Latest rare and collectable ’90s vinyl in stock, including PJ Harvey, Pulp, Supergrass, Spiritualizesd and more

Every era of music has its traits, tropes, and fashion that helps definite it, and the ‘90s were no exception. The grunge, hip hop, dance, pop, indie and alternative scenes all had their own unique styles during this time, many of which are still prevalent in pop culture today. The music from ‘90s will live forever but tracking down original vinyl pressings is no easy feat, but it happens.

It would take an age to list everything here that we have in stock from the ‘90s, but you can see some highlights below and find the rest of our catalogue at

PULP Different Class (Rare 1995 UK 1st press limited edition 12-track vinyl LP including Disco 2000, Sorted For E’s & Wizz, Mis-Shapes and Common People. The hype-stickered black & silver embossed die-cut picture sleeve shows a little evidence of shelfwear to the edges & die-cut [including a very small tear] but comes complete with the lyric / credit inner plus the SIX double-sided picture inserts allowing you to choose your own front image. The vinyl itself has only cosmetic surface scuffs and appears in otherwise EX+ condition for its twenty five+ years! ILPS8041).

Supergrass I Should Coco + 7" + Shrinkwrap vinyl LP album (LP record) UK SGSLPIS742218

SUPERGRASS I Should Coco (Rare 1995 UK Parlophone label 13-track vinyl LP including the singles Caught By The Fuzz, Mansize Rooster, Lose It, Lenny and the classic indie hit Alright. Complete with a Bonus 7″ vinyl single featuring a version of the Jimi Hendrix classic Stone Free and Odd?. Housed in a hype-stickered picture sleeve with artwork inner – still in its opened shrinkwrap. The sleeve has a little shelfwear along the opening edge and both vinyl discs show only minorsigns of play PCSX7373).

Spiritualized Lazer Guided Melodies + Bonus 7" & Hype-sticker - EX 2-LP vinyl record set (Double LP Album) UK SPZ2LLA354358

SPIRITUALIZED Lazer Guided Melodies (Very rare 1992 UK limited edition ‘Chain With No Name’ issue 12-track double vinyl LP, complete with the exclusive 7″ vinyl single featuring Anyway That You Want Me and Why Don’t You Smile Now?. Housed in ahype-stickered glossy single-pocket picture sleeve with individual picture inners. The sleeve shows some light edge scuffing, whilst all three vinyl discs appear in excellent condition DEDLP004S).


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