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  1. Come Out Fighting Ghengis Smith (Download)
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  2. Burn The World (CD)

    Burn The World (CD)

    Original Release 1990. Two versions of a 20 minute song. Studio and live. Learn More
    £9.00

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  3. Garden of Uranium / Descendants of Smith (CD)

    Garden of Uranium / Descendants of Smith (CD)

    Release 1988. Originally titled 'Descendants of Smith'. My personal favourite track on the album is 'Pinches of Salt'. I think that this is because of the poem and the atmosphere that I have given to the meaning. Learn More
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  4. Jugula (CD)

    Jugula (CD)

    Released 1985. Jugula was the fifth project that Jimmy Page and I had worked on, but the first record that we made together in its entirety. It was a very enjoyable experience. I went down to Jimmy's place a few times with an eight track Teac borrowed from Pete Townsend, and we worked on it there for a while. Learn More
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  5. Born In Captivity/Work Of Heart (2CD)

    Born In Captivity/Work Of Heart (2CD)

    Original Release Dates 1982 / 1984. 'Born In Captivity' is essentially the demo recordings of songs that were later released with much more production on 'Work of Heart'. Learn More
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  6. The Unknown Soldier (CD)

    The Unknown Soldier (CD)

    Released 1980. The 'Unknown Soldier' marked the real end of my relationship with EMI records and, in many ways, regrettably, with the Abbey Road Studios. I got some brilliant help from both Kate Bush and Dave Gilmour, the rest of the circumstances were often unhelpful. Learn More
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  7. Bullinamingvase (CD)

    Bullinamingvase (CD)

    Original Release Date 1977. The major event on the record, One of 'Those Days In England', is a collection of reminiscences. The legend of Excalibur in the first line. The last of the willow leaves at the top of the tree hanging on into January. 'Alfred had me made', the words written in anglo-saxon around the Alfred Jewel. Learn More
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  8. Flashes From The Archives Of Oblivion (CD)

    Flashes From The Archives Of Oblivion (CD)

    Released 1974. If you like your Roy Harper live then 'Flashes from the Archives of Oblivion' is a very good record. The boys from EMI, headed by John Leckie, turned up to gigs on a regular basis for about a year. They bustled away in the background with techno talk. Sometimes they were in the foreground, muttering and tittering. Learn More
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  9. Valentine (CD)

    Valentine (CD)

    Released 1974. 'Valentine' is a collection of the smaller works that were written during the 'Stormcock' - 'Lifemask' era. It is a balanced record with contributions from Jimmy Page, Keith Moon, Pete Sears and Max Middleton, with orchestral arrangements by David Bedford. Learn More
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  10. Folkjokeopus (CD)

    Folkjokeopus (CD)

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    Released 1969. Roy Harper's third record, 'Folkjokeopus' features the epic 'McGoohans Blues', inspired by actor Patrick McGoohan's depiction of the establishment rebel in his TV series, 'The Prisoner'. Learn More
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