Monday, July 21, 2008

Post Your Requests Here

Some of you have requested or recommended bands and albums you'd like to see here. I've lost track of most of the suggestions and have given up on sifting through all the old comments, so feel free to repost them in the comments to this entry.

Chances are I won't have what you're looking for, but I'm always up for the challenge of hunting down excellent, obscure and forgotten new wave/power pop stuff.

18 comments:

Uncle E said...

Teenage Head would be great!

Renato said...

Hi!
Once you posted the second single and the D-Day album, I'd love to see their first single, "Too Young to Date", with the b-side. Thx!

Jason said...

The first two Stephen Duffy albums would be great

kurt said...

Stephen Duffy's "Music in Colours"
and "I Love My Friends" would be greater!

allyramone said...

if you could track down anything from a graet irish band the golden horde or the last bandits i would appreciate it
thanks

Robby said...

I've been looking for Luminous Basement by The Tourists for a long while.

It REALLY needs a reissue, but in the meantime, I REALLY need to hear it again.

Franko6677 said...

robby - i think i can accommodate you on "luminous basement." stay tuned.

everyone - thanks for the suggestions. i am looking into them.

Anonymous said...

How about "Reuben" by Have Something?

Nick said...

The Ward Brothers album "Madness Of It All" would be amazing!

Jason said...

I have another suggestion... the fourth, self-titled album by The Suburbs. The other 3 (and multiple best-ofs) have all found their way to CD, but the self-titled is still vinyl-only, I think, and obviously long out of print.

Tom said...

I would like to see Bruce Woolley And The Camera Club (Self Titled) or English Garden, which is the same release. I would also like to see some of The Sinceros, and Fashion please. Thanks For Reading!

martinz60 said...
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martinz60 said...

How about the album SANCTUARY by The Passions? That would be appreciated!

Mike said...

Thanks for inviting requests.
Mine is the impossible to find 'Everyone says it's on' Jason Falkner. Found it once on Amazon but couldn't afford the £125/$250 price!
Thanks.

Franko6677 said...

Thanks to everyone who posted suggestions so far. I will try to check some of those out. Tom, I posted both Sinceros albums before. They should show up if you search within the blog.

David said...

Hi, Frank. Can you please post Rubber Rodeo's Scenic Views here as a zip file(?)

Anonymous said...

November Group's Modern Method release that includes "Popular Front". :)

bleek said...

How about Face to Face "Tell me Why"