Monday, February 15, 2010

EYE ON EBAY-----Let's do the spin cycle again

Rockabilly was milling around the nether regions of the charts in the early 80's but the Wild Eagles failed to glide on the trade winds. A private release in 1982, Wash Machine Boogie was backed with the more familiar Rip It Up and Twenty Flight Rock. Hopes were high for this but in the end it trundled off to a new home for the skinny sum of £7.16.


Anonymous said...

Bugger - oh well. I have higher hopes for the Panic single I have currently listed

Rupert Cook said...

I'm still wanting that if you have one spare.

At least you made a profit on it.