[Nagnagnag] 'Darkness at Noon' [was: Help!]
stuartmann at btinternet.com
Wed Apr 7 09:10:13 EDT 2004
I've had and still have an Amazon used copy request but, so far, no luck. I did speak with Mike at Touch at some stage but had no joy, although I will check the touchshop.... I suppose next step is Action, who I've bought from before and ebay, of course....
On a slightly different note - I managed to get a new copy of Orchestra Terrestrial just a couple of weeks ago from Forced Exposure in the US, which I was surprised about as it was a limited pressing. It has really grown on me and creates a great background ambience when I working at my PC. Reminds me of Aphex Twin without the beats but it's also very Kirk... what do other Naggers think?
Anyhow, thanks for your help so far Ross,
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Subject: [Nagnagnag] 'Darkness at Noon' [was: Help!]
stuartmann at btinternet.com writes:
>Can anyone help me track down a copy of 'Darkness at Noon'
That was released by Touch in 1999 and may very well be out of
print. Touch's original web site, www.touch.demon.co.uk, is no
longer operating, however I have been receiving e-mail updates
from Mr. Harding via his old e-mail address, a pop account from
the old Touch web site: touch at touch.demon.co.uk. If that fails
to connect with him, try the contact page at www.touchshop.org:
If you are still having no luck, you may need to resort to GEMM
(www.gemm.com) or eBay. You can also request a used copy at
Amazon UK (www.amazon.co.uk). They'll notify you when they
Perhaps a copy is kicking around in Preston at Action Records.
Try sending an e-mail to Gordon at: sales at action-records.co.uk.
You can also take a shot at one of the many Music Video Exchange
outlets in the London area or try Replay Records in Bath.
Good luck Stuart,
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