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Essential artist compilations and live albums

Stephen Lloyd
 
Hatful Of Hollow
Hatful Of Hollow
"Perfection! Compilation or not this is simply the finest recorded music ever released."
The Best Of David Bowie 1969/1974
The Best Of David Bowie 1969/1974
"Dirty Glam! Bowie's a god-like genius without question but his early wares are best sampled on this exquiste collection."
Upside Down: The Best Of
Upside Down: The Best Of
"Beautiful white noise! Ridiculously cheap compilation of velvets/cochrane/Spector/Stooges mash up performed by the coolest looking siblings you will ever encounter."
The Early Years
The Early Years
"Art house glam! Truly superb and ultimately timeless collection culled from the bands first three essential albums."
Sci-Fi Lullabies
Sci-Fi Lullabies
"Glitter & poetry in the tower blocks and on the housing estates! Without doubt the greatest 'b side' collection ever released."
Rolled Gold
Rolled Gold
"Brian where art thou! Forget the strolling bones this is the ONLY stones album you will ever need. Produced when they were dangerous and mattered!"
Boy Child: 67-70
Boy Child: 67-70
"Genius in blue! Just beautiful. The voice, the lyrics the longing for a bedsit!"
Children Of The Revolution: An Introduction To Marc Bolan
Children Of The Revolution: An Introduction To Marc Bolan
"Dirty & sweet! Fine collection from Bolan's EMI years compiled by celebrity fan Dr Robert"
Live In Japan [Japanese Import]
Live In Japan [Japanese Import]
"Sonic agitation! A powerhouse of a live recording. Audio evidence of band and audience as one. Exhillarating!"
1969: Velvet Underground Live: Volume 1
1969: Velvet Underground Live: Volume 1
"Sublimely deviant! Best live album ever (alonside Vol 2) You can just feel the charge from Lou in his shades and black polo neck!"
David Live
David Live
"Berlin in Philadelphia! Bowie's best live album. New, sleazy cabaret arrangements of familiar songs and the Dame's breathy vocals make this essential late night listening."
101
101
"Basildon bondage! The band on the cusp of their dark transition. Pulsing early electro for the yanks!"