Ten incredible albums culled from the deepest, weirdest co-op of record enthusiasts ever gathered under one banner. We’ve spared no expense packaging these, pairing the idea of the Art of Compilation with living and breathing art, creating little fortune cookies baked in a factory of forgotten dreams. Video games, pyramids, trading cards, matchbooks, mazes, lottery tickets, film canisters, yearbooks, and various other exercises in design absurdity.
The ninth installment in Numero’s Cabinet of Curiosities is 100% chart smashes. Culled from the depths of the private press, Super Hits gathers 12 magical adaptations from the Me Decade’s introspective songbook. Pop this oversized 8-Track into your Fleetwood Weltron and enjoy a motley crew of lounge singers, wedding bands, synth enthusiasts, trailer park dreamers, accountants, gym teachers, and more as they bring their own unique energy to classics by Steely Dan, War, Boz Scaggs, Neil Diamond, John Denver, Smokey Robinson, The Carpenters, Redbone, The Box Tops, Fleetwood Mac, and more. Tape warble not included.
A1 Cash And Carry - Low Down
A2 Richard Powell - The Cisco Kid
A3 Family Tree - Come And Get Your Love
A4 Deep Heat - Do It Again
A5 Mark & Suzann Farmer - Dreams
A6 Joeven - I Am I Said
B1 Summer Madness - Leaving On A Jet Plane
B2 Lenny Roybal - By The Time I Get To Phoenix
B3 Ginny Reilly - I Second That Emotion
B4 Alejandro Bravo - Superstar
B5 Joan Brooks - The Letter
B6 Babalade Olamina - Pure Imagination