Rare & Vintage Vinyl & CDs

Autographed Muse(ings)

Do you have a committed but special Muse fan on your Christmas list? This is a fabulous thing indeed… MUSE Muscle Museum EP Very rare FULLY AUTOGRAPHED Dangerous Records first issue 1998 UK 6-track CD EP, including Sober, Uno, Unintended, Instant Messenger & Muscle Museum #2, picture sleeve in album-sized […read more…]

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Thursday’s Bumper Top Items! Including A Deluxe Joy Division Box Set, A Rare French John McLaughlin LP, A Neil Young Original, Muse’s Super-Dee-Doopa Rare EP And A Limited Abba Box Set!

JOY DIVISION Deluxe Vinyl Box Set 2007 UK Strictly Limited Edition 4-LP set pressed on 180gram Vinyl comprising the albums 'Unknown Pleasures' [1979], 'Closer' [1980] & 'Still' [1981, 2-LP], presented in high quality picture sleeves [replicating the original iconic designs], superbly housed in a deluxe sealed hessian art box designed […read more…]

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Music News

Monday’s Top Three including a MUSE ‘Absolution’ poster, FREDDIE MERCURY’S ‘Love Kills’ CD single plus a DEPECHE MODE t-shirt…

MUSE Absolution Quantity of 5 UK official Mushroom Records instore promotional glossy colour posters. Each measures 20" x 27" and depicts the album sleeve artwork with release date and website information. These posters are generally used to create an eye-catching display inside record stores, and are often stapled or folded. […read more…]

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New Releases

You Can’t Resist The New Muse Single…

MUSE 'Resistance' [Release Date 22/02/2010] C5:   http://991.com/Buy/ProductInformation.aspx?StockNumber=498392 Muse, recently named 'Best Act In The World Today', announce a new single, 'Resistance' from their self-produced, multi-platinum selling, global No. 1 album, 'The Resistance'. Since its release in September of this year the album hit the top of the charts in 20 […read more…]

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New Releases

Thursday’s Forthcoming Releases [Part I]


ELVIS PRESLEY 'Welcome To My World' [Release Date 14/09/2009]

DVD: This is the inside story of the King from the early years as told by former band members, legendary Elvis guitarist Scotty Moore, his long time drummer DJ Fontana and his loyal backing vocal quartet the Jordanaires who unveil the events behind the scenes. These are the musicians who actually worked with the Elvis, shared long term friendship and trust of the King, performed on all the classic records, played live with Elvis on stage and appeared in the ground breaking television shows and movies. In addition to the documentary there are live performances of many of the King's best known hits from the beginning to the end of his career.

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