Every era of music has its traits, tropes, and fashion that helps definite it, and the ‘90s were no exception. The grunge, hip hop, dance, pop, indie and alternative scenes all had their own unique styles during this time, many of which are still prevalent in pop culture today. The music from ‘90s will live forever but tracking down original vinyl pressings is no easy feat, but it happens.
It would take an age to list everything here that we have in stock from the ‘90s, but you can see some highlights below and find the rest of our catalogue at eil.com.
DEATH IN VEGAS Dead Elvis (1997 UK 8-track double vinyl LP including Dirt and Rocco, picture sleeve with picture/credits inners. The sleeve shows only minor wear and the vinyl has a few cosmetic surface scuffs – overall an excellent copy HARD22LP12).
DAVID BOWIE Heroes (1991 UK 12-track digitally remastered LP, issued as part of the ‘Sound+Vision’ series. Features the entire 1977 album plus two previously unreleased bonus tracks – Abdulmajid & Joe The Lion – Remix, housed in a hype stickered& barcoded gatefold sleeve replicating the original album’s artwork. The sleeve has some notable creasing and scuffs on the spine plus some general edgewear, whilst the vinyl has just a few cosmetic scuffs. A great play copy offered at an advantageous price EMD1025).
BLACK SABBATH Tyr (Rare 1990 UK first issue 9-track vinyl LP with A1/B1 matrices, the fifteenth album from the british group featuring Cozy Powell on drums and Tony Martin on vocals, glossy picture sleeve with lyric inner. The sleeve shows a little wear to the corners with a residual sticker mark on rear and the vinyl has a few light scuff marks, especially on Side 1. A great example of this hard to find 90s pressing EIRSA1038).
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