Note: Shaped picture disc singles first appeared in US record stores in the early 1980's, usually in limited quantity. We have found that many different ones were made. We welcome more information about these interesting collectables
Two great heavy metal bone crushers: "Guns For Hire" and "Landslide" from the flick of the switch album.
This disc contains the single version of "Money For Nothing" from the "Brothers In Arms" album and a nice live version of "Love Over Gold".
Iron Maiden rocks on this one with a great version of Jethro Tull's "Cross Eyed Mary" and their single "The Trooper". Great picture of "Eddie" having his usual fun.
Two tracks from the great album "Lost and Found", unfortunately not the two best but still a great looking collectible.
Marillion had a big UK following but very little success in the United States. The critics considered them too close to "Genesis". The music was complex, layered and certainly progressive. This disc has a track "Garden Party" from the first US release and a strange live version of the old Scottish High Road - Low Road song. The albums had great cover art.
Everyone remembers this one, how could you escape it. It still holds up and the album is pretty good.
Two singles from Zenyatta Mondatta, "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da" and "Don't Stand Too Close To Me"
Two tracks from Stray Cats third album, "Sexy and Seventeen" and "Looking Better Every Beer" which was written by them but sounds like an old country standard.