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  • 01. Bye Bye Bad Days
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    HECTOR

    Bye Bye Bad Days

    [engl] The second and final installment in our HECTOR reissue campaign. After their stunning debut failed to chart, surely the public would picked up on the even catchier 1974 follow-up, "Bye Bye Bad Days", a song for the COVID era we now inhabit if ever there was one. Nope. Never fear, we're doing what we always do, shining a light on an overlooked gem that deserves heard again. HECTOR came and went and left us two utterly perfect singles, and for that, we forever grateful. Remastered with a huge sonic improvement over the original 1974 pressing which was very noisy.
    Format
    7" lim
    Release-Datum
    11.02.2022
     

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