Very rare original 1969 Japanese first issue 16-track LP pressed on Red 'Everclean' vinyl, picture sleeve which has a tracklisting order error with 'Maxwell's Silver Hammer' swapped with 'Something'; complete with black inner sleeve, lyric insert and the rare 'medallion' obi-strip. The sleeve has some light wear to the edges, the labels have a small amount of foxing and the vinyl has just a couple of light inaudible surface scuffs which has no effect on play. A superb, complete and rare edition of this great album.
Rare original 1968 Japanese Polydor label 2-track 7" vinyl single manufactured by Nippon Grammophon, also including Stone Free, comes in a unique flipback picture sleeve with Japanese text biography and lyrics printed on the reverse. The sleeve has only a few light signs of shelfwear with light creases, a little foxing and general light signs of age, however this does not detract from the striking cover design & there are no splits with secure flipbacks. The vinyl is in superb condition retaining a beautiful shine nearly 40 years on – a great copy of this hard to find issue at an advantageous price!
Rare 1982 Spanish issue promotional wide centred 7" for 'Run To The Hills', also includes Eclipse Total 'Total Eclipse'. The labels are clearly printed with 'promoción' promo text, comes in a superb Spanish & English titled textured picture sleeve with a promo stamp on theback. The sleeve on this copy has only a few light signs of storage wear on the edges & corners which you would normaly expect to see but has no tears. The vinyl is in a remarkable 'near as new' outstanding condition. A stunning copy of thishighly collectable single, the first copy we have ever seen.