Friday’s Top Three Including The Damned, Cliff Richard, Kraftwerk

The-Damned-Stretcher-Case-Ba-94296THE DAMNED Stretcher Case Baby (Rare 1977 UK promotional vinyl 7" which was never available for retail sale, but instead was originally given away at a series of London gigs and through an NME competition to celebrate the bands first anniversary, also including Sick Of Being Sick. This is a legendary item from the beginning of the punk era, with superb picture sleeve and matching skull labels. Both vinyl and sleeve are superb near 'as new'condition with few signs of their thirty five years DAMMED-1) 
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CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp (Extremely rare 1965 Japanese 18-track LP pressed on RED 'Everclean' vinyl, complete with envelope style catalogue inner, lyric insert & extremely delicate unique front laminated internal scalloped flipback gatefold picture sleeve with intact perforated pull out textured Cliffy portrait & the almost never seen obi-strip. Apart from a little foxing inside the gatefold, the sleeve shows just thetiniest amount of edge scuffing and the vinyl remains in astonishing near 'as new' condition & shows very little sign of play. An incredible complete copy of this very hard to find Cliff & The Shads Japanese pressing! OP-7482)


KRAFTWERK Klang Box 101 (Rare 1997 UK limited edition 8-track promotional box set of FOUR 12" discs pressed onto 180gm Vinyl, containing the singles Trans Europe Express – with a unique instrumental version on the flip – Numbers, Musique Non Stop and Homecomputer. Each part is housed in its own black and white custom 'Roboter' sleeve and all housed in a stunning glossy outer box – A gem! KLANG-BOX-101)
**Strictly Limited to 250 Copies ONLY**

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