Very rare original classic 1969 8-track stereo vinyl LP on the light blue & silver Decca Nova series label, the band's recording debut, & what a progressive rock masterpiece it is! Propelled by singer Steve Bailey's hoarse growl & the band's penchant for frantic driving guitars, harsh vocals & pounding drums, it features the epic 12 minute 'Darkness', & is housed in a beautiful sky blue front laminated sleeve with pinched spine & blue-for-stereo company inner with period review clippings attached. What's more, the condition is truly jawdropping! Coming from a one previous owner archive collection, both the sleeve & vinyl remain in near MINT condition. Unrepeatable. A must have! SDN-R1
Very rare 1969 UK second issue of the 1968 10-track stereo vinyl LP on the short-lived one box black & silver Columbia label, the debut longplayer from this legendary British prog psych band, who featured pre-Uriah Heep Ken Hensley &Lee Kerslake in their ranks, front laminated picture sleeve with rounded flipbacks & correct period company inner. This is a one previous owner copy obtained from a mint archive collection of late sixties, early seventies rarities! Thesleeveshows hardly any signs of its age & the vinyl looks barely touched. We guarantee you won't find a better copy! SCX6286
Very rare 1969 11-track stereo LP, gold 'stereo' stickered front laminated picture sleeve. The sleeve shows little in the way of shelfwear and the vinyl remains near 'as new' with little sign of play. As anice touch the previous owner has attached period review clippings to the paper inner. A wonderful one-owner copy in fantastic near 'as new' condition!
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