Thursday’s Top Three Including Miller Anderson, Coldplay, Pink Floyd.

Miller-Anderson-Bright-City-596201MILLER ANDERSON Bright City (Very Rare 1971 UK 7-track stereo LP, front laminated gatefold picture sleeve with lyrics on the reverse. With Mick Weaver of the Keef Hartley Band (which Miller had just left) providing various keyboard treats andMadeline Bell & Liza Strike providing backing vocals, this was a album that was criminally overlooked at the time and now hunted ferociously by collectors the world over as a classic. Apart from a little corner scuffing, the sleeve on this copy remains near 'as new' with no smoke staining or laminate cresing evident. The vinyl too remains near 'as new' with little sign of play. As a nice touch, there are period reviews of the album affixed to the poly lined inner. A fantastic album in fantastic condition – You will not find better than this! SDL3)

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COLDPLAY Christmas Lights (Official 2010 UK Parlophone 1-track promotional-only CD-R for the download-only festive single. Custom printed disc + picture insert)

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PINK FLOYD The Dark Side Of The Moon (Ultra rare 1973 UK first pressing 10-track LP with SOLID BLUE PRISM Harvest labels with silver lettering, Gramophone Co. perimeter text and has A2/B2 matrices. Housed in the stickered classic prismgatefold picture sleeve with, which differs from later issues in that it has a single right-side pocket opening only and displays a distinct green colour tinge unlike the jet black print of later issues. Complete with a black poly-lined inner,both of the largefold-out posters and two unused stickers SHVL804)
Please see Tracklisting/Additional Information for more details on condition

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