Get More ‘BANG’ for your ‘BUCK’ with our Weekly Affordable Rare Vinyl Records & Memorabilia 12/12/2017

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.

The Killers – Sawdust: 2007 UK limited edition 17-track double vinyl LP set comprising a collection of their b-sides and rarities including Tranquilize [featuring Velvet Underground’s Lou Reed], their cover version of Joy Division’s Shadowplay [from Anton Corbijn’s biopic, ‘Control’], as well as a cover of Kenny Rogers and the First Edition’s Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town plus Leave The Bourbon on The Shelf, the first part in the famed murder trilogy of ‘Hot Fuss’ [with ‘Jenny Was a Friend of Mine’ & ‘Midnight Show’] and much more. Housed in the gatefold picture sleeve which remains in <B>sealed</B> within its hype-stickered shrinkwrap! £30

Duran Duran – Strange Behaviour Tour EP: Scarce 1987 Italian-only EMI 4-track limited edition 12″ picture disc EP, featuring Notorious [Extended Mix and Latin Rascals Mix] plus Skin Trade [Parisian Mix and Stretch Mix by Larry Levan], housed ina die-cut picture sleeve – still in the original open shrink with tracklisting insert. £40

Ice T – O.G. Original Gangster: 1991 UK 16-track vinyl LP includes the superb title track plus ‘Body Count’, which features his metal alter-egos of the same name, picture sleeve with lyric inner. The sleeve has a little light edgewear; the vinylhas a few light surface scuffs and hairline – overall an excellent copy offered at an advantageous price. £20… the world’s largest online retailer of rare and out of print vinyl, CDs and music memorabilia – since 1987.

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