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The Shambles- Radio Daze 7” ~EX MANUAL SCAN!

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The Shambles- Radio Daze 7”.  The Shambles were one of the best sixties flavoured powerpop bands from the 90's, not only in their home state of California, but all over the world. Their talented songwriting and in-depth knowledge of pop history made its rare recordings a treasure for all pop fans world wide. This is the final single from The Shambles and the band unearthed these unreleased recordings that never saw the light of day until now. The single includes three songs showing The Shambles in a rawer and more energetic setting. A must for the Shambles fan, as it contains the very last song that the band recorded and it’s a driving thunder pop stunner from ex members of Manual Scan. These are limited to 300 copies and include an insert!  Import from Spain.

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