Certain records you have been searching for only come around once in a blue moon, and we do our best to try and help you with that by securing the best premium, high end stock around. Some of the titles we see regularly, but now and then you may just find the white whale you have desperately been searching for.
We’ve highlighted three of our latest premium arrivals below, and you can find the rest of our wonderful titles over at eil.com.
THE BEATLES The Collection (Rare and Spectacular US Mobile Fidelity limited edition vinyl LP box set, containing the COMPLETE 14 half-speed mastered ‘Original Master Recording’ AUDIOPHILE stereo LP series, from the Please Please Me album to Let It Be, all pressed on High Definition Super Vinyl by the Victor Company of Japan, and all housed in custom picture sleeves within a handsome, gold-embossed library case. Also included is the custom booklet, Geo-Disc, original project pre-order form/brochure, confirmation/notification letter and warranty, PLUS the original factory mailer box, which was quite noticeably used to ship this item when it was initially distributed, and has definitely done its job in keeping the library case and all its contents in MINT condition! BC-1).
IRON MAIDEN Piece Of Mind (Super rare original 1983 vintage UK promotional poster for their fourth studio album and the first to feature drummer Nicko McBrain. Artwork illustration by Derek Riggs. Measuring an impressive 60″ x 40″ in size, featuring the fantastic image of Eddie in a straight-jacket, taken from the album artwork but without the background. Band name at the top split over two lines, the album title script at the bottom with ‘New Album New Cassette’ text below. This example has been folded for many yearsand an unintended consequence is that the folds appear to resemble a padded cell, which incidentally was the original background for the album cover artwork! Small pinholes to each corner, otherwise in remarkable condition for a 37 year old poster).
HAROLD MCNAIR Harold Mcnair (Very rare 1968 UK first issue 9-track stereo LP on the black RCA ‘red spot’ label, starring Bill Le Sage, Tony Carr and Spike Heatley; second editions were an orange RCA label and the third issue repackaged in 1972, this being the most desirable with superior artwork. Features the beautiful Indecision, the jazz dancer The Hipster plus three standards left off the ’72 edition [in favour of Spacecraft]; Secret Love, Darn That Dream and On A Clear Day YouCan See Forever. Still yet to see a reissue on CD in its complete form, this is a must-have British jazz classic, front laminated picture sleeve. The sleeve has a few spots of discolouration to the reverse and has a 1cm tear to the opening edge of the front, otherwise shows little wear with the artwork still bright & clear. The labels have a few faint marks, whilst the vinyl shows very little sign of play leaving it a fantastic Ex – a rare pressing of an already scarce release! SF7969).
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