Object #43 assorted cassette singles from the 90s


Most of my music as a teenager consisted of singles, both on cassette & vinyl. I quite miss listening to singles and being proud of knowing obscure B sides. The bands with the best B sides were easily Oasis & Suede: most of their B sides are far better than the rest of their output.

I used to buy a lot of singles from the bargain bucket at HMV in Southend for 50p – normally a couple of weeks after they were released. There are some quite obscure ones in here. Anyone remember the band Kinky Machine?!!

If you can’t tell from the picture, this is what is there:

The Boo Radleys – Find the Answer Within

Pulp – Something Changed

Pulp – Mis-shapes

Oasis – Whatever

Levellers – This Garden

Shed Seven – Speakeasy

Hothouse Flowers – An Emotional Time

REM – Man on the Moon

Kinky Machine – Cut it Down

The Posies – Dream all Day

Mike Oldfield – Sentinel

Manic Street Preachers – Faster

Stiltskin – Inside (of Levi advert fame)

Rotterdam Termination Source – Poing

Apache Indian – Nuff Vibes EP

The Auteurs – Lenny Valentino

Richard Marx – Hazard

The Verve – History

Spin Doctors – Jimmy Olsen Blues

Echobelly – I can’t imagine the world without me

These Animal Men – These are the sounds of youth

Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (a number one because of Wayne’s World)

Primal Scream – Rocks/Funky Jam


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