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1 review » In 1996 Mr Philip Leigh started Norman Records by placing ads in Record Collector and Maximum Rock and Roll. Buying and selling Lydia Lunch 7"'s, flogging skuzzy old Butthole Sufers records via mail order, sending out lists of records for sale out to people in far flung countries way before the dawn of the internet. All of us here feel that 13 years of hard work and a total love for music and st ... »

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  • 2714133 / Ltd 'Sara' 7" pic disc on Fascination

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  • 2714135
  • 2714135 / Ltd 'Keren' 7" pic disc on Fascination

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Love Comes by Bananarama
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 03 September 2009
In 1996 Mr Philip Leigh started Norman Records by placing ads in Record Collector and Maximum Rock and Roll. Buying and selling Lydia Lunch 7"'s, flogging skuzzy old Butthole Sufers records via mail order, sending out lists of records for sale out to people in far flung countries way before the dawn of the internet. All of us here feel that 13 years of hard work and a total love for music and staying true to our underground roots has paid off on this momentous day. Phils dreams have now been realised. We have for sale the new Bananarama single. Its called 'Love Comes' and it appears on two lovely 7" picture discs. One features the delectable Keren and the other the luscious Sara. The 'girls' must be way into their 40's now but if its ok for Magazine to reform then why not Bananarama? The general consensus on the music is that its not quite up with 'Cruel Summer' and is certainly hankering after the sound Girls Aloud have honed to perfection over their last couple of records. We expect this one to fly out so its one per person. On Static Caravan.

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