This weeks highlights include an incredibly rare Paul McCartney test pressing, and first issue copies of rarities from The Mothers of Invention and Joy Division. Also look out for more rare items, imports, collectables and much, much more. Just check out our full listing now.
Paul McCartney – Memory Almost Full: Extremely Rare Sealed Test Pressing for the 2007 US Limited Edition 13-track LP pressed on 180gram Virgin Vinyl, never intended for the public in this form & only for sonic review before any kind of release. American test pressings for this album were kept firmly under lock & key with only five known copies thought to be out there. This serious collector’s item remains unopened & unplayed in a sealed tear bag with the breather holes,housed in a plain white reference sleeve with the rubber stamped ‘July 23 2007’ review date & catalogue/side details. A mint investment grade item. £195
The Mothers of Invention – Freak Out!: Incredibly rare original 1967 UK 11-track Stereo single LP on the black Verve label, superb front laminated flipback picture sleeve variant. This album was only ever released as a single albumin the UK, France, Italy & Germany & is far & away the most difficult to source of all the Zappa UK releases. This copy is in amazing condition! £250…
Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures: 1979 UK limited edition first issue 10-track LP, pressed on Translucent Ruby Red Vinyl [when held up to a light source] by Factory for the first week of release only, with picture labels & dead wax etchings reading ‘This Is The Way’, & ‘Step’, complete with round cornered tracklisting card inner, iconic Peter Saville designed fully textured picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear with a bit of edgescuffing and the vinyl remains in excellent condition with few signs of play £250
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