|A||She's My Man|
NotesVery odd 5" Russian Flexi-Disc single-sided record. There were probably 15-20 different SSS singles made. Not sure of the release date. I got them back in the mid/late 90's. They all have simple b&w paper fold-over sleeves.
Here's what I found out about the record label:
буд кон - A Russian record label, located either in Kaliningrad or St. Petersburg, Russia. Its releases are all unofficial, and available mostly through Polish record sellers.
The name буд кон (sometimes printed as one word: будкон) translates to BUDKON, but has no meaning either in Russian or Polish.
буд кон has released hundreds of releases by various different bands, since at least the 1990's, possibly in the 1980's, when Russia was still part of the Soviet Union.
All буд кон releases are flexis, square-shaped 14 cm. X 14 cm. (5.5" X 5.5") and released as multicoloured releases: transparent, red, green, yellow, blue, and brown.
At least three variations (one transparent and two coloured versions, sometimes three coloured) are released.
The sleeve is a black and white computer printout, usually highly pixelated, and a completely random image having nothing to do with the band or their music. The thin paper sleeve wraps around the flexi about a third of the way up the back, held in a thin plastic envelope.
|Д60 5151||Sigue Sigue Sputnik||She's My Man (Flexi, 5½", S/Sided, Unofficial, Gre)||буд кон||Д60 5151||USSR||1990|
|5151||Sigue Sigue Sputnik||She's My Man (Flexi, 5½", S/Sided, Unofficial, Yel)||буд кон||5151||USSR||1990|
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