Saints

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I'm Stranded
Pop Used - LP SHSP 4065 EMI
1977 UK Original. ... more details
 
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Eternally Yours
Pop Used - LP SRK 6055 Sire
1978 Original. ... more details
 
Saints - I'm Stranded I'm Stranded
Pop Used - LP SR 6039 Sire
1977 Original In Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Saints - Eternally Yours Eternally Yours
Pop Used - LP SRK 6055 Sire
1978 Original, Gold Promo Stamp On Cover, Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Saints - All Fools Day All Fools Day
Pop New - LP 2111 TVT
Sealed 1987 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. "Call This The Second Coming Of The Saints, But The Only Thing This Record Has In Common With Previous Saints Recordings Is Chris Bailey. Still, It's A Sharp, Tuneful, And (Ahem) Mature Work That Shows Bailey's Increasing Confidence As A Singer And Songwriter. One Listen To Songs As Grabbing As "Celtic Ballad" Or The Great "Just Like Fire Would" (Which Is Kind Of A Neat Pun) Will Convince You That Despite The Differences, The New Saints Were A Good Band For Completely Different Reasons Than The Old Saints." John Dougan, AMG.... more details
 
Saints - I'm Stranded I'm Stranded
Punk New - LP SR 6039 Sire
Factory Sealed 1977 Original. Their 5 Star Debut Album.... more details
 
Saints - Prehistoric Sounds Prehistoric Sounds
Pop Used - LP SHSP 4094 Harvest
Beautiful 1978 Original. CC. Jacket VG+, Vinyl NM. “With Prehistoric Sounds (The Last Record Of The Band's Original Lineup), The Saints Provide The Textbook By Which To Make A Great Rock Record Where Horns Play As Much Of A Role As Guitar. Further Extracting Themselves From The Limitations Of Punk, The Band Retains The Attitude And Turns It Into A Smart, Bluesy, Gutsy Combination Of Controlled Power. There's More Dip In The Hip And Additional Swagger. The Days Of "(I'm) Stranded" Might Have Been Long Gone, But The Varied Tempos And Sophisticated Songwriting Don't Sacrifice The Band's Intensity At All. The Horns Are The Real Treat, A Central Element To The Record's Solidity. They Don't Make The Saints Sound Like Chicago, And They Don't Make Them Sound Like A Faux '70s Soul Band — They Don't Make Them Sound Like The Doors Of "Touch Me" Or The Bowie Of Young Americans, Either. Whether Used For The Basis Or Just Punctuation Of Each Song, The Tasteful Use Of Saxophones Is A Genuine Masterstroke. The Dynamic "Brisbane (Security City)" — Which Is Like An Update Of The Stooges' "1969" And "1970" In Terms Of Subject Matter — Is The High Point. After Two Minutes Of Chris Bailey's Iggy-Like Lament On His Hometown, The Medium Tempo Shifts Into High Gear, Thanks To Rhythmic Overdrive, Charged Guitars, And (Of Course) The Ubiquitous Horns. Other Bright Spots Include "Every Day's A Holiday, Every Night's A Party" And An Energetic Cover Of Otis Redding's "Security," Where Bailey Sounds So Much Like A Young Van Morrison That It's Scary.” – Andy Kellman, All Music Guide... more details
 
Saints - All Fools Day All Fools Day
Pop Used - LP L38522 Mushroom
Beautiful 1986 Australian Gatefold Cover Original. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Saints - Scarce Saints Scarce Saints
Pop Used - LP RVLP 40 Raven
Beautiful 1989 Australian Compilation Of Songs From 1977-1981. Side One Contains Studio Recordings, While Side 2 Compiles Live Tracks. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Saints - A Little Madness To Be Free A Little Madness To Be Free
Pop Used - LP ROSE 38 New Rose
Beautiful 1984 French Original. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Saints - Prodigal Son Prodigal Son
Pop Used - LP 38890 Mushroom
Beautiful 1988 Australian Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy.... more details
 
Saints - Prehistoric Sounds Prehistoric Sounds
Pop Used - LP FC 036 Fan Club
1978 French Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “With Prehistoric Sounds (The Last Record Of The Band's Original Lineup), The Saints Provide The Textbook By Which To Make A Great Rock Record Where Horns Play As Much Of A Role As Guitar. Further Extracting Themselves From The Limitations Of Punk, The Band Retains The Attitude And Turns It Into A Smart, Bluesy, Gutsy Combination Of Controlled Power. There's More Dip In The Hip And Additional Swagger. The Days Of "(I'm) Stranded" Might Have Been Long Gone, But The Varied Tempos And Sophisticated Songwriting Don't Sacrifice The Band's Intensity At All. The Horns Are The Real Treat, A Central Element To The Record's Solidity. They Don't Make The Saints Sound Like Chicago, And They Don't Make Them Sound Like A Faux '70s Soul Band — They Don't Make Them Sound Like The Doors Of "Touch Me" Or The Bowie Of Young Americans, Either. Whether Used For The Basis Or Just Punctuation Of Each Song, The Tasteful Use Of Saxophones Is A Genuine Masterstroke. The Dynamic "Brisbane (Security City)" — Which Is Like An Update Of The Stooges' "1969" And "1970" In Terms Of Subject Matter — Is The High Point. After Two Minutes Of Chris Bailey's Iggy-Like Lament On His Hometown, The Medium Tempo Shifts Into High Gear, Thanks To Rhythmic Overdrive, Charged Guitars, And (Of Course) The Ubiquitous Horns. Other Bright Spots Include "Every Day's A Holiday, Every Night's A Party" And An Energetic Cover Of Otis Redding's "Security," Where Bailey Sounds So Much Like A Young Van Morrison That It's Scary.” – Andy Kellman, All Music Guide... more details
 
Saints - Eternally Yours Eternally Yours
Pop Used - LP FC 035 Fan Club
1978 French Pressing. The Saints Evolved Past The Standard 4/4 Punk Template Adding Elements Of Soul And R&B While Expanding Their Pop Melodies. Vinyl Appears Glossy.... more details
 
Saints - Monkey Puzzle Monkey Puzzle
Pop Used - LP YPRX 1806 EMI
Beautiful 1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Their First Album After Ed Kuepper Departed. This Australian Issue Also Includes The Track "In The Mirror," Which Was Left Off International Versions.... more details
 
Saints - Prodigal Son Prodigal Son
Pop New - LP 2121 TVT
Sealed 1988 Original.... more details
 
Saints - Eternally Yours Eternally Yours
Pop New - LP SRK 6055 Sire
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut. Shrink Wrap On Bottom Seam Has Separated With Slight Rubbing, Hence Price. “While The Into-The-Wind Blare Of The Title Cut Was What People Remembered Best, The Saints' First Album, (I'm) Stranded, Had A Lot More Musical Variety Than It Was Generally Given Credit For In 1977, And The Band Stayed Much Farther From The Standard Punk Template (Which Had Solidified With Remarkable Speed In The Wake Of The Sex Pistols) On Their Second LP, Eternally Yours. For Their Sophomore Outing, The Saints Threw Actual Tempo Changes, Horn Charts, Keyboards, And R&B Accents Into The Mix, Which Didn't Endear Them To Punk Purists, Who Predictably Didn't Recognize That These Changes Had Only Strengthened The Band's Sound. Anyone Looking For Blazing 4/4 Punk Will Find It In "Lost And Found" And "Private Affair," But The Horn-Fueled "Know Your Product" And "Orstralia" Proved That Punk Could Also Sound Soulful (Rocket From The Crypt Owe Their Entire Career To These Cuts); The Moody "A Minor Aversion," "Untitled," And "Memories Are Made Of This" Proved The Saints Could Slow It Down And Still Sound Tough And Impassioned; And "This Perfect Day" Is Quite Possibly The Greatest Song This Band Would Ever Record -- Chris Bailey's Sneer Of "It's So Funny I Can't Laugh" Is Alone Worth The Price Of Admission. While Eternally Yours Is A Bit Less Consistent Than (I'm) Stranded, The Material Is First-Rate, The Band Sounds Better Than Ever, And The Approach Suggests The Pop-Smart Eclecticism Of The Band's Mid-'80s Period Fused With The Muscle And Ferocity Of Their Debut. Maybe Eternally Yours Didn't Sound Like A Standard-Issue Punk Album In 1978, But It's Stood The Test Of Time Much Better Than Most Of The Work Of Punk's First Graduating Class.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 

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