Has anybody ever heard of this CD box?

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sistasheila

tjekket
Re: have anybody ever heard of this cd box?

nobody?
 

Morning Star

For Eurocommunism!
The J Files was a late night radio show on Triple J in Australia. It was usually a John pell-esque retrosepctive of an artists work, splicing interviews with rare and obscure tracks, plus usually a quiz.

The release mentioned would definitely be a bootleg. Triple J very rarely make copies of J-Files (usually CD-Rs for people involved in a particular show)*, but never official released like the aforementioned item.

*I was involved in a Mike Patton J-File so was lucky enough for them to make me a copy.
 

Morning Star

For Eurocommunism!
The playlist according to the Triple J website(http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/music_specials/s1397329.htm) is:

Morrissey - Suedehead (live) - Beethoven Was Deaf - 1992
Morrissey - BBC Interview @ Q Magazine Awards - 1994
Morrissey - The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get - Vauxhall & I - 1994
Morrissey - November Spawned A Monster - Bona Drag - 1990
J Files Documentary on Morrissey & The Smiths including Smiths music (15'00")
The Smiths - Is It Really So Strange? (live) - Rank - 1986
Morrissey - The Ordinary Boys - Viva Hate - 1988
Morrissey - Sing Your Life - Morrissey At KROQ EP - 1991
Morrissey - Glamorous Glue - Your Arsenal - 1992
Livid Festival Boss Peter Walsh I/V re. Morrissey (5'00")
Morrissey - The Last Of The Famous International Playboys - Bona Drag - 1990
Morrissey - You're The One For Me, Fatty (live) - World Of Morrissey - 1995
Morrissey - Everyday Is Like Sunday - Bona Drag - 1990
Morrissey - Sister I'm A Poet (live) - Beethoven Was Deaf - 1992
Morrissey - Pregnant For The Last Time - single - 1991
Morrissey - Alma Matters - Maladjusted - 1997
Morrissey - BBC Interview re. Manchester - 1995
Morrissey - I Know Very Well How I Got My Name - Suedehead single - 1988
The Smiths - A Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours - Strangeways, Here We Come - 1987
The Smiths - How Soon Is Now? - Live @ Apollo Theatre, Oxford - 1985
Morrissey & Siouxsie - Interlude - single - 1994
Morrissey - Interesting Drug - Bona Drag - 1990
Morrissey - Speedway - Vauxhall & I - 1994
Morrissey - BBC Interview re. New York Dolls - 1995
Morrissey - Cosmic Dancer (live) - Pregnant For The Last Time - 1991
Ryan Adams - Triple J Interview re. covering The Smiths - 2001
Schneider TM - The Light 3000 (There Is A Light That Never Goes Out) - Binokular EP - 2000
Morrissey - Boxers - single - 1995
Morrissey - The Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils - Southpaw Grammar - 1995
Tony Wilson (Factory Records) - Triple J Interview re. Morrissey - 1989
Morrissey - Late Night, Maudlin Street - Viva Hate - 1988
Morrissey - King Lear - Kill Uncle - 1991
The Smiths - Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want - Hatful Of Hollow - 1984
 

robert

Same old suit since 1962
I have this one. It's a CD-R set, not factory pressed as stated. Pretty good set, but I can't tell if it's from preFM or just an FM recording.
 

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