Rare 1991 UK 'Fame' issue 8-track LP album originally release in 1988, featuring Can I Play With Madness, The Evil That Men Do and The Clairvoyant. Housed in a glossy picture sleeve which has only a few light signs of age and comes with the picture/lyric card inner sleeve, the vinyl has a few light surface marks mostly on side B but plays without any problems – an excellent copy of this now very hard to find 90s pressing!
Very rare 1974 UK single sided 7" metal based high quality methyl cellulose lacquer acetate containing what appears to be a stereo Demo version of what finally ended up as track two of 'Valentine'. The drums are noticably subdued & the tempo slower, there are slide guitar parts evident and a saxophone part, along with a different vocal line & backing guitars. This amazing disc comes simply with a hand annotated Abbey Road EMI Studios label with 45RPM speed, 3:37 running time & RS29 number. The title & Roy's name appear to be in a very familiar handwriting, but we have no way of confirming this. This acetate itself remains in excellent condition, free from any but the lightest surface scuffs & plays through without fault or any clicks & pops. A fantastic copy of this rare & possibly unique item, certainly in this condition!
Rare original blue Gamma label Mexican 4-track 7" vinyl EP featuring All Day And All Of The Night, You Really Got Me, Set Me Free and Tired Of Waiting For You. Unique flipback picture sleeve with Spanish language text. The sleeve shows only minor signs of edgewear and the vinyl has only light surface marks – A great find and a rarity in this condition!