…..big hitters through the doors this week include a monster-rare 1st press Led Zeppelin debut LP with that all important turquoise lettering, a stonkingly rare John Lennon promo 7″ from 1974 (the 43rd rarest record in the world according to Record Collector – yikes!) more super-rare Smiths artwork, a mega-Queen collection with all manner of vinyl, imports and memorabilia, a 1978 Rolling Stones 7″ blue vinyl,Steven Wilson/Porcupine Tree rarity and much much more….find it all here here
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From Guardian Music Following the Beady Eye split, the real Oasis frontman is working on a new album of ‘chin-out music’ Life has changed considerably for Liam Gallagher during the last few years: as well as the split of his band Beady Eye, he and All Saints’ Nicole Appleton endured […]
…..more top quality rarities through the doors this week at eil Towers including a rather tasty ‘1st press ‘wide spine’ Beatles Sgt. Peppers LP, a selection of highly collectable Japanese ‘The Who’ 7″ singles, an autographed Dusty Springfield LP, a super rare Smashing Pumpkins 7″ single and promo only cassette […]
Forget 12″, Fiat does 15-metre. It’s become de rigueur for brands to use records to advertise domestic lifestyle choices that influence your purchase of, well, anything. Becks, First Direct, even Durex, have cashed in on the vinyl revival through marketing, as we explored in-depth here. Following in their footsteps, Fiat […]