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T. Rex

Solid Gold Easy Action / Xmas Riff - Born To Boogie (2024 Reissue)

limited picture disc 7" in die-cut sleeve - £17.99 | Pre Order
Originally released in December 1972, “Solid Gold Easy Action” remains one of Marc Bolan’s most beloved songs to this day.
T. Rex

Metal Guru / Thunderwing / Lady (2024 Reissue)

limited picture disc 7" in die-cut sleeve - £17.99 | Pre Order
Originally released in May 1972, “Metal Guru” provided a second preview of the forthcoming album, “The Slider”, and these days ranks amo...
T. Rex

Telegram Sam / Cadilac / Baby Strange (2024 Reissue)

limited picture disc 7" in die-cut sleeve - £17.99 | Pre Order
Originally released in January 1972, “Telegram Sam” was effectively a preview of the forthcoming album “The Slider”, and these days amon...
T. Rex

Light Of Love (50th Anniversary Edition)

limited 140g orange LP - £22.99 | Pre Order
A special 50th Anniversary Edition of this United States-only release from late 1974, originally released on the Casablanca Records label, founded only a year e...
T. Rex

Children Of The Revolution / Jitterbug Love / Sunken Rags (2024 Reissue)

limited picture disc 7" - £17.99 | Pre Order
The song has been covered by the Violent Femmes, The Scorpions, Kesha and U2’s Bono for the film “Moulin Rouge”.
T. Rex

Zinc Alloy (50th Anniversary Edition)

2cd in deluxe 7" gatefold sleeve with 8pp booklet - £21.99 | Pre Order
In this special 2CD set, CD2 contains “The Alternate Zinc Alloy: Change”, a bonus disc of 24 fascinating ‘work-in-progress’ versions and...
Teenage Dream (50th Anniversary)
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  1. Teenage Dream
  2. Satisfaction Pony

T. Rex

Teenage Dream (50th Anniversary)

Demon Records Single
  • Limited 7" Picture Disc

    Released: 26th Jan 2024

    £15.99
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As part of the T Rex “1973” year campaign , alongside the “Whatever Happened To The Teenage Dream?” 5LP and 4CD box sets , and the “Songwriter: 1973” LP , Demon Records are issuing T Rex’s 1973/4 singles as highly collectable 7” picture discs.

with photos from the Keith Morris archive. • The fourth release is the autobiographical “Teenage Dream” Dream”, originally released in January 1974 . It peaked in the UK charts at number 13 , while the Top Three featured Lulu (“The Man Who Sold The Suzi Quatro (“Devil Gate Drive”) and Mud at number 1 with “Tiger Feet” Feet”. “Teenage Dream” stayed in the charts for five • The B side “Satisfaction Pony” did not appear on the “Zinc album, released in early 1974.