The Weekly Top 3 affordable vinyl rarities including New Order, Joy Division, The Fall and more

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.

New Order Everything's Gone Green - Purple 7" vinyl single (7 inch record) UK NEW07EV582929

NEW ORDER Everything’s Gone Green (1981 UK 7″ vinyl single on the B Music label, also including Procession, thick card purple picture sleeve edition. The sleeve shows minimal wear whilst the vinyl remains excellent with only light signs of play FAC53).

Joy Division Transmission 7" vinyl single (7 inch record) UK JOY07TR42590

JOY DIVISION Transmission (Scarce 1979 UK solid centre 7″ vinyl single, also including Novelty, textured picture sleeve. The sleeve shows faint ringwear and some edgewear, while the vinyl looks in near ‘as new’ condition FAC13).

The Fall How I Wrote Elastic Man 7" vinyl single (7 inch record) UK FLL07HO08901

THE FALL How I Wrote Elastic Man (1980 UK Rough Trade label solid centre 7″ vinyl single which finds Mark E. Smith delivering one of his finest vocal performances and also includes the equally superb City Hobgoblins. The blue picture sleeve has some ringwear evident to the front, whilst the vinyl appears barely played RT048).

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