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.
RUSH Rush (Debut 1975 Japanese first press 8-track LP on the dark blue & silver Mercury label manufactured by Nippon Phonogram, housed in a deluxe lyric picture sleeve complete with the super rare wide red & white obi-strip. The packaging appears in Excellent condition, with some light spots of foxing front & back, a natural occurence with Japanese paper goods over time – The vinyl is nice & clean & in Excellent condition with merely the odd faint paper hairline visible under a brightlight. Now really hard to find complete, this is the best example you’re likely to find! RJ-6028).
THE BEATLES Abbey Road (1969 UK 16-track stereo LP with rare misaligned Apple print on the back cover, without ‘Her Majesty’ credit on sleeve or label, fully laminated picture sleeve PCS7088)
QUEEN Seven Seas Of Rhye (Extremely rare 1974 Finnish solid centre 7″ vinyl single on the cream & red EMI label with ‘NCB’ in a box at the top, also includes See What A Fool I’ve Been, within a plain die-cut paper sleeve. This was not released in a picture sleeve and we belive there were no company sleeves from Finland. This example remains in an Excellent condition with some minor cosmetic surface marks, but plays through without any problems or sound issues. A stunning example and the first copy of this hard to find pressing we have ever seen! EMI2121).
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