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2016
Label: Bad Feeling - BF048,RPM Records (2) - RPMD532 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Indie Pop, Post-Punk
I Hate Being In Love - Various - Sharon Signs To Cherry Red (CD)

 · Sharon Signs To Cherry Red by Various Artists, released 03 March 1. Sharon Signs To Cherry Red 2. I Confess 3. Hate The Girl 4. I Never Knew 5. In Rhythm 6. Seaside (Go Away) 7. How Come You're Such A Hit With The Boys, Jane? 8. Normal 9. Teenage Kicks Debbie Harry Laundrette A Splash Of Red Don't Turn Me Away

 · Sharon Signs To Cherry Red *Independent Women * Digipak with 24p booklet.3/5(2).

The hole package is a 3 panel fold out case & as is usual with Cherry Red, is of high quality. A great set & a worthy purchase for audiophiles, young, old & those who want to relive their youth. Released 20th May via Cherry Red Track List: DISC THE KAMIKAZE PILOTS: SHARON SIGNS TO CHERRY RED 2-DOROTHY: I CONFESS 3-MARINE GIRLS: HATE THE GIRL.

 · Sharon Signs to Cherry Red: Independent Women comprises 45 songs that capture not a sound, but rather an attitude. Despite being 7/

 · The DIY culture described in our title song is illustrated on the compilation through several unreleased demos, of the sort which were common currency in the day, plus many new to CD tracks. 30 years on from 'Sharon Signs To Cherry Red', Sharon finally signs to Cherry Red with this extensive 2CD digipak compilation.


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I Hate Being In Love - Various - Sharon Signs To Cherry Red (CD)

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  1. Sharon Signs To Cherry Red ‎ (2xCD, Comp) Bad Feeling, RPM Records (2) BF, RPMD Japan. Sell This Version. RVSN

  2.  · Amy and the Angels “I Hate Being In Love” yields more lo-fi treasure and the Delmonas “Woa Now” is a sparky, fine bit of 60s garage punk and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. If “Sharon Signs For Cherry Red” stands for anything, perhaps it is the relentless creativity and invention of female artists that marked out the years it documents as special, proving that women had equally as much to say as Author: Ian Canty.

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