Playing 45’s Tonight

Playing some 45’s tonight. 3 are on instagram, and if I have this right, down below:

#banshees #christine #siouxsieandthebanshees #45s #vinyl #vinylrecords #vinylcommunity

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#iandury #blockheads #vinylcommunity #45s #vinyl #vinylrecords #reasonstobecheerful

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Listening to 45's tonight. #45s #vinyl #vinyljunkie #vinylcommunity #xtc

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QUITE THE W/E FOR VINYL BUYING 10

aaaaaaaaaaand finally, something  a little bit different. A 7″ single, or E.P. really, that came out on Record Store Day this year but was still in the store and, as I am a bit of a sucker for Soundtracks, I really had to pick it up and take it home.

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Record Store Day celebrates German cinematic culture this year with this special edition silver colored vinyl 7″ single of ‘Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens (translated as Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror) from the 1922 German Expressionist horror film. The original score composed by Hans Erdmann has been lost, and what remains is a reconstitution of the score as it was played in 1922. James Bernard, composer of the soundtracks of many Hammer horror films in the late 1950s and 1960s, has written a score for a reissue. This particular 7” version contains audio performed in 1997 by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Nic Raine. Limited to 3000 numbered copies.

Side A
Omens of Nosferatu
The Pursuit of Knock

Side B
The Ship of Doom

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It’s a wonderful thing and, although it was £7.00 I feel it was worth it and, of course, it wasn’t my money paying for it!

Below is a video that somebody made of it playing on their turntable.

Final Total: £51.00