Wednesday’s Top Items! Including A Beautiful Kinks’ French-Only LP, Pet Shop Boys ‘Special’ Annual, Eddie Thompson’s ‘London After Dark’ And NOFX On White Vinyl!

The-Kinks-Sunny-Afternoon-550686THE KINKS Sunny Afternoon

Rare 1967 French only red Pye label 14-track stereo vinyl compilation LP pressed in Holland, unique front laminated flipback picture sleeve showing just a few surface marks to the reverse cover and minor wear to the opening edge but otherwise in superb shape for its age with barely played near mint vinyl inside nearly 45 years on!


Pet-Shop-Boys-Special-123002PET SHOP BOYS Special

Rare 1989 UK Grandreams 64-page hardback annual book, packed with lots of features and colour pictures, superb colour picture cover!




Legendary 1958 UK 9-track 10" vinyl LP that pretty much kick started the British Jazz movement, also featuring Johnny Scott on Flute, Arthur Watts on Bass, Jackie Dougan on Drums & the great TubbyHayes on Vibes, fully laminated pinched spine picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just some age yellowing at the edges with a bit of scuffing & laminate split to the top flipback, while the vinyl remains in excellent condition with just a couple of light surface scuffs to show for its fifty years – A fantastic copy of this groundbreaking album at an advantageous price.

NOFX Don't Call Me White

Rare 1994 Limited Edition Fat Wreck Chords white label 2-track 7" single pressed on WHITE VINYL backed with Punk Guy. One of the hardest to find editions of this scarce single by the skate-punk legends lead by FatMike. 'Poodle' picture sleeve with custom 'White Punk' printed labels, seldom seen 'ironic' white pressing!

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