Wednesday’s Top Three Including The Zombies, Metallica, Clive Culbertson.

The-Zombies-Odessey-And-Oracl-423736 THE ZOMBIES Odessey & Oracle (Incredibly rare original 1968 UK 12-track stereo LP on the smooth & plain CBS orange label, with A2/B2 matrices & beautiful front laminated picture sleeve with one small period review clipping attached to the original CBS 'Rock Buster' series inner. Overlooked on first release & now regarded as one of the finest English pop/psych albums of the era, this is a staggeringly handsome archive copy & a one previous owner example) 
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METALLICA Greatest Hits (Turkish-only picture CD-Rom given away with the popular Blue Jean magazine during 2000. Featuring 10-video clips taken from throughout their career including No Leaf Clover, One, Enter Sandman, For Whom The Bell Tollsetc & and Mama Said. Housed in a custom card picture sleeve with Turkish text – an unusual and official item! BLUEJEAN0003)


CLIVE CULBERTSON Time To Kill (Irish powerpop holy grail 1979 solid centre 7" vinyl single on Rip Off Records, the debut solo release by the former The Sweat / No Sweat frontman, also featuring Busy Signal, housed in a custom printed paper bag. The bag shows just a light crease down one edge due to it being oversized & not fitting as snug as usual in the punk 45 racks (!), but is otherwise excellent & the vinyl looks near mint. So this is a near mint original, but wait… there are inserts! This copy is complete with an amazing black & white fold-out poster for this very single & a very special handwritten press release sheet that tells it like it is; [Clive] is not going to be the latest big thing from the North coz e's only 5'4"…please review or give me back me leather trousers, cheers oi oi". Brilliant! All powerpop & KBD collectors, here's your one chance…! RIP9)

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