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Belleruche - 20th Century Boy

Belleruche 20th Century Boy
Belleruche - 20th Century Boy
(7") If Music, 2005-12-08

Tracklisting :
A1. 20th Century Boy

Links :

Press Release :
45 rpm 7" single on If Music. Numbered limited edition of 350. / 1-track acetate promo CD in special homemade sleeve design.
Probably the best cover of a glam rock song ever made by one guitarist, drums from a turntable and a singer in the hallway. One sided seven on the 'If Music' label, only 350 pressed, released December 05.

Reviews :
"If Music's 1st piece of vinyl and so obviously our single of the year. A One Sided promo only From The Talented Belleruche. An unbelievable cover version of the T-Rex classics... Only 350 Numbered Copies Pressed..." (

"London trio Belleruche have been giging around the capital extensively for the last year or so, steadily building a name for themselves. On this ultra-limited one-sided 7", Belleruche cover the classic T-Rex tune giving it a personal downtempo and slightly less aggresive pace. Sweet!" (


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eddyesi eddyesi ·  13 August 2008, 11:54

Any way of getting hold of this on CD or MP3, sample seems to have been taken down too

Djouls Djouls ·  19 August 2008, 08:22

Saw it on soulseek p2p networks a long time go... should still be out there...

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