This weeks highlights include an incredibly rare Marcus Roll Band test pressing, and rarities from The Beatles and the Misfits. Also look out for more rare items, imports, collectables and much, much more. Just check out our full listing now.
Marcus Hook Roll Band – Tales Of Old Grand-Daddy: Rare 1973 Australian 10-track LP on the tan & red EMI label, noted for being the recording debut of future AC/DC founders Angus Young & Malcolm Young. The matte picture sleeve is intact with clean panels & grades VG with corner creasing, edge scuffing & ring wear [1″ paper split in the spine], inevitable due to the thin nature of the design. The vinyl has a deep sheen both sides & grades VG/VG+ with multiple hairlines & light marks which have little effect on play. £695
The Beatles – Tomorrow Never Knows: Top archive quality super-rare 2012 UK 14-track promotional-only LP, pressed on heavyweight audiophile vinyl. Housed inside a printed sleeve with a faux aged appearance, designed to look as if it had come froma studio or bootlegger! The tracklisting on the back gives no real clue as to the purpose of this promotional album, but a look inside shows the Apple iTunes logo and instructions on how to redeem your exclusive promotional code for a digitalcopyof the album contents – note, this code has long since expired. A very late entry into the canon of Beatles rarities, but destined to become a biggie as the issue was strictly limited to just 1,000 copies worldwide. A unique compilation, this example remains in UNPLAYED MINT condition. £695
THE MISFITS Horror Business: Very rare 1979 US 3-track wide-centred 7″, pressed on transparent yellow vinyl, limited to just 2000 copies. Complete with picture sleeve, horror story insert, and ‘Fiend Club’ merchandise insert. Also includes Teenagers From Mars, and Children In Heat. £595
eil.com… the world’s largest online retailer of rare and out of print vinyl, CDs and music memorabilia – since 1987.