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Two Action Packed hours of Junkshop Glam and Bubblegum 45s, w your hosts, Velvet Tinmine & Kitten Sparkles’ Glitterbox DJs Don Bolles (AKA Kitten Sparkles) & Noah “King of Glam” Wallace! Prepare to stomp, Shout, and jump around to the groovy sounds of “The 70s We Never Got to Have” here in the USA. High energy super catchy songs, - and almost none of it ever made it to America! Crank it up and yell “Hey!” w all the groovy glitter kids and Bubble Gum Disciples! Also Teen Wave, Bonehead,Ye Ye, and lots of other Glam-adjacent pop styles! Guests! Fun! And all on 7” / 45RPM!

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Tears  Ooh Lah   Favoriting Gazell  1974  7"  Sweden 
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Mabel  Hey! I Love You   Favoriting Polydor  1976  7"  Denmark 
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Les Variations  Silver Girl   Favoriting EMI  1973  7"  France 
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Jon Symon  Silver Star pt.1   Favoriting BASF  1975  7"  Germany 
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Fran O'Toole  Clap Your Hands and Stamp Your Feet   Favoriting Emerald  1974  7"  UK 
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Bearded Lady  Rock Star   Favoriting Bellaphon  1975  7"  UK (German PS) 
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The Teens  Cool Girl   Favoriting Ariola  1980  7"  Germany (Spanish PS) 
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ABBA  Waterloo   Favoriting     7"   
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Giggles  High School Girls   Favoriting EMI  1975  7"  UK 
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Candy  Orang-Utang   Favoriting     7"  Belgium 
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Tears  Rocky-T   Favoriting Gazell  1975  Vinyl  Sweden 
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Buster  Motor Machine   Favoriting Bradleys Records  1973  7"  UK 
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Third World War  Working Class Man   Favoriting Polydor  1971  7"  German PS 
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Crazy Elephant  Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'   Favoriting   1969  7"  US 
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Jackie Lee  Space Age Lullaby   Favoriting ICI Pharmaceuticals Division  1972  7"  UK 
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Wellington  Catch Us If You Can   Favoriting Concord  1974  7"  UK 
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Lemming  I Feel Free   Favoriting Polydor  1973  7"  Netherlands 
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Dani  Le Chpoum   Favoriting     7"  France 
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Noel Soto  Hello Hello   Favoriting Polydor  1975  7"  Spain 
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The Yummies  Patty Cake   Favoriting Sunflower  1970  7"  US 
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Tears  The Ballot Band   Favoriting Gazell  1974  Vinyl  Sweden 
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Bubbles  Zap N' Cat   Favoriting Decca  1975  7"  UK 
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Hollywood Heros  Caught In The Act   Favoriting Negram  197?  7"  Netherlands 
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Tracey Dean  Moonshiner   Favoriting Decca  1974  7"  German PS 
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J.C. Livingstone  Mama Was A Steamroller Lady   Favoriting Penny Farthing / Bellaphon  1973  7"  German PS 
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ABBA  Watch Out   Favoriting     7"   
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Geoff Appleby  Live Wire   Favoriting Virgin  1976  7"  UK 
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Walkers  Strip Tease   Favoriting Philips  1974  7"  Denmark 
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Tears  Raise My Mountain   Favoriting        
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Buzz  The Rock Roller Coaster   Favoriting Pinball Records  1977  7"  German PS 
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Dillinger  Give It To Me Babe   Favoriting Penny Farthing  1974  7"  German PS 
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The Sweet  Fox On The Run   Favoriting        
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Angel  Good Time Fanny   Favoriting        
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City Rousers  Do It   Favoriting CNR  1983  7"  Netherlands 
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The Killer  Say Goodbye   Favoriting Negram  1975  7"  Netherlands 
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Listener comments!

Avatar 4:19pm
Naughty No No:

Gonna be a banging set today! Brought my TEARS records and a bunch more 45ers! Time to ROCK =)
Avatar 3:01pm
Andrew Hollywood:

I trust you, Triple N.
Avatar 3:02pm
Debbie Davenport:

Hi Don and Noah!!!! Hi chatroom friends!
Avatar 3:02pm
Naughty No No:

Hi Gang !!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:05pm
Mr Fab:

Hey there cats n kitties! Yes, there was indeed a glam stomper on the first ABBA album. The song title escapes me, but it’s one of the few things they did were the fellas sing, not the gals.
  3:05pm
Milkies:

GLAMBA
Avatar 3:06pm
Naughty No No:

Waterloo is Glam AF =)
Avatar 3:11pm
Debbie Davenport:

Looking forward to that Tears documentary. I like the youtube videos that have slide show images of them.
  3:12pm
Robert Dayton:

This is fun!
Avatar 3:12pm
Naughty No No:

Hi Robert !!!
Avatar 3:15pm
Andrew Hollywood:

Is Hey, Hey Helen or Watch Out the ABBA you’re thinking of?
Avatar 3:16pm
Andrew Hollywood:

Oh, if it’s one that the guys sing, you might be thinking of Watch Out. It’s a wild one.
Avatar 3:17pm
Naughty No No:

Andrew also KING KONG SONG !! And Bang A Boomerang ect ect
Avatar 3:17pm
Debbie Davenport:

I love Fran's voice. This sounds great!
Avatar 3:18pm
Andrew Hollywood:

Absolutely to all abba
  3:18pm
Cheree July:

Whoa! Somebody covered Bonnie St. Claire and Unit Gloria's most famous song?
Avatar 3:20pm
HyperDose:

Off to a great start Don & Noah!
Avatar 3:20pm
Naughty No No:

Cheree! A LOT of people did back in the day =() was a massive Euro HIT
  3:24pm
Cheree July:

Nice! Bonnie St. Claire is the Queen of Junkshop Glam👸👑
Avatar 3:25pm
Andrew Hollywood:

I humbly request the b-side to Waterloo!
Avatar 3:25pm
Naughty No No:

She is the QUEEN !!! lol
Avatar 3:28pm
Naughty No No:

OK Andrew but a little later on =)
  3:29pm
Robert Dayton:

Did Giggles ever play with Shits?
Avatar 3:30pm
Naughty No No:

har dee har har lol hahahaha
  3:30pm
Cheree July:

God, when I used to live in PA, I used to go to record fairs there & ask if they had any Bonnie St. Claire & Unit Gloria records, none of the dealers knew who I was talking about in the 2000s. At least you guys know👍
Avatar 3:32pm
Debbie Davenport:

Cool picture sleeve for Candy!!
  3:33pm
Robert Dayton:

wow, that Candy song is perfect!!!
  3:35pm
Cheree July:

Noah, people could probably see the Tears doc if they use a VPN
Avatar 3:37pm
Mister Shambolic:

Evening/afternoon all !! Bit late, sorry (cricket).
  3:37pm
Robert Dayton:

like show bands?
schlager bands?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:38pm
Mr Fab:

I was gonna say, sounds like the Irish version of schlager.
  3:39pm
Cheree July:

Warch Out by ABBA is Glam
  3:39pm
Robert Dayton:

Ah ok. There were show bands in Canada. Were there no show bands in the USA?
Avatar 3:41pm
Andrew Hollywood:

Preach it cheree
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Naughty No No:

Not in the USA no
  3:42pm
Robert Dayton:

Wow, I had no idea! This definitely adds a wrinkle to my research. I know some of the Canadian show bands were influenced by Sha Na Na and such, there was that kind of intersection.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:45pm
Mr Fab:

the American equivalent were the lounge acts, but they didn’t have th matching loud outifts, and were more jazzy then oom-pah. Not too similar on the surface, but i think that they kind of occupied the same place in the entertainment biosphere.
  3:47pm
Robert Dayton:

Many of the Canadian showbands played Holiday Inn lounges and such and often did have the outfits. The Carlton Showband is a Canadian act that hewed close to the Irish formula
  3:48pm
Cheree July:

This record sounds like the Junkshop Glam version of the Music Machine.
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Naughty No No:

Man Glam
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Debbie Davenport:

Yay! Crazy Elephant!
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Debbie Davenport:

Is this that baby glam rock record you mentioned on facebook Noah?
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Naughty No No:

Bingo Debbie
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Debbie Davenport:

haha! It's great.
  3:55pm
Cheree July:

Kitten could play this on the Fantastic World of Kitten Sparkles
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Debbie Davenport:

totally
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Naughty No No:

Yeah he could =) I'm sure he'll get a copy now lol
  3:56pm
Robert Dayton:

ICI Pharmaceuticals Division?
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Naughty No No:

I'll explain better in the break =)
  3:59pm
Robert Dayton:

thanks for this info Mr Fab and Noah, I had been writing about Canadian showbands but had no idea showbands were unknown in the USA, I have added a bit of clarifying info (I am literally writing my Canadian Glam book while listening to this).
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Naughty No No:

In Scandinavia they are called Dans Bands
  4:00pm
Cheree July:

Lemming, one of the best dressed Junkshop Glam bands ever.
  4:01pm
Robert Dayton:

Oh! wow!
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Naughty No No:

Lemming looked perfect =)
  4:05pm
Cheree July:

Dani looks like Marieta from La Drones!
Avatar 4:10pm
Creature Boy:

"This"
Avatar 4:11pm
Debbie Davenport:

haha
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:11pm
Mr Fab:

Third World War = biker-glam?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:11pm
Otis:

Hey Hey Wired Uppers! No downers here! Happy Saturday all around!
  4:12pm
Cheree July:

It's Crazy Elephant's appreciation of the VU
Avatar 4:19pm
Debbie Davenport:

that would be fun to hear Lemming interviewed. I don't know much about them. Except I like them and what is being said here. Great visual presentation.
Avatar 4:19pm
Naughty No No:

Heavy Gum
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Debbie Davenport:

Is this the same Bubbles that did Hazy Hazy? You've probably told us before but I don't remember.
Avatar 4:22pm
Naughty No No:

Yes !! Debbie
Avatar 4:23pm
Debbie Davenport:

Nice! I wanna get that one too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:23pm
Mr Fab:

“Heavy gum” haha, is that like that Japanese girl band BabyMetal?
Avatar 4:26pm
Naughty No No:

hahaha way off base lol
Avatar 4:28pm
Naughty No No:

TUB THUMPING CRUNCHER
Avatar 4:29pm
Naughty No No:

By Request
Avatar 4:30pm
Andrew Hollywood:

<3 this song really has an explosive finish
  4:30pm
Cheree July:

Yeauhhh!🙌
  4:31pm
Milkies:

This is magic
  4:40pm
Cheree July:

Hey! I'm a Burlesque girl!
Avatar 4:52pm
Naughty No No:

Thanks for Glistening =)
  4:52pm
Robert Dayton:

There was a terrible Canadian band also called Dillinger who dressed as gangsters shooting fake guns into the audience, they came out of a Sha Na Na faux 50's style Canadian showband
Avatar 4:53pm
Naughty No No:

Robert , had I known you were listening today I wouldve brought more Canadian stuff but you prolly know it all already =)
  4:55pm
Robert Dayton:

ah, I appreciate that! Oh wait, I have teh Canadian Dillinger (who were proggy and covered Spooky Tooth) mixed up with the Canadian band Shooter! How could I confuse the two? ha ha ha ha
Avatar 4:56pm
Debbie Davenport:

thanks again Don and Noah! We can always count on your excellent programming
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:58pm
Mr Fab:

Super fun, and i learn so much too - thanks for the edu-tainment!
Avatar 5:00pm
Debbie Davenport:

"Edu-tainment". I like that.
Avatar 5:00pm
Naughty No No:

One more song ok??
  5:02pm
Robert Dayton:

Just one???
  5:02pm
Robert Dayton:

That Killer font is one of my faves, so great
Avatar 5:02pm
Naughty No No:

last one!
  5:03pm
Robert Dayton:

will savour
Avatar 5:03pm
Naughty No No:

Say Goodbye !
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