Wednesday, April 21, 2010

EYE ON EBAY-------A-yodelling we will go

You ebayers are so predictable. £417 for the Exits ep. Couldn't you have let it alone so I could win it for £100? If only I'd been a regular at Rumbelows in Hounslow back in the day, one of the few outlets it was sold despite the band coming from the glamourously-glazed city of Stoke.

EYE ON EBAY----He's back

Clive Culbertson returns and this time he's even greedier. His unsatisfied appetite gobbles up £213.04. Hope that 4p doesn't give him indigestion. Last time he squeezed a £150+ from some punter. Despite the fact that this record seems to be multiplying there's no shortage of free-spending candidates in thrall to its dubious rarity.

EYE ON EBAY-----Page three extras

Those naked women on the Scoop sleeve appear snooty to me; difficult to achieve when your shorn of all attire. Their charms lured in £141 for seller Punkysteve. A good price for a record that often scrapes the £100 undercarriage.


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

Green numbers indicate new entries.