Tuesday’s Top Items! Including A BLACK & GOLD Please Please Me, A First Pressing Deep Purple And A Limited Edition Megadeth!

The-Beatles-Please-Please-Me-391554THE BEATLES Please Please Me

Rare Original 1963 UK second pressing first issue mono vinyl LP on the legendary black & gold Parlophone label. The label credits 'Dick James Mus. Co' for the title track, not Northern Songs as later pressings did, Ernest J Day front laminated flipback picture sleeve with large mono logo on the top right hand corner of the sleeve & Angus McBean credit starting under the last 's' of 'songs'.


Deep-Purple-Machine-Head-56701DEEP PURPLE Machine Head

Original 1972 UK 7-track Purple Records LP with the 'Gramophone Co' label credit and A1U/B1U matrix numbers, Garrod & Lofthouse laminated gatefold picture sleeve with fold-out lyric insert. The sleeve shows some noticeable wear at the top of the spine and creasing to the laminate in the bottom left corner, plus a few areas of edgewear to reveal its age; the labels have only some minor foxing; the vinyl has just a couple of tiny cosmetic marks andremains in excellent condition – a fantastic copy 40 years on and an album becoming more and more collectable by the year!


Megadeth-Wake-Up-Dead--Det-89501MEGADETH Wake Up Dead

1987 UK limited edition 3-track 12'' vinyl single, includes Black Friday and Devils Island, stickered picture sleeve with bonus 'Deth' Certificate! Both the sleeve and vinyl are in excellent condition.

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