It’s strange to think that out there in the world there are U2 branded disco balls, miniature toy cars emblazoned with Madonna’s logo, or even prophylactics from dutch metal band, Hammerfall. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the memorabilia that record companies have produced to help promote artists on their roster, and if you are looking for that interesting piece to add to your collection then you have come to the right place.
We’ve picked out a few of the rare and interesting highlights we have in stock, and you can find the full catalogue of what’s available over at eil.com
CARAVAN In Concert 1975 (Rare 1975 UK 9.5″ x 7″ 12-page tour programme, featuring photographs, biographies and a couple of great adverts for both the band and their Decca stablemates Curved Air. This copy is in stunning Near Mint condition andcomes with a ticket stub for the Friday 14th March show at The Apollo, Glasgow. A superb item and the first we have ever seen!).
GEORGE MICHAEL Older – Brit Awards 1997 (Stunning and original 1997 billboard poster repromoting the album having won Best British Male Solo Artist, Best Single and Best Video [Fastlove] & Best Album! Measuring an impressive 60″ x 40″, depicting the album artwork with the addition of the Brit Award wins, what a cracker this is. Never used, never pasted or pinned and stored rolled since 1997. Perfect for framing and display)
THE FALL Perverted By Language (Very rare tour poster for the 1983 German ‘Perverted By Language’ tour, featuring the surreal album artwork by Danish born painter, Claus Castenskiold, with the artist name in black & the album title in purple along the top. There are also two ads for the German releases of the albums, Hex Enduction Hour & Room To Live, bottom left. This thirty-five year-old poster remains in wonderful condition with just some minimal edge wear over the years, perfect for framing!).
Check out our catalogue of rare and collectable vinyl on eil.com, and if you have any items to sell, please call us on 01474 815099