Tuesday’s Top Three! Including A Stunning Velvet Underground Japanese LP, A Beady Eye Promotional 7″ And A Cool Black Sabbath Picture Disc!

Velvet-Underground-The-Velvet-Underg-435601VELVET UNDERGROUND The Velvet Underground & Nico

Hard to find 1973 Japanese Verve label issue of the 1967 11-track stereo vinyl LP – the very first release of this seminal debut album in that territory. Housed in a pasted heavy card picture sleeve with glossy finish and unpeeled banana, complete with Japanese text biography/lyric insert and the rare wide purple and yellow obi-strip! Despite approaching 40 years old this copy remains in frankly astonishing condition. Thesleeve is a jaw-dropping bright white with not a hint of foxing or discolouration, only a very minor pair of corner creases to show for its years in storage! The vinyl has only the faintest hint of spindle wear to show that once it was listened to, by one very careful owner! A truly stunning copy!


Beady-Eye-Bring-The-Light-539138BEADY EYE Bring The Light

Rare and highly sought after 2010 UK promotional 1-track single sided 7" vinyl featuring the scorching hot single release from the band's debut Different Gear, Still Speeding album, custom labelled vinyl housed in a cool band logo custom diecut picture sleeve – these won't hang around!


Black-Sabbath-Turn-Up-The-Night-815BLACK SABBATH Turn Up The Night

Rare 1981 UK limited edition 7" vinyl Picture Disc single, featuring a 'devil' illustration on the A-side with a band photograph and track details on the reverse, also includes Lonely Is The Word.

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