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Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 5:22 pm
by aztecca
War of the worlds special ed box.
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Stone roses numbered gubbins

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The cranberries first lp geat quality and one of the best of the 90's imo.

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Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 5:30 pm
by Sputryk
Need a bit of time to get my vinyl down from the loft - got plenty, and mucho by certain artists - but here's a rarity to start with:

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Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 5:35 pm
by aztecca
First pressing of Nirvanas bleach and the clash.

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Cream Disraeli gears love the psychede cover art.

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Pink vinyl greendays dookie ace cover art on this.

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Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 5:47 pm
by aztecca
The flaming lips and heady fwends.Lovely marble/tye dye vinyl.

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The killers Sams town picture disc.
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Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 4:39 am
by Darran@Retro Gamer
I have the bends and Sams Town.
I just spent a small fortune on Day and Age, but the seller clearly doesn't know what mint means so it's most likely going back.

Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 1:08 pm
by gman72
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This one is a very rare French release of The Return Of The Living Dead OST on vinyl... great punk soundtrack to a great horror movie. It is on my Ebay at the moment. :D

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The other side.

Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 3:46 pm
by aztecca
That looks ace.Return of the living dead 2 has a great soundtrack too.

Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 4:12 pm
by stvd
aztecca wrote:That looks ace.Return of the living dead 2 has a great soundtrack too.
Agreed. Had a look on ebay but too high for me (although I was expecting a high price). :wink:
Soundtracks hold their value very well.
Let's see your soundtracks and OST's. I'll try and get a few of mine up.

Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 4:50 pm
by Sputryk
No soundtracks for me. Well, one despite a lack of film for it. What we have here, though, is a not-far-from-complete (UK) collection of recordings from a group my name is a major clue for. Was working a few hours a week after school to have funded this collection (among others - to follow!).

First up - Love Missile F1-11 - UK 12" Japanese obi sleeve, Japanese 7", Jap 12" with lyrics and twin obi, Jap 12" Bankok remix with obi sleeve
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Next - Love Missile - UK 7", 12" Russian obi sleeve, 12" Spanish obi, 12" Spanish obi sleeve Bankok remix, 12" German obi sleeve Bankok, 12" Westbam remix, Spanish 12", USA 12" [Manhattan label]
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And finally - Love Missile - 12" soundtrack with posters (3 signed + sleeve :) )
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Next - 21st Century Boy - UK 7", 12", 12" German remix
Sex Bomb Boogie - German 7", 12" (signed) - - not shown is the UK Video-only single release [because this is a VINYL topic!]
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And - 21st Century Boy - UK 7" fold-out poster
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The Love Missile release is missing several editions. In addition to the standard 7" and 12" release (with a red printed obi), the UK released a number of other 12"'s all with obi sleeves (removable) rather than just the obi. Each was for a different language - I am currently aware of Russian, Japanese, German, Spanish, Italian. A Bankok remix was also released in the same manner and for the same variety of languages. Finding them all isn't easy. Whether other countries did the same mix of sleeves rather than just their own, I'm not sure.

The Sex Bomb video (I think it was the world's first video-only single) also includes another remix of Love Missile.


There's more, yet....

Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 5:08 pm
by playzooki
yesterday i bought hellhammer - satanic rites in london. p sure its some sort of bootleg. will get pics up tomorrow as today im too tired
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Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 5:39 pm
by Sega2006
I've got a few cases of it and boxes of Cassettes too, nothing too thrilling apart from maybe the withdrawn cover Appetite for destruction and various picture discs.

I did try shifting some of it but seems the markets dropped again.

Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 5:44 pm
by gman72
stvd wrote:
aztecca wrote:That looks ace.Return of the living dead 2 has a great soundtrack too.
Agreed. Had a look on ebay but too high for me (although I was expecting a high price). :wink:
Soundtracks hold their value very well.
Let's see your soundtracks and OST's. I'll try and get a few of mine up.
Well there was only one other one on the bay because apparently its rare as heck so I went a bit lower than that one and hope for the best.

Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 7:30 pm
by Sputryk
Told you!

Next - Sci-Fi Sex Stars - 7" (signed), 12" uncensored sleeve (signed) [many of these sleeves were censored with a sticker]
Dancerama - 7", 12", 12" Kashmir remix, 12" picture disc (signed) [reverse of picdisc is the Kashmir sleeve art]
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Next - Albinoni-v-Star Wars - 7", 12", 12" 4-track promo
Success - 7", 12", 12" acid remixes, Japanese 7"
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More - Rio Rocks - 7", 7" Radio edit (dj promo), 12", 12" Samba remix [Triv fans: BBC used the remix during 2002 World Cup when showcasing Brazil]
Interview - 12" (signed)
Massive Retaliation - 12"
Rockit Miss USA - 12" promo [a very small handful of these came free with the Flaunt It boxed edition]
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Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 7:41 pm
by Sputryk
Sputnik is nearly done!

Next - Flaunt It - Box edition (not shown is the standard release)
Dress For Excess
The First Generation
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And finally, as with Sci-Fi Sex Stars, Sputnik tried to chart under a different name - Bizet Boys - Ride 'Em Carmen 12"
And a Record Day Special from Sputnik's Neal X's new group - The Montecristos - Love Missile F1-11 7" red vinyl [still sealed]
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Now for a few scarcities by other acts:

Malcolm McLaren - House of the Blue Danube 12" etched blue vinyl
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Malcolm McLaren - Deep In Vogue 12" etched with poster (on the reverse is an explanation of what 'vogueing' is, by Willie Ninja)
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Got more I might post of other artists I used to collect. Of those above (in all posts), there are editions that I haven't included as they are merely the stock issue. Getting late, so if I list more it will be later.

Used to love buying records. Only ever played the standard releases unless there was something unique included on a limited release; though those editions were seldom played. Haven't done the collecting thing for many years now, save for buying everything released by The Montecristos so far - got better ways of spending money, and a wife to keep happy. There are so many more to add to my list of favoured artists that I would like to get. Maybe one day.

Although CD's are so very convenient, there is something a bit special about putting a needle down. I still do that, but not very often. And whereas I don't mind the new gen iPods etc., as far as buying downloads is concerned, I really do not want to unless it is a download-only or unavailable on CD - it's such an impersonal, hollow, and of-the-moment thing to do. Vinyl is lasting because it is physical (CD's, too, though they don't have the smell), downloads are shallow and a bit disappointing.

Long live vinyl! :D

Re: Lets talk about vinyl

Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2015 3:32 am
by silvergunner
gman72 wrote:Image

This one is a very rare French release of The Return Of The Living Dead OST on vinyl... great punk soundtrack to a great horror movie. It is on my Ebay at the moment. :D

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The other side.
Quality disc that one. Got it myself, worth about £25. £30 on a good day.