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.
FREDDIE MERCURY The Freddie Mercury Album (Rare 1992 UK 11-track vinyl LP, a posthumous solo compilation album with material from Queen frontman and vocalist, released to observe the first anniversary of his sad passing, including new remixes plus the original versions of Barcelona, Love Kills, Exercises In Free Love and The Great Pretender. The glossy picture sleeve shows minimal wear complete with the lyric inner and the vinyl looks barely played. A really nice copy of this early 90s release! PCSD124).
CHEMICAL BROTHERS Dig Your Own Hole (1997 UK 11-track double LP, including the singles Block Rockin’ Beats and Setting Sun, with guest appearances from Noel Gallagher and Beth Orton. Housed in a gatefold sleeve with illustrated inners. The sleeve shows some light edgewear, whilst the vinyl appears near as new XDUSTLP2).
TORI AMOS Little Earthquakes (Classic 1991 German 12-track LP, widely regarded as one of the standout debut albums of the last twenty years, as it oozes quality & integrity, picture sleeve with lyrics on reverse. The sleeve shows a bit of shelfwear & the vinyl remains in decent condition (EX-) with a few light hairlines throughout).
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