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 an exhibition exclusive David Bowie 7″, a live Rolling Stones set record in 1978, and an early Guns N Roses release. Head to our store to see our full listing of vinyl rarities and collectables.
Paul McCartney – Tug Of War: Very rare Autographed 1982 UK 12-track vinyl LP, his third solo studio album including Take It Away, Get It & Ebony And Ivory, picture sleeve with illustrated lyric inner. The inner has been signed by Eric Stewart, George Martin, Linda McCartney and George Butler! and also includes Paul’s signature separately on the back of an envelope. Please see more info below for further details on this fantastic item £995
Nirvana – Bleach: 1992 US Limited Edition 12-track LP pressed exclusively on Red & White Marble Splattered Vinyl, complete with a bonus 7″ single for Sliver/Dive on Blue Vinyl, with both parts housed in their respective picture sleeves. The album vinyl appears Near Mint & the single vinyl disc is Excellent with just the odd light spot of play. The picture sleeve has no deletion cuts & is still in the original open shrink, & although the shrink has split, it has kept the sleeve exceptionally nice, retaining the rare black & silver hype sticker. Only 500 copies were ever pressed [this is number 424], making for an instant collectable upon release & now super rare & in demand! £795
Nick Drake – Bryter Layter: Super Rare Test Pressing for the 2013 UK audiophile issue of the classic 1970 9-track LP pressed on 180gm Vinyl, expertly remastered as an authentic reproduction of the original pressing, with plain white labels & ‘BC26284’ etched in the run-outs. Very few of these would have been made, usually by the cutting engineer purely to test the sonics, & even fewer escape into the hands of collectors. The vinyl remains ‘as new’ £250
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