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Oh Yes We Can Love: A History Of Glam Rock / Sneak peek at artwork

Oh Yes We Can Love: A History Of Glam Rock 5-disc box

Universal’s forthcoming 5-disc box set, Oh Yes We Can Love: A History Of Glam Rock box set stirred up some controversy when it was first announced here earlier this month, thanks to it’s broad definition of what ‘glam rock’ represents and its exploration of glam’s roots combined with an examination of its influence in the 21st century. A lively debate ensued with comments ranging from “really impressed” and “excellent track listing” to “terrible waste of an opportunity”!

Whichever side of the fence you choose to sit, we thought you might be interested in an exclusive peak inside the superb 100-page booklet, which is full of great single art, fun glam ‘factz’ and an essay by Barney Hoskyns.

All artwork below is by Phil Smee and the GlamFactz are written by Mark Wood and Daryl Easlea.

Oh Yes We Can Love: A History Of Glam Rock 5CD box is issued on 28 October. Track listings and further details on this set can be found here.

noel

Noel Coward… controversial?! (Click to enlarge)



Dana Does Bowie (Click to enlarge)

vu

The Velvet Underground (Click to enlarge)

patti

Patti Smith Group and Cockney Rebel (Click to enlarge)

ants

Adam and the Ants (Click to enlarge)

suede

Suede (Click to enlarge)

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2 responses to Oh Yes We Can Love: A History Of Glam Rock / Sneak peek at artwork

  1. Gary says:

    Christ I know it’s glam and all that, but that just looks so bloody tacky. GLAMFACTZ – urgh.

  2. mike g says:

    My God, How smokin hot was Dana Gillespie?

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