Bargain Bin Babylon: Mud: Mud
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Mud: Mud

Bargain Bin Babylon: Hearts of Fire OST
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Shift: Get In
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Shift: Get In

Get In stands not only as a testament to almost making it, but also as a pretty decent bit of alt-rock in its own right.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Jason & the Scorchers: Lost & Found
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Jason & the Scorchers: Lost & Found

Lost & Found is an energetic record that gives a glimpse into the machinations of ‘80s country.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: The Union Underground: An Education in Rebellion
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Bargain Bin Babylon: The Union Underground: An Education in Rebellion

An Education in Rebellion takes gleeful delight in doing endless laps in an Olympic-size pool of expletive-laden temptation and cynicism.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Dr. Hajime Murooka: ‎Lullaby from the Womb
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Dr. Hajime Murooka: ‎Lullaby from the Womb

A sonic curio, well worth its bargain price for crate-diggers looking for something most of their friends likely won’t have in their collections.

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Kids in the Kitchen: Kids in the Kitchen
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Sally Eaton: Farewell American Tour
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Sally Eaton: Farewell American Tour

Should you find yourself familiar with the name Sally Eaton, chances are you identify as one of the following: a fan of the original Broadway cast recording of…

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Barbara Mandrell: “Operator, Long Distance Please” from In Black and White
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Barbara Mandrell: “Operator, Long Distance Please” from In Black and White

As the title suggests, the anxious subject has enlisted the now anachronistic help of an operator to connect her with the beloved she just can’t seem to get…

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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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