This weeks Top 3 affordable vinyl, CD and memorabilia arrivals including Led Zeppelin, OMD, The Cure and more

Not every record has to be in triple figures to take pride and place in your collection. We have a constantly rotating stock of mid-price vinyl LP’s, 7” singles and collectable CD’s for less than £50. Just because they aren’t as rare or high priced as the white whales of the world, doesn’t mean they are any less important and can make great additions to your collection.

Below are just a few of the most recent highlights that have made their way to us, and you can see the rest of our affordable catalogue over at

LED ZEPPELIN Led Zeppelin II (70s UK eighth issue of the 1969 9-track stereo LP on an orange & green Atlantic label, with band name label print & ‘Killing Floor’ credit on label but ‘The Lemon Song’ on the gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve [VG+] shows some light ring wear scuffing & minor foxing whilst the vinyl is clean & appears barely played K40037).

Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Dazzle Ships vinyl LP album (LP record) UK OMDLPDA125863

O.M.D. Dazzle Ships (1983 UK 12-track vinyl LP, something of a Radiohead’s ‘Kid A’ of its day, full of leftfield experimental pop, led by the single Genetic Engineering; housed in a die-cut gatefold picture sleeve has an internal pocket housing the yellow & pink inner. The sleeve displays some light general wear and the vinyl looks barely played V2261).

The Cure The Top - 1st vinyl LP album (LP record) UK CURLPTH104347

THE CURE The Top (1984 UK 10-track vinyl LP, including The Caterpillar, Shake Dog Shake and Wailing Wall, picture sleeve with illustrated lyric inner. The sleeve has a little light wear whilst the vinyl looks barely played FIXS9).

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