Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Killing joke, The Who, Guns N Roses and more

There’s nothing more satisfying than finding that one record you have been desperately searching for. The one that you have been saving for, waiting for the day it appears and you are ready to make it the centerpiece of your collection. Providing the best, valuable, and high quality records and memorabilia is what we have a passion for here, and it has been our mission since the start.

Each week we give you a round up of the premium collectables we currently have that are just waiting for the perfect home. You can see our top three highlights below, which include rarities from Killing Joke, The Who, and Guns N Roses. Head to our store to see our full listing of vinyl rarities and collectables.

Killing Joke – An Incomplete Collection: Rare 1990 US limited edition LP box set, including the first five albums all pressed on a different colour vinyl, includes Killing Joke on White, What’s This For…! on Green, Revelations on Blue, Fire Dances on Red and Night Time on Clear vinyl, with each in their own glossy picture sleeve and housed within an individuallynumbered stickered picture sleeve. This example has a deletion cut to the spine which also goes though the sleeves inside, however the box displays only light wear and the vinyl look barely played. A fantastic example and the first we have ever seen £295

The Who – Live At Leeds: Rare 1970 UK first press 6-track LP with machine stamped A1/B1 matrices, recorded live at Leeds University on February 14th 1970, housed in the original gatefold ‘bootleg’ style stapled pocket sleeve with BLACK text on the front & complete with all twelve inserts including poster, photos & repro band letters, receipts & lyrics. The packaging is Excellent with some light discolouring & minor age wear. There is no writing & the poster remains unused & near mintwith just corner creases here or there with the other inserts. The vinyl has been professionally cleaned & grades VG, with several spindle marks & hairlines to show play. There are two small scratches towards the end of ‘My Generation’, though playback reveals just a few faint clicks on rotation. By no means mint, this is the very first issue & is complete with all its components. The rarest edition out there! £250

Guns N Roses – Live Like A Suicide: Archive Quality Original 1986 US Uzi Suicide label 4-track 12″ EP with ‘Sterling’ machine stamped in the run-outs. Features the tracks Reckless Life, Nice Boys, Move To The City & Mama Kin, with all four songsplayed on both sides. Comes housed in a picture sleeve which displays the guns logo with intertwined roses & a group shot on the reverse. Both the sleeve & vinyl are stunning Near Mint, still in the original open shrink. An outstanding example of this very hard to find pressing £295

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