Saturday, June 19, 2010

My Single collection

I have been attempting to somehow manage my record collection a bit better by entering my main single collection onto an Excel spread. There are 2 main tabs, the main one with Glam, Bubblegum, Powerpop and a few Punk singles and the one I am currently updating with the Garage Punk and Girl Group singles.
Please note these are not spare singles that I am selling or trading, but you are welcome to have a perusal. Please let me know if there are any glaring omissions on the Glam/Bubblegum section which I must own!
Also if there are any particular reviews you would like to see based on the spreadsheet, I will consider these requests, but I have to be in the right mood!
The link to download the spreadsheet is at the top of my links.
But you can also access it through the link above


Not sure why I have 15 Reparata (with/or without Delrons)...

I used to buy records, then I started to collect them, now I just accumulate...

Have fun!

5 comments:

bristolboy said...

wish I'd started me list on excell (but it's on word (so that's the way it's staying - too big a job to move over)
I'm looking forward to sitting down & looking for things I want (need) to get my hands on!
one thing I did notice on quick perusal - The James boys keep moving/sally don’t you run on penny farthing doesn't seem to be there (only jumped out cuz I was listening to it last night & it's still on the turntable!)

finton said...

Great lists. Let's be honest, you can never have too much Reparata! I see you've got a few Hustler singles, but not Get Outta My House, which is one of my favourites of the period. If I could face going up to the attic, I'd make you an MP3, but a couple of people have posted it on YouTube, where I learn they actually made an album. Maybe you have it anyway...

Purepop said...

Hi Finton
Thanks for pointing this out. I actually have both Hustler LPs. I bought them at the time,the first one has Get Out of Me House, which was my favourite from that album. True, I must remember to pick it up as a single...

Anonymous said...

Some great stuff there, including plenty from Australia. You've got quite a bit of Hush. They were the first band I ever saw live! But you really should have Band Of Light's Destiny Song. It's a great stomping romp.
Steve

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWUG3kXVTRI

Purepop said...

Steve thanks for the tip...good one. If you ever see Holy Smoke by Twister (RCA) please let me know
Thanks
Robin