Here at 991.com we realise not everyone’s pockets are so deep they can stump up the readies for that uber-collectable slab of vinyl, CD boxset, intage memorabilia etc. With that in mind, we’ve put together this new weekly ‘Top 3’ of some of the more affordable collectables that pass through our doors each week, and no item will be more than £50. Check out more bargains in our store now.
Sparks – A Woofer In Tweeter’s Clothing: Rare Original 1973 UK Bearsville label 11-track vinyl LP with fully laminated picture sleeve printed in France. The first full Sparks album by the Californian New Wave band following their eponymous album released under their original moniker of Halfnelson. The sleeve is showing just a few areas of laminate lift but otherwise remains in great shape and the vinyl has just the odd light hairline to show for its years £25
Jimi Hendrix – Electric Ladyland: 1989 UK issue of the classic 1968 16-track double LP packaged in the original UK design nude gatefold sleeve. The sleeve has some light scuffing & ring wear yet the vinyl discs are Excellent with minimal play. The last Hendrix Experience album-proper & an utterly essential record in rock music history! £30
Rollins Band – Do It: 1988 UK picture label 9-track vinyl LP, produced by Ian MacKaye of Fugazi, with the second side recorded ‘live in Deventer, Holland’ on the 22nd of November the previous year, monochrome picture sleeve. The sleeve has a World Service mid-price sticker and shows little wear, whilst the vinyl has light signs of play and is Excellent £20