Paul Weller solo vinyl rarities collection just in…..

… it through the doors this week is an incredible all vinyl collection from the ‘Modfather’ himself, Mr Paul Weller. The majority of Weller’s solo LPs were pressed in very low numbers (the ’90s was the decade for the CD) and have become quite the collectors items – now’s your chance to grab a rarity while you can, you can see the full list here

PAUL WELLER Modern Classics – The Greatest Hits (1998 UK limited edition box set featuring 16 classic tracks pressed across four 7″ vinyl singles including Peacock Suit, Sunflower, Wild Wood, The Changingman, You Do Something To Me, Brand NewStar & many more. Each single comes in its own die-cut picture sleeve and are housed together within a superb numbered 7½” glossy square picture box with a terrific 16-page photo book and an art print, more info here


PAUL WELLER As Is Now (2005 UK 14-track Double vinyl LP, the eighth studio album from the Modfather including the singles From The Floorboards Up & Come On / Let’s Go, front-glossed gatefold picture sleeve with lyric inners & pin-up litho print.The sleeve displays almost no trace of wear whilst the vinyl has just one paper scuff and otherwise looks unplayed, a fantastic ‘near as new’ example, more info here


PAUL WELLER Studio 150 (2004 UK limited edition 12-track vinyl LP, pressed on heavyweight vinyl, featuring cover versions of rock & pop classics including songs by Nolan Porter, Rose Royce, Tim Hardin, Bob Dylan, Gil Scott-Heron and Burt Bacharach, superbly presented in thick card front-laminated flip-back ‘old style’ picture sleeve with photo inner bag. The sleeve shows very little wear and the vinyl is superb, with little to indicate play *** Limited To 2000 Copies Worldwide ****** More info here

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