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    Besides Philip's copy, I own one and Richard Hell owns one. I
know that Hellowns one because I sold him mine once, and let me tell
you it was literally Hell to find another. I gave it to him because
he'd just gotten clean and was getting his back catalog back together.
He was missing this. Had I known the trouble it would be to find another
I would've told him to wait till I found another. Let this e a lesson to 
all. If you have a rarity and want to give it to someone for whatever
think again. I eventually found my other copy at a record fair here in the
city. That's always a good place to look to find stuff like this. Oh, and if
anyone has a Mint "Another World" EP Hell needs one of those as well.
got a box full, but I think he's trying to teach Hell a lesson, whatever
is. Anyway, if you find one, contact him at his web site. I've been looking
for a few
months now and can't locate a mint one. It's not easy. M T C
>From: "Philip P. Obbard" <pobbard@yahoo.com>
>To: tv@obbard.com
>Subject: Re: (TV) Conversation starter
>Date: Thu, Jan 20, 2000, 3:45 PM

>It's called THE SIRE MACHINE TURNS YOU UP (incorrectly called THE SIRE MACHINE
>I got a beat-up copy via Ebay a few months ago, but otherwise have never seen
>another copy anywhere. I think "You Gotta Lose" is the only thing exclusive to
>this compilation, though it does have some semi-rare stuff like Patti Smith's
>"Piss Factory" as well...
>--- Nick Powell <nick@powelln.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
>> Do you know what the v/a comp album was called?
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