Record Mirror, October 13, 1979

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After a quick consultation with the discography computer - whir... click ... buzz: Ol' four eyes fanatic, John Foyle of Dubling, whose specs were recently broken in a close encounter with a flying shelaleigh wants the gen on all Elvis Costello releases. 'Ere goes:

In 1977 Elvis released four singles and one album with Stiff Records: "Less than Zero / Radio Sweetheart" (25.3.77) BUY11; "Alison / Welcome to the Working Week" (27.5.77) BUY14; "Red Shoes / Mystery Dance" (7.7.77) BUY 15; "Watching the Detectives / Blame it on Caine / Mystery Dance" (4.11.77) BUY20; and the album: My Aim is True (22.7.77) SEEZ3.

Elvis then signed with Radar Records in March 1978 and released "I Don't want to go to Chelsea / You belong to Me" (3.3.78) RAD3; "Pump It Up / Big Tears" (28.4.78) ADA10; "Radio Radio / Tiny Steps" (27.10.78) ADA24; "Olivers Army / My Funny Valentine" (9.2.79) 9 ADA31; "Accidents Will Happen / Wednesday Week / Talking in my Sleep" (4.5.79) ADA35; and two albums: This Years Model RAD3, released 17.3.78 and Armed Forces RAD14, released on 5 January this year.

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Record Mirror, October 13, 1979


Record Mirror updates the Elvis Costello discography.

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