Friday’s Top Three! Including A Rare Japanese U2 7″, A Set Of Four Mexican Doors Singles And A Rocksteady Treat With The Untouchables!

U2-Sunday-Bloody-Sun-140338U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday

Rare 1983 Japanese 2-track 7" wide centred vinyl single, also includes 'Red Light'. Housed in a generic record label sleeve and comes complete with the unique picture insert, featuring live shots of the band members plushas lyrics onthe reverse. This fantastic copy is in spectacular near mint condition, looking barely played, if at all! Not to be missed out on by any U2 fan!!

 

The-Doors-Four-Mexican-Gamm-563131THE DOORS Four Mexican Gamma Singles

Great collection of four Mexican wide centred Gamma pressed 7" vinyl singles, each with titles in Spanish & English, with two dating to 1971 & two to 1972. Each 7" comes in a die cut Gamma paper sleeve & allare in superb near 'as new' condition – Astonishing for South American vinyl!

 

 

The-Untouchables-Reggae-Khaki-562965THE UNTOUCHABLES (REGGAE) Khaki

1968 UK 7" vinyl single – This wax needs a warning sticker and must not be played within your Mum's earshot! One of the finest examples of Slack Reggae over The Tennors' Ride Your Donkey riddim, jam-packed with saucy innuendo and lashings of rudeness. Backed with Leyroy [sic] Reid's [AKA Nehemiah Reid] fine Rocksteady dancer. Intact 4-prong centre with the vinyl showing only very minor cosmetic marks on this absolute cracker on the Boss Blue Cat label- Essential.

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