Five Belgian Record Store Day-plates that your hard-earned pennies are worth

A quintet of plates from our own soil that you have in your money bag by touch.

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Siglo XX – The Naked and The Death

The almost unobtainable – unless you have an arm and leg for fill – debut single by the belgian cold wave band Siglo XX. On the B-side: Individuality, last year used in a commercial for Prada. [7″, TIDAL WAVES]

The Sixth Metal – Ploegsteert/Min Temple

At least one year long may be The Sixth Metal Ploegsteert the most beautiful belpoplied of all time. Sounds even better on colored vinyl, with on the reverse side is a cover of Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy A King at Night. [7″, UNDAY]

Koen De Bruyne – Piano Improvisations

The late Koen De Bruyne was two jaargeleden been honored with a re-release of his debut album Here Comes the Crazy Man! Sdban took these improvisations on the piano from underneath the fabric. [10″, SDBAN]

Max Berlin – Elle et moi

In the late eighties, one of the big bangs of the new beat, this Gainsbourg-like verleidingswals of Jean-Pierre Cerrone, cousin of discolegende Cerrone. Known from the soundtrack in Any Way The Wind Blows. [12″, MUSIC MANIA REPRISE]

Compro Oro – Bombarda

Second release from this quintet around vibraphonist Wim Segers. Psycho ethno party music’, according to the Inhabitants themselves. ‘Latin jazz with a psychedelic edge” was also done as well. [10″, ZEPHYRUS]

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