…more monster rarities through the eil Towers doors this week include two (quite possibly) unique pieces of Smiths artwork, they are original Rough Trade era artwork boards for a Queen Is Dead Melody Maker/Flyposter and a proposed cover for the Last Night I Dreamt Somebody Loved Me, offering a unique insight into the artistic process, for a band synonymous with sleeve imagery to see the art as works in progress like this is incredible, also look out for a handful of very hard-to-find Rolling Stones nineties/noughties vinyl, if jazz/jazz rock is your thing we have a whole host of rare British jazz plus a very rare Ian Carr LP on the always collectable Vertigo label, if that’s not enough look out for rare Japanese vinyl issues, new release limited edition box sets from Metallica and, as they say, much, much more….see them all here
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From the BBC. Joystick division! 10 bizarre band video games Ever since the early-80s arcade boom, musicians have looked to get involved with video games – as a creative brand extension, for hi-tech cred and increasingly, as a financial alternative to dwindling album sales. Everyone from Britney to The Beatles has appeared in their […]
We’ve more Frank Zappa today at eil.com than we can poke a stick at. Rare CDs, vintage t-shirts, LPs and rare posters. If you’ve got gaps in your collection, take a look at The Best Band You’ve Never Heard In Your Life and Don’t Let The Weasels Rip Your Flesh… Get […]
From the Guardian The late, great singer’s filmed introduction to the animated Christmas movie might be one of the least well-known parts of his career. But Bowie was a huge fan of Raymond Briggs, as those involved in the film recall In summer 1984, Iain Harvey was in London’s Charlotte […]