Label: Catalog Number: fm 300-1 Date: Dec 2nd, 1985 Venue: W. Berlin Length: 45 min Medium: Vinyl Source: Soundboard
Album: Head On The Door
Play for Today
Kyoto Long (sic)
Night Like This
In Between Days
Let's Go To Bed
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not be familiar with it (10 is the best). To view all of the albums in order of
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The sound quality is EXCELLENT! Only thing that keeps me
from giving this boot a rating of 10 is the pretty ordinary
track listing - althought the intro Relax is something I haven't
heard before. This boot cost me $26, but I don't know if I made a
good deal or not.
The cover is a coal drawing of a railway station with some figure
standing at the platform. The actual record is made out of red vinyl.
Something to add to my comment...
I finally decided that this boot does really
earn to get full 10, and I found out that the
intro Relax is in fact a song by The Glove,
which is Robert Smith's side project with Steve Severin.