Wednesday’s Top Items! Featuring The Kinks’ Superb Kontroversy On Vinyl, The Mohawks’ Rare Cherry Pink/The Champ And The Smiths Record Store Day 10″!

The-Kinks-The-Kink-Kontrove-554935THE KINKS The Kink Kontroversy

Original 1965 UK Pye label 12-track MONO vinyl LP – A bluesy-er themed album from the Muswell Hill dandys; kicking off with Milk Cow Blues and storming through Where Have All The Good Times Gone but, leading later,into the beautiful Til The End Of The Day which showcases Ray's competency as a songwriter and power chord arranger par-excellence! Now, down to the nitty gritty. This copy is housed in a front laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only a few signs of age, with some light spinewear and some faint discolouration to the reverse. The vinyl appears to be in almost mint condition, with only minor spindle wear to indicate play. It remains an excellent example of this mid 60's masterpiece.

 

The-Mohawks-Cherry-Pink-562879THE MOHAWKS Cherry Pink

1973 UK 7" vinyl single from the outstanding Pama house band, backed with the Boss Reggae version of [the heavily sampled] The Champ. Intact 4-prong centre which completes the legendary label design with the vinyl showing minimal signs of play – You'll be playing this one loud!

 

The-Smiths-The-Queen-Is-Dead-554006THE SMITHS The Queen Is Dead

Rare 2011 UK Record Store Day exclusive limited edition 10-track 10" vinyl LP, housed in a gatefold picture sleeve – still sealed in original shrinkwrap with pink 'Record Store Day' sticker in the top right corner – limited to 1500 copies only!

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