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Epic's "Nu Disk"s - what did you think??

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Epic's "Nu Disk"s - what did you think??

Postby bpdp3 » Sun Mar 21, 2004 8:01 pm

Anyone else have any of these?

I have:
Propoganda "Calling on Moscow" (not THAT Propoganda)
The Continentals "Fizz Pop Modern Rock"
Nu Musik "Straight Lines"
The Clash "Black Market Clash"
Shakin' Stevens (w/ his version of Marie Marie)
...and I just picked up Cheap Trick's "Found All the Parts" for a buck (!) yesterday which got me thinking about these.

I really liked the Nu Musik one, as it was my first introduction to their work. The Clash one is great (9 songs!).

The others aren't 'mind-blowing', but I'm glad I have them just the same. Decent enough new-wave rock. (Shakin' Stevens is a rockabilly artist for those unfamiliar with him).

Kind of a neat format in retrospect,though I don't remember them being all that less expensive than albums back in their day. If they'd have priced them right, it would have been a great way to promote new 'new-wave' acts...
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