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ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Tabù, I (Impossibly Rare 1963 Italian-only 18-track LP, featuring Angelo Francesco Lavagnino's stirring score from the soundtrack to the infamous mondo movie. This long lost score makes exceptional use of melodrama, moods &exotic instrumentation for a travelogue film directed by Romolo Marcellini, otherwise known as Taboos Of The World. The English version was narrated by Vincent Price & edited in the same shockumentary style of 1962’s Mondo Cane. The textured picture sleeve is a stunning & unique design; the cover grades Excellent, with rich, vivid colours & just a little ring wear. The heavyweight vinyl, with rough textured black Cam labels, is Excellent with very few signs of play. This record is priced between 500-1000 dollars in Jeffrey Osborne's Movie-TV Soundtracks Price Guide, exceptionally hard to find & in outstanding condition. Here you have the only place to find this Italian mondo recording CMS30-079)

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ROLLING STONES The Rolling Stones Monthly Book (A superb COMPLETE set of THIRTY original issues of the UK fanzine from June 1964 to November 1966, produced by Beat Publishing, with each featuring thirty two pages of information including news, facts, biographies, pictures and more. This set comprises every issue from numbers one to number thirty, each one has just a little light wear as you would expect for something over fifty years old, but has no writting on the covers, which usually happened in Newsagents at the time. Overall in a spectacular condition, a great addition for any collection! 

ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Tabù, I (Impossibly Rare 1963 Italian-only 18-track LP, featuring Angelo Francesco Lavagnino’s stirring score from the soundtrack to the infamous mondo movie. This long lost score makes exceptional use of melodrama, moods &exotic instrumentation for a travelogue film directed by Romolo Marcellini, otherwise known as Taboos Of The World. The English version was narrated by Vincent Price & edited in the same shockumentary style of 1962’s Mondo Cane. The textured picture sleeve is a stunning & unique design; the cover grades Excellent, with rich, vivid colours & just a little ring wear. The heavyweight vinyl, with rough textured black Cam labels, is Excellent with very few signs of play. This record is priced between 500-1000 dollars in Jeffrey Osborne’s Movie-TV Soundtracks Price Guide, exceptionally hard to find & in outstanding condition. Here you have the only place to find this Italian mondo recording CMS30-079)
ABBA Slipping Through My Fingers (Legendary 1980 first press Japanese promotional 11-track PICTURE DISC LP issued by the Coca-Cola company. This rare first issue includes the forty two seconds of uncensored dialogue which was removed from thelater issue. The unique custom picture sleeve has only a few minor storage marks. The fold out Japanese lyric and info insert has some slight discolouration but is intact and included making for a complete set PD-1005).

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