Our catalogue of affordable, mid-price items is constantly rotating and growing by the day. We have a fantastic stock of vinyl, collectable CD, weird and wonderful memorabilia and more priced below £50 and ready to make its way to your collection. There’s something for everyone here no matter what budget you allow for feeding your record collection.
We’ve picked out three highlights below, and you can see the full range of affordable items over at eil.com
JOY DIVISION Atmosphere (1980 UK first issue 12” single, with FACUS2/UKA/B label catalogue number, 2/9/80 release date & groove notations: ‘Here Are The Young Men’ / ‘But Where Have They Been’, also featuring a re-recording of She’s Lost Control, picture sleeve with ‘[UK]’ on the reverse bottom edge. This was released by Factory in the UK due to the fact that copies of a US version [with sides reversed] were being imported into the country. The sleeve shows just the lightest shelfwear & the vinyl remains near ‘as new’ with few signs of play FACUS2).
JESSE FULLER Move On Down The Line (1965 UK 11-track vinyl LP, singing and playing his 12-string guitar, kazoo and fotdella, with sleeve notes by Joe Boyd, front laminated picture sleeve. The sleeve is in Excellent condiiton, clean and bright with little signs of it being 56 years old, whilst the vinyl has a few light hairlines and grades as Excellent 12T134).
CARDIACS The Nighttracks Radio 1 Session (Rare 1988 UK 4-track 12″ vinyl single including live versions of R.E.S., Buds And Spawn, In A City Lining and Cameras/Is This Life recorded exclusively for BBC Radio 1 on 29th November 1987, issued in a black & white picture sleeve. The sleeve shows minimal storagewear and the vinyl itself remains in near ‘as new’ condition! SFNT013).
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