This weeks highlights include a black and gold label print of Please Please Me by The Beatles, along with rare ’90s vinyl from Roger Waters and Bruce Springsteen. Also look out for rare Japanese imports from Queen and Jethro Tull, as well as much, much more. Just check out our full listing now.
The Beatles – Please Please Me :Rare 1963 UK first press second variant 14-track mono vinyl LP on the legendary black & gold Parlophone label, with ‘Northern Songs Ltd’ label publishing credit for the songs I Saw Her Standing There, Misery, Do You Want To Know A Secret & There’s A Place, & “Dick James Mus. Co” credit for Please Please Me, housed in the Ernest J Day front laminated flipback picture sleeve with large mono logo on the top right hand corner of the sleeve & ‘Photo: Angus McBean’ credit to the far bottom right £2,495
Roger Waters – Amused To Death: Sealed & Genuine 1992 Dutch Limited Edition 14-track double LP pressed on 180gram Premium Virgin Vinyl & mastered direct to lacquer from the original analogue master tapes, housed in a heavy duty picture sleeve complete with 16-page high quality illustrated lyric booklet & die-cut black inners. This incredible collector’s copy remains factory sealed from new with the large tracklist sticker on the outer shrinkwrap, the contents mint & unplayed £395
Bruce Springsteen – In Concert / MTV Unplugged: 1993 Dutch limited edition 13-track double live LP issued to coincide with his 1993 European Tour, housed in a red circular hype stickered picture sleeve with tour dates on the reverse & lyric inners. The cover is Excellent with minimal wear & no splits to the inners whilst the vinyl discs are both Excellent with very few signs of play. Now tough to find nineties vinyl, pressed when the CD market took over!. £175
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