Monday, September 1, 2008

The Amazing Spider-Man "A Rockomic: From Beyond the Grave" (Buddah, KSS-117, 1972)

Jason shared this LP HERE.

The Amazing Spider-Man "A Rockomic: From Beyond the Grave" Zip File


Spike G. said...

Thank You Very Much,A Childhood favorite since I was 7. No Wonder I think Dr. Strange is so cool.

"Gas Charge in his tiepin"

Brooklyn Mouse said...

This was the only LP released on the Buddah label. Buddah was best known for artists such as 1910 Fruitgum Co., Ohio Express, Johnny Maestro & the Brooklyn Bridge and Melanie, along with a lot of such R&B/soul artists like Gladys Knight & the Pips, Norman Connors, Barbara Mason and many more.

Buddah was such a great label back in the 70's.

Dennis said...

I have a spiderman rockomic from beyond the grave, do you have an idea what it is worth. Dennis

Dave said...

Sure don't. Your best bet wuold be to check ebay. It depends mostly on condition.


Bunche (pop culture ronin) said...

This is one of the all-time great kid's records for a million reasons, including that hilarious lyric about Spider-Man being "no one lady's sex machine/he makes all the little girls sigh." Yeah, right. In Peter's dreams! And speaking of Peter, his voice on this was done by Rene Auberjenois, aka Odo from STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE.

Bunche (pop culture ronin) said...

And to Dennis: the last time I saw this album available in a rare record store, it was in mint condition and sold for $35. That was back in 1992, but it also is not exactly impossible to find. There are several copies on eBay and the most expensive of those is near-mint for $50.