Bargain Bin Babylon: Svensktoppen
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Svensktoppen

These albums serve as both a snapshot of ‘70s pop and an illustration of a smaller nation engaging with and reclaiming contemporary popular entertainment.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Ambrosia: One Eighty
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Ambrosia: One Eighty

What makes One Eighty worth its price is the hits, which sound as good as ever.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: The Alan Parsons Project: I Robot
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Bargain Bin Babylon: The Alan Parsons Project: I Robot

Bargain Bin: Hugo Montenegro: Rocket Man (A Tribute to Elton John)
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Bargain Bin: Hugo Montenegro: Rocket Man (A Tribute to Elton John)

A fine way to hear John’s '70s work in a new and unique way, schmaltz and all.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Anthony Perkins: Chante en Français
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Anthony Perkins: Chante en Français

Who wouldn't want to hear Anthony Perkins crooning his rainy-day standards? Or, better yet, singing in French!

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Alan Stivell: Chemins de Terre
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Alan Stivell: Chemins de Terre

Rockist bargain bin hunters willing to venture outside their comfort zone will happily eat this up.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Silver: Silver
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Silver: Silver

Silver's self-titled album remains a solid slice of radio-friendly country rock and an enjoyable snapshot of a bygone era.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Le Roux: Up
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Le Roux: Up

Bargain Bin Babylon: Matthew and the Mandarins: II
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Matthew and the Mandarins: II

The beauty of the dollar bin is that it often leads you to something you didn’t know you needed: like country music … from Singapore.

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Bargain Bin: The Charles River Valley Boys: Beatle Country
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