Greasy Pop Records
THE HISTORY OF GREASY POP RECORDS
Greasy Pop Records (GPR) was an independent record label founded in Adelaide by Doug Thomas in 1980 to release The Dagoes debut record, The Dagoes Sell Soul. At the time, Thomas also owned local music store Umbrella Music and was a guitarist with the Dagoes.
This lavish book has full colour images of every GPR release from the Doug Thomas Years (1980–1991). It pays homage to this very influential record label that risked everything to record the emerging new sounds from the streets of Adelaide, bands like the Exploding White Mice, The Mad Turks from Istanbul, The Spikes, Primitive Painters, Dust Collection, Garden Path and Primevils.
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