Today’s Rarest Picks: Staggeringly Rare Vinyl LPs & Singles From Pink Floyd

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The Pink Floyd – Odeon Sampler 1971 Japanese Promotional Only LP

We reported yesterday that we’ve had more properly rare records in the last week than we’ve brewed cups of tea (and that’s an eye watering amount). Some of these are not even making it to the warehouse, being snapped up in minutes. The product team are in a frenzy…

Find the top pieces in our Blue Chip Store here [if they haven’t left the building already] and keep checking back.

 

Today’s Top Picks are from the one and only Pink Floyd:-

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The Wall – Super Rare 1979 Italian-only limited edition 26-track double LP pressed on Translucent Orange Vinyl, unavailable in this colour anywhere else in the world with just 670 numbered copies known to exist. The gatefold picture sleeve is numbered ‘213’ on the inside right panel & complete with the lyric card inners & the original Italian press release booklet! The matte sleeve is Excellent with just the lightest patch of shelf wear& both vinyl discs appear Near Mint with barely any evidence of play 3C164-63410/11 – see more here

 

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See Emily Play (Extremely rare & genuine 1967 US wide centred promotional vinyl 7″655164c for the single, limited to just 250 copies for review before the stock copies were released to the public. The Tower labels are custom black on white, with ‘Not For Sale’ print, no text along the bottom edge & an ‘A’ in block style above the T logo on the left side. The matrices are hand scratched in the run-outs & read: 61461 T-356 R-1126 / 61462 T-356 R-1127. The picture sleeve is printed black on light pink with the UK’s Melody Maker ‘Pop 30’ list on the back, which shows See Emily Play highlighted as a chart climber at #10. See ‘more info’ for condition details

 

 

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655250cNot Now John – Super Rare & Very Cool 1983 Japanese promotional-only wide centred vinyl 7″ for the single, also featuring the album b-side, Your Possible Pasts – this b-side was replaced with The Hero’s Return Parts I + II forthe stock release. The labels are custom rubber stamped black on white with additional red highlighted Japanese text listing the track lengths. What makes this very desirable is the unique double-sided cover, essentially two sheets of paper pasted to a CBS/Sony company sleeve, in blood splattered red with ‘The Final Cut’ advertisement & exclusive Japanese text. It looks like something out of a Beat Takeshi yakuza movie! Both the sleeve & vinyl are near mint, with merely the very lightest few signs of play XDSP93036 – see more here

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