Vinyl-O-Matic Season 4, Episode 17 | 45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with the letter E, and some that begin with F

July 11th, 2018

56 mins 19 secs

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The Police
a side: "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"
b side: "Shambelle"
A&M Records 2371-S 1981
All the way up to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. In case you were wondering what Steward Copeland was like back then.

Palace
a side: "Every Mother’s Son"
b side: "No More Rides"
Drag City Records/Palace Records DC83/PR9 1996


a side: Deerhoof "Exit Only"
b side: Wampire "The Amazing Heart Attack"
Polyvinyl Records PRC-9210-7 2014

Smut Peddlers
a side: "Exit Plan"
b side: "Losta Cooks"/"Blackballed"
Ransom Records RR-007 2003
Produced by Mr. Billy Zoom.


R.E.M.
a side: "Fall On Me"
b side: "Rotary Ten"
I.R.S. Records IRS-52883 1986
This actually cracked the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 94.

Hamilton, Reynolds and Joe Frank
a side: "Fallin’ in Love"
b side: "So Good at Lovin’ You"
Playboy Records P 6024 1975
Here's one for you MST#K folks.

Jimmy Dean & his Texas Wildcats
a side: "False Pride"
b side: "Big Blue Diamonds"
Mercury Records 70691X45 1955
Willard Whyte.

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