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Artist:Peter Sellers
Label:  His Master's Voice
Country:UK
Catalogue:POP 2012
Date:1980
Format:7"
Collection:  I Own It     I Want It 
Community:5 Own, 1 Wants
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TrackArtistTitleComposerProducerArrangerRating
APeter Sellers Presents Mate's Spoffle Group featuring Fred Spoons, E.P.N.S.Any Old IronCollins, Terry, ShappardGeorge MartinRate
BPeter SellersA Hard Day's NightLennon, McCartneyGeorge MartinGeorge Martin10.0  Rate


Notes

Golden Greats series reissue.

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Comments
 
YankeeDisc
27th Jun 2011
 ....that's how you knew what cutlery to steal.
Anything with E.P.N.S. on it, you left, as it was not valuable, and anything with a hall mark on it, well, use your imagination.

I have never stolen cutlery, but lots of people have.
 

 
harbottle
27th Jun 2011
 Duh, of course. You are quite right now you have said it. How daft am I. Answers on a postcard to.........
 

 
Juke Jules
27th Jun 2011
 EPNS was a term used almost exclusively for cutlery - Geddit?
 

 
harbottle
27th Jun 2011
 It doesn't mention EPNS on the one I posted donkey's years ago in it's rather creased sleeve

POP 2003

Could it even be

English Place Name Society

Thank gawd its not ESPN as I owe them money
 

 
JPGR&B
27th Jun 2011
 I agree with electro-plated nickel silver.
 

 
YankeeDisc
27th Jun 2011
 ......anyone know what E.P.N.S. means in the artist title, side A ?

I think I know, just want confirmation. It is also a pity that the scans of Sides A & B have not been posted, as nice as the sleeve and record look.

= (electro-plated nickel silver)
 

 
Producer Al
27th Jun 2011
 Actually, EMI brought out two dozen of these "Golden Greats" reissues around 1980/81, including lots of comedy tracks inc. Norman Wisdom and Charlie Drake, so it was probably co-incidence that Peter Sellers passed away that year.
 

 
ZebedyZak
27th Jun 2011
 Peter Sellers passed away in 1980, so I would assume this re-issue was because of that. Typical, especially in the UK. It didn't get back into the charts, though.
 


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