Super rare one-of-a-kind US pair of 1-sided LP acetates, cut at K-disc Mastering Studios on Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, CA. on 25th January 1988, almost two months before its official release. Unlike the final release NorthAmerican version this acetate does NOT include Hairdresser On Fire, sticking with the original international configuration featuring The Ordinary Boys. Another interesting anomaly is that the Side 2 label states alternative timings of Dial A Cliche (shown at 2:15) and Margaret On The Guillotine (shown at 3:53), however these versions do not appear to be different to those finally released. Both acetates remain in near mint condition, with unblemished crystal-clear label print, housed in the original K-disc Mastering studio sleeve. A stunning rarity of Morrissey's highly-acclaimed debut solo release and not something you're ever likely to see again!
2012 UK 96-page 8" x 10" softback book, issued as a deluxe catalogue, giving colour prints and information about every single exhibited at The Vinyl Factory in Chelsea between 12th September & 6th October 2012. Strictlylimited to 300 Copies, with each one signed by the author & individually numbered, each copy comes with a matching individually numbered single sided vinyl 7" containing a previously unaired interview with ZDF Heute, conducted on 26th April 2009. Bound in Chromolux metallic silver, each copy also has a high quality embossed Chromolux red outer jacket which matches the plain 7" sleeve colour. The book is printed in 96pp section, sewn with soft cover, with each page printed on Munken Polar 150gm white stock. The sleeve prints are Risograph stencil printed using special colour inks. Informative, concise and sold out, this is destined to become a legendary Kraftwerk collectable and is already becoming very highly sought after!
Rare official Autographed 1991 UK 24-page programme for the tour to support the 'Rust In Peace' album. This has been fully signed by the classic album line-up of Dave Mustaine, Marty Friedman, Dave Ellefson and Nick Menza across the front in a black marker pen.