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Best EP Ever?

Discussion in 'music' started by droodzilla, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Waiting for the streetcar..

    8/10 for the music

    -11/10 for the SQ
     
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  2. Martyn Miles

    Martyn Miles pfm Member

    The only EP I own is this Shadows one.
    I spotted it in the loft the other day.
    Wonder if it’s worth anything...
     
  3. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Waiting for the streetcar..

  4. julifriend

    julifriend pfm Member

    I have a couple of Beatles EP, Twist And Shout and No 1. I also have twin 7” version of MMT.

    As for Tony’s comment, I, personally, could happily spend the rest of my life only listening to the output from the Beatles. It might actually be a good challenge for October. Nothing but Beatles month. Hmm.

    I also have a couple of 10” discs. One by The Kinks (Shape Of Things To Come) which has 8 tracks and is almost a greatest hits disc as all tracks were hits and one by Rickie Lee Jones (Girl At Her Volcano) which has 7 tracks. The latter is a Quiex II pressing.
     
  5. Elephantears

    Elephantears Trunkated Aesthete

    Of course, how could it slip my mind? It's perfect, and I love the raw pre-Hannet sound.

    The other absolute classic EP for me is The Cramps, 'Smell of Female'. I realise it's a borderline mini-album, being 6 tracks, but it is 45RPM, so that makes it officially an EP.
     
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  6. glancaster

    glancaster In the silicon vale

    ^^^ This is exactly why you don't like the Beatles. It's that simple, and no more explanation is necessary or particularly relevant.

    For those who do like them, I have heard there is about to be a new Beatles release. It's something that John was working on before he died. Ringo and Paul have finally recorded it, and it will be out soon.

    It probably won't be a classic. 'Free as a bird' wasn't. But I certainly want to listen to it.
     
  7. Seanm

    Seanm pfm Member

    Good shout, as is @Elephantears’ MBV.
     
  8. Seanm

    Seanm pfm Member

    Their finest moment.
     
  9. blossomchris

    blossomchris I feel better than James Brown

    I have checked my discogs collection and I have 13 or so EP's. Love 'em

    Bloss
     
  10. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    For sheer raw mentalness I’d put Gravest Hits ahead of it. I saw them live shortly after that and they really were crazy good!
     
  11. Colonel_Mad

    Colonel_Mad pfm Member

  12. irons1965

    irons1965 pfm Member

    Young Marble Giants - Testcard EP
     
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  13. BLACKMASS

    BLACKMASS pfm Member

    Cocteau Twins Aikea Guinea

    Aikea-Guinea
    Kookaburra
    Quisquose
    Rococo

    My introduction to the Cocteau’s was seeing the video for Aikea Guinea on a Saturday morning TV show hosted by Gary Crowley. My life was never the same after that.

     
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  14. James Evans

    James Evans Bedroom Bodger

    Sisters of Mercy - Reptile House

    springs to mind.
     
  15. Sich

    Sich pfm Member

    May have been mentioned but:
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    For me far better than the LP it came from.
     
  16. aedagnino

    aedagnino pfm Member

    Had forgotten about it! It's sooo beautiful, a case can be made about it being the best thing they did.
     
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  17. Jono_13

    Jono_13 Duffer

    Got it, love it...
     
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  18. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    1974 when Tom Moulton couldn't find any 7" blanks for a test pressing of an Al Downing track. His Engineer spread the track over one side of a 12 and they listened to it open-mouthed.
    "It was an accident you know," laughs Moulton. "I'm not trying to compare this to the polio vaccine, but didn't Luis Pasteur do the same thing when he left something in a petri dish over the weekend? So I kind of get embarrassed when people say, 'oh you invented the 12". No I didn't invent it, they just ran out of 7" blanks."

    Studio opened in 77 which was a bit later but I'm nit-picking.
     
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  19. LostAtSea

    LostAtSea "33 222 1 222"

    to the OP, do Peel sessions count? if Yes then 'That Petrol Emotion''s sesh' gets a fair few listens around these parts.
     
  20. farfromthesun

    farfromthesun pfm Member

    Cascade was better. :D
     

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