Monday’s Top Three including Alphaville, The Dead Weather & Mindrocker


Alphaville Forever Young ALPHAVILLE Forever Young

Rare 1988 US 3-track mix promotional only CD single includes LP Version, New Single Mix & Special Extended Mix. Custom title/tracklisting back insert with album details! PR2465-2.


2010 US Third Man Records issue 11-track split-coloured vinyl LP – Baton down the hatches! The Dead Weather are back. The Nashville-based 4-piece comprising White Stripes and The Raconteurs founder Jack White with Alison Mosshart, Jack Lawrence & Dean Fertita, exploded onto the music scene in 2009 with their stunning debut. 'Horehound', an exhilarating and electrifying introduction to the band, a gritty blues-driven dirge rock masterpiece. Now, less than a year later, the follow-up is unleashed and equally raw and loud! featuring the single, Die By The Drop this non-Warner version remains factory SEALED and stickered from new, therefore mint and unplayed, a fantastic, collectable unique version! TMR025

  VARIOUS ARTISTS Mindrocker – The Complete Series Vol 1 – 13  Mindrocker

2008 UK limited edition 196-track 13-track CD set – With the vast amount of '60s garage and psych compilations that have appeared from around the world in the last few years, it's easy to understand why so many fans of the genre have felt overwhelmed by the deluge. There are, however, a select group of compilations that are widely regarded as genuine must-haves for collectors of '60s singles. Alongside 'Nuggets', 'Rubble', 'Pebbles', 'Endless Journey', 'Chocolate Soup For Diabetics' and the 'Perfumed Garden', 'Mindrocker' stands out as a treasure trove of '60s US psych and garage music. Widely applauded for its high sound quality and detailed liner notes, courtesy of Hans-Herman Pohle, 'Mindrocker' is widely-regarded as the launching-point of many a US psych collection as well as an affordable way to locate rare singles by bands which went on to record classic albums for major record companies. Includes gems from Moving Sidewalks, Brogues, Bad Roads, Dantes, Seeds, Leaves, Other Half and many, many more! Presented in an individually numbered deluxe hinged-lid box.

1 Comment

  1. Hey there — love that more peeps are getting into vinyl lp’s. Rock on! I know that vinyls are making their comeback/reappearance when even Taylor Swift is turning some of here famous singles into hard records. Good to see that people have not lost respect for this form of music media. I don’t know if you are at all considering collecting or selling any beautiful vinyl singles you’ve collected, but if you are just let me suggest The reason I do is that I’ve been jipped on a couple more well-known “marketplaces” because there’s some loophole in the seller agreement that indemnifies anything against these marketplaces, so I’ve lost a couple $40-$50 vinyls to sellers who never end up paying…anyways, now I sell on because they actually guarantee my sales so I never have that problem again.

    Sorry to be a downer! Anyways, keep up the good work and happy blogging/selling!


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