Doll Revolution (Ltd Ed White)Regular price $40.00 Sale price $10.00 Save $30.00
The Bangles remain one of the greatest all-girl bands in rock history, renowned for their songwriting, harmonies, and chops...yet Doll Revolution, one of their best records which was home to the fan favorite "Ride the Ride," has never seen a widespread vinyl release to general music retail. That's because it fell into that late '90s/early 2000s gap when vinyl was considered dead (ha)! Now, with full support of the band, Real Gone Music brings Doll Revolution to its rightful format with a colored 2LP pressing housed in gatefold packaging with an accompanying insert.
Sweetheart of the Sun (Transparent Teal)Regular price $27.00 Sale price $10.00 Save $17.00
Limited teal colored vinyl LP pressing. The last (2011) record released by The Bangles' - now a trio of Susanna Hoffs and Debbi & Vicki Peterson - is one of their best, a loving paean to '60s pop inspired in part by Sheila Weller's book Girls Like Us, which intertwines the stories of Laurel Canyon singer-songwriters Joni Mitchell, Carole King, and Carly Simon. You'll hear plenty of that Laurel Canyon vibe on this record from these three songwriters, as well as some nods to The Bangles' power pop past, all blessed with the vocal harmony arrangements that the group's fans treasure. Produced by Matthew Sweet, Sweetheart of the Sun was out on vinyl for a heartbeat, with original copies costing a fortune; our Real Gone reissue - released with the full cooperation of the band - features the original album art complete with inner sleeve.