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SOLD: FS: New and s/hand titles VINYL - Spain, Paul Kelly, Stone Roses, The Church and more

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Item full name and model etc. ...see below for individual details
Location ... Melbourne
Item condition description ...see below (Standard SNA gradings)
Price and price conditions ...as specified below

Reason for selling ...Your weekly hand-picked suggestions.
Payment/delivery Methods:  NO PICKUPS SORRY - mail only.


Bank transfers, or PayPal (Friends & Family only, no notes) are both welcome.

 

STUFF YOU NEED TO KNOW:

  •         Once all sold (or near to), a donation to SNA of 5% of the total sold will follow.
  •         All titles here get brand new inner and outer sleeves before shipping.
  •         I try and ship 5 days a week.

 

THE SMALL PRINT:

  •        I fully guarantee everything I offer  - if you don't like any item for whatever reason, return it at my expense, no questions asked (verified 30 day+ active Forum members only thanks)..
  •        Original contents are stored inside the cover. I try to ship all records outside the cover and inner paper sleeves, so any postal damage is minimised.
  •        I use new pre-made cardboard mailers for smaller orders, and these virtually guarantee safe arrival of your record (they are also MUCH faster to pack).
  •        Combined postage to anywhere in Australia at cost (or close enough). 
     
  •       ABSOLUTELY NO LOCAL PICKUPS - don't ask - it's not going to happen.
    I just don't have the time, sorry. 
    I'm barely at home as it is though, and have no wish to be here waiting around for hours at a time.

 

  • Lastly - I'm not a shop. I don't have credit card facilities and I don't do this full time (though sometimes it feels like I might!). It's a hobby I love, where I try to make damn sure that *everyone* wins. Complain to me loudly if anything goes wrong (although it barely ever does) - and I'll fix it.

 

 Post in this thread  to reserve your item(s).
 
NB:  CONSERVATIVE GRADING… cover first / record grade 2nd

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The Church – The Blurred Crusade - AUS original 1st pressing (PCSO 7585) VG/VG. With 1st press embossed cover, and Robert Ludwig MASTERDISK mastering (deadwax). No inner. Cover has edge bends/splits, edgwear and some light ringwear showing on front. Wax is showing some marks, sounds great though, with just a little noise on entries, but not distracting. A very desirable pressing.  $20

 

The Church - Starfish - Australian original pressing (RML 53266) NM/VG++. With original inner. Nice cover with virtually no wear. The record shows some light marks only, and plays NM. Really nice original example that is exceedingly hard to find these days.   $40

 

The Church - Gold Afternoon Fix - Spanish pressing (Arista - 210541) Strong VG/VG+. Plain white inner. Good cover, just a few tiny marks on front and some sticker residue along the back left hand side near the opening. The wax looks lovely and plays beautifully throughout.  $35

 

Midnight Oil - Blue Sky Mining - Spanish pressing (465653 1) Strong VG/VG+. Cover is great but for some sticker residue across the top front, and just a bit on the back. Original colour lyric inner. The wax has some light marks, but plays NM and sounds great.  $22

 

Everything But The Girl - The Language of Life - German pressing (BYN 21) VG+/VG+. Looks and plays great. With perfect colour lyric inner. The cover has some very light edgwear only, and a little name written inside the opening (not visible from outside). Wax shows some light hairlines in bright overhead light, but plays lovely throughout. Hard to find locally $38

 

Dire Straits - On Every Street - Spanish 1991 original (510 160-1) VG+/VG. Cover is great but for some edgewear, tiny splits. Really nice original lyric inner.  The wax has some hairlines/marks and plays nicely with a little noise in the quiter passages. Really hard to find this one in any kind of playable condition, locally.  $22 

 

****  SOLD BEFORE  ***     Chris Isaak - Self Titled - USA pressed original (1-25536) VG+/VG+. Mastered by Ken Perry at K-DISC (deadwax both sides). With single sided original B&W inner. Sleeve has a minor cut-out bottom right front (same through the inner), else virtually spotless. The wax plays with enormous power and is a tour-de-force from 'KP'.  $45

 

Alan Parsons Project - The Best Of.. - US 1983 Club Edition, Remastered, Gatefold (AL8-8193) VG+/VG. Lovely gatefold with just a little wear, no sticker on front (and no residue), just the lovely art. The record has a slight warp on track 1 of both sides, so you'll need a heavy tracking cart. SQ is great though and plays well in-track. A few light marks, but shiny and bright. Take it at cost price to import...  $20

 

The Stone Roses - Self Titled - rare Australian original gatefold pressing (ORE LP 502) VG+/VG+. Awesome gatefold original with virtually no wear (a hint of ringwear on the back the worst I can find). The record is similar - shows some very light marks, but plays faultlessly, and with zero noise. Incredible record and a super pressing.  $100

 

Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls - Gossip - Aus pressed gatefold 2LP original (L45961/2) VG+/VG+. I'm saying VG+ here, but you know my gradings..this is as close to NM as you'll find this title anymore, which is 9 times out 10 beat to hell, in the wild. This gatefold is clean and beautiful but for some light marks on the back only. The two records are as new and play beautifully. I've always love the mastering job on this record and this one plays with awesome SQ.  $60

 

Spain - The Blue Moods of Spain - rare 1st time on vinyl 2012 pressing of the 1995 classic (OVLP-30) SEALED MINT. 180gm Translucent Blue vinyl Ltd Ed. You *never* see this in this country (at least, I never have, and I look a lot). For those that know it, a GRAIL of the highest order. Fresh as the day it was minted and ready to be ripped open and played by a devotee.  $120

 

New York Dolls - 'Too Much Too Soon' US press (Mercury - SRM-1-1001) VG+/NM, inner sleeve there as well, sleeve still in shrink. New York glam rock outfit at their finest. DISCOUNTED ____>>>> $65
               

 

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Ill take the roses please!

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9 minutes ago, Benny G said:

Ill take the roses please!

 

Done.

cheers Ben

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Done.
cheers Ben
Paul Kelly please Jon. Cheers Matt.

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3 hours ago, Sceeta said:

Paul Kelly please Jon. Cheers Matt.

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All your's Matt.

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