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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2016 6:03 am 
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Frank Zappa - Joe's Garage
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The title track from an album described by Rolling Stone as “Frank Zappa’s Apocalypse Now”, ‘Joe’s Garage’ was one of Zappa’s most popular tracks on American FM Radio. B-side and album opener ‘The Central Scrutinizer’ introduced the narrator of the rock opera storyline, while the A-side begins the epic story of ‘Joe’, who forms a garage rock band and heads off on an epic journey into the music industry as the government criminalizes music. Stripped of the special effects of the album cut, the single version here could only be found previously on the best of Zappa compilation ‘Strictly Commercial’. It’s reissued for Record Store Day 2016 in a limited green marble-effect vinyl format.




Frank Zappa - My Guitar / Dog Breath
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What would Record Store Day be without a Frank Zappa release? The good news is that this year there are two on offer and Frank’s third Record Store Day outing in three years originally hails from 1969. Its A-side, ‘My Guitar’, is a more radio-friendly, less controversially-named version of the Mothers Of Invention’s 1970 classic ‘My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama” from ‘Weasels Ripped My Flesh’. Remastered from original mono mix reels, this limited, numbered Record Store Day 2016 title is available on coloured vinyl and comes in an authentic replica cover with original B-side ‘Dog Breath’.

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MNG get a fucking life preferably away from this forum!!!!!!!!!1

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Really. Go suck on the business end of a shotgun already, fucking dingleberry!!

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Since any given store might not have what I'm lookin for, I thought I'd make a list of stuff that I'll keep an eye out for.

FZ - Joe's Garage
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FZ - My Guitar / Dog Breath
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Something Else from The Move
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The Residents - Please Do Not Steal It!
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Todd Rundgren - Disco Jets
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Talking Heads / Echosmith - Side by Side, This Must Be the Place
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Hendrix - Smash Hits Reissue
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Iggy & the Stooges - Metallic K.O.
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Iron Maiden - Empire of the Clouds
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Mark Mothersbaugh - Hello, My Good Friend
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Graham Nash - This Path Tonight
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Johnny Thunders - Vive Le Revolution
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Ramones - Judy is a Punk 7"
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The Remains - The Remains
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The Shaggs - Sweet Maria
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Son Volt - Live at the Bottom Line
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Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - That's It Baby Right Now We Got To Do It Let's Dance
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Matthew Sweet - Goodfriend
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Joe Strummer - Gangsterville
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Sun Ra - Spaceways
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The Sword - John the Revelator
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Johnny Cash - All Aboard the Blue Train with Johnny Cash
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The Tornadoes - Best of
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The Feelies - Uncovered
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Grateful Dead - Capitol Theatre, Passaic NJ 4/25/77
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Paul Butterfield Blues Band / Albert King - Side By Side, "Born Under a Bad Sign"
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Willie Nelson / Uncle Tupelo - Side by Side, Truck Drivin' Man
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2016 6:11 am 
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The My Guitar/Dog Breath is a must-have for me. Great picture sleeve, too.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2016 7:33 pm 
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I like some the split 7" singles that have been released. I'll probably pick up the Talking Heads/Echosmith & Warren Zevon/Flamin' Groovies releases.
might buy Joe Strummer "Gangsterville" 12" and would really like the Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet box set but with it being a 4 lp package limited to 750 copies I think that it will be priced out of my range.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 16, 2016 11:54 am 
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Pretty meager haul for me. I did at least score the "My Guitar" single, but apart from the John Coltrane 10" that was it. Didn't see the Residents, the Move, the Idle Race, the Jethro Tull, Thelonious Monk, or a number of other items that I might have picked up. Pretty sure they did have the Hendrix, but someone else got it. :mrgreen: And the crowd at my local store wasn't that huge, but man, they cleaned the place out FAST.


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Didn't see this one at the store:

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But, I did get My Guitar (#197) and various other stuff.

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The Forum Killed Arkay wrote:
Didn't see this one at the store


I think that one was distributed in Europe only. It isn't on the US RSD page.


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Shrewnews wrote:
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Didn't see this one at the store
I think that one was distributed in Europe only. It isn't on the US RSD page.
Maybe Joe's Garage has not been made available everywhere in Europe.
It is listed at http://recordstoreday.co.uk, http://www.recordstoredaygermany.de and http://www.recordstoreday.it (they say 'Mastered by Bernie Grundman' :) ).
But it is not in the French listing at http://disquaireday.fr

I got My Guitar #6743, love it :D

Besides I got:
  • Air - Casanova 70 (140g translucent splatter)
  • Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force - Planet Rock (Remixes)
  • David Bowie - TVC15 (7” picture disc)
  • Breakbot - Get Lost Remixes (12'' clear vinyl)
  • Billy Cobham - Stratus (Parts 1&2) (7")
  • Madonna - Like A Virgin & Other Big Hits! (pink vinyl w/ obi strip and lyrics translated in Japanese)

And still in my wantlist:
  • David Bowie - I Dig Everything - The Pye Singles 1966 (12")
  • David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World (12” picture disc)
  • Iron Maiden - Empire Of The Clouds (12" picture disc)
  • Ol Dirty Bastard - Brooklyn Zoo/Shimmy Shimmy Ya (12" rectangle picture disc :shock: )
  • The Turtles - Happy Together (7" translucent green limited to 800 copies)
  • Frank Zappa - Joe's Garage / Central Scrutinizer (7" numbered picture disc)


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Just bought all of'em except Ol' Dirty Bastard, won't pay $45 for a single.


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So nice to see. The only 12" I own is 'Valley Girl' which is still a most awesome acquisition indeed.


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I have some old (fifties) LPs in mono (Mingus, Dvorak, etc). Is there any problem listening to it with a stereo stylus?

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Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
I have some old (fifties) LPs in mono (Mingus, Dvorak, etc). Is there any problem listening to it with a stereo stylus?


No problem, the stereo stylus is completely compatible with mono LPs (but not with 78s).


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