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    Posted: October 03 2011 at 11:48
Maybe I'm not right but when I checked these two PA pages

http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=83

http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=339

I found that their only-on-cassette albums were listed in the cd, lp section. Shouldn't they be in the singles, ep etc. category?

Djam Karet's albums having been released only on cassette:

Happy Cancer: McMusic For The McMasses (1982)
Kafka's Breakfast (1988)

Twelfth Night's albums having been released only on cassette:

The First Tape Album (1980)
Twefth Night (Aka Early Material) (1980)

Here are the official discographies as a guidance.

http://www.djamkaret.com/discography.php

http://www.twelfthnight.info/discography/releases.php
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 04 2011 at 23:03
1. DJAM KARET
You mentioned these 2 releases:
- "Happy Cancer ..." (1982): http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=2755
- "No Commercial Potential" (1985): http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=2756
The 3rd MC release is:
- "Kafka's Breakfast" (1988): http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=2757

- In the band discograhy (following your link http://www.djamkaret.com/discography.php) they listed as cassetes. I think this only means that in 1982 - 1988 the band, for some reasons, could not afford to release them on LP or CD. All albums clock from 43 to 57 minutes. Even if they were released on MC, they are studio albums. I see no reason to move them to Singles/EPs.

2. TWELFTH NIGHT
- In my opinion, exactly the same thing as in DJAM KARET's case.

Please in future give 'clickable' links like I did it above.


Edited by NotAProghead - October 05 2011 at 17:50
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