Friday, April 2, 2010

EYE ON EBAY----Not jilted this time

Comedy records, love or hate them, one could feel the pain Jilted John was working though whilst moping outsode the chip shop. Never, since Leader Of The Pack, was teenage love presented so poignantly. One could almost smell the heartbreak wafting off of those chips. Graham Fellows left his soggy-hearted alter ego behind and began a new life. One legendary LP from the 80's, the romantically named Love At The Hacienda, captures collectors' imaginations, enough to secure a final sale price of £63.47.


1 Cavalcade : Meet You In The Rain
2 Tin Openers : Set Me Free
3 Blood Red Shoes : It's Getting Boring By The Sea
4 Dubious Brothers : The Dog Ate My Poll Tax Form
5 Escorts : Bingo
6 Betty And The Werewolves : David Cassidy
7 Blanche Hudson Weekend : Crying Shame
8 Shrag : Long Term Monster
9 Dubious Brothers : By The Light Of A Cynical Moon
10 Wild Swans : God Forbid
11 Allo, Darlin' : The Polaroid Song
12 Kustom : Let The Girl Dance
13 Kick Inside : Oh, Vanity
14 Some Average Prophecy : Tie Me To The Railway Line
15 Cavalcade : Voices
16 Bassholes : Moody
17 Hardy Boys : Let The World Smother You
18 Hardy Boys : Plink Plonk Fizz
19 Ogdens : Rachel Put Your Arms About Me
20 Parallelograms : Dream On Daisy

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