Romantics

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Romantics - Strictly Personal Strictly Personal
Pop New - LP PZ 37435 Nemperor
Sealed 1981 Original, Clean COH.... more details
 
Romantics - National Breakout National Breakout
Pop Used - LP JZ 36881 Nemperor
1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Romantics - Romantics Romantics
Pop New - LP FIZZ 35 Bomb
Sealed 1979 Original. Features The Four Tracks The Band Recorded For Bomp Records And Originally released On The Midwest Pop Explosion" Compilation. Those Four Songs - Tell It To Carries, Runnin' Away, First In Line And Let's Swing - All Produced By Bob Segarini, Were Then Licensed And Released As An EP By Bomb. Followed Up The Following Year By Their Major Label Debut Which Featured The Monster Hit "What I Like About You."... more details
 
Romantics - In Heat In Heat
Pop Used - LP FZ 38880 Nemperor
1983 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink And Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. “After The Creative And Commercial Misfire Of Their Third Album, Strictly Personal, Detroit's The Romantics Took A Step In The Right Direction With Their Next Effort, 1983's In Heat. While The Hard Rock Production Of Strictly Personal Was Pure Overkill, In Heat Was The Band's Leanest Effort To Date, And Though Producer Pete Solly Doesn't Reprise The Neo-Shel Talmy Sound He Brought To Their Debut, He Puts The Focus Here On The Group's Strengths -- Straightforward Pop/Rock Tunes With A Big Beat, Big Hooks, Sharp Harmonies And Plenty Of Energy. It Also Helped That Mike Skill Returned To The Band For This LP As Bassist, Bringing A Knack For A Good Tune With Him, And Coz Canler Learned To Rein In His Guitar Style, Giving The Performances On This Disc A Tighter And More Compact Sound That Fits The Material Just Right. The Band Nodded To Their Musical Roots With A Pair Of Pair Of Appropriate Covers, "Open Up Your Door" (A Big Hit In Michigan In Its Original Version From Richard & The Young Lions And "Shake A Tail Feather" (A Rocked-Up Version Of Andre Williams' R&B Perennial), And While The Album's Two Big Hits, "Talking In Your Sleep" And "One In A Million," Are A Far Cry From "What I Like About You," They're Clever And Memorably Hooky, And After Strictly Personal They Were A Breath Of Fresh Air. In Heat Was The Romantics' Most Commercially Successful Album, And While It Certainly Isn't Their Best, It's An Entertaining Showcase Of What These Guys Did Well.” – Mark Deming, AMG... more details
 
Romantics - Rhythm Romance Rhythm Romance
Pop Used - LP 28AP 3080 Nemperor
Beautiful 1985 Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Romantics - Rhythm Romance Rhythm Romance
Pop New - LP FZ 40106 Nemperor
Sealed 1985 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Romantics - In Heat In Heat
Pop Used - LP FZ 38880 Nemperor
1983 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink And Custom Inner Sleeve. “After The Creative And Commercial Misfire Of Their Third Album, Strictly Personal, Detroit's The Romantics Took A Step In The Right Direction With Their Next Effort, 1983's In Heat. While The Hard Rock Production Of Strictly Personal Was Pure Overkill, In Heat Was The Band's Leanest Effort To Date, And Though Producer Pete Solly Doesn't Reprise The Neo-Shel Talmy Sound He Brought To Their Debut, He Puts The Focus Here On The Group's Strengths -- Straightforward Pop/Rock Tunes With A Big Beat, Big Hooks, Sharp Harmonies And Plenty Of Energy. It Also Helped That Mike Skill Returned To The Band For This LP As Bassist, Bringing A Knack For A Good Tune With Him, And Coz Canler Learned To Rein In His Guitar Style, Giving The Performances On This Disc A Tighter And More Compact Sound That Fits The Material Just Right. The Band Nodded To Their Musical Roots With A Pair Of Pair Of Appropriate Covers, "Open Up Your Door" (A Big Hit In Michigan In Its Original Version From Richard & The Young Lions And "Shake A Tail Feather" (A Rocked-Up Version Of Andre Williams' R&B Perennial), And While The Album's Two Big Hits, "Talking In Your Sleep" And "One In A Million," Are A Far Cry From "What I Like About You," They're Clever And Memorably Hooky, And After Strictly Personal They Were A Breath Of Fresh Air. In Heat Was The Romantics' Most Commercially Successful Album, And While It Certainly Isn't Their Best, It's An Entertaining Showcase Of What These Guys Did Well.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 

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