Lovich, Lene

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Lovich, Lene - Flex Flex
Pop New - LP PE 36308 Stiff
Sealed 1980 Original.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - Stateless Stateless
Pop Used - LP PE 36102 Stiff
1979 Original In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “One Of Stiff Records' Most Stable Staples, The Truly Alternative Lene Lovich Laid Much Of The Groundwork For An Entire Generation Of Singers Left To Pick Up The Pieces In The Wasteland Of The Post-Punk Era. Her Stunning Debut, 1979's Stateless, Was So Unique, So Vibrant, And Her Vocal Stylings So Unusual That The LP Not Only Put Her Right At The Front Of The Pack Of Nascent New Wavers, It Also Sounded A Commercial Death Knell Of Sorts, Relegating Her To The Realms Of Novelty Acts -- At Least As Far As The Mainstream Was Concerned. But That's Not To Say That The Mainstream Wasn't Keeping An Ear Cocked. Re-Recorded From The Demo That Landed Her A Deal In The First Place, A Unique Rendering Of The Bubblegum Puff Piece "I Think We're Alone Now" Provided Such Propulsion That Its B-Side, The Now-Classic "Lucky Number," Was Itself Then Re-Recorded, To Land Lovich A Number Three U.K. Hit In Early 1979. Elsewhere, The Darkly Sinister "Home" Played Off The Rumors Concerning Lovich's Exotic Eastern European Background (She Was Actually From Detroit, But She Could Fake A Great Accent). The Piano-Led Patti Smith-Y "Too Tender (Too Touch)" Allowed Lovich To Explore A Quieter Corner, As Did A Sexy, Sensuous Rehash Of Fellow Stiff-Er Nick Lowe's "Tonight." The Rambunctious Squeak Of "Say When," On The Other Hand, Not Only Tempered That Mood But Also Scored Lovich Another Hit. While Stateless Is Certainly Very Much Of Its Era, And Well-Placed In Its Time, Inspired And Adventurous Songwriting Coupled With A Truly Pioneering Intent Ensure That This LP Will Always Remain The Lit Roadside Marker That Whispered "This Way" To The Hundreds Of Bands Who Followed.” Amy Hanson, AMG.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - New Toy New Toy
Pop Used - LP VIP 5908 Stiff
Stunning 1981 Six-Track Japanese Promo EP With 6" Picture Labels In Die-Cut Sleeve With Obi And Custom Insert.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - Wonderland Wonderland
Pop New - 12 PTF 8909 Pathfinder
Sealed 1989 Vinyl. Four Versions Of The Title Track.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - Hotel Blue Hotel Blue
Pop Used - LP SYZ 2000 RCA
Italian Pressing. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - No Man's Land No Man's Land
Pop Colored Vinyl DSEEZ 44 Stiff
Hard To Find 1982 Limited Edition Clear Vinyl Super Stereo Audiophile Pressing. Has Custom Hype Sticker And DMM Sticker On Front Cover. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - Stateless Stateless
Pop Colored Vinyl SEEZ 7 Stiff
1978 Red Vinyl Route 78 Label UK Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “One Of Stiff Records' Most Stable Staples, The Truly Alternative Lene Lovich Laid Much Of The Groundwork For An Entire Generation Of Singers Left To Pick Up The Pieces In The Wasteland Of The Post-Punk Era. Her Stunning Debut, 1979's Stateless, Was So Unique, So Vibrant, And Her Vocal Stylings So Unusual That The LP Not Only Put Her Right At The Front Of The Pack Of Nascent New Wavers, It Also Sounded A Commercial Death Knell Of Sorts, Relegating Her To The Realms Of Novelty Acts -- At Least As Far As The Mainstream Was Concerned. But That's Not To Say That The Mainstream Wasn't Keeping An Ear Cocked. Re-Recorded From The Demo That Landed Her A Deal In The First Place, A Unique Rendering Of The Bubblegum Puff Piece "I Think We're Alone Now" Provided Such Propulsion That Its B-Side, The Now-Classic "Lucky Number," Was Itself Then Re-Recorded, To Land Lovich A Number Three U.K. Hit In Early 1979. Elsewhere, The Darkly Sinister "Home" Played Off The Rumors Concerning Lovich's Exotic Eastern European Background (She Was Actually From Detroit, But She Could Fake A Great Accent). The Piano-Led Patti Smith-Y "Too Tender (Too Touch)" Allowed Lovich To Explore A Quieter Corner, As Did A Sexy, Sensuous Rehash Of Fellow Stiff-Er Nick Lowe's "Tonight." The Rambunctious Squeak Of "Say When," On The Other Hand, Not Only Tempered That Mood But Also Scored Lovich Another Hit. While Stateless Is Certainly Very Much Of Its Era, And Well-Placed In Its Time, Inspired And Adventurous Songwriting Coupled With A Truly Pioneering Intent Ensure That This LP Will Always Remain The Lit Roadside Marker That Whispered "This Way" To The Hundreds Of Bands Who Followed.” – Amy Hanson, AMG... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - Bird Song Bird Song
Pop Used - 12 740 519 Stiff
1979 White Label Promo 45rpm 12" Single Housed In A Glossy Jacket. Title Track B/W "Too Tender (To Touch)" And "Trixi." Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - Flex Flex
Pop Used - LP NJE 36308 Stiff
1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - Lene Lovich Speaks: Radio Interview Lene Lovich Speaks: Radio Interview
Pop Used - 12 LENE 1 Stiff
Rare 1979 UK Promo Only 12 Inch With Plug Copy Sticker On Front Cover. Appears Virtually Unplayed. Stiff Records Radio Interview D.J. Album Featuring Conversational Interview With Lene Lovich. Intended For Play With "Stateless" JE 36102.... more details
 
Lovich, Lene - Stateless Stateless
Pop Used - LP JE 36102 Stiff
Rare 1979 White Label Promo. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 

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