…..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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There’s a new online record store photo gallery – and you can contribute Dutch label Music On Vinyl launch Vinyl Stores blog. Joining Discogs’ Vinyl Hub database as a resource for curious record collectors, Music On Vinyl have unveiled their new photo blog Vinyl Stores, which will feature images and […]
Tractor: Rare 1972 UK 8-track LP on John Peel’s Dandelion label, regarded as a classic ‘lost’ album in prog/psyche rock circles. This band were so promising that John Peel actually funded the purchase of their PA system & part funded their recording studio, not something that you would do lightly […]
Inbetweener – The Best of Sleeper is a two CD exploration of the band’s brief time in the spotlight during the UK’s Britpop era, out this week. Definitely one to add to your collection since it features all the singles, fan favourites, and a few live tracks. If you also want the original […]