Knack

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Knack - Art War Art War
Pop Used - 12 SPRO 9712 Capitol
1981 3 Track White Label Promo 12 Inch.... more details
 
Knack - Round Trip Round Trip
Pop Used - LP ST 12168 Capitol
1981 Original With Insert In Shrink Wrap, Clean COH. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Knack - But The Little Girls Understand But The Little Girls Understand
Pop New - LP SOO 12045 Capitol
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve, Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Knack - Get The Knack Get The Knack
Pop Used - LP SO 11948 Capitol
Beautiful 1979 Rainbow Label Original, Custom Inner Sleeve. Looks Unplayed. 5 Stars In All Music Guide. Clean COH (Not Shown).... more details
 
Knack - Get The Knack Get The Knack
Pop New - LP SO 11948 Capitol
Sealed 1979 Original. Cut Out Hole. 5 Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Knack - But The Little Girls Understand But The Little Girls Understand
Pop New - LP S00 12045 Razor & Tie
Sealed 1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Knack - Round Trip Round Trip
Pop New - LP ST 12168 Capitol
Sealed 1981 Embossed Jacket Original With Custom Sticker On Shrink. Clean COH. “It Must Suck To Be The Knack. First Off, There Was The Huge Unexpected Success Of Their Debut Album, Get The Knack, Followed Almost Immediately By The Equally Unexpected Career-Damaging "Knuke The Knack" Underground Campaign. If That Wasn't Bad Enough, Their Superior Sophomore Release, ...But The Little Girls Understand, Was Universally And Unfairly Dismissed As An Inferior Rehash Of The Debut. After Such A Tumultuous Two-Year Roller Coaster Ride, The Boys In The Knack Took A Well-Deserved Breather. When Their Third Album, Round Trip, Emerged In 1981, Doug Fieger And The Boys In The Knack Had Matured Ten-Fold And Had Created Their Best Album To Date. Produced By Jack Douglas, Round Trip Had More Musical Layers Than Any Knack Album Before (Or Since). "Just Wait And See," "Radiating Love," "Boys Go Crazy," And "She Likes The Beat" Were Instant Knack Classics, But With More Skin And Bone. "Lil' Cal's Big Mistake" Could've Been An Unreleased Blood, Sweat & Tears Track. "Africa" Was Weather Report On Pop-Flavored Steroids. "We Are Waiting" And "Sweet Dreams" Sound Like Outtakes From The Last John Lennon Sessions (Douglas Produced Double Fantasy). Two Of The Knack's Best Tracks Are Here, And Both Are Worth The Price Of Admission Alone. "Pay The Devil (Ooo, Baby, Ooo)" Is A Beautifully Haunting Ballad While "Another Lousy Day In Paradise" Is The Knack's Entire Musical Essence Squeezed Into One Three-Minute Pop Song. Brilliant. A Few Weeks After This Brilliant Album Was Released (To Poor Reviews, It Should Be Said), The Knack Split Up. While They Were At Their Creative High, They Were At Their Commercial And Critical Low. Again, It Must Suck To Be The Knack.” - Steve "Spaz" Schnee, All Music Guide... more details
 
Knack - Round Trip Round Trip
Pop New - LP ST 12168 Capitol
Sealed 1981 Embossed Jacket Original With Custom Sticker On Shrink. Light Corner Crease. “It Must Suck To Be The Knack. First Off, There Was The Huge Unexpected Success Of Their Debut Album, Get The Knack, Followed Almost Immediately By The Equally Unexpected Career-Damaging "Knuke The Knack" Underground Campaign. If That Wasn't Bad Enough, Their Superior Sophomore Release, ...But The Little Girls Understand, Was Universally And Unfairly Dismissed As An Inferior Rehash Of The Debut. After Such A Tumultuous Two-Year Roller Coaster Ride, The Boys In The Knack Took A Well-Deserved Breather. When Their Third Album, Round Trip, Emerged In 1981, Doug Fieger And The Boys In The Knack Had Matured Ten-Fold And Had Created Their Best Album To Date. Produced By Jack Douglas, Round Trip Had More Musical Layers Than Any Knack Album Before (Or Since). "Just Wait And See," "Radiating Love," "Boys Go Crazy," And "She Likes The Beat" Were Instant Knack Classics, But With More Skin And Bone. "Lil' Cal's Big Mistake" Could've Been An Unreleased Blood, Sweat & Tears Track. "Africa" Was Weather Report On Pop-Flavored Steroids. "We Are Waiting" And "Sweet Dreams" Sound Like Outtakes From The Last John Lennon Sessions (Douglas Produced Double Fantasy). Two Of The Knack's Best Tracks Are Here, And Both Are Worth The Price Of Admission Alone. "Pay The Devil (Ooo, Baby, Ooo)" Is A Beautifully Haunting Ballad While "Another Lousy Day In Paradise" Is The Knack's Entire Musical Essence Squeezed Into One Three-Minute Pop Song. Brilliant. A Few Weeks After This Brilliant Album Was Released (To Poor Reviews, It Should Be Said), The Knack Split Up. While They Were At Their Creative High, They Were At Their Commercial And Critical Low. Again, It Must Suck To Be The Knack.” - Steve "Spaz" Schnee, All Music Guide... more details
 
Knack - Get The Knack Get The Knack
Pop New - LP SO 11948 Capitol
Sealed 1979 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. Despite The Oversaturation At The Time, This Is A Great Pop Record. R.I.P. Doug Fieger.... more details
 
Knack - Get The Knack Get The Knack
Pop Used - LP ECS 81250 Capitol
Mint 1979 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Despite The Over Saturation At The Time, This Is A Great Pop Record. R.I.P. Doug Fieger.... more details
 

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