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The Boomtown Rats Vinyl Record Albums

Formed in 1975 in Garry Robert's kitchen in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland, the group originally took the name The Nightlife Thugs. They changed it during the interval of their first gig on October 31st 1975 to The Boomtown Rats, after Woody Guthries term for oilfield workers. They produced six studio albums and a string of succesful singles, remaining together until just after the 1985 Live Aid concert of which Bob Geldof, KBE, was the organiser.

 

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LP
Ratrospective
The Boomtown Rats
Ratrospective
1983
5C 38591
Columbia Records Label; Album cover and record appear new; Track listing: Never In A Million Years; I Don't Like Mondays; Joey's On The Street Again; Rat Trap; She's So Modern; Up All Night
NM-/NM-
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LP
Ratrospective
The Boomtown Rats
Ratrospective
1983
5C 38591
Columbia Records Label; Album cover has light ring; Record has minor scuffs; Track listing: Never In A Million Years; I Don't Like Mondays; Joey's On The Street Again; Rat Trap; She's So Modern; Up All Night
VG+/VG+
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