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.
THE CRANBERRIES Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We? (1993 UK limited edition 12-track audiophile LP, housed in a fully textured plain black card sleeve with the large picture/tracklist sticker attached as well as the circular hype sticker with black die-cut inner. The lyric booklet is not included, otherwise the sleeve displays minimal wear & the vinyl shows very few signs of play. A really nice one owner example of this hard to find 90s pressing! ILPS8003).
PAGE & PLANT Walking Into Clarksdale (1998 UK 12-track Direct Metal Mastered audiophile double LP pressed on 200gm Virgin Vinyl, housed in a deluxe gatefold picture sleeve with printed inner sleeves. Apart from a small vintage sticker mark in the top right corner, the sleeve displays minimal wear or signs of age, whilst the vinyl remains in a ‘near mint’ condition. A top copy of this hard-to-find ’90s vinyl rarity).
TEXAS Ricks Road (1993 UK 12-track vinyl LP, the group’s third studio album including So Called Friend, housed in a picture sleeve with lyric inner featuring black and white photographs. The sleeve displays some light wear with some edge & corner scuffs, whilst the vinyl shows only light signs of play. A nice example of this 90s pressing, only the second we have seen in ten years!).
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