The Pink Label, 1987. PINKY 15
“One Of The Dads” asked for some McCarthy recently. I’m pretty sure I don’t have anything other than this rather fine Pink compilation, but they were a great label with a strong identity, so I hope he enjoys it.
That Petrol Emotion have appeared here before and will do again in future; Keen was their first single. Rumblefish were quite a favourite back in the day – I’m an absolute sucker for an earnest pop song with a trumpet part, but they have a retrospective out, so I can’t post anything other than this. There’ll be more from the June Brides at some point too. Of all the tracks here it’s The Wolfhounds’ Anti-Midas Touch which is most familiar, which is odd as I have nothing by them other than this. I guess Peel must have played it a lot.
I’ve done a spot of re-uploading in the last few days. Anything with 4shared, zshare or slingfile links will work. A few ultramegabit links still work too. If you’ve missed anything, it could well be up again. Let me know if there’s anything I’ve missed.
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