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Collectables

Monday’s Top Three Including Judas Priest, Burning Spear & Lady Gaga

LADY GAGA Born This Way – The Remix (2011 UK limited edition 15-track 2-LP set pressed on 180gram Vinyl, includes remixes by Goldfrapp, The  Horrors, Metronomy, Foster The People and Two Door Cinema Club.                                                                                                                              BURNING SPEAR Jah Is My Driver (Rare 1982 UK 4-track vinyl EP, featuring a […read more…]

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Wednesday’s Top Three! Including A First Issue For The Stones, A Swedish Pressing For The Beatles And A Great Set Of EPs For Buddy Holly!

ROLLING STONES Love You Live 1977 UK first issue 18-track double vinyl LP with 'Rolling Stones' etched into the run off areas, recorded live in Paris and Toronto and distributed by WEA, complete with original artwork inners, gatefold picture sleeve. The heavy card sleeve shows just a little edge scuffing […read more…]

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Tuesday’s Top Three! Including A Little Feat Nimbus Supercut Pressing, A Jazz-Gem From Stan Tracy And A Cracking Debut From Bill Haley!

LITTLE FEAT Feats Don't Fail Me Now Rare 80s UK limited edition Nimbus Records Supercut pressing of the 1974 8-track LP, with 'Nimbus England' stamper in the run-out groove, gold embossed picture sleeve. This edition was mastered and pressed exclusively for readers of Practical Hi-Fi magazine & available by mail […read more…]

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Thursday’s Top Three! Including A Fantastic Status Quo Bundle, A King Crimson First Pressing And A Genesis Mintier-Than-Mint Foxtrot!

STATUS QUO 1974-1988 Back Catalogue Great set of FOURTEEN UK issue LPs, comprising studio & live albums running chronologically from 1974's 'Quo' up to the 1988 album 'Ain't Complaining', with each album housed in its respective picture sleeve complete with the relevant inner sleeves. The sleeves & vinyl have been […read more…]

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Wednesday’s Top Three! Including A Universal Records Promotional Treat, A Crowded House Limited Box Set And A Gem From John Mayall!

STATUS QUO/VARIOUS Universal Music UK Sales Conference: Rare And Collectable Rare 2004 UK Universal promotional only FIVE vinyl 7" conference box set featuring a total of 18 different tracks, includes the rare Status Quo song 'Shady Lady – 1979Demo' plus also includes tracks by Engelbert Humberdinck, James Brown, The Hives, […read more…]

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Tuesday’s Top Three! Including A Fantastic Smiths Autographed Publicity Photo, An Ian Carr Monster And A Scarce U2 7″ Orange Vinyl Single!

THE SMITHS Autographed Publicity Photograph Stunning 8" x 10" black and white publicity photograph of the band taken by Paul Slattery in the summer of 1983 at the then derelict Manchester Central railway station [later to become the G-MEX Centre] – FULLY AUTOGRAPHED in black felt pen by Morrissey, Johnny […read more…]

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Friday’s Top Three! Including A Super Rare XTC Collectable, A Radiohead Gold Award And A Japanese Japanese Promotional-Only 7″!

XTC Wrapped In Grey Ultra Rare WITHDRAWN 1992 UK 4-track CD single including previously unreleased demo versions of 'Bungalow' and 'Rip Van Ruben', picture sleeve. A superb rarity for any serious XTC collector!   RADIOHEAD Pablo Honey Official US RIAA Certified US GOLD Award issued to commemorate American sales in […read more…]

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Thursday’s Top Three! Including A Humdinger From Paul Gonsalves, A King Crimson Promo Double LP And A Japanese Pressing For Gentle Giant!

PAUL GONSALVES Humming Bird Rare 1970 UK 7-track stereo LP on Deram, featuring the American master of the tenor sax performing in a variety of British jazz combos alongside the likes of Stan Tracey, Kenny Wheeler, Benny Goodman, Dave Green, AlanBranscombe, Kenny Napper and David Horler. The front laminated sleeve […read more…]