Latest rock rarities and collectables, including PJ Harvey, Frank Zappa, Savoy Brown and more

Trying to explain what exactly constitutes rock music could take a life time. It is one of the broadest genres, and can be given almost any prefix. Prog-rock, alt-rock, jazz-rock, punk rock, psych rock…. the list is endless. It has been the subject much discussion, and rock has even been declared dead on numerous occasions.

Judging by the amount of rare and collectable vinyl we see from almost every corner of the rock music lexicon, the genre is very much alive and well. Below are a few of the latest arrivals we have in stock, ready to find a place in your collection. You can search for your favourite artists in our store to see our full range.

PJ Harvey – Rid Of Me: Rare 1992 UK 14-track vinyl LP, including the singles 50ft Queenie and Man-Size, picture sleeve complete with picture inner. The sleeve shows a little light discolouration to the spine edge and inner however, the vinyl appears in barely played condition. Hard to find in any condition! £150

Frank Zappa – Hot Rats: Rare 1969 UK 6-track three-colour Reprise ‘steamboat’ label LP boasting an array of jazz-fusion esque instrumentals including the oceans of harmony in Peaches En Regalia, ‘Willie The Pimp’ featuring Captain Beefheart on vocal duties with Jean Luc Ponty providing the violin for It Must Be A Camel, gatefold picture sleeve with an iconic cover design by Cal Schenkel. The sleeve shows minimal wear & the vinyl remains in excellent condition with just a few light surface scuffs to show for its forty five years £125

Savoy Brown – Looking In: Rare 1970 UK first issue 9-track stereo LP of mud-thick raw British blues & boogie, housed in a spectacular David Anstey artwork matte gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows minimal shelfwear & the vinyl remains in excellent condition with just a few light surface scuffs to show for over forty five years. £125… the world’s largest online retailer of rare and out of print vinyl, CDs and music memorabilia – since 1987.

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