80s H-K

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Jerome Harris Algorithms (Minor Music) M / M D'1986 36.00
(mid-80's german print of drifty Fusion-Lounge/Jazz sounds fronted by Harris on electric guitar... w/saxes, bass, percussion 'n keyboards;)
Kodac Harrison Just A Disguise (Luckie Street) M- / M- U.S.'1984 26.00
(mid-80's U.S. release of action-bound barroom-Rockin' 6-track mini-album on small label out of Georgia; some bluesy edge  'n a Ska drive w/Huey Lewis typo vocs; insert;)
Heartbrake Certified Alive?! (Heartbrake) M- / M- U.S.'1984 55.00
(mid-80's local Indiana (U.S.) release of mostly live-recorded Rock-out w/a Disco-fied beat on a 7 minutes plus cover of CCR's "green river", other covers incl. "old time R&R" (Bob Seeger) "never been any reason" (Head East) Pat Bennetar's "promises in the dark"; w/femme lead-singer;)
Heavy The World What In The World? (Imaginary Pirate) SS / SS U.S.'1989 52.00
(late 80's heavy guitar dominated Metal-Space-Rock w/full-blast foaming fuzz 'n distortion, pounding rhythms, Hendrixy vibes... to be played at full volume; californian privat-press; comes w/ lyrics-insert-sheet;)
What In The World? (Imaginary Pirate) EX / EX U.S.'1989 42.00
(late 80's heavy guitar dominated Metal-Space-Rock w/full-blast foaming fuzz 'n distortion, pounding rhythms, Hendrixy vibes... to be played at full volume; californian privat-press; has the insert-sheet w/lyrics;)
Jonas Hellborg Axis (Day Eight Music) M / M S'198 55.00*
(orig. swedish (?) print of hi-tension Fusion-Funk grooves w/rockin' moves fronted by bassist Hellborg who states on the back-sleeve that "all guitar sounding objects on this album are executed on bass guitar" (!) ...drums by Anton Fier, Bernie Worrell plays keyboards, male/femme lead- and back-ups; slashing rhythm-whips on the poundin' "money talk"; quite an intense 80's CLASSIC this is!)
Martin C. Herberg For No One (Homegrown Special) M- / M- D'1982 75.00
(early 80's german release of most expressive Folk-guitar venture w/spacey, delay effects on the B-side that has his experiences in L.A. for theme; songs that touch some psychedelic/existential spark w/ menacing voice... reminiscent of some excursions by Peter Hammill (in the mid 70's) combined w/ the passion-play of Nigel Mazlyn Jones; rare privat-press that comes w/an insert-sheet;)
The Kenne Highland Clan Same (Stanton Park) M / M U.S.'1987 42.00*
(late 80's U.S. east-coast punky Rock-out w/garagey athmo-bust; 2 bands on one album; side one has 7 songs by a girl-combo called The Exploding Pidgins; w/insert-sheet)
Same (Stanton Park) SS / SS U.S.'1987 52.00*
(late 80's U.S. east-coast punky Rock-out w/garagey athmo-bust; 2 bands on one album; side one has 7 songs by a girl-combo called The Exploding Pidgins; w/insert-sheet)
The Highspeed V Baby/Sally (Super Stuff) EX / EX S'1986 65.00
(mid-80's swedish single-release by native quintet w/most appropriate band name as these 2 songs are high-energy driven retro-60's-garage spikers w/great organ/fuzz sound!! title-track plunges in to a pool of relaxed Lounge-Jazz at the end of song!!HOT pic-sleeve w/band photos!)
Hollyrock II (Life & Death) VG++ / EX / Cc. U.S.'1989 Sold
(late 80's U.S. melodic Hard-Rock guitar-slinger grooves w/Hendrixy vapours 'n some zonk-bound texan-style runs w/ slide;)
The Honeydrippers Volume One (Es Paranza) EX / M- D'1984 28.00
(60's/70's veterans tryin' to feast on past glory...; 5-song mini-album w/inner-sleeve; feat. Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page & Robert Plant;)
Honor Role The Pretty Song (Eskimo/No Core) M- / M- U.S.'1986 42.00
(mid-80's U.S. indie-label release of Doom-Dirge speckled, Grunge-rockin' grinds w/punko-hail 'n a tantalized wail in the voice; from Richmond, Virginia;)
Hoodoo Gurus Blow Your Cool! (Mercury) EX / EX Can'1987 42.00*
(late 80's canadian release by Garage-Rockin' quartet from down-unda; comes w/4-bands/tracks 7" E.P.- sampler feat. The Lucy Show, The Pastels, Love Tractor & The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy... all 4 bands got released on Big Time Records like the Hoodoo Gurus!)
Mars Needs Guitars (Chrysalis) EX / EX D'1985 28.00*
(mid-80's german release by Garage-Rockin' quartet from down unda;)
Stoneage Romeos (A&M) EX / EX NL'1984 28.00*
(mid-80's holland release by Garage-Rockin' quartet from down unda;)
D.R. Hooker Rain On The Moon (No Label) EX / EX '1988 Sold
(late 80's cassette-only(?) release of tasty songbag by legendary 60's/70's semi-guru Psychedelic ranger from California (?) lysergically squeezin' his spiritual wits on 2 excellent albums in the 70's! this nice collection here contains a gem of a song by the name of "weather changes" ...most poetic lines, solemnly forming and haunting to the max! has the lyrics to the songs printed on inside of the sleeve;)
Hopelessly Obscure Same (Majestic) M / M- U.S.'1984 65.00
(mid-80's U.S. 5-track mini album of drivin' Punk-rockin' grooves w/distorto-guitar-splash, toxic organ colors kindlin' vapours o' psychedelic mash outta dungeons of swyrly trance; feat. Kenne Highland; beauty card-board jacket w/ painting of two femme balinese dancers on front cover;)
Kristin Horn Einfach Lieder (FolkFreak) M / M D'1984 42.00
(mid-80's german print of fine Singer-Songwriter album by german lady-pianis/composer; strong, poetic lyrics w/a biting social concern; all sung in german language; has the lyrics insert-sheet; her 2nd album;)
Bruce Hornsby And The Range
The Way It Is (RCA) EX / VG++ D'1986 Sold
(mid-80's german print of fine, melodic U.S. Folk-Rock piece partly produced by Huey Lewis; w/inner-sleeve;)
The Hour Hold Back The Reins (Sunnyata) M / M- U.S.'1989 95.00
(late 80's U.S. release of striking Psychedelic-Folk-Rock marvel!!electric/acoustic blend w/wah-fuzz lead- guitar slopes, trancey, poundin' jams w/melo-urging lead-vocs; ...graced w/classic 60's San Francisco Sound typo-strayns... when the ballrooms were on fyre!(seasons have come and gone" (16:14) ...NO retro- flash-wanna-be-khool garbage... these guys got a very distinctive sound of their own!!has a Psychedelic-Art  "iris/eyeball-globe" -jacket; lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
Penelope Houston Birdboys (Subterranean) M- / M- U.S.'1987 42.00
(late 80's U.S. release of most charming electric/acoustic (full-band) Folk-(Rock) sounds w/ windy Chamber approach by U.S. Songwriter-Lady! on fine Berkeley label 'n produced by Snakefinger;)
Lorence Hud Same (Quality) SS / SS / Co. Can'1983 28.00*
(early 80's canadian print of 4-track mini-album by multi-instrumentalist that relased 2 fine Pop albums in the early 70's on A&M;)
The Human League Dare! (Virgin) M- / M- Can'1981 Sold
(canadian print)
Mirror Man (Virgin) M- / M- U.K.'1982 Sold
(3-song 12" E.P.,U.K. print)
Human Switchboard Coffee Break (Roir) EX / EX U.S.'1982 28.00
(early 80's U.S. cassette-only-release by Ohio-band feat. Robert Pfeifer; ruff 'n punky bohemia-Pop-splasher moods w/ Farfisa-organ/guitar grounding, male/femme lead-vocs, sax, bass 'n crashy drums; ...restless ramble-strayns à la early Dream Syndicate;)
Live (Square Two) M- / M- U.S.'1980 95.00
(very limited Live-document by early 80's punky bohemia-Pop-grinder trio out of Ohio that released a CLASSIC 80's album a year later! ...ruff-hewn sound-scape w/spooky farfisa-organ/guitar sound; ...judged by the clamour 'n yellin' from the audience, this band had quite some following! (?) ...a folded page for cover plus small info-sheet)
Same (Rug) EX / EX U.S.'1977 75.00
(late 70's U.S. release by 80's Bohemia-Punk gardeners from Ohio! RARE 4-song 7" E.P. in tri-fold poster cover!! shaky organ-guitar plastered lanes ...;)
Who's Landing In My Hangar (Faulty) M / M U.S.'1981 95.00
(early 80's U.S. Indie-label GEM-release by Ohio-band feat. Robert Pfeifer; punky bohemia-Pop-splasher moods w/ Farfisa-organ/guitar grounding, male/femme lead-vocs, sax, bass 'n crashy drums; ...restless ramble-strayns à la early Dream Syndicate; opening-track "(say no to) Saturday's girls" is a mere Classic w/hooky Pop edge 'n fanfaring sax-break! cover-art is a strikin' example for 80's sleeve-design!)
Who's Landing In My Hangar (Faulty) SS / SS U.S.'1981 110.00
(early 80's U.S. Indie-label GEM-release by Ohio-band feat. Robert Pfeifer; punky bohemia-Pop-splasher moods w/ Farfisa-organ/guitar grounding, male/femme lead-vocs, sax, bass 'n crashy drums; restless ramble-strayns à la early Dream Syndicate; opening-track" (say no to)Saturday's girls" is a mere Classic w/hooky Pop edge 'n fanfaring sax-break! cover-art is a strikin' example for 80's sleeve-design!)
The Hydrogen Candymen Within A Dream/Mr. Blanchard (PA) SS / SS CH'1986 42.00
(rare mid-80's single by swiss band; ace Neo-Psychedelic/Garage sounds and housed in beauty collage-pic-sleeve; still sealed!)
Within A Dream/Mr. Blanchard (PA) EX / EX D'1986 32.00
(rare mid-80's single by swiss band; ace Neo-Psychedelic/Garage sounds and housed in beauty collage-pic-sleeve;)
Within A Dream/Mr. Blanchard (PA) SS / SS CH'1986 55.00
(rare mid-80's single by swiss band; ace Neo-Psychedelic/Garage sounds and housed in beauty collage-pic-sleeve; autographed by band-members on back & still sealed!)
Hype Burned (Fringe) M- / EX Can'1987 28.00
(80's canadian orig. release by native Hard-Core-Punk equipe; w/inner-sleeve;)
Thee Hypnotics Live'r Than God! (Situation Two) M- / M- U.K.'1989 34.00
(late 80's U.K. Neo-Psychedelic stormer-troupe w/fiercely charged fuzz 'n distorto melt-down w/feed-back showerz, screaming vocs, hammerin' drums...; incl. "justice in freedom" (11:43)... a truly savage live-bust!!)
I Love You Live (Medusa) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1989 28.00
(late 80's U.S. 5-track mini-album release of hi-voltage Punk-rockin' spurts w/crashing guitars, wasted vocs 'n snotty vibes; recorded live;)
I.V. League Songs Of The North American Anglo (M.D.) M- / M- U.S.'198 42.00
(late 80's (?) U.S. release by Seattle label; adventurous, action-boxed Avant-Tech-Pop spooker w/fuzz-tronik scoops 'n dazzlin' loops; real instruments involved! Comes w/postcard-insert (stamped!)
Iconoclasta Same/Remiscencias (Art Sublime) M- / M- U.S.'1989 20.00
(late 80's CD-re-release of first & 2nd (?) album by premier Prog-Rock band from Mexico in the 80's... an interesting fusion of Symphonic Progressive-Rock sound w/ traditional mexican ethnic-flavored goods...; cover-sheet is a huge folder!)
Same/Remiscencias (Art Sublime) New / New U.S.'1989 30.00
(late 80's CD-re-release of first & 2nd (?) album by premier Prog-Rock band from Mexico in the 80's... an interesting fusion of Symphonic Progressive-Rock sound w/ traditional mexican ethnic-flavored goods...; cover-sheet is a huge folder!)
Soliloquio (Art Sublime) M- / M U.S.'1991 55.00
(early 90's U.S. issue of the 3rd & fourth release by mexican 80's Sympho-Progressive
combo; their E.P. "Suite mexicana" plus the album "Soliloquio", both from '87 contained
on this CD (yess, your ears did NOT betray you!) ...and housed in deluxe & thic
Illiterate Beach No Polyester Please... (Susstones) M- / M- U.S.'1987 65.00
(late 80's U.S. release of excellent electric Folk-Rock 6-track mini-album; ...something out of the ordinary guitar-jangle bag! this trio (2 guys 'n a lady) delivers an electrifying sound of their own; there's glimpses of 70's U.K. Folk-Rock idioms in the vocal treats 'n execution beats, a hipnotic passion, extra-tasty electric-guit crescendos, some violin...; a flowery acoustic/electric trance-grinder wing w/wailin' slide reigns the great "kingdom come";  Maria's lead-voice is of a mellow-vibrating hoarseness w/a crispy overtone  (Linda Squires meets Sandy Denny) ...cover-version of "high flying bird" that's pretty captivating w/a sparsely sown magic; ...a  real khool band-name, a most suitable album-title and a real stand-out piece from the 80's shores (in my humble ear-view)
The Illustrious Illustrated Men
Ghost At The Feast (EMR) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1989 28.00
(late 80's U.S. privat label print of splashy West-Coast rockin' sounds in action-sprayin' Huey Lewis mold... well, the lead-singer really could get mistaken for the latter! The band is also known as the I-Men; w/ inner-sleeve;)
Indian Bingo Same (Independent Project) M- / M- U.S.'198 36.00
(late 80's (?) U.S. release of doomy Folk-Pop album by californian quartet, windy electric/acoustic mix w/ solemn-gloomy lead-voice; nice sleeve w/insert-sheet;)
Industrial Teepee Same (Pnym) M- / M- U.S.'1989 52.00
(late 80's U.S. release of color-splashing 'n rhythm-dashin' Wacko-Pop w/frantic, folksy dots...; tongue-in-cheek hipster/counter-cult vibes... incl. the great "downtown has done damage"; quivering electric lead- guitar on "facism"; action-packed acoustic/electric mix; small-label print outta New Jersey;)
The Innocence Mission Same (A&M) M- / EX D'1989 28.00*
(late 80's german print of Folk-Pop album by U.S. band; catchy melodic sound w/fanfaring, solemn moods, strong femme lead-voice;)
The Intelligence Unit A Final Bastion (Pinnacle) M- / M- U.S.'1989 42.00
(late 80's U.S. release of Doom-Dirge vybed Pop outta Chicago ...sorta Joy Div in a flower-spun moon-bed when waters refuse to rise & there ain't much to despise ...save the lyte in one's own ice...; spooky acoustic/electric mix w/ rockin' pulse plus effects;)
Intensive Care They Thought They Were Free (Guilty/Fresh Sounds Inc.) M / M- U.S.'1987 52.00
(mid-80's local Kansas release by dashin' Folk-Punkin combo from North Carolina feat. Marlon Cherry playin' some liquid lead-axe-runs;)
The Intergalactic Maiden Ballet
Thimb (Extraplatte) M- / M- A'1985 65.00
(mid-80's swiss print in tasty die-cut gimmix-sleeve; action-sprayin' Free-Form-Jazz-Funk dimension by austrian sextet... guitars, synth, saxed, e-bass, drums 'n percussion 'n voice; quite an expressive turmoil w/athmo-laden grooves; w/color-inner-bag;)
Invisible Ink Lite Up The Stereo... (Stain) M- / EX U.S.'1986 55.00
(mid-80's U.S release of splashy, action-sprayin' Pop-shaker w/Prog-ish leanings, sax leads, solid bass runs, electric/acoustic drive-ways; on privat label out of Michigan; impressive card-board jacket;)
Chris Isaak Same (Warner Brothers) EX / EX Can'1987 Sold
(orig. canadian print of this chart-bustin' 80's platter reviving the ol' Graham Gouldman song "heart full of soul"; w/inner-sleeve;)
Michael Gregory Jackson Cowboys,Cartoons & Assorted Candy (Enja) M- / EX D'1982 42.00
(early 80's release by black U.S. Singer-Songwriter/guitarist (who invented the Gonzo-Folk-style later on down the line) settin' up scenes of athmo-flavoured sooth w/ his voice and plugged wooden box  ...a sip of Jazz 'n a dip into Blooz! all self-penned material and "this life, a road" is dedicated to Bob Marley;)
George Michael Jackson King Of Gonzo Folk (Pop Llama) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1988 62.00
(late 80's U.S. release on this khool Seattle-label; G. M. Jackson probably is the last mohican able to remember 'n perform an ancient Folk-style, that has been handed down from generation to generation! it's GONZO-FOLK... a style not to be confounded w/ a similar way of straynin' already battered nerves... talkin' 'bout BOZO-POP! the latter species is more common on the U.S. east-coast, especially in the New Jersey aerea! Gonzo-Folk is performed with handclaps, harmonicas & acoustic guitars that are strummed while jumpin' backwards, lead-voice plus male/femme back-ups whereas the ladies are masked and the males wear no pants (but long coats) the lyrics are pretty off the wall w/titles like "Bo Diddley's daughter", "cigarette smoking factory", "the think (dance of the intelllect)", "be gone too"...; w/insert;)
Ronald Shannon Jackson & The Decoding Society
Eye On You (About Time) EX / EX U.S.'1980 52.00*
(1980 orig. U.S. print of dynamic Free-Form bannered Jazz-Funk brewin' w/brass, violin, electric bass, acoustic/electric guitars, saxes;)
Nasty (Moers Music) EX / M- D'1981 34.00*
(early 80's german print of dynamic Free-Form bannered Jazz-Funk brewin' w/brass, vibes 'n 2 electric basses;)
Jade Syrian Border E.P. (Merkin) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1990 28.00
(orig. U.S. release of 4-track Hard-Core-Punk E.P.; a beastly onslaught on this Baltimore label; w/insert- sheets;)
Jandek Follow Your Footsteps (Corwood) M / M- U.S.'1986 65.00
(home-brewed Avant-Basement electric guitar-jams that magically find rhymes for a song outta distorted walls 'n vapours of noize... just like a child ravaging old toyz to create new ones! Jandek fondles the Blues like heatin' up orange juice, all cut loose w/ psychedelic tensyon inside electric caboose; you don't know how good it feels until you do it yourself!)
One Foot In The North (Corwood) M / M- U.S.'1991 65.00
(home-brewed Avant-Basement electric guitar-jams that magically find rhymes for a song outta distorted walls 'n vapours of noize... just like a child ravaging old  toyz to create new ones! Jandek fondles the Blues like heatin' up orange juice, all cut loose w/ psychedelic tensyon inside electric caboose; you don't know how good it feels until you do it yourself!)
On The Way (Corwood) M / M-(*) U.S.'1988 38.00
(home-brewed Avant-Basement electric guitar-jams that magically find rhymes for a song outta distorted walls 'n vapours of noize... just like a child ravaging old  toyz to create new ones! Jandek fondles the Blues like heatin' up orange juice, all cut loose w/ psychedelic tensyon inside electric caboose; you don't know how good it feels until you do it yourself! (*)has a heavier warp... still tracks fine;)
On The Way (Corwood) M / M- U.S.'1988 65.00
(home-brewed Avant-Basement electric guitar-jams that magically find rhymes for a song outta distorted walls 'n vapours of noize... just like a child ravaging old  toyz to create new ones! Jandek fondles the Blues like heatin' up orange juice, all cut loose w/ psychedelic tensyon inside electric caboose; you don't know how good it feels until you do it yourself! ...has a slight warp (the vinyl of course) but plays O.K. on my stereo;)
The Living End (Corwood) M / M- U.S.'1989 65.00
(home-brewed Avant-Basement electric guitar-jams that magically find rhymes for a song outta distorted walls 'n vapours of noize... just like a child ravaging old toyz to create new ones! Jandek fondles the Blues like heatin' up orange juice, all cut loose w/ psychedelic tensyon inside electric caboose; you don't know how good it feels until you do it yourself!)
You Walk Alone (Corwood) M / M- U.S.'1988 65.00
(home-brewed Avant-Basement electric guitar-jams that magically find rhymes for a song outta distorted walls 'n vapours of noize... just like a child ravaging old  toyz to create new ones! Jandek fondles the Blues like heatin' up orange juice, all cut loose w/ psychedelic tensyon inside electric caboose; you don't know how good it feels until you do it yourself!)
Japotage Same (Frog/Efa) M / M- D'1985 55.00
(orig. german print in nice rough-textured sleeve plus insert-sheet w/expressive drawings/illustrations to the songs... running by titles like "piranha business", "bazaar of a thousand horrors", "the return of Godzilla" ...which may give some hint at the music contained here... athmo-packed Avant-Pop/Fusion-Wave w/ minimal touch and a sinistro-wired glow in the slutch; guitar-synth, bass, drum-computer, zither, clavinet, xylophone, sax, vocals...;)
Jason & The Scorchers Fervor (EMI America) EX / EX NL'1983 34.00*
(holland print of early 80's 7-tracks mini-album release by U.S. guitar-slingin' Country-Billy combo w/ a ringin', catchy sound produced at the legendary Sam Phillips Studio and Terry Manning added some magic while fondlin' 'em engineering knobs!)
Lost & Found (EMI America) EX / EX NL'1985 34.00*
(holland print of mid-80's full album relase by U.S. guitar-slingin' Country-Billy combo w/ a ringin', catchy sound 'n knee-trembler grooves! Terry Manning engineered; w/inner-sleeve;)
Javelin Boot The Schwa Sound (No Duh) EX / M- / Cc. U.S.'1989 42.00
(late 80's U.S. release by Austin, Tx band gone w/colorfully shattered guitar-splash, catchy melodic sprees, a Byrds-ian twang... but no obvious retro-flash-clang for their sound 'n songs are grabbin' with a genuine, own fang!)
Jazzateers Same (Rough Trade) M- / EX U.K.'1983 34.00
(early 80's U.K. minor-classic New Wave spooker w/punky, athmo-doomer strools, hipnotic vocs, wailin' sax-leads w/glimpses of Avant-Free-Form beads...; insert-sheet;)
Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
Album (Blackheart/MCA) M- / M- U.S.'1983 34.00*
(orig. U.S. print of 4th album by action-bound rockin' lady; FOC;)
The Joneses Tits And Champagne (Trigon) EX / EX U.S.'1989 55.00
(late 80's californian 5-track mini-album of killer Rock-out in smashing Charlie Pickett & The Eggs way of dealin' the chips!! ...guitars 'bout to blow fuse, hammerin' piano (!) snotty vocs... plus 'em boobs on the cover... makin' even Miss Loren go confuse! ...incl. a wild cover of "Route 66";)
Joshua Surrender (Bellaphon) M- / M- D'1986 28.00
(german print of 80's Hard-Rock dimension by U.K.(?)-gang;)
Sylvia Juncosa Nature (SST) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1988 42.00*
(late 80's U.S. release of waste-bound, big city pressure-wacked Grunge-Rock thing by wah-fuzz guitar-crankin' lady; recorded at Radio Tokyo Studios and Ethan James produced;)
Katrina And The Waves Same (Capitol) M- / EX D'1985 Sold
(german print of mid-80's Pop item feat. Kimberley Rew; hooky guitars & a splashy sound plus strong femme lead voice;)
Gene Keller Around The Bend (Eutaxa) EX / EX U.S.'1983 42.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-release from Texas; slightly bent, loungy Folk-Pop w/arranged, funky slopes, full-band venture w/brass 'n action-paint wacko strains;)
Kirk Kelly Go Man Go (SST) M- / M- U.S.'1988 52.00
(late 80's U.S. release on adventurous label; road-fevered Singer-Songwriter galore... just an acoustic wooden box, harmonica 'n a voice strikin' 'em elementary chimes stained w/ Coffehouse rhymes, ramblin' talkin' blues strainin' lines in the topics of speakin one's mind 'n the payin' of dues...; w/lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Steve Kilbey The Slow Crack (Red Eye) M- / EX Aus'1987 65.00*
(2nd solo-album by The Church-leader;... a rather solemn, introspective piece w/expressive arrangements, forlorn drifter vibes w/ moods o' flashin'-lonesome 'hind dark glasses; housed in color splashing psychedelic-art sleeve! plus inner-sleeve w/b&w photo;)
Unearthed (Red Eye) M- / EX Aus'1986 52.00*
(first solo-album by The Church-leader ( ain't talkin' 'bout the pope here!) ... a rather solemn, introspective piece w/expressive arrangments, forlorn drifter vibes w/ moods o' flashin'-lonesome 'hind dark glasses; "famine" -track lassoos spacey  bubbles of broodin' sentiments...; w/inner-sleeve;)
The Killer Whales Emotional Geography (Ripete) M- / M- U.S.'1983 34.00
(early 80's U.S. release of shaky, sunny-crest Pop-splasher w/go-go-guitar drive, rollin' bass action, voc-harmonies; the trio hails from South Carolina;)
King Snake Roost From Barbarism To Christian Manhood (Amphetamine Reptile) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1987 34.00
(80's U.S. Hard-Core-Punk slasher; w/inner-sleeve;)
King's X Gretchen Goes To Hollywood (Megaforce Worldwide/Atlantic) EX / EX D'1989 42.00
(late 80's U.S. release of "Fantasy" induced conceptual Rock-out w/full-tilt studio-production soundscape, hard-edged blitz-lead-axe smoulders slantin' down shaky boulders w/sitar-sounds 'n 60's retro harmony-steam on "out of the silent planet", the opening track; U.S. trio out of Texas (?) ...inner-sleeve has the whole story 'hind this project; nice "Fantasy"-art-sleeve;)
Kino Groupa Kroovy (Gold Castle) M- / M- U.S.'1989 Sold
(late 80's U.S. release of Doom-Pop (Red Wave?) spooker by russian band; athmo-gloom sprinkled keyboards-sounds, fuzz-box-guitar squelche, fake-brass arrangements, sung in native tongue; comes w/ lyrics-insert-sheet that has the english translation;)
Kitchen Of Insanity Dreamaway Sunday (Scorpio) M- / M- B'198 42.00
(mid-80's orig. pint of doomy Rock-spooker w/DOORS-influenced gloom-glaced athmo-soothe, existenzo- flaked lead-voice, fine, intense lead-guitar jobs; band hails from Belgium; nice cover;)
Joey Kline Pomp & Circus Pants (Pop Llama) M- / M- U.S.'1988 52.00
(late 80's U.S. release by this most innovating label from Seattle; pretty eccentric Songsmither bag reekin' w/bent introspective mussels-in-motion wrapped in Fusion-Folk typo armouries 'n bluesy khool ridin' a West Coasty crest ("the real rodeo") w/electric-lead picks; full-band venture w/circus-brass goofing on " a couple of drunks" scraping the bend w/ a messy coughing sound for closure; an album w/definite grower-status as its versatility won't grab at first ear!)
Kraftwerk Electric Cafe (EMI) M- / M- NL'1986 32.00
(orig. holland print of early mid-80's effort by german Techno/Electronics pioneers; w/inner-sleeve;)
Joachim Kühn Time Exposure (Entente) M / M- D'1987 65.00*
(german orig. print of Avant-Chamber compositions for piano (J. Kühn) and digital live sounds created by Walter Quintus; the music to the ballet of the same name that had its première in New York City in '87; this is an audiophile recording in FOC;)

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