Friday’s ‘Royal’ Top Items! Including The Who, The Rolling Stones, Blondie, The Beatles And Trash!

TrashWhite-Trash-Road-To-Nowhere-536987 TRASH Road To Nowhere

Mega rare debut 1969 Japanese wide centre Apple label 7" single, manufactured by Toshiba. A great bit of sixties psych here, led by a dark Spooky Tooth-esque cover of the Carole King classic and backed with their own nightmarish'Illusions', both produced by ex-Shadows drummer Tony Meehan. The vinyl is mint, housed in its original die-cut company inner with unique wraparound picture/lyric insert, which shows just the lightest of age yellowing but otherwise a stupendous example AR-2231.

The-Beatles-The-Beatles-Box--227986 THE BEATLES The Beatles Box – From Liverpool

1981 Japanese 124-track EIGHT vinyl LP boxed set, featuring many rare versions of classic tracks. Each LP has its own picture sleeve & the set also includes a fold out Japanese booklet & a 20-page English/Japanese lyric booklet, all housed inside a 12" picture box designed to look like a wooden crate. The box has just a couple of corner scuffs, but all contents like most Japanese items are in MINT condition EAS-77011~18.

Blondie-The-Songs-Of-Blon-273140 BLONDIE The Songs Of Blondie 1978 – 1982

Official US Chysalis Music Group USA label 14-track promotional-only CD-R acetate, custom printed stickered disc and custom printed picture sleeve with title tracklisting on the back insert.

Rolling-Stones-Following-The-Riv-523884 ROLLING STONES Following The River

Super rare official 2010 US promotional-only 2-track CD issued as part of the reissue campaign for their Exile On Main Street album, featuring the 4:01 Radio Edit and 4:52 LP Version, custom picture sleeve withcustom picture back insert CATR-05231-2.

The-Who-Pictures-Of-Lily-282241 THE WHO Pictures Of Lily

Rare original 1967 Japanese Polydor label 2-track 7" vinyl single manufactured by Nippon Gramophon, also includes Doctor Doctor. Housed in a glossy flipback picture sleeve complete with the original lyric insert. The sleeve on this copy has a slight sticker mark with biro damage to the centre of the sleeve and a thumbnail size mark on the top edge of the reverse but the vinyl displays very little signs of play – a fabulous copy of this scarce single DP-1539.

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