible survival stories from the trenches, Paul Collins opens up and reveals all the drama, victories and defeats with such an impassioned voice, you won’t be able to put it down. The coverage of the pre-Punk 1975 landscape of both LA and San Francisco is unmatched, and your mind will be BLOWN.Featuring TONS of previously unseen photos, flyers and ephemera from the earliest days of The Nerves lineup as a FOUR PIECE, to the legal documents challenging The Paul Collins BEAT vs The English Beat, to the ill-fated Nerves reunion, and so much in between. Truly a smorgasbord of juicy details and revelatory discoveries await, balancing the failures with triumphs from the mid 1970s to the mid 2000s, when Paul returned to the touring circuit. From literally renting out a space for the first documented Punk show in Los Angeles in March of 1977, to The Screamers story about buying a copy of The Nerves EP at the Capitol Records swap meet and smashing it to pieces- it’s all in there, along with so many more soon-to-be-legendary tales from the real trenches you don’t usually rise out from unscathed…. 227 PAGES PAPERBACK BOOKS & MAGS $25 SKU:23682


These sold out immediately but the restocks have arrived!

LOS SHAKERS -Los Shakers / Break It All (60s beat legends) Label:GUERSSEN Classic album by Uruguay's number one '60s beat legends Los Shakers get reissued as a DOUBLE-LP set, including remastered sound, a gatefold cover with obi, an insert with liner notes and photos and a reproduction of the mega-rare promotional 'Noti-Shakers' newspaper! This release comprises the band's classic 1965 debut-album and 'Break It All' from 1966! With exciting tempos, chord progressions and adventurous rhythms boiled in a magic, infectious sound, these guys truly were one of the very best South-American exponents of the British invasion influenced horde! LP $30 SKU:23649

LOS SHAKERS -Shakers for You (1966 Uruguayan Rubber Soul style)-Label:GUERSSEN Originally released in 1966, the second album by Uruguay's number 1 beat legends Los Shakers returns to vinyl, complete with remastered mono sound, a heavy cardboard sleeve with obi and a four-panel colour insert with liner notes (in English and Spanish) and rare photos! For this album the group was clearly inspired by The Beatles 'Rubber Soul' and 'Revolver' era, but not without adding original ingredients including some bossa nova where suitable! LP $25 SKU:23650

LOS SHAKERS -La Conferencia Secreta Del Toto's Bar SMALL DING DISCOUNT Label:GUERSSEN VERY small corner ding, our picky distributor finds em all, most wouldn't notice them, and gives me a nice discount, which I’m passing on to YOU.Originally released in 1968, the fourth and final album by Uruguay's number 1 beat legends Los Shakers returns to vinyl, complete with remastered sound, a heavy cardboard sleeve with obi and a four-pannel colour insert with liner notes (in English and Spanish) and rare photos! For this psychedelic masterpiece the group was clearly inspired by The Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper's...' LP, but not without incorporating elements of both rock and jazz, plus the use of exotic instruments into the sound. For collectors of psychedelia this is an essential title! LP $22 SKU:23651

LOS SHAKERS -In The STudio Again SMALL DING DISCOUNT Label:GUERSSEN VERY small corner ding, our picky distributor finds em all, most wouldn't notice them, and gives me a nice discount, which I’m passing on to YOU. Originally released in 1971 (only in Brazil and Argentine) under the SHAKER’S name, (an idea / imposition of the record label / producer) In The Studio Again was in fact recorded by THE INNOCENTS, an Uruguayan band featuring Roberto "Pelin" Capobianco and Carlos "Caio" Vila from LOS SHAKERS plus Héctor and Carlos Capobianco (Pelin’s twin brothers) and Rubén ‘Lorenzo’ Viela. These top musicians recorded in Brazil a wonderful album full of catchy songs, vocal harmonies, superb arrangements and Beatlesque / baroque-pop / proto power-pop vibes.Featuring a collection of English-sung self-penned songs (some of them could have been easily included on Shakers For You or La Conferencia Secreta del Toto’s Bar) and amazing cover versions of Carole King and McCartney.*First ever vinyl reissue.*Tracklist and artwork faithful to the original Brazilian edition.* Heavy cardboard sleeve + OBI.* Four pannel colour insert with English/Spanish liner notes by Alex Carretero and rare photos.* Includes one bonus track, a cover version of "See The Light", originally by South African band The Flame (related to the Beach Boys), which was only included on the Argentinian edition. LP $22 SKU:23652


7SHADES-BURSTING(prog/punk/pop/psych pranksters)Label:SNAFU RECORDINGS The much anticipated second album from prog/punk/pop/psych pranksters 7shades. Crammed to the gills with all manner of melodic, harmonic and rhythmic deviance, this is a band that is clearly not afraid to venture into the lesser-travelled realms of maximalism. Self-professed devotees of the work of Tim Smith and Cardiacs, that inherited DNA is still in strong evidence throughout 'Bursting', but as a whole the album seems to be striking out in a myriad of other directions. Influences from Gong, King Crimson and Mike Patton are evident, for example, but it is far from being any kind of mere prog copycat affair CD $15 SKU:22630

BANANA SPLITS / HERE COME THE BEAGLES- 2 LPS on one cd plus bonus tracks ( mid 60s pop rockers !) . Label:HOLLYWOOD LIBRARY This 1,000-copy limited-edition CD reissue does collectors -- a favor by putting a wealth of material by the group on one disc, with plenty of rare tracks... ten tracks from the rare 1967 LP by fellow kiddie TV group the Beagles, who are actually not bad mid-'60s pop/rockers with a Beatles-Merseybeat influence to the songs and harmonies CD $14 SKU:15159

BLACK KEYS- Thickfreakness (raw, heavy garage blues) Digipack Label:FAT POSSUM The band's debut album The Big Come Up had been tremendously successful for an independent rock band and Thickfreakness further increased their profile. It continues The Black Keys' tradition of raw, heavy blues-influenced garage rock. CD $15 SKU:15734

BLOODHOUNDS - Let Loose (early Stones, Yardbirds and Nuggets)Label:ALIVE We’ll take a triple dose of this bluesy garage-rock! RIYL early Stones, Yardbirds and Nuggets. The BIG TAKEOVER CD $10 SKU:16265

BREAKUP SOCIETY - So Much Unhappiness (hook laden pop ) Label:GET HIP Delivering tough but hook-laden pop/rock with lyrics that merge the witty and the cynical, the Pittsburgh-based band the Breakup Society pick up where leader Ed Masley's former band, the Frampton Brothers left off...literally. the Breakup Society's story began when vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and songwriter Masley, lead guitarist Sean Lally, and bassist Ray Vasko headed to Mesa, AZ, to record a Frampton Brothers album with producer and percussionist Bob Hoag, who had formerly played drums with the group during his days in Pittsburgh. CD $10 SKU:14872

BUFFALO KILLERS- Ohio Grass DIGIPACK CD -Label:ALIVE Following the release of their critically-acclaimed fourth studio album "Dig. Sow. Love. Grow.," Buffalo Killers have dropped a brand new joint on us. Aptly titled Ohio Grass, the Cincy-based trio deliver six smokin' new tracks all rolled up into one heady package. Pressed on "Herb Green" vinyl this is a limited edition 12" EP.
Track listing : Side A - Baptized, Nothing Can Bring Me Down, Grow Your Own. Side B - Golden Eagle, Hold You Me, Some Other Kind. CD $5 SKU:15378

BUFFALO KILLERS - s/t (Alive) Label:ALIVE Thick with heavy bass and fuzzed-out and wah-wahed guitars, the album is a loose-limbed rock revelation filled with killer riffs and head-nodding grooves. -Daily Camera CD $5 SKU:23672

CASE - Blackwood - 70s rock VELVETS STYLE - Color booklet includes notes by the band + rare photos Limited to 500 copies.- Label:LION Color booklet includes notes by the band + rare photos Terrific primitive album recorded in 1971. Raw, primitive, like the Velvet Underground at their best. CD $10 SKU:15361

CRASH COFFIN - ST ( 73 Folk/Psych gem ) Label:GEAR FAB Wow!! This 1973 Folk/Psych gem is finally going to see its day on Compact Disc. Presented in a beautiful Digi-Pak format, this psyched-out guy from Ohio will not disappoint!! Right off the master tapes CD $10 SKU:10991

CREATION (UK) -CREATION THEORY (4CD+DVD+BK)(complete recorded history of British mod/freakbeat legends)-Label:EDSEL Captured on four CDs and a DVD, and presented in a book featuring exclusive photos and memorabilia, here's the complete recorded history of British mod/freakbeat legends The Creation, who at the time (mid-late '60s) were more popular in Germany than at home. The set includes material from pre-Creation combo The Mark Four, the Creation's recordings for the German Vogue/Pop imprint (including the LP 'Painterman' and all the singles' A- and B-sides) and more. The DVD features an interview, five songs from The Creation's two live appearances on the legendary German '60s TV show 'Beat Beat Beat' and 21 songs from the band's reunion concerts in the '90s. CD $65 SKU:21843

CYNICS- Here We Are (60s style garage ) -Label:GET HIP .. probably the best Cynics record ever, on par with their classic Rock’n’Roll LP.Along with The Fuzztones, The Lyres, and The Chesterfield Kings, The Cynics have always been regarded as garage rock royalty. CD $12 SKU:17137

DUNGEN- TIO BITAR ( Swedish psych) Label: SUBLIMINAL SOUNDS Over the past two years, the profile of Swedish psychedelic rockers Dungen has grown at an alarming rate, from a cult studio project into a worldwide musical phenomenon. And on Tio Bitar, we're hearing the end results of an outpouring of success and support - one which has, for once, inspired the creative processes at hand to make something wholly new and original, yet remaining within the same sphere of emotions that fostered Dungen's three previous albums. Gustav Ejstes, Dungen's founder and principal member, made Tio Bitar (translated, "Ten Pieces") - a bracing display of psychedelic rock, presented with a bright, avid confidence largely by himself, with the assistance of guitarist Reine Fiske. Gustav wrote the songs, and played all of the instruments on his own, with Reine on many lead guitar and bass parts; his style of play puts him well within the top ranks of modern guitar heroes past and present. First pressing is a limited edition in a silver foil slipcase of 8,000 copies CD $10 SKU:23673

FERRIS WHEEL-SUPERNATURAL GIRL(1974 UK's rarest stoner-folk)Label:AUDIO ARCHIVES This is a re-mastered CD of one of the UK's rarest stoner-folk albums. Recorded in 1974, it features 14 original compositions along with fresh sleevenotes etc. This is one of the UK's ultimate downer-folk obscurities with electric sorrow and heartache etched deeply into every note. CD $14 SKU:21840

FIVE EMPREES- Little Miss Sad (1965) -Label:ARF ARF In 1965, the Five Emprees from Benton Harbor, MI scored the regional smash hit “Little Miss Sad“ which broke nationally and is still played on oldies radio today. This authorized, 25-track CD retrospective compiles their complete studio recordings circa 1965–’68. On this disc you find the Emprees' big ticket album, their nine singles, three previously unreleased solid garage tracks recorded in a radio station, plus their previously unheard should-have-been hit “Lurkin” circa 1968. Package includes a 24-page booket chock full of fabulous photos and memorabilia culled from the band’s personal scrapbooks and extensive liner notes by Gary Burns. CD $12 SKU:23674

HERONIMUS FIN -BLOWN INTO ANOTHER MAN'S SKY(1966 style UK psych guitar band)- Label:GARDEN UK psychedelic guitar band Heronimus Fin, a band with a great love for the UK psych music scene of 1966-1973. The first issue of this UK psychedelic band's fourth album comes in gatefold card sleeve CD $15 SKU:21841

HONEYRIDER- All Systems Go! BEach Boys/Byrds inspired) -Label:DIONYSUS /ORANGE SKY Honeyrider is a group originally from San Diego and they (at least on this album) dabble in a surf rock sound reminiscent of early Beach Boys. I wish I could drool all over myself about this album like every other review I spied about it, but to be honest listening to the 12 original tracks here in one sitting was just too taxing to keep my interest. There were moments on the album where I thought things were going to pick up, but it never happened. All the sounds washed together in a generic melodic surf rock homogenization.And if you go back and listen to those first couple of Beach Boys albums, you'll find the same thing happening. Cool harmonies, a good riff here and there, but nothing that demands you sit there for an entire album. Especially when the Boys were dumping goofball joke tracks left and right on their early LPs. Honeyrider doesn't hand that kind of junk out, but they do stick themselves into a niche that really wasn't that expansive in the first place.Granted, sometimes these songs sound like the Byrds dropped in for a time, but then that makes the band sound like nothing more than a weaker clone of Teenage Fanclub's more recent stuff. Then there's the other sort of songs on here that other folks liked to label as "Jesus and Mary Chain inspired". I suppose there are hints of that lurking about the likes of "Superstar Love Machine", but the cheap Byrds/Fanclub thing is what creeps out most of the time. POP MATTERS CD $5 SKU:23675

JEREMY DORMOUSE - The Toad Recordings (Legendary Canadian hippie psych rarity from 1967-68 w liners & original cover art )-Label:VOID/HALLUCINATIONS (USA) Legendary Canadian hippie psych rarity from 1967-68. One of the hardest to find album collectibles there is. This recording also features a very young Lynda Squires (Reign Ghost) and many other Canadian notables of the day. Original cover art is here as well as liner notes. The master came from the band and sounds great, with male/female interplay throughout. Standout cut is 'Believe Me', a folk gem. There’s also a haunting cover of Leonard Cohen’s 'Suzanne' that is right there as well. This project is also related to the 'Rejects' LP, another lost Canadian rarity. CD $10 SKU:15699

JOHN THE CONQUEROR - The Good Life (great bluesy heavy rock) Label:ALIVE There's more soul in the opening 10 seconds of "Get Em" than in most major label output combined in the past decade. - Benjamin Ricci / PERFORMER MAGAZINE CD $10 SKU:15749

KANSAS CITY JAMMERS - Got Good If You Get It -DBL CD (69-71 electric acid folk !) -Label:LION Recorded between 1969 and 1971 the Kansas City Jammers were a college trio struggling between grades and drugs, the results, psychedelia. A mixture of electric acid folk to out and out rock, songs like "Waiting For The Messiah", "Midnight Watch" and more. CD $10 SKU:16370

They joined forces in Los Angeles for a marathon session that gave birth to an album of hard blues, blue eyed soul, heavy rock, and feedback! Victory Motel Sessions.If you dig the bands these musicians come from you will probably love this record! CD $10 SKU:15276

LONDON DRI - Western Skies 1967-69 LOS ANGELES PSYCH Label:BREAKAWAY 8-page booklet with history by Mike Dugo & pics - London Dri had it all: From garage-rock to classic US psychedelia to UK styled Mod/psych. Finally here’s the band’s legacy—11 killer tracks in their distinctive London Dri style. CD $14 SKU:16371

RADIO MOSCOW S/T produced by Dan of the Black Keys! -Label:ALIVE A psychedelic blues rock trio from Iowa produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. "Parker Griggs is one of the best young guitarists out there today, if not the best. He's a prodigy." - Hear Ya CD $10 SKU:23676

SSM-ST (Heavy Detroit 70s style electro fuzz psych)Prod by Dan of THE BLACK KEYS! -CDLabel:ALIVE "Not Just Another New Band." - The Crutch. "Absolutely essential debut release so much so that you'll never want for those Pebbles compilations ever again." - Losing Today Debut album by this Detroit rock'n'roll trio formed by ex-members of the Hentchmen, Sights and Cyril Lords. "Awash with bursts of energy and moves into industrial punk territory with krautrock influences." - The Guardian CD $10 SKU:23677

SWAMP DOGG - Gag a Maggot (digipack )-Label:ALIVE Swamp Dogg's "Gag A Maggott" was recorded in 1973 at TK in Miami with an all-star cast. The CD Digipack version features two unreleased bonus tracks recorded live at KSAN radio in 1972, and includes a 6 page booklet with new liner notes and rare photos. The song "Choking To Death (From The Ties That Bind)" was recorded by Canned Heat in 1974.
CD $10 SKU:15171

SWELL MAPS - International Rescue (70s early post-punk rock legends with Nikki Sudden)-Label:ALIVE Comprehensive compilation of this seminal '77 U.K. band (originally on Rough Trade) featuring Epic Soundtracks, Nikki Sudden, Richard Earl and Jowe Head. The releases include various 7"s, songs from their 12" albums plus unreleased tracks, new mixes and material released for the first time. All remastered. The Swell Maps were influential for U.S. bands like Minutemen, Replacement and Sonic Youth, among others. CD $10 SKU:23678

TERRY & THE PIRATES- Too Close For Comfort (70s )-Label:ACADIA Twenty nine years after the release of the original Too Close For Comfort comes the third issue of this priceless and timeless music from San Francisco's own Terry & The Pirates.” Another view: “Probably only remembered today as one of the many bands graced by the guitarwork of John Cipollina following his departure from Quicksilver Messenger Service, and as a footnote in the career of Nicky Hopkins, Terry and the Pirates deserve much greater recognition. Although Cipollina’s feral guitar is undoubtedly essential to their charms, the work of Terry Dolan himself should not be underestimated. His voice is an acquired taste, a strange mixture of David Crosby and Captain Beefheart, but as such, it’s impressively distinctive. Meanwhile, his songwriting mines that same rich vein of American folk which yielded ‘Pride Of Man’ (so memorably covered by Quicksilver). The best songs on this collection of various live and studio recordings are certainly Dolan’s own. Whilst a version of Jackie Wilson’s ‘Higher & Higher’ might be entertainingly audacious, covers of ‘Mystery Train’ and ‘Don’t Do It’ aren’t going to make anybody forget those by The Band, despite some impressive sparring between Cipollina and second guitarist Greg Douglass on the latter. In this context, tracks like ‘Inside and Out’ and ‘Inlaws and Outlaws’ distinguish themselves as fine examples of original Californian rock n’ roll. Even if none of this is especially ground-breaking or epoch-defining music, it’s played with spirit and any fans of West Coast music who might have easily overlooked it should be sure to rectify their mistake. CD $10 SKU:16373

THEE FOURGIVEN - It Aint Pretty Down Here (Nuggets inspired psych) LAST COPIES Label:DIONYSUS This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer filesCalifornia's Thee Fourgiven were an important part of the NUGGETS-inspired third wave of American psychedelia. A little more than 20 years after their debut album was released, Dionysis Records re-released a deluxe CD version, with the whole album plus selected tracks from the band's next two albums and a video of the song "Anything." CD $8 SKU:23679

TONE FLOAT - Musik Von Tone Float (Texas psych/Krautrock inspired)-Label:TIMOTHYS BRAIN A sonic portfolio of the Texas psych/Krautrock inspired scene it represents, but also an homage to the heavily lysergic first Kraftwerk album under the name Organisation; as the rave review in Alternative Press rightly pointed out, "words cannot do justice to the utterly outlandish studio experiments Tone Float achieve here." And quite rightly, AP are quick to praise the "sonic sorcery" that pervades these cosmic corridor wanderings, this "sublimely demented carnival music." CD $6 SKU:19940

WILDE FLOWERS- ST (60s Brit pop) booklet is packed with photos, cuttings and extensive sleeve notes - Label:VOICEPRINT Booklet is packed with photos, cuttings and extensive sleeve notes from the band members.It is simplistic to merely say that The Wilde Flowers were a popular music group based in the vicinity of Canterbury, England. Although the band name itself may not ring any bells for too many people (they never released any records during the band’s lifetime, from 1964-1967), it was a pillar of the legendary Canterbury scene of the mid-to-late sixties. The Wilde Flowers have assumed an almost mythical status simply because of the musicians that passed through them. Band members included, at various times, Hugh Hopper (bass), Robert Wyatt (drums, vocals), Kevin Ayers (vocals) (all soon to form the Soft Machine), as well as the basis of influential Canterbury band, Caravan: Richard Sinclair (rhythm guitar, vocals), Pye Hastings (guitar, vocals), David Sinclair (keyboards), Richard Coughlan (drums) and Brian Hopper (lead guitar, alto saxophone, vocals). This CD is the very first commercially available record of the Wilde Flowers sessions. A number of tracks on this disc were recorded at a session at Regent Sound Studios on the 6 August 1969, though by this time, the careers of Soft Machine and Caravan were already underway; these tracks are of interest as they feature tracks recorded by Wyatt, Hugh Hopper and Pye Hastings: ‘Impotence’ (Hopper/Wyatt), ‘She Loves To Hurt ‘(Hopper), and ‘Memories’ (Hopper). A fourth track, ‘The Big Show’ (Brian Hopper), also sees Brian Hopper joining in. Thus one of progressive rock's most important bands came to an end with the formation of the Canterbury scene's most popular groups, Soft Machine and Caravan. Not all the members that passed through the ranks of The Wilde Flowers ended up in these two bands. Brian Hopper also formed the short-lived band Zobe, some of whose recordings also appear on this disc. CD $8 SKU:14884

PEBBLES - Vol 1 (RARE 60s GARAGE PSYCH!) Label:AIP PEBBLES VOL. 1 is now a legitimate anthology of rare and vintage garage rock singles from the style's 1960s heyday. The point of the PEBBLES compilations has always been that they take it as given that the listener is familiar with the best-known works in the style, such as the Count Five's "Psychotic Reaction." So these tracks are filled with the more obscure and often downright unhinged, like the Elastik Band's "Spazz," one of the most incoherent and bizarre singles ever released by a major label, or the Outcasts' apocalyptic study of disaffection, "I'm In Pittsburgh (And It's Raining)." This makes PEBBLES VOL. 1 an excellent second step into the garage rock underground. Charity Stafford COMP CD $10 SKU:23680

PSYCHEDELIC STATES- Arkansas In The 60’s VOL 1-Label:GEAR FAB This is Gear Fab's first trip to the Razorback State! Many of these tracks have never before been heard, let alone compiled in the past. Features music by Five By Five, The Light Brigade, The Rubber Band, The Spires Of Oxford, Paul Allen, The Vectors, AND MORE COMP CD $10 SKU:23681