Top 10 Collectible Vinyl, CDs, Merchandise and Music Memorabilia added this week

…some major records through the doors at eil towers this week, with killer original pressings of top notch British vinyl rarities from King Crimson ‘In The Court Of’, plus Nirvana (UK) ‘All Of Us’, superb (and rare) late ’60s pysch/groover from 32nd Turnoff, 1st press 1968 John Martyn ‘The Tumbler’ also look out for two mega-rare Japanese Iron Maiden 7″ singles, signed Faith No More LP and more besides…Here’s a few highlights, for full Top 10 click here

NIRVANA All Of Us: Rare original 1968 UK 12-track stereo LP on the rough textured pink Island label with orange ‘eye’ logo, including Rainbow Chaser & Tiny Goddess. For this incredible collector’s copy we shall grade the vinyl first, because it is SPECTACULAR. We believe you will not find a cleaner looking copy on the planet. It appears….
….NEAR MINT, barely having ever seen a turntable in its life. The matt picture sleeve only reaches a VG grade but it is still a nice example, albeitwith some paper loss around the edge & some ring wear. All text is legible & it completes a really nice example of this Island rarity, more info here
IRON MAIDEN Wrathchild: Rare 1981 Japanese-only 7″ vinyl single with the Eddie & street light picture labels, also including Ghengis Khan, complete with a unique picture insert featuring a great live on stage image & printed with lyrics for the title track in English & Japanese on the reverse. This single was never commercially released outside…
..Japan, with just a promotional Compact Disc in the America. The insert has just a few light creases with minimal signs of wear, whilst the vinyl shows little evidence of play, a really outstanding copy, more info here
JOHN MARTYN The Tumbler: Rare & desirable 1968 first UK issue 12-track stereo LP on the rough textured pink ‘eye’ Island label, a stunning British Folk Psych effort produced by Al Stewart & only Martyn’s second album, expanding on the first toinclude jazzy textures from flautist Harold McNair. The front laminated picture sleeve…
…shows a little ring wear & a faint corner crease & the colours remain fantastic, the spine majestic. The heavyweight vinyl is super clean & grades VG+/EX-with just a couple of faint paper hairline scuffs not affecting play. A very tough first issue to find! More info here
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