Records where side 2 has been forgotten. The paradigms for this are Glass Houses [3-10-80] (Joel put all the singles on side 1 and the chaff at the rear), shockingly, 2112 [4-1-76] (think about it — even though Tears may be one of their all-time greatest numbers, do you know anything after the one about Bangkok?), and of course, Yellow Submarine [11-13-68], with the “5th Beatle” effectively erasing an entire half hour from the Beatles’ discography.
Please Please Please, James Brown
Out now, people.
I told Will Oldham once,
um I don’t know what that song (laughter) was.
“B side included on A side, full length disco mix of Pop Musik on Seaside” Pop Muzik — Other Formats Other Formats The UK 12-inch single version was notable for the A-side having a double groove such that the two tracks (“Pop Muzik” and “M Factor”) both started at the outer edge of the record […]
But just because a record has a groove Don’t make it in the groove But you can tell right away at letter A When the people start to move alphabetically related:
Why waste a page overanalyzing the latest Joy Division release when you can cover 20 new indies in the same space? from Maximum Rocknroll #001, July/August, 1982