Latest rare and collectable ’90s vinyl in stock, including Deep Purple, Roxy Music, Happy Mondays and more

The ‘90s will be remembered for many things, and the influence from that time still resonates with audiences new and old to this day. Vinyl from that time has become incredibly popular with collectors hunting down original pressings that were manufactured in limited quantities. When we see records from that time here, they don’t stay for long, but we always aim to bring the best quality titles to you.

We’ve picked out a handful of ‘90s vinyl highlights that we have in stock below, and you can find the full range at

DEEP PURPLE Slaves And Masters (1990 UK 9-track LP, pressed in Germany for the UK market, complete with original picture/lyric inner, glossy picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only light shelfwear and the vinyl appears barely played PL90535).

Roxy Music Heart Still Beating 2-LP vinyl record set (Double LP Album) Italian RXY2LHE823305

ROXY MUSIC Heart Still Beating (Rare 1990 Italian 14-track double live LP, recorded at Frejus, France in August 1982, housed in a gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only light wear mostly to the edges and the vinyl is in near mint condition EGLP77).

Happy Mondays Pills 'N' Thrills And Bellyaches - 1st - EX vinyl LP album (LP record) UK HAPLPPI766414

HAPPY MONDAYS Pills ‘N’ Thrills And Bellyaches (Classic 1990 UK first edition 10-track vinyl LP, complete with illustrated credits inner, glossy picture sleeve featuring US candy company logos which was later withdrawn. The sleeve shows just alittle light shelfwear and the vinyl has only mild hairlines and surface scuffs as signs of limited play FACT320).

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