Archive for September, 2014

Episode 57: Boys in Blue

Vinyl record covers discussed. This episode: Boys in Blue. Hosted by Rich Bachelor and Mark Mager. StylusCast from Downtown Portland, home of the world’s bluish vinyl scene. Each week we discuss 5 albums selected by the merit of their covers (usually).

Jim and Jesse “Wildwood Flower” 1970 Harmony Records.
Paul Revere and the Raiders “Here They Come” 1965 Columbia Records.
The Trammps “The Legendary Zing album featuring the Fabulous Trammps” 1976 Buddah Records.
The Union Gap “Woman Woman” 1968 Columbia Records.
Slim Whitman “All My Best” 1979 Suffolk Marketing Records.

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Episode 56: 23 Envelope

Vinyl record covers discussed. This episode: 23 Envelope. Hosted by Rich Bachelor and Mark Mager. StylusCast from Downtown Portland, home of the world’s most mediocre vinyl scene. Each week we discuss 5 albums selected by the merit of their covers (usually).

Cocteau Twins “Echoes In a Shallow Bay” 1985 4AD Records.
Cocteau Twins “Tiny Dynamine” 1985 4AD Records.
Cocteau Twins “Lullabies” 1982 4AD Records.
Pixies “Doolittle” 1989 4AD Records.
Pixies “Surfe Rosa” 1952 4AD Records.
Dead Can Dance “Spleen and Ideal” 1985 4AD Records.

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Episode 55: Toilets

Vinyl record covers discussed. This episode: Toilets. Hosted by Rich Bachelor and Mark Mager. StylusCast from Downtown Portland, home of the world’s most clogged vinyl scene. Each week we discuss 5 albums selected by the merit of their covers (usually).

Foreigner “Head Games” 1979 Atlantic Records.
Circle Jerks “Golden Shower of Hits” 1983 Allegiance Records.
Jello Biafra “I Blow Minds for a Living” 1991 Alternative Tentacles.
Carey’s Problem “Arena of Shame” 1989.
The Mama’s and the Papa’s “If You Can Believe Your Eyes” 1966 Dunhill Records.
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