Hello everyone. Before I start, I want to apologize to all of my followers for being so inactive on my previous account @forthe_records. Life has been very busy lately, and has not allowed me to post about my record collection as often as I would have liked. Thus, I have reached the end of that account, and it is now @jealousyouthrecords. I started a clothing company called @jealousyouth a few years ago, and I’ve realized that a clothing company alone is very restrictive to my creativity. I have possessed an unnatural love for music for as long as I remember, and up until now, the dream of starting my own record label was always just a thought in the back of my mind. I plan to make this dream a reality starting today. Let me be the first to welcome you to Jealous Youth Records! I hope to work with many talented musicians in the near future to design album covers, artwork, and merchandise for their bands and music. I will also be opening an online record store where I’ll sell the music of artists I work with as well as a massive distro selection of albums from many different decades and genres. I’m still in the early stages of development and won’t have a webstore open for a while, but hopefully it won’t be too long. Thank you for all the support you gave me as @forthe_records and for reading all of my honest musical opinions. It really means a lot to me, but now it’s time for me to open a new chapter of this crazy life and pursue something I’ve been dreaming of for years. Thank you for all continued support and keep your eyes open for new releases and updates!
David Bowie - Scary Monsters . . . . (1980). This is the 2017 remastered version on 180g heavyweight vinyl, which was released as part of the A New Career In A New Town box set in 2017 and as a stand alone release in 2018. The Parlophone reissues all have a label that uses the same layout and colours as the original RCA labels but the letters ‘RCA’ have been replaced with the word ‘Bowie’ in the same font. Often incorrectly referred to as Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) because the track with that title, ‘Scary Monsters. . . .’ saw Bowie recapture the popularity of his early albums with Ashes to Ashes scoring a number one hit all over the world. With this album Bowie made a deliberate effort to break away from the ‘Berlin Trilogy’ and on the back of the cover there are images from the covers of the trilogy deliberately bleached out to symbolise Bowie’s break-away from them - although it’s hard to deny the influences are still there in his songwriting. Scary Monsters. . . . is a really, really good album with the brilliant Ashes to Ashes, Fashion, Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) and my personal favourite Up The Hill Backwards all released as singles. My album of the day and also for my fellow vinyl junkie and Numanoid @synthfan69#davidbowie#scarymonsters#upthehillbackwards#ashestoashes#fashion#scarymonstersandsupercreeps#vinyl#vinylism#vinylgram#vinylalbum#vinyllover#vinyljunkie#records#recordgram#recordnerd#recordlover#recordjunkie#albumoftheday#recordoftheday#vinyloftheday
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