If you were still buying vinyl in the ‘90s, you probably didn’t think that one day albums by Oasis, My Bloody Valentine, Ride, Nirvana, Alice In Chains, and countless others would be worth far more than you paid for them. While a lot of iconic albums from that time have seen high quality reissues, there’s no substitute for finding original pressings from the era. It’s not that sort of things that comes through doors every day here at eil.com, and when they do, they don’t stay for long.
The three titles below are just a taste of the ‘90s rarities we have in stock, and you can find the full catalogue at eil.com.
PINK FLOYD The Division Bell (Rare 1994 UK 11-track LP pressed on high quality vinyl, complete with illustrated lyric inner & glossy gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve is graded Excellent, with only some very light edge scuffing, mostly along the top edge, whilst the panels themselves remain bright and free from any real sign of creasing. The labels shows only very light spindle marks and the vinyl has just the odd light cosmetic surface scuff. A really nice example of this very hard to find 90s pressing! EMD1055).
TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Into The Great Wide Open (Rare 1991 German 12-track LP, complete with illustrated lyric inner, discography insert and glossy picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear & the vinyl itself remains in superb condition with little signs of play MCA10317).
P.J. HARVEY Rid Of Me (Rare 1992 UK first press 14-track LP, including the singles 50ft Queenie & Man-Size, picture sleeve complete with picture inner. The sleeve is Excellent with just a little minor wear & the vinyl is clean & in Excellent condition with merely the occasional faint paper scuff not affecting play. A superb copy! ILPS8002).
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