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Audio record, ‘Leilani/Leilani II’, Hoodoo Gurus, vinyl, Phantom, Australia,1982. 45rpm. Also paper cover with colour illustration of Polynesian beach scene with 2 people.

Made by Phantom Records in Australia, Oceania, 1982.

Audio record, ‘Leilani/Leilani II’, Hoodoo Gurus, vinyl, Phantom, Australia,1982

Summary

Object No.

93/272/5

Object Statement

Audio record, 'Leilani/Leilani II', Hoodoo Gurus, vinyl, Phantom, Australia,1982. 45rpm. Also paper cover with colour illustration of Polynesian beach scene with 2 people.

Physical Description

Audio record, 'Leilani/Leilani II', Hoodoo Gurus, vinyl, Phantom, Australia,1982

Marks

On paper cover, LE HOODOO GURUS

Production

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1993

Acquisition Date

15 July 1993

Cite this Object

Harvard

Audio record, 'Leilani/Leilani II', Hoodoo Gurus, vinyl, Phantom, Australia,1982. 45rpm. Also paper cover with colour illustration of Polynesian beach scene with 2 people. 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 March 2019, <https://ma.as/132878>

Wikipedia

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