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In case you are wondering...

The song 'Return Of The Spiders' from the album carries the dedication 'For Gene Vincent'

On September 13th, 1969, the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival concert was a one-day, twelve-hour music festival held in Ontario, Canada. The bill included (amongst others) Bo Diddley, Chicago, Junior Walker and the All Stars, Alice Cooper (including the notorious 'chicken' incident), Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent, Little Richard, The Doors and The Plastic Ono Band

As well as their own featured set, the Alice Cooper Group (without Alice) provided the music for Gene Vincent's performance at this show.
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Another two for a tenner at HMV again,The Jam's The Gift,and The Ramones first album,again the Ramones is double dip (probably 3rd actually),but again it also comes in that fold out cardboard sleeve..(and yes I have the expaned versions).
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And an album i sadly 'lost' years ago. B_e gave me the heads up about it on Music Magpie so i snapped it up.
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In case you are wondering...

The song 'Return Of The Spiders' from the album carries the dedication 'For Gene Vincent'

On September 13th, 1969, the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival concert was a one-day, twelve-hour music festival held in Ontario, Canada. The bill included (amongst others) Bo Diddley, Chicago, Junior Walker and the All Stars, Alice Cooper (including the notorious 'chicken' incident), Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent, Little Richard, The Doors and The Plastic Ono Band

As well as their own featured set, the Alice Cooper Group (without Alice) provided the music for Gene Vincent's performance at this show.

I seem to have received a misprint version that has the Killer album in gold vinyl incorrectly labeled as Easy Action. Turns out this is now sought after by collectors and as I have Easy Action included in the School Days release I think I will hang on to it.
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I seem to have received a misprint version that has the Killer album in gold vinyl incorrectly labeled as Easy Action. Turns out this is now sought after by collectors and as I have Easy Action included in the School Days release I think I will hang on to it.
Presumably it's on the Rhino label?

It's a relatively recent one - release date was announced for January 23rd, 2018, although this was put back when the printing mistake was discovered!

Rhino re-released three albums on coloured vinyl - 'Easy Action' was on gold, 'Killer' on "translucent red vinyl with swirls" and 'Welcome To My Nightmare' on purple. However, it was discovered that there was a worldwide pressing error on both the 'Killer' and 'Easy Action' discs, where the releases had the correct labels and the records were the correct colour...but the wrong music!

It was then recalled, but some copies were missed. I don't know how many got out

I have heard of a copy of 'Easy Action' containing 'Killer' on a record auction site (not e-bay) going for just under 130
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Although both bought in HMV they were not part of any deal,what there criteria is i have know idea as the cds all seem the same to me.Again another deeply double dip for The Ramones Rocket to Russia,but these 40th Anniversary editions in there mini cardboard sleeves are a work of art,and id rather have these than those expaned editions,i mean the reason some tracks are left off a release is usually because there inferior so to include them is no bonus,to your ears or your wallet.The Ska madness comp was another cheap cd,but has all the original songs that alot of the ska revival bands in the 80's covered, Rudy, A Message To You,Let's Do Rocksteady,Monkey Man and Can't Get Used To Losing You etc etc....
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