They're Here! 1979 As&Bs

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They're Here! 1979 As&Bs

Postby kirkm » Thu Nov 26, 2015 5:30 am

Finally... a marathon year superbly collated and checked by Tel and the gang.

Posting today to the usual NG. Total Files 1147 66h10m:24s, 44 NFO's placeholders
Plus checksums, PARsand a spec list.

Thanks to all concerned

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Re: They're Here! 1979 As&Bs

Postby Nbtd » Wed Dec 16, 2015 10:37 am

Thanks to all concerned for another great year.
I hope you can continue with these A's and B's through the early 80's at least? although this is just for selfish reasons as every batch has included a handful of missing B sides from my collection.
But it's been brilliant to hear some of the stuff I had missed and forgotten about :)

Only query so far has been the Boney M tracks El Lute and Gotta Go Home which are both there but listed as u79_150a + u79_228a with placeholders for the other track as B sides?
Although I realise the Gotta go home track is the shortened album version. (does that make sense?).

I have not had the time to go through the last batch of singles I bought (about 4,000 of them!!) but if that one is there I will rip a copy for you :)

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Re: They're Here! 1979 As&Bs

Postby Bassman » Thu Dec 17, 2015 2:14 am


I've dropped you a PM re the continuation.

With regard to the Boney M Track. This is unusual as it is not a normal double A side. The single was flipped and both tracks have separate chart runs. Normally a double A side would have consecutive numbering, but in this case it does not. However it is still the same single, just different releases.



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Re: They're Here! 1979 As&Bs

Postby starsky1808 » Tue Feb 16, 2016 5:30 pm

Another fantastic collection ... thanks guys for all your efforts.
I was amazed just how many of the B sides I actually knew so just like Nbtd I hope you can find the time to continue into the 80's.

Thanks again.

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