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  • 01. Let's Be Friends Again
    02. You Must Have Crossed My Mind
    03. It's Needless
    04. Other Boys Do
    05. The Door
    06. Wasn't That Love in Your Eyes
    07. I Did the Wrong Thing
    08. Hook
    09. The Flame
    10. Think About Me
    11. Better Than Anyone Else
    12. The Bear
    13. Passport to Heaven
    14. I Can Go Now
    15. If I Am Dreaming
    16. Trap
    17. Liverpool Girls
    18. You Put Me Up to This
    19. I Cannot Spot You
    20. It's Needless (Demo)
    21. Mixed Up Shook Up Girl
    22. Revolver Days
    23. Talk to Me Girl/When Do Dreams Sleep?
    24. The Flame (Peter Noone)



    [engl] THE TOMS was originally released in 1979. The project of Tom Marolda, a New Jersey musician, he recorded the album in his home studio, playing all the instruments himself. In the years since its release, it's become a highly prized treasure amongst power pop fans around the world, at least those lucky enough to discover it. Beatlesque melodies abound on a record that sounds anything but lo-fi. Feel It Records is proud to re-release this long sought after gem with 11 bonus tracks plus Peter Noone (Herman's Hermits) performing "The Flame" for the first time ever released! -John M. Borack, Author, Shake Some Action 2.0: An Updated Guide to the 200 Greatest Power Pop Albums
  • 01. Call the Surgeon (Part 2)
    02. She Said Goodbye
    03. That Could Change Tomorrow
    04. Til the End of the Day
    05. Guilty as a Killer Wave
    06. She's So Lovely
    07. Love at First Sight
    08. Angela Christmas
    09. Dirty Water
    10. Talk is Cheap
    11. Was it Good for You Too
    12. Uptown
    13. Dedicated
    14. Standing in the Shadows


    The 1979 Sessions

    [engl] For many years, Tommy Marolda has been a versatile member of the American music industry: a multi-instrumentalist, producer, engineer, composer, Grammy-nominated songwriter...the list goes on. But record nerds like me know Tommy because of a single weekend in 1979. He was scheduled to record demos with the Smithereens in his New Jersey home studio, but their last-minute cancelation gave Tommy a small window to record something of his own. After three days of hitting the record button and dashing back to his instruments, Tommy had more than 30 slabs of pop perfection on tape, 12 of which became his seminal power pop LP 'The Toms'. Other tracks from that weekend session have trickled out via reissues of 'The Toms' over the years, but little did anyone know Tommy recorded enough material to fill up three long players! Presented here are the last of the 1979 Toms sessions. Savor them like the rare commodities that they are."
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