Sunday Flea Market 7″ Vinyl Record Haul (1970s/80s)

Carl Douglas Dance The Kung-Fu 1974

Greetings vintage mates. It’s the first time this year our local monthly flea market has been open during the various lockdown and curfew stages here. This morning I was very pleased to pick up eight French pressings of vinyl singles released between the mid 1970s to mid 1980s – for less than the price of a cup of fresh espresso and a croissant!

The discs are all minty mint, and the picture sleeves are in decent condition. A winning morning I reckon 😎

The Police Walking On The Moon 1979
Buggles Video Killed The Radio Star 1979
Supertramp Goodbye Stranger 1979
Dalida J’attendrai 1976
Scorpions Still Loving You 1984
Nena 99 Luftballons 1983
Spandau Ballet True 1983

The lady at the stall who sold me these gave me a free book: Create Your Shoujo Comic On The Computer, 2003. I’m always trying to improve my drawing skills, so this will help even I don’t have a disc drive laptop anymore… the book itself still has practical guides and ideas.

As always, thanks for looking πŸ™‚

23 thoughts on “Sunday Flea Market 7″ Vinyl Record Haul (1970s/80s)

  1. Hi TVTA, aah! You spin me right round! Yes I had Buggles’ “Video killed the Radio Star” in that exact sleeve. I also had a nice copy of Middle of the Road’s “Chirpy Chirpy, Cheep Cheep” on red vinyl…sadly again it was lost (or thrown out by my parents – not sure). I just love the crackle and hiss of vinyl, it just makes the recordings feel “warmer” and more human rather than the sterile factory produced “hits” nowadays. Great haul and happy listening!

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