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#1 treetrunkman04



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Posted 05 August 2011 - 03:35 PM

I am sure that a lot of you like my self any time you see a stack of records or 45's

you have to look through them.

Recently i came across a 45 of Roadhouse Blues (radio station use) from

An American Prayer.

i have tried searching online but haven't come up

with anything. Does anyone know anything about this 45?

Also in terms of american singles which ones are considered rare?


#2 TheDoorsMusic


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Posted 07 August 2011 - 10:23 PM

It was released in 1978. It's common and not worth much. Mint no flaws probably $7.

Here's some of what I would consider not so common American 45's and also in my collection:

Promo Break On Through (To The Other Side) Elektra EK-45611-A. Black/White label. 51 West 51 Street

Promo Light My Fire Elektra EK-45615-A. Black/White label. 51 West 51 Street. No 'Plug Side' indicated on label.

Break On Through (To The Other Side) Elektra EK-45611-A. Yellow/Black Label with Queen (very first pressing).

Break On Through Elektra EK-45611-A . Pink Label(Sans-Serif font for title). 51 West 51Street. Large title above the doors(which is printed in plain text).

Edited by TheDoorsMusic, 25 August 2011 - 01:38 PM.

Racing through the trees of the night.

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