Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including The Kinks, May Blitz, The Who and more

There’s nothing more satisfying than finding that one record you have been desperately searching for. The one that you have been saving for, waiting for the day it appears and you are ready to make it the centerpiece of your collection. Providing the best, valuable, and high quality records and memorabilia is what we have a passion for here, and it has been our mission since the start.

Each week we give you a round up of the premium collectables we currently have that are just waiting for the perfect home. You can see our top three highlights below, which include a first issue mono LP by The Kinks, a rare May Blitz LP on the Vertigo label, and a Japanese 7″ from The Who. Head to our store to see our full listing of vinyl rarities and collectables.

The Kink – Are The Village Green Preservation Society: Very Rare 1968 UK first issue 15-track MONO vinyl LP on the powder blue Pye label, simply an all time classic & a fan favourite in mono, with ‘Do You Remember Walter’ & ‘People Take Pictures Of Each Other’ standing out as particularly superior to their stereo mixes, front laminated internal pocket gatefold picture sleeve £500

May Blitz – May Blitz: Rare original 1970 UK 7-track LP on the large ‘swirl’ Vertigo label with machine stamped ‘1Y/1/2Y/1’ matrices in the run-outs, housed in a matte gatefold picture sleeve with artwork by Tony Benyon & the original ‘0470’ dated poly swirl inner. The sleeve appears Excellent with just a little minor edge scuffing & very faint age wear in places, with all text clearly legible. The vinyl has been professionally cleaned & grades VG/VG+ with some light play evident & the odd faint mark which has little to no effect. A very nice, if not mint, example of this Vertigo rarity. £295

The Who – Call Me Lightning: Extremely rare 1968 Japanese Polydor label 2-track wide centred 7″ vinyl single, also including Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, comes complete with the unique flipback picture sleeve with lyrics on reverse. The sleeve shows just a little age yellowing / foxing to the back of the sleeve however, the vinyl remains in beautiful ‘as new’ condition £250

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