Thinking Inside The Box
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The first ever box set devoted to New Wave Punk loonys Radio Stars! 68 tracks of melodic mayhem! Disc 1 is the bands debut album, originally released in 1977 by Chiswick Records. A certified Power Pop Punk classic it features the UK Top 40 single Nervous Wreck. The bands second and final album is Disc 2 and features the single The Real Me and a re-working of the seminal No Russians In Russia. The third disc contains a variety of non LP singles, b-sides and studio out-takes, many of the tracks appearing here on CD for the first time. The previously unreleased Beast Of Ankara has also been added as a bonus. Three previously unissued sessions for BBC Radio 1s legendary John Peel show plus an unreleased In Concert for the same radio station are what you will find on Disc 4. In depth liner notes by Dave Thompson are a feature of the 24 page booklet which also includes pictures of all the relevant records as well as clippings, adverts, etc
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I've been a fan of the Radio Stars for, well, a stupid long time. I bought Songs For Swinging Lovers when it came out, mostly because it had a free single. I did things like that then. Little did I know that I had discovered a band that would stick with me for decades.
I bought the LPs, I bought the singles, including the wonderfully silly 5" From A Rabbit single.
Great hooks, silly lyrics, silly jokes. One of the best power pop bands of all time. Do not expect a reasonable, deep review here.
This is everything. Really everything. Both LPs, all non album single sides. All the b-sides. The Peel Sessions. A live show. This is Radio Stars heaven.
The LPs seem to be the same versions that were released a few years ago. Unlike so many reissues of 70s stuff, it is remastered really well for CD. The drums aren't shoved to the front as is the case with so many reissues from the era. The guitar is still the most prominent part of the mix. Andy is right up front with the vocals. This collection sounds wonderful.
The liner notes are wonderful. Great photos.
This is a perfect collection. The completest in me is very happy,