This weeks Top 3 affordable vinyl, CD and memorabilia arrivals including Phil Collins, Morrissey, The Doors and more

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

Phil Collins Serious Hits...Live! - EX 2-LP vinyl record set (Double LP Album) UK COL2LSE362597

PHIL COLLINS Serious Hits…Live! (1990 UK 15-track double LP, Phil’s first greatest live hits package recorded at various locations during the Serious Tour 1990, gatefold picture sleeve with live montage inners. The sleeve shows some light edgewear and one of the inners has a side seam split, whilst the vinyl is in near as new condition. A great copy! PCLP1).

Morrissey Viva Hate vinyl LP album (LP record) UK MORLPVI522607

MORRISSEY Viva Hate (1988 UK 12-track vinyl LP with aid from producer Stephen Street & guitarist Vini Reilly, including Suedehead & Everyday Is Like Sunday. The glossy picture sleeve has only minor shelfwear but comes with its picture / lyric inner and the vinyl looks barely played CSD3787).

The Doors Morrison Hotel - Butterfly Label vinyl LP album (LP record) UK DORLPMO768627

THE DOORS Morrison Hotel (Circa 1974 UK ‘butterfly’ label issue of the 1970 11-track LP with no Warner logo at the end of the perimeter label print, housed in a matte gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows minimal shelf wear & the vinyl looks barely played. A fantastic example K42080).

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