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Artist information:
Artist:
Herman's Hermits
Instrument(s):
Country:
Great Britain
Gender:
Group
Other info:
See also: Noone Peter

Record title:
There's a Kind of Hush All Over the World (mono) (US)
Price: (Euro)
15
Main style:
Rock
Substyle(s):
60'S Beat & Rhythm And Blues, Pop-Rock

Record information:
Record Company/
Label:
MGM
Catalogue
number:
E 4438
Released
originally:
1967
This copy:
(if not orig.)

Cover made in:
U.S.A.
Record made in:
U.S.A.
Media:
Album
Sub media:
LP
Condition/
cover:
VG+
Condition/
record(s):
EX-
Additional information about:
Label:Cover:
Black labels with silver print. Multicoloured MGM 'lion's head' picture logo at the top. Glossy single cover. Very light surface wear (> top & bottom > middle) and a few tiny scuffs on front. Semi-heavy surface wear on back. Light wear and a few small creases along the edges. A bit worn / creased corners. Cut-out hole.
Record(s):Attachment:
A few hairlines and light surface / needle marks. Plays great.
Other information & picture:
A popular English beat / pop band, formed in 1963 in Manchester as Herman & The Hermits. A total of 11 songs, including e.g. "There's a Kind of Hush All Over the World", "Dandy", "Jezebel" and "No Milk Today". US issue of Columbia S(C)X 6174 (England 1967). Their 3rd UK / 5th US album, released in May (UK) / February (US) 1967. Mono.


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