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Friday, January 25, 2013

Wayne Kramer - Dangerous Madness


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh man it's great to finally hear this, and it was worth seeking out, this is really good stuff. I really appreciate the post. Unfortunately, there's a huge skip on my favorite track, I hope I can track down a clean copy on vinyl or even a CD (much as I hate CDs). This is pretty hard to find.

said...

To anon - Don't know when you posted this comment or if you'll see my reply, but if you leave word here as to which track, I'll try to re-rip it. I don't think the vinyl I have has any bad skips, so I might have just messed up. Let me Know.

Anonymous said...

Hi thanks for posting this, I didn't know that the mighty Mr Kramer had released anything past Adult World which is one of my fave albums. Looked him up on allmusic and see that there's another album Mad for the racket, I think I need that.

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