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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

Born To Boogie (2024 Reissue)

Blu-Ray in O-Card with 20pp booklet - £19.99 | Pre Order
‘Born To Boogie’ is the Ringo Starr-directed 1972 film that captures Marc Bolan and T Rex at the height of their popularity, as ‘T Rextasy&rsq...
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

Molly Mouse Dream Talk

Limited Pink LP (400 Only) - £22.99
All different alternate versions of songs featured on 1973’s 'Tanx' album, with many appearing on vinyl for the first time.
Children Of The Revolution / Jitterbug Love / Sunken Rags (2024 Reissue)
  1. Children Of The Revolution
  2. Jitterbug Love
  3. Sunken Rags

T. Rex

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

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  • limited picture disc 7"

    Released: 26th Jul 2024

    £17.99
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The song has been covered by the Violent Femmes, The Scorpions, Kesha and U2’s Bono for the film “Moulin Rouge”.

Neither “Children Of The Revolution” or its B-sides, “Jitterbug Love” and “Sunken Rags”, appeared on the “Tanx” album, released in March 1973.