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Richard Kompass: KajaGooGoo Collection pt3

March 25, 2011
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We have more from the fabulous collection of Richard Kompass.

Straight back into it, here we have pt3:

044 the wonderful huge poster in Smash Hits

KajaGooGoo

043 this item was sent out from Kajafax fan club

KajaGooGoo

042 I bought this on ebay same as 043

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046 Japan ad

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051 Limahl won best popular singer in Germany for the second time, and Kajagoogoo slips from first to fifth place 1984

KajaGooGoo

052 My favourite Kaja this sticker was from the Smash Hits magazine

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055  I have to take a new photo but this it the Steve sticker

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056 Nick Beggs sticker

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058 I miss the Jez one, please I want one…

KajaGooGoo

060 Limahl sticker

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016 it speaks for itself  absolutely wonderful stuff!!

KajaGooGoo

0215 Limahl huge poster Don´t Suppose Japan LP

KajaGooGoo

0217 Instead of Never ending story – it’s the greenhouse effect (also b-side to Tar beach released in germany)

 KajaGooGoo

0219 Limahl cover Japan LP Don’t Suppose

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0228 Limahl picture disc japan Don´t Suppose

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0226 back cover pic disc Don’t Suppose

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0223 Kaja Crazy People’s Right to Speak Japan LP

KajaGooGoo

Monumental thanks to Richard again, come back for pt4!

2011 KajaFax

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Denny permalink
    March 25, 2011 2:51 pm

    Oh wow. I love all this stuff.

    I have the issue of Smash Hits with the fold out poster still inside and I also have the Smash Hits sticker album with all the stickers inside so I have Jez. I also have the second Smash Hits sticker album that only features Limahl.

    I also have the very first NOW! album. It was re-issued on CD for the 25th Anniversary recently but many of the tracks were albums versions and the original single versions that featured on the vinyl release. This includes Only For Love by Limahl.

  2. JustM permalink
    March 25, 2011 4:22 pm

    😀 my mouth is still open and saying “wow” since part No. 1 was published! this collection is a journey into the past, into the 80’s, a decade undervalued for years

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