Get More ‘BANG’ for your ‘BUCK’ with our Weekly Top 3 Affordable Rare Vinyl Records & Memorabilia’

Here at we realise not everyone’s pockets are so deep they can stump up the readies for that uber-collectable slab of vinyl, CD boxset, vintage memorabilia etc. With that in mind, we’ve put together this new weekly ‘Top 3’ of some of the more affordable collectables that pass through our doors each week, and no item will be more than £50. Check out more bargains in our store now.

Creedence Clearwater Revival – Willy And The Poor Boys: 1970 UK first issue 10-track vinyl LP on the blue Liberty label, filled with joyful and breezy tracks including the gleeful single ‘Down on the Corner’, textured picture sleeve. The sleeveshows some edgewear and whilst the vinyl is graded EX-/VG+ due to some visible scuffs/hairlines, these are largely cosmetic and do not greatly affect play – One of the greatest pure rock & roll records ever released! £35

Bruce Springsteen – Darkness On the Edge Of Town: Original 1978 US Columbia label 10-track LP, housed in a picture sleeve complete with inner sleeve and lyric insert. Although not sealed this copy does come in the original shrinkwrap with the rare ‘Badlands’ hype sticker on the front & the vinyl is in near mint condition. £35

Rock Machine I Love You: 1968 UK 14-track stereo compilation LP, including tracks by Laura Nyro, Simon And Garfunkel, Taj Mahal and The Byrds amongst others, vintage price-stickered fully laminated picture sleeve. The sleeve shows minimal shelfwear and the vinyl remains in excellent condition, with just some faint spindlewear to show for its near 50 years of existence – a very respectable copy! £20

These are just a small selection of our latest arrivals priced under £50, so head over there for more fantastic, and affordable rare records.
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