Rare official 2006 UK Attack in-house GOLD CD award issued to recognise sales in the UK in excess of 100,000 copies of the album. The award features a copy of CD alongside the album artwork, mounted above a 'Number 1 Album' plaque and the gold dedication plaque, with miniature Union Jack flag in the top right corner. Measures 19" x 16" – framed & glazed. A stunning Morrissey item ready to display!
Classic 1985 US 3-track 7" vinyl single reissue pressed/printed in France, recorded in 1983. Track 2 on the Side B label is listed as 'sometimes good guys don't wear white' with catalogue number 'dischord fifteen' printedon the sleeve and 'No FIFTEEN' on the labels. A renowned key release by one of the pioneering US straight-edge hardcore-punk bands, hailing from Washington D.C. this all important band featured pre-Fugazi, Dischord label co-founding frontmanIan Mackaye, also including Stumped and Good Guys, housed in the iconic 'band on steps' glossy picture sleeve complete with fold-out poster/lyric inner. This is a flagship release for the D.C. hardcore scene in its rebellious infancy and at its most raw.
Scarce 1st pressing 1990 UK Def American 11-track vinyl LP produced by Rick Rubin, picture sleeve + lyric inner. The sleeve has a slight sticker mark in the top right corner and the vinyl has just a couple of light inaudible surface marks. An excellent copy of the rarity!
1977 UK Limited Edition 12" vinyl single featuring a stunning slice of late 70's Perry-produced Nyah reggae from a vocal group which combined the talents of two ex-Tartans vocalists. Backed with Congo Man Chant. Team this with crisp and clean Black Swan labels complete with the original diecut Island 'Pre-Release' sleeve to make this heavyweight monster a must-have!