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The strange, amazing and scary world of forgotten thrift store albums

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  • The strange, amazing and scary world of forgotten thrift store albums

    So i love to scavenge at the local thrift stores for albums. One caught my eye:



    particularly, the track in the lower right. The Addams Family theme? This i had to experience. Bizarre beyond words.

    http://www.nametagmuseum.com/welkaddams.mp3

    I dare you to listen, and not snap your fingers along with the music.

    )

    And then there was this:



    http://www.nametagmuseum.com/baio.mp3

    I want Charles in charge of me.

    :shy:

    And then there was the album titled "Franco and His Vagabondi". Imagine, if you will, a group of Greek lounge lizards, performing for their supper aboard an Italian cruise liner in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Bare hairy chests, with gold-tone medallions the size of hubcaps glinting in the show lights. The raging polyester. The only thing more dangerous than this music is their butterfly collars.

    http://www.nametagmuseum.com/vagabondi.mp3
    Last edited by Sosai X; 07-05-2007, 12:02 AM.


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    Re: The strange, amazing and scary world of forgotten thrift store albums

    Those are hilarious!! Scott Baio really can't sing!

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