Bigger is not always better: Super Rare 7″ Vinyl Singles In Stock At

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PINK FLOYD Free Four Extremely Rare 1972 Japanese Special <B>Promotional-Only</B> vinyl 7″, one of the rarest limited edition promo-only Pink Floyd 45s from Japan, also including ‘Absolutely Curtains’ on the b-side. The Odeon labels are custom black on white with ‘Promotional Copy For DJ Use Only’ print to the right, manufactured by Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd, complete with a stunning & unique flipback picture sleeve with all-over silk finish. The sleeve appears Excellent – on close inspection, there are some very faint crease marks with age and the occasional small cosmetic tape mark on the back. A natural spot of colour fade is noticeable along the spine and top edge of no concern but there are no tears or writing. This is simply a stunning example and an amazing find. Better still, the labels appear Mint and the vinyl is Near Mint with an incredible deep sheen both sides with only the very lightest few signs of play. Hard to find and surely a crown jewel in any serious PF collection! 4RS-322

JOHN LENNON AND THE BLEECHERS Ram You Hard – Very rare 1970 UK 7″ vinyl single with intact four prong centre, also including Soul Stew by Meditators, plain die cut sleeve. A slice of rude reggae from the hands of Lee Perry & led by Leo Graham, backed by the Upsetters, that does not feature John Lennon of Beatle fame. The vinyl on this copy remains in fantastic condition with just a couple of light paper scuffs evident and very little sign of play. A fantastic copy of this hard to find Perry production PM23


STIMULATORS Loud Fast Rules! – Ultra rare 1980 US wide centred 7″ vinyl single, complete with fold out review insert with phone number, slightly oversized picture sleeve with orginal phone number on the back CD570  – click here for much more

THE ELDORADOS The Eldorados – Very Rare 1963 UK 4-track 7″ EP with four-prong centre, by the leading Rock N Roll twang group of Rhodesia & one of the hardest to find Decca EPs from that year. Features the tracks Kathie, Night Train, Zambesi & Fleetwood, unique front laminated flipback ‘tremelo arm’ sleeve. The sleeve & vinyl are in Near Mint condition with few signs of age wear & play DFE8543


THE FALL Marquis Cha Cha – Mega rare withdrawn 1982 UK French-pressed Kamera injection moulded 7″ vinyl single, also includes Papal Visit but actually plays ‘Room To Live’. The thin picture sleeve has a very small seam split along the top
edge and a little general edge scuffing and ringwear, whilst the vinyl shows very little evidence of play. These were withdrawn and pressing was abruptly halted due to the Kamera record label closing, making this an instant collectable ERA14 – the world’s best online store for rare, collectable & out of print Vinyl Records, CDs & Music memorabilia since 1987


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