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Gorilla "Mary Anne" (3D-010)

With this single Tokyo's Gorilla have so faithfully reproduced the sound of late seventies/early eighties US powerpop that -- if it wasn't for the slightly accented vocals -- it could easily pass for an recently unearthed Bomp! warehouse find. "Mary Anne" is such a great song that if it had of been on comps like Shake Some Action or Yellow Pills it would have stood out as one of the better tracks. Powerpop gets no better than this folks. On the flip side, "Forever" is an ultra-infectious anthem that will be stuck in your head for days. This single is an absolute must for any powerpop fan, or anyone who appreciates great songwriting. Although this is a 300 copy pressing, 100 of those copies sold out during Gorilla's recent nationwide Japanese tour, which means we're left with just 200 copies for sale. Act quick folks!!!!

Limited to 300 copies.



Mystery Date "Dreaming In Black & White" (3D-009)

We here at Three Dimensional Records are beyond excited to announce the release of Mystery Date's debut single. Both sides are timelessly great mod powerpop that do a deft job blurring the temporal lines between 1965, 1979, and 2013. "Dreaming in Black and White" is driven by a remarkably infectious undulating verse that builds into an instantly memorable chorus. There's a high probability you'll find this song creeping into your head a few hours after first hearing it because so far that's what happened to us and everyone we've played it for. "Endless Nights" on the b-side is just as catchy, but in a more overtly Who-inspired vein. If this had been released 25 or 30 years ago Mystery Date would be mentioned in the same breath as bands like Excel, Seventeen, and Chardon Square. Lucky for you "Dreaming in Black and White" was released this year rather than 1980 because now you can get your hands on this for just $5. Sometimes living in the modern world has its advantages.

Limited to 300 copies.



Real Numbers "Only Two Can Play" 12" (3D-008)

"Only Two Can Play" sees the Real Numbers further refine their UK DIY-inspired pop approach, resulting in their best batch of songs to date. There's an adventurous air to this one from the softer edged title track to the ominous tension of "Ordeal" but the first class songwriting remains eminently catchy throughout. There are moments of genuine melodic splendor on here that Ed Ball would likely give a kidney to have penned. If you were a fan of their previous 12" on Three Dimensional or their excellent 45 on Florida's Dying then guaranteed you will be spending a lot of time with this record.

Limited to 300 copies.



Boys Club LP (3D-005)

On the heels of three sold out singles and an appearance on the inaugural "World's Lousy With Ideas" compilation, Boys Club return with their debut long player. With this album the band took a major step forward in song writing but the shambolic charm that marked their singles are still intact. Utterly oblivious to current trends in underground music and defiant of accepted norms of listenabiltiy, Boys Club managed the trick of coming up with a record that sounds both unique and completely timeless. Think Supercharger if they were obsessed with the Equals instead of the Ramones or the early Mekons trying to make a powerpop record.



Sleaze "Weird Truck" (3D-007) - SOLD OUT

300 pressed



Real Numbers S/T 12" (3D-006) - SOLD OUT

300 pressed



Real Numbers "Radio World" (3D-004) - SOLD OUT

500 pressed



Raydios "Rock Brochure" (3D-003) - SOLD OUT

1000 pressed



Tuff Bananas "Dance To Rock & Roll" (3D-002) - SOLD OUT

500 pressed



Boys Club "This Is My Face" (3D-001) - SOLD OUT

300 pressed
200 repress (Japanese sleeve)