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Posted 01 May 2013 - 10:22 AM

View Postbillybobjoe1881, on 30 April 2013 - 11:27 PM, said:

I'm sure I will.  My record player conked out on the weekend and the store didn't have anymore so I'm SOL for the time being but it'll still look nice on my shelf.
That sucks! Did the motor die?

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Posted 01 May 2013 - 08:36 PM

Yeah, it slowed down to 7RPM.  I'd change the speed to 45 or 77 and it wouldn't speed up.

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 07:54 AM

View Postbillybobjoe1881, on 01 May 2013 - 08:36 PM, said:

Yeah, it slowed down to 7RPM.  I'd change the speed to 45 or 77 and it wouldn't speed up.
7 rpm? Wow! Yup...she's busted.  Sorry to hear about your loss. :(

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 08:14 AM

As I wrote in the very post on this forum, my hope was to engage discussion with other collectors on what vinyl is "out there"; and I have to say, the participation has been fantastic.  Thanks!
I also mentioned, that as time allows, I wanted to share photos of some of the "odds and sods" from my Rush vinyl collection...in hopes to provide a resource for other collectors to help identify what they have in their collections or what's out on the market.  Quite often, I go on eBay or other vinyl market sites and the descriptions of the items for bid/sale are horrible.  I know...buyer beware...but when I'm looking to make a purchase, its comforting to know that the item I'm buying is "real" and does exist.  Sometimes, I just get fascinated with what's out there.  Hopefully, by reading this forum you feel the same way.

So as promised, here are couple more photos of some items that just arrived in the mail.  I was thrilled to get these for two reasons:
1) They are my first Rush Japanese pressings of any sort
2) Afterimage...I don't think that this track was ever released anywhere besides Japan...so its cool to know that this is "it".

Both arrived in absolute MINT condition!

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 09:03 AM

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 07:54 AM, said:

View Postbillybobjoe1881, on 01 May 2013 - 08:36 PM, said:

Yeah, it slowed down to 7RPM.  I'd change the speed to 45 or 77 and it wouldn't speed up.
7 rpm? Wow! Yup...she's busted.  Sorry to hear about your loss. :(

I recently picked up an old turntable at a flea market (20$).  It is obviously well made, very nice housing, and in good shape in that it must have been in a well maintained home (no mildew, corrosion, spider webs, cochroaches etc).  But the turntable mechanism seems to be jammed- not the drive belt but some other aspect of the mechanism (it has all the stop, start, play a stack of records automatically, retract arm on command).

Do people still fix turntables?  Any leads on where to take one to?

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 09:39 AM

View PostAnimate, on 02 May 2013 - 09:03 AM, said:

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 07:54 AM, said:

View Postbillybobjoe1881, on 01 May 2013 - 08:36 PM, said:

Yeah, it slowed down to 7RPM.  I'd change the speed to 45 or 77 and it wouldn't speed up.
7 rpm? Wow! Yup...she's busted.  Sorry to hear about your loss. :(

I recently picked up an old turntable at a flea market (20$).  It is obviously well made, very nice housing, and in good shape in that it must have been in a well maintained home (no mildew, corrosion, spider webs, cochroaches etc).  But the turntable mechanism seems to be jammed- not the drive belt but some other aspect of the mechanism (it has all the stop, start, play a stack of records automatically, retract arm on command).

Do people still fix turntables?  Any leads on where to take one to?
Ooo...tough one. Without knowing where you are or what's in your area, the answer based on my experience is a cautious "yes". The audio/video store near my place sells both used and new turntables, and as such, will do repairs as required.  However, with what you paid...is it worth it to spend time and money on the repair?  It might cost you more than the actual equipment.  That being said, its quite possible that the fix might cost you next to nothing.  Hard to say. The simple answer though is "yes, there are people out there who fix turntables".  Start with a local high-end audio store and find out if they sell turntables.  Another option is to check out your local independent record store...those guys live for vinyl and might have some resources for you...the old "I know a guy who knows a guy..."

Good luck and let us know how you make out.

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 10:17 AM

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 09:39 AM, said:

View PostAnimate, on 02 May 2013 - 09:03 AM, said:

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 07:54 AM, said:

View Postbillybobjoe1881, on 01 May 2013 - 08:36 PM, said:

Yeah, it slowed down to 7RPM.  I'd change the speed to 45 or 77 and it wouldn't speed up.
7 rpm? Wow! Yup...she's busted.  Sorry to hear about your loss. :(

I recently picked up an old turntable at a flea market (20$).  It is obviously well made, very nice housing, and in good shape in that it must have been in a well maintained home (no mildew, corrosion, spider webs, cochroaches etc).  But the turntable mechanism seems to be jammed- not the drive belt but some other aspect of the mechanism (it has all the stop, start, play a stack of records automatically, retract arm on command).

Do people still fix turntables?  Any leads on where to take one to?
Ooo...tough one. Without knowing where you are or what's in your area, the answer based on my experience is a cautious "yes". The audio/video store near my place sells both used and new turntables, and as such, will do repairs as required.  However, with what you paid...is it worth it to spend time and money on the repair?  It might cost you more than the actual equipment.  That being said, its quite possible that the fix might cost you next to nothing.  Hard to say. The simple answer though is "yes, there are people out there who fix turntables".  Start with a local high-end audio store and find out if they sell turntables.  Another option is to check out your local independent record store...those guys live for vinyl and might have some resources for you...the old "I know a guy who knows a guy..."

Good luck and let us know how you make out.

It came in this great old cabinet, with working speakers and a working radio, so I got a real deal on it
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It could cost a lot more than what I paid and still be worth it.  

My current working record player is new with a USB port, so it still plays through my computer and computer speakers.  I just can't wait to hear records in 100% analogue again!

THose are some great leads!  Thanks!

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 10:32 AM

View PostAnimate, on 02 May 2013 - 10:17 AM, said:

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 09:39 AM, said:

View PostAnimate, on 02 May 2013 - 09:03 AM, said:

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 07:54 AM, said:

View Postbillybobjoe1881, on 01 May 2013 - 08:36 PM, said:

Yeah, it slowed down to 7RPM.  I'd change the speed to 45 or 77 and it wouldn't speed up.
7 rpm? Wow! Yup...she's busted.  Sorry to hear about your loss. :(

I recently picked up an old turntable at a flea market (20$).  It is obviously well made, very nice housing, and in good shape in that it must have been in a well maintained home (no mildew, corrosion, spider webs, cochroaches etc).  But the turntable mechanism seems to be jammed- not the drive belt but some other aspect of the mechanism (it has all the stop, start, play a stack of records automatically, retract arm on command).

Do people still fix turntables?  Any leads on where to take one to?
Ooo...tough one. Without knowing where you are or what's in your area, the answer based on my experience is a cautious "yes". The audio/video store near my place sells both used and new turntables, and as such, will do repairs as required.  However, with what you paid...is it worth it to spend time and money on the repair?  It might cost you more than the actual equipment.  That being said, its quite possible that the fix might cost you next to nothing.  Hard to say. The simple answer though is "yes, there are people out there who fix turntables".  Start with a local high-end audio store and find out if they sell turntables.  Another option is to check out your local independent record store...those guys live for vinyl and might have some resources for you...the old "I know a guy who knows a guy..."

Good luck and let us know how you make out.

It came in this great old cabinet, with working speakers and a working radio, so I got a real deal on it
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It could cost a lot more than what I paid and still be worth it.  

My current working record player is new with a USB port, so it still plays through my computer and computer speakers.  I just can't wait to hear records in 100% analogue again!

THose are some great leads!  Thanks!
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That is one handsome piece of equipment you have there!  When you mentioned that you bought a turntable for $20, I thought it was a table top...not the entire table!  That's fantastic.  And don't take this the wrong way, but my grandmother still has hers!  LOL  I believe it might actually still be in working condition.  Years ago, there were some issues with it and my grandfather found someone to fix it.  He's long passed and I can't remember for the life of me who fixed it for him...or the type of business that would do such a repair.  Another option (which I just thought of) is to check out any local antique stores.  While they might not be able to actually fix it, they may know someone who can fix it.  After all, they are in the business of furniture and cabinet restoration.  I would defintely give it a shot.
And I agree, the cost to get it fixed (provided its not an insane amount) would be well worth the final output.  Thanks for posting the nostalgia!

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 10:44 AM

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 10:32 AM, said:

View PostAnimate, on 02 May 2013 - 10:17 AM, said:

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 09:39 AM, said:

View PostAnimate, on 02 May 2013 - 09:03 AM, said:

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 07:54 AM, said:

View Postbillybobjoe1881, on 01 May 2013 - 08:36 PM, said:

Yeah, it slowed down to 7RPM.  I'd change the speed to 45 or 77 and it wouldn't speed up.
7 rpm? Wow! Yup...she's busted.  Sorry to hear about your loss. :(

I recently picked up an old turntable at a flea market (20$).  It is obviously well made, very nice housing, and in good shape in that it must have been in a well maintained home (no mildew, corrosion, spider webs, cochroaches etc).  But the turntable mechanism seems to be jammed- not the drive belt but some other aspect of the mechanism (it has all the stop, start, play a stack of records automatically, retract arm on command).

Do people still fix turntables?  Any leads on where to take one to?
Ooo...tough one. Without knowing where you are or what's in your area, the answer based on my experience is a cautious "yes". The audio/video store near my place sells both used and new turntables, and as such, will do repairs as required.  However, with what you paid...is it worth it to spend time and money on the repair?  It might cost you more than the actual equipment.  That being said, its quite possible that the fix might cost you next to nothing.  Hard to say. The simple answer though is "yes, there are people out there who fix turntables".  Start with a local high-end audio store and find out if they sell turntables.  Another option is to check out your local independent record store...those guys live for vinyl and might have some resources for you...the old "I know a guy who knows a guy..."

Good luck and let us know how you make out.

It came in this great old cabinet, with working speakers and a working radio, so I got a real deal on it
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It could cost a lot more than what I paid and still be worth it.  

My current working record player is new with a USB port, so it still plays through my computer and computer speakers.  I just can't wait to hear records in 100% analogue again!

THose are some great leads!  Thanks!
CHECK
THAT
OUT!

That is one handsome piece of equipment you have there!  When you mentioned that you bought a turntable for $20, I thought it was a table top...not the entire table!  That's fantastic.  And don't take this the wrong way, but my grandmother still has hers!  LOL  I believe it might actually still be in working condition.  Years ago, there were some issues with it and my grandfather found someone to fix it.  He's long passed and I can't remember for the life of me who fixed it for him...or the type of business that would do such a repair.  Another option (which I just thought of) is to check out any local antique stores.  While they might not be able to actually fix it, they may know someone who can fix it.  After all, they are in the business of furniture and cabinet restoration.  I would defintely give it a shot.
And I agree, the cost to get it fixed (provided its not an insane amount) would be well worth the final output.  Thanks for posting the nostalgia!

Thanks!  I could not believe it when the lady selling it only wanted 20$ for the whole thing.... lucky I drive a pickup truck, so tossed it in the bed and sped away before she could come to her senses....It is very much a generation or two older than me- my parents had one like it, not me!  

The speakers are very powerfull- it is a really full sound- but radio is also digital....

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 10:45 AM

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 08:14 AM, said:

As I wrote in the very post on this forum, my hope was to engage discussion with other collectors on what vinyl is "out there"; and I have to say, the participation has been fantastic.  Thanks!
I also mentioned, that as time allows, I wanted to share photos of some of the "odds and sods" from my Rush vinyl collection...in hopes to provide a resource for other collectors to help identify what they have in their collections or what's out on the market.  Quite often, I go on eBay or other vinyl market sites and the descriptions of the items for bid/sale are horrible.  I know...buyer beware...but when I'm looking to make a purchase, its comforting to know that the item I'm buying is "real" and does exist.  Sometimes, I just get fascinated with what's out there.  Hopefully, by reading this forum you feel the same way.

So as promised, here are couple more photos of some items that just arrived in the mail.  I was thrilled to get these for two reasons:
1) They are my first Rush Japanese pressings of any sort
2) Afterimage...I don't think that this track was ever released anywhere besides Japan...so its cool to know that this is "it".

Both arrived in absolute MINT condition!

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More to come over the weekend!

Don't want to derail the thread!!  This is about amazing Rush vinyls!  THe GUP "egg in a vice" is one of the best Rush images, imo.  Thanks for sharing!!

Edited by Animate, 02 May 2013 - 10:46 AM.


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Posted 02 May 2013 - 11:04 AM

View PostAnimate, on 02 May 2013 - 10:45 AM, said:

View PostKingdirk, on 02 May 2013 - 08:14 AM, said:

As I wrote in the very post on this forum, my hope was to engage discussion with other collectors on what vinyl is "out there"; and I have to say, the participation has been fantastic.  Thanks!
I also mentioned, that as time allows, I wanted to share photos of some of the "odds and sods" from my Rush vinyl collection...in hopes to provide a resource for other collectors to help identify what they have in their collections or what's out on the market.  Quite often, I go on eBay or other vinyl market sites and the descriptions of the items for bid/sale are horrible.  I know...buyer beware...but when I'm looking to make a purchase, its comforting to know that the item I'm buying is "real" and does exist.  Sometimes, I just get fascinated with what's out there.  Hopefully, by reading this forum you feel the same way.

So as promised, here are couple more photos of some items that just arrived in the mail.  I was thrilled to get these for two reasons:
1) They are my first Rush Japanese pressings of any sort
2) Afterimage...I don't think that this track was ever released anywhere besides Japan...so its cool to know that this is "it".

Both arrived in absolute MINT condition!

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More to come over the weekend!

Don't want to derail the thread!!  This is about amazing Rush vinyls!  THe GUP "egg in a vice" is one of the best Rush images, imo.  Thanks for sharing!!
No worries...vinyl and the tools we use to play the discs are all relevent.  Seriously...I just called my grandmother to ask her if her floor model still works!  LOL
Yeah...the "egg in a vice" image is one of my favorites...the definition of grace under pressure!

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Posted 06 May 2013 - 08:12 AM

By now, anyone who has been following this thread would know that I love the obscure.  Though sometimes not "rare" by the conventional description of the word, I like to label obscure as those items that come along once in a while (or once in a lifetime in some cases) that as a collector, you simply have to have them.  I had the pleasure over the weekend to attend a local CD and record show...an assembly of tie-die wearing, Zeppelin-hawking fellas hell-bent on sharing the vinyl word with anyone holding money in their pockets.  I was one of those fortunate souls who was drawn to their wares.  I walked out of there with 4 items...2 Rush obscurities and 2 other "grails" for me (although this isn't the place, I'll satisfy your curiousity...first Canadian pressing of the Stones' Sticky Fingers in NM condition with working zipper, and a NM box pressing of George Harrison's legendary Concert for Bangladesh...great stuff).  But you're not here to talk Stones and Harrison.

Here are my other two findings:

1) I LOVE historical recordings such as radio broadcasts.  I actually have several of them in my collection that as soon as I can get a couple of hours free, I'll take the pics and share them with you.  In the meantime, I stumbled on a very rare MINT copy of the Anthem-release Signals Radio Show.  Now it didn't come with a call sheet, but you can see the contents on discogs.com.  There is something about listening to a snapshot in time including all the corny radio ads that 1982 would have produced.  Great Stuff!

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2) This one was a "shot in the dark" as they say.  If you've ever been to a record show, it is quite literally rows upon piles upon more rows of crates of vinyl.  Most vendors sort them alphabetically, but if you don't have the time and patience, it can be overwhelming.  At the show, I only had a half hour to scavenge due to other commitments yesterday.  Like rolling the dice, I stumbled upon a NM Russian copy of A Farewell to Kings.  While the picture shows the cover has some ringwear and a bit of a crimp (considering the thinness of the paper and the age...), the vinyl is pristine.  Ten dollars.  Considering the historical significance of how music was smuggled or illegally manufactured in Russia during the Cold War, this is a really cool piece to have.  No labels.  No catalog numbers.  And the lyrics are printed on the back.  I haven't played this yet, and I'm not expecting sonic excellence, but to know that someone in Russia had this as part of their vinyl collection in times where music of this sort was not sanctioned by the governing bodies?  The things people will do...

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Posted 06 May 2013 - 07:44 PM

View PostKingdirk, on 30 April 2013 - 12:58 PM, said:

OK...so the item I'm going to show here is proof that I am a completeist (my wife says obsessive compulsive).  Over the past little while, I've been receiving a pile of new Rush discs, from 45s to pic discs to rare bootlegs to the truly obscure (I promise...as soon as I can find the time, I'll take the pics and share them with you).  However, this one I've particular been looking forward to its arrival.  There is nothing legitimate about this item, but I simply HAD to have it.  I'm almost not even concerned about the sound (which I'll test drive tonight)...it just looks SO COOL!  I've Googled this thing to death and all I can find is another forum discussing its legitimacy (see above), but no one can confirm it.  It cost me a pretty penny to bring in and I know that the band didn't get anything for it, but as I mentioned in my first statement...I'm a completeist.

Check it out and let me know your thoughts...

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That does look sweet. Almost has the look of legitimacy too. To me, it looks like the Atlantic and Anthem logos are off slightly. But that is a nice piece and I can understand why you took the plunge.


I have those Japanese 45s too. Very nice. I love Japanese pressings, but I don't have many of them.


I used to go to record shows myself. Unfortunately they don't have them much anymore.

I got my Signals Radio show at one too. it seems to be the most common of the Anthem Radio Specials, but they are still quite rare.

The Japanese Fly By Night picture disc has been around for awhile, if it is real it was a small press run.




And that is one cool record player!

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Posted 06 May 2013 - 08:10 PM

View Postytserush, on 06 May 2013 - 07:44 PM, said:

View PostKingdirk, on 30 April 2013 - 12:58 PM, said:

OK...so the item I'm going to show here is proof that I am a completeist (my wife says obsessive compulsive).  Over the past little while, I've been receiving a pile of new Rush discs, from 45s to pic discs to rare bootlegs to the truly obscure (I promise...as soon as I can find the time, I'll take the pics and share them with you).  However, this one I've particular been looking forward to its arrival.  There is nothing legitimate about this item, but I simply HAD to have it.  I'm almost not even concerned about the sound (which I'll test drive tonight)...it just looks SO COOL!  I've Googled this thing to death and all I can find is another forum discussing its legitimacy (see above), but no one can confirm it.  It cost me a pretty penny to bring in and I know that the band didn't get anything for it, but as I mentioned in my first statement...I'm a completeist.

Check it out and let me know your thoughts...

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That does look sweet. Almost has the look of legitimacy too. To me, it looks like the Atlantic and Anthem logos are off slightly. But that is a nice piece and I can understand why you took the plunge.


I have those Japanese 45s too. Very nice. I love Japanese pressings, but I don't have many of them.


I used to go to record shows myself. Unfortunately they don't have them much anymore.

I got my Signals Radio show at one too. it seems to be the most common of the Anthem Radio Specials, but they are still quite rare.

The Japanese Fly By Night picture disc has been around for awhile, if it is real it was a small press run.




And that is one cool record player!
I gave the TFE a quick spin over the weekend and it sounds as good as any of the other pieces on vinyl.  Whether its legitimate or not, I'm thrilled to have it in the collection.  It adds some "completeness" to the studio releases.

My city has record shows twice per year...other cities within an hour of here have them lined up through the year.  Most of the same vendors (like a travelling circus) so its hit and miss.  I did come VERY close to one of THE Rush vinyl grails on Sunday though.  The vendor who I bought the radio special from had a copy of Not Fade Away/Can't Fight It.  There it sat...4 feet away from me.  THE grail.  I wasn't in any position whatsoever to buy it (my wife would have done things that aren't suitable for mention in this forum), but I did ask him what he was asking.  The price? $800.  Within the range of prices you see for this when it pops up, but wow...
If I had the extra money though...
One day

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 11:55 AM

This came in the mail yesterday.  Nothing TOO rare, but a nice little promotional addition to the collection. (Sorry...I forgot to take a photo of the front cover!)

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 12:10 PM

These are so cool- I would have bought the In Store Play Special album for the Thin Lizzy tracks alone.

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 12:23 PM

View PostAnimate, on 07 May 2013 - 12:10 PM, said:

These are so cool- I would have bought the In Store Play Special album for the Thin Lizzy tracks alone.
I'm going to throw it on the turntable this weekend when the house is empty (read: PLAY LOUD!)

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 11:38 PM

Do you have the Time Stand Still picture disc?http://www.ebay.ca/itm/RUSH-UK-Import-Juggler-Picture-Disc-TIME-STANDS-STILL-LP-/140760019084?pt=Music_on_Vinyl&hash=item20c5f3708c

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 07:12 AM

View Postbillybobjoe1881, on 08 May 2013 - 11:38 PM, said:

Do you have the Time Stand Still picture disc?http://www.ebay.ca/itm/RUSH-UK-Import-Juggler-Picture-Disc-TIME-STANDS-STILL-LP-/140760019084?pt=Music_on_Vinyl&hash=item20c5f3708c
Yup...really cool looking item.  There is also a 12" single of Prime Mover (RUSHR 1412 - Vertigo UK) where the picture sleeve is holographic...that is, if you hold it a certain way in the light, the image shifts.

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 09:17 AM

I just found some Roll The Bones CD Singles on Ebay.
http://www.ebay.ca/i...984.m1497.l2649
http://www.ebay.ca/i...984.m1497.l2649
One of them contains Roll The Bones, Where's My Thing?, Superconductor and It's a Rap Part 3- Neil speaks. The other one contains the tracks Roll The Bones, Anagram and It's A Rap Part 2-Geddy speaks. Now I've gotta find the third or is it first disc with Alex on it.

Edit: I just found http://www.ebay.ca/i...=item5aee2942d0 on Ebay.  It's the 7" version.

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