More very rare ‘but not quite mint’ LPs in stock today at 991.com

Following our post of last week, here are few more gems that fit the 'not quite mint, but advantageously priced' billing…

BLACK SABBATH Sabbath Bloody Sabbath – EX

Very rare 1973 UK genuine first WWA pressing 8-track LP, pressed on thick vinyl with 1Y1/2Y1 matrices and smooth label with silver 'WWA' logo, housed in a matt gatefold picture sleeve with the inside image going all the way to the outer edges without a border. The rear of the sleeve states manufactured and printed in England with no reference to 'Howards Printers', complete with original textured lyric inner, again indicating first press WWA005…

THE WHO Tommy – Original Soundtrack Recording

Original 1975 Japanese 31-track 'Sal74' Quadraphonic Sound Issue double LP, gatefold picture sleeve with lyric booklet and 'Roadshow' obi-strip. The sleeve on this copy has wear mostly to the edges, the obi has been tape repaired on the back but is otherwise complete whilst the vinyl is in 'near as new' condition with very little signs of play MP9492/3

THIN LIZZY Johnny The Fox + Obi – EX

1976 Japanese 10-track Vertigo
white title label promo sample LP, pasted picture sleeve
including Japanese/lyric insert and wide red & white obi-strip.
The sleeve on this copy has some minor wear and a split on
the top corner, whilst the vinyl is in 'near as new' condition
with very little signs of play RJ-7194

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