It's been a while since I last bought some music so this week I scooped up a few titles from the local music pusher. Some of it I knew very well, some of it I already own on LP, and some of it I hated as a kid but thought I should give a chance. xD.
The Smiths: Hatful of Hollow (my first The Smith LP which I bought shortly after it came out. This version contains singles versions and radio recordings from The Peel Show, and it's better than their debut LP).
The Smiths: s/t
Morrissey: Bona Drag (wauw, imagine if some old geezer came up from the cellar at The Smiths' old record label and said "Bloody hell, I just found the mystical last Smiths album that was never released!". Well, that's how this Morrissey record sounds and how good it is. In my view anyway [and that's what counts here, haha]).
Morrissey: You Are the Quarry (fortunately it was very cheap, otherwise it'd be quite annoyed as I forgot I've already got a copy of it!).
Sex Pistols: Never Mind the Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols (ordinary release without all the extra tracks. Fortunately! I want the original track list, goddammit!).
The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Are You Experienced (UK version)
Sonic Youth: Goo (original one cd version)
John Coltrane: Blue Train, Traneing in, Dakar (3 albums on one 2 disc release)
Miles Davis: Kind of Blue, Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud, Somethin' Else (3 albums on one 2 disc release)
P J Harvey: 4-Track Demos
P J Harvey: Rid of Me
Kent: En Plats i Solen
The Ventures: Guitar Freakout, Super Psychedelics (2 albums on one 1 disc release)
- and in addition to all the above Henrik Larsen was so kind as to send me a bucketful of 1980s heavy metal albums (on cd-r) and thanks a lot for those, Henrik!