The ‘90s will be remembered for many things, and the influence from that time still resonates with audiences new and old to this day. Vinyl from that time has become incredibly popular with collectors hunting down original pressings that were manufactured in limited quantities. When we see records from that time here, they don’t stay for long, but we always aim to bring the best quality titles to you.
We’ve picked out a handful of ‘90s vinyl highlights that we have in stock below, and you can find the full range at eil.com.
SLAYER Seasons In The Abyss (1990 UK 10-track LP, the fifth studio album by the thrash metal band, their last to feature drummer Dave Lombardo until 2006’s Christ Illusion; glossy picture sleeve with illustrated lyric inner. The sleeve has some wear especially to the edges & corners, the inner has a small seam split on one side and although the vinyl shows some scuffs/marks these do not affect play).
LED ZEPPELIN Remasters (1990 UK 24-track triple vinyl LP compilation set manufactured in Germany, digitally remastered by Jimmy Page and George Marino at Sterling Sound, New York, in May 1990, tri-fold glossy picture sleeve. The sleeve on thisexample has a little spine wear and minor edge scuffing; whilst the vinyl has just a couple of minor surface marks, but little evidence of play. An excellent example of this pressing thirty-years on ZEP1).
MEAT LOAF Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell (1993 UK first issue 11-track vinyl LP, including the hit single I’d Do Anything For Love [But I Won’t Do That], within a glossy picture sleeve. The sleeve displays minimal wear, whilst the vinyl is Near Mint. A great example of this 90s vinyl pressing V2710).
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