Bangles

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

All Over The Place
Used - LP - BFC 39220
1984 Original Mastered At Sterling. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Virtually Unplayed. “While The Bangles Would Later Embrace A Radio-Friendly Pop Production Style (And Enjoy Attendant Commercial Success) That Separated Them From Their Early Peers, They Were The Only Figures From The L.A. Paisley Underground Scene Who Would Go On To Become Genuine Multi-Platinum Rock Stars, And While Their First Full-Length Album, 1984's All Over The Place, Showed That Some Of Their Rough Edges Were Already Being Buffed Away, Of Their Major-Label Output It's The Record That Most Openly Embraces The Folk-Rock And Garage Rock Influences That Fueled Their Earliest Music. Vicki Peterson's Lead Guitar And The Band's Stellar Harmonies Are The Vehicles That Drive These 11 Songs, And If Producer David Kahne Was Already Pushing The Group In A More Commercially Ambitious Direction, There's No Disguising The Psychedelic Guitar Figures On "Dover Beach" Or The Byrds-Meets-Raiders Jangle Of "Tell Me," And The Choice Of The Merry-Go-Round's "Live" As A Cover Is Especially Telling. All Over The Place Is Also The Bangles' Most Unified Full-Length Album; Susanna Hoffs Hadn't Yet Been Singled Out As The Star Of The Show, And The Round-Robin Lead Vocals, Stellar Harmonies, And Tight, Concise Arrangements Make Them Sound Like A Real-Deal Rock Band, And The Set's Gentle But Insistent Sway From British Invasion-Styled Rock And West Coast Pop Feels Natural, Unforced, And Effective. And When Drummer Debbie Peterson And Bassist Michael Steele Feel Like Rocking Out, The Bangles Generate A Lot More Heat Than They're Usually Given Credit For, Most Notably On "Silent Treatment." The Bangles' Second Full Album, Different Light, Would Sell A Lot More Copies, But All Over The Place Is Easily Their Best And Most Satisfying LP.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
All Over The Place
Used - LP - PC 39220
1986 Release Still In Shrink With Hype Sticker. “While The Bangles Would Later Embrace A Radio-Friendly Pop Production Style (And Enjoy Attendant Commercial Success) That Separated Them From Their Early Peers, They Were The Only Figures From The L.A. Paisley Underground Scene Who Would Go On To Become Genuine Multi-Platinum Rock Stars, And While Their First Full-Length Album, 1984's All Over The Place, Showed That Some Of Their Rough Edges Were Already Being Buffed Away, Of Their Major-Label Output It's The Record That Most Openly Embraces The Folk-Rock And Garage Rock Influences That Fueled Their Earliest Music. Vicki Peterson's Lead Guitar And The Band's Stellar Harmonies Are The Vehicles That Drive These 11 Songs, And If Producer David Kahne Was Already Pushing The Group In A More Commercially Ambitious Direction, There's No Disguising The Psychedelic Guitar Figures On "Dover Beach" Or The Byrds-Meets-Raiders Jangle Of "Tell Me," And The Choice Of The Merry-Go-Round's "Live" As A Cover Is Especially Telling. All Over The Place Is Also The Bangles' Most Unified Full-Length Album; Susanna Hoffs Hadn't Yet Been Singled Out As The Star Of The Show, And The Round-Robin Lead Vocals, Stellar Harmonies, And Tight, Concise Arrangements Make Them Sound Like A Real-Deal Rock Band, And The Set's Gentle But Insistent Sway From British Invasion-Styled Rock And West Coast Pop Feels Natural, Unforced, And Effective. And When Drummer Debbie Peterson And Bassist Michael Steele Feel Like Rocking Out, The Bangles Generate A Lot More Heat Than They're Usually Given Credit For, Most Notably On "Silent Treatment." The Bangles' Second Full Album, Different Light, Would Sell A Lot More Copies, But All Over The Place Is Easily Their Best And Most Satisfying LP.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
All Over The Place
Used - LP - C 39220
1984 Original. Glossy Vinyl, Crisp Cover. “While The Bangles Would Later Embrace A Radio-Friendly Pop Production Style (And Enjoy Attendant Commercial Success) That Separated Them From Their Early Peers, They Were The Only Figures From The L.A. Paisley Underground Scene Who Would Go On To Become Genuine Multi-Platinum Rock Stars, And While Their First Full-Length Album, 1984's All Over The Place, Showed That Some Of Their Rough Edges Were Already Being Buffed Away, Of Their Major-Label Output It's The Record That Most Openly Embraces The Folk-Rock And Garage Rock Influences That Fueled Their Earliest Music. Vicki Peterson's Lead Guitar And The Band's Stellar Harmonies Are The Vehicles That Drive These 11 Songs, And If Producer David Kahne Was Already Pushing The Group In A More Commercially Ambitious Direction, There's No Disguising The Psychedelic Guitar Figures On "Dover Beach" Or The Byrds-Meets-Raiders Jangle Of "Tell Me," And The Choice Of The Merry-Go-Round's "Live" As A Cover Is Especially Telling. All Over The Place Is Also The Bangles' Most Unified Full-Length Album; Susanna Hoffs Hadn't Yet Been Singled Out As The Star Of The Show, And The Round-Robin Lead Vocals, Stellar Harmonies, And Tight, Concise Arrangements Make Them Sound Like A Real-Deal Rock Band, And The Set's Gentle But Insistent Sway From British Invasion-Styled Rock And West Coast Pop Feels Natural, Unforced, And Effective. And When Drummer Debbie Peterson And Bassist Michael Steele Feel Like Rocking Out, The Bangles Generate A Lot More Heat Than They're Usually Given Credit For, Most Notably On "Silent Treatment." The Bangles' Second Full Album, Different Light, Would Sell A Lot More Copies, But All Over The Place Is Easily Their Best And Most Satisfying LP.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
All Over The Place
Used - LP - C 39220
1984 Original. Glossy Vinyl, Crisp Cover. “While The Bangles Would Later Embrace A Radio-Friendly Pop Production Style (And Enjoy Attendant Commercial Success) That Separated Them From Their Early Peers, They Were The Only Figures From The L.A. Paisley Underground Scene Who Would Go On To Become Genuine Multi-Platinum Rock Stars, And While Their First Full-Length Album, 1984's All Over The Place, Showed That Some Of Their Rough Edges Were Already Being Buffed Away, Of Their Major-Label Output It's The Record That Most Openly Embraces The Folk-Rock And Garage Rock Influences That Fueled Their Earliest Music. Vicki Peterson's Lead Guitar And The Band's Stellar Harmonies Are The Vehicles That Drive These 11 Songs, And If Producer David Kahne Was Already Pushing The Group In A More Commercially Ambitious Direction, There's No Disguising The Psychedelic Guitar Figures On "Dover Beach" Or The Byrds-Meets-Raiders Jangle Of "Tell Me," And The Choice Of The Merry-Go-Round's "Live" As A Cover Is Especially Telling. All Over The Place Is Also The Bangles' Most Unified Full-Length Album; Susanna Hoffs Hadn't Yet Been Singled Out As The Star Of The Show, And The Round-Robin Lead Vocals, Stellar Harmonies, And Tight, Concise Arrangements Make Them Sound Like A Real-Deal Rock Band, And The Set's Gentle But Insistent Sway From British Invasion-Styled Rock And West Coast Pop Feels Natural, Unforced, And Effective. And When Drummer Debbie Peterson And Bassist Michael Steele Feel Like Rocking Out, The Bangles Generate A Lot More Heat Than They're Usually Given Credit For, Most Notably On "Silent Treatment." The Bangles' Second Full Album, Different Light, Would Sell A Lot More Copies, But All Over The Place Is Easily Their Best And Most Satisfying LP.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
All Over The Place
Used - LP - C 39220
1984 Original. “While The Bangles Would Later Embrace A Radio-Friendly Pop Production Style (And Enjoy Attendant Commercial Success) That Separated Them From Their Early Peers, They Were The Only Figures From The L.A. Paisley Underground Scene Who Would Go On To Become Genuine Multi-Platinum Rock Stars, And While Their First Full-Length Album, 1984's All Over The Place, Showed That Some Of Their Rough Edges Were Already Being Buffed Away, Of Their Major-Label Output It's The Record That Most Openly Embraces The Folk-Rock And Garage Rock Influences That Fueled Their Earliest Music. Vicki Peterson's Lead Guitar And The Band's Stellar Harmonies Are The Vehicles That Drive These 11 Songs, And If Producer David Kahne Was Already Pushing The Group In A More Commercially Ambitious Direction, There's No Disguising The Psychedelic Guitar Figures On "Dover Beach" Or The Byrds-Meets-Raiders Jangle Of "Tell Me," And The Choice Of The Merry-Go-Round's "Live" As A Cover Is Especially Telling. All Over The Place Is Also The Bangles' Most Unified Full-Length Album; Susanna Hoffs Hadn't Yet Been Singled Out As The Star Of The Show, And The Round-Robin Lead Vocals, Stellar Harmonies, And Tight, Concise Arrangements Make Them Sound Like A Real-Deal Rock Band, And The Set's Gentle But Insistent Sway From British Invasion-Styled Rock And West Coast Pop Feels Natural, Unforced, And Effective. And When Drummer Debbie Peterson And Bassist Michael Steele Feel Like Rocking Out, The Bangles Generate A Lot More Heat Than They're Usually Given Credit For, Most Notably On "Silent Treatment." The Bangles' Second Full Album, Different Light, Would Sell A Lot More Copies, But All Over The Place Is Easily Their Best And Most Satisfying LP.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Bangles
Used - 12 - SP-70506
1983 EP. "Miles Away From The L.A. Soft Rock Paranoia Of Everything Or The Over-produced Pop Gems Of Their Second Album, Different Light, The Bangles' Self-titled Debut Ep Is A Rough And Ready, Heavily '60s-sounding Record. Produced By David Leon, The Five Tracks Have A Raw, Live Feel And Are Very Similar To Their First Single, "Getting Out Of Hand." The Ep Only Took A Few Days To Record But Half A Year To Release And The Early Bangles Lineup Included Annette Zilinkas On Bass Instead Of Michael Steele. "Want You" Opens Up With The Familiar Bangles Layered Vocal Harmonies, But Is A Rather Punky Affair Reminiscent Of The Seeds; Vicki Peterson, Who Always Came Up With The Rockier Tunes In The Band's Subsequent Albums, Unsurprisingly Wrote It. "How Is The Air Up There" Is A Cover Of A Punk Classic Originally Penned By New Zealand 's The La De Das And The Poppy And Perky "Mary Street" Offers Glimpses Of The Bangles' Future Sound And Displays Their More-than-capable Songwriting Abilities. Drummer Debbi Peterson Said That They Wanted The Record To Have A Garage-sounding Quality, So It Is Quite Ironical To Think That Only Four Years Later The Girls Were About To Become One Of The Most Successful Chart Groups Of The '80s With Their Slickly Produced Synth Pop. Immature Sounding In Places, The Bangles Ep Is Very Much An Introduction To Their Fine First Album, All Over The Place. Not As Widely Available As Their Other Recordings, This Ep Is Still Well Worth Checking Out By Fans Eager To Discover The Roots Of The Female Quartet." -Morgane Lhote, AMG more
Bangles
Used - LP - SP 70506
1982 2nd Issue 5 Track EP. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Bangles
Used - LP - FEP 1302
Beautiful 1982 Original Pressing On Faulty Products. This Was Re-Released In 1983 By I.R.S. Cover Has A Cut Corner. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. Their 5 Track Debut Release. more
Bangles
Used - LP - FEP 1302
1982 Original Pressing On Faulty Products. This Was Re-Released In 1983 By I.R.S. Shrink Still Intact With Custom Hype Sticker. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. Their 5 Track Debut Release. more
Bangles
Used - LP - FEP 1302
1982 Original Pressing On The Faulty Products Label. This Was Re-Released In 1983 By I.R.S. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Their 5 Track Debut Release. more
Bangles
New - LP - SP 70506
Sealed 1982 2nd Issue 5 Track EP. Tiny Saw Notch And I.R.S. Price Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Different Light
Used - LP - FC 40039
1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve In Shrink With Hype Sticker. Features "Walk Like An Egyptian" And The Prince Penned "Manic Monday." 1C/1A Stampers.LP Appears Glossy. more
Different Light
Used - LP - C 40039
1986 Original With Custom Lyric Inner Sleeve more
Different Light
New - LP - C 40039
1986 Original With Custom Lyric Inner Sleeve. "Different Light" is the second studio album by the Bangles, released in 1986. It was a commercial success and brought the band international recognition. The album features a mix of pop-rock, jangle-pop, and new wave music, with catchy melodies and harmonies. The standout tracks on the album include the hit singles "Manic Monday," "Walk Like an Egyptian," and "If She Knew What She Wants." These songs display the band's ability to create memorable hooks and deliver them with infectious energy. "Different Light" captures the spirit of the '80s pop scene. The Bangles' harmonies and catchy melodies are a delight to listen to, and the album has stood the test of time as a classic of the era. more
Everything
Used - LP - OC 44056
1988 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
In A Different Light
New - LP - FC 40039
Sealed 1985 Original. Slight Crease At Upper Right Corner. more
In Your Room
New - 12 - BANGS T4
Sealed 1988 UK 12" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Title Track B/W "Bell Jar." more
Rock 'N Syndrome
Used - LP - 22AP 3335
Rare 1987 Japanese 5 Song Mini LP With Obi, Promotional Only 12 Page Color Booklet, 12" x 10" Promo Stamped Poster Sticker And Insert. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. What Appears To Be A Small Sticker Residue On The Front Cover Is Actually Part Of The Artwork. more
Walk Like An Egyptian
Used - 12 - 44 05935
1896 12" 33rpm Original. Three Different Versions Of "Walk Like An Egyptian." more

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