Blasters

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Blasters - Hard Line Hard Line
Pop New - LP 25093 Slash
Sealed 1985 Original.... more details
 
Blasters - Hard Line Hard Line
Pop Used - LP 25093 Slash
1985 Original In Custom Inner Lyric Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Blasters - Over There-Live At The Venue London Over There-Live At The Venue London
Pop Used - LP 23735 Slash
1982 Original From The Roots Rockers. Shrink Wrap Intact. LP Appears New, Unplayed.... more details
 
Blasters - Blasters Blasters
Pop New - LP BSK 3680 Slash
Sealed 1981 Original. Their Highly Acclaimed Second Album. When Punk Rock Began Exploding In The Late 1970S, More Than A Few Fans Of The New Music Declared The Only Hope For Rock & Roll Was To Throw Away Its Past And Start Over, But Thankfully, A Few People Knew Better Than That. Dave And Phil Alvin Were A Pair Of Brothers From Downey, CA Who'd Been Raised On A Steady Diet Of What They Called "American Music" -- Blues, Rockabilly, Country, Jazz, Swing, R&B, And Early Rock & Roll, Nearly All Of It Dating Back Before 1955 -- And They Knew The Last Thing That Music Needed Was To Be Treated As A Museum Piece, As So Many Others Treated It In The '70S. The Alvin Brothers Formed A Band Called The Blasters That Approached The Classic Styles Of The Past With The Energy And Insouciance Of Punk Rock, And Their Music Taught A New Generation That Rock & Roll Was Hard, Wild, And Manic Fun Even Before It Was Called Rock & Roll. The Blasters Cut A Fine LP For Rollin' Rock Records In 1980, But It Was Their Self-Titled 1981 Album For Slash That Made Them Stars In Los Angeles While Earning Them A Loyal Following Nationwide, And With Good Reason.... more details
 
Blasters - American Music American Music
Pop New - LP LP021 Rollin' Rock
Sealed And Very Hard To Find 1980 Original Released On The Tiny Rollin' Rock Label. Archival Quality Copy. “Right From The Beginning, With Dave Alvin's Title Song, The Blasters Made Their Statement, That Basic Rock & Roll Was As Contemporary In 1980 As It Had Been In The Mid-'50s. The Other 12 Tracks, Which Mixed Dave And Phil Alvin Originals With Covers Like "I Wish You Would" And "Never No More Blues," Reiterated The Opening Remark, Re-Creating The Feel Of A Biker Bar After A Couple Of Tall Ones. Actually, The Blasters Didn't Have Much To Say Beyond This Record, Of Which Only A Couple Of Thousand Copies Were Pressed, But They Went On To A Few Years With Warner Bros.” – William Ruhlman, AMG... more details
 
Blasters - American Music American Music
Pop New - LP HT 8086 Hightone
Sealed 1997 2LP Gatefold. Disc One Contains The Original Blasters Album, Of Which Less Than 2000 Were Pressed. Disc Two Contains Seven Never Before Released Tracks From The Same Recording Session.... more details
 

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