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Better Days - Melissa Manchester - Better Days (Vinyl)

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  • Of the entire collection, the loss of BETTER DAYS & HAPPY ENDINGS was the only one that truly hurt. Having searched without luck for it on CD for years - literally - and being willing to pay a pretty penny, I am overjoyed and giddy that it is finally available! I am a huge Melissa Manchester fan, but I'm passionate about her older albums/5(32).
  • Better Days & Happy Endings, an Album by Melissa Manchester. Released in on Arista (catalog no. AL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop.
  • Melissa Manchester is one of the premier female vocalists of the last three decades! She has had loads of charting albums over that time. Surprisingly very few of them have ever been issued on CD. Better Days & Happy Endings reached # 24 on the Billboard charts in /5(32).
  • Melissa Manchester Better Days & Happy Endings Vinyl LP Record Album Arista AL Nice condition, cover has some wear, see photos for condition and song titles, I am not a professional record grader, so look closely at the photos Classic rock on vinyl, just the way you remember, all original, the record you see is the one you getSeller Rating: % positive.
  • Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Melissa Manchester - Better Days & Happy Endings at Discogs. Complete your Melissa Manchester collection.
  • MELISSA MANCHESTER lot 4x LP singin DONT CRY OUT LOUD better days SELF TITLED. $ Genre: Pop. FAST 'N FREE. Artist: Loudness. Watch. MELISSA MANCHESTER DON'T CRY OUT LOUD VINYL LP ARISTA RECORDS CARAVAN, EX. $ Don't Cry out loud Melissa Manchester 33RPM TLJ. $
  • Better Days & Happy Endings, an Album by Melissa Manchester. Released in on Arista (catalog no. AQ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop.
  • VG - Shows scratches, nothing deep enough to cause the record to skip, but does show wear. Record Grade - VG+. NM - A flawless record, no marks at all. Plays perfectly. M- - .
  • Even so, Better Days & Happy Endings confirmed that Manchester had abandoned the individual creativity displayed on her second album, Bright Eyes, in favor of the potential mass commerciality glimpsed on Melissa, which meant that she became largely definable in terms of units sold, and by that measure her fourth album was a disappointment.

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