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None - Snowblink - Long Live (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Carole King - Live At Montreux (LP, Album) Unavailable in None. Label: Eagle Records, Universal Music Group Cat#: ER Media Condition: Media: Mint (M) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M-) Brand New! Latest sealed and unopened run/issue from the Manufacturer/Label that has never seen a needle.
  2. This album is so well done it is tough to find anything negative to say. This is the album that forced Metallica to make the black album, and Anthrax to make Persistence of Time. Both of those tecords took a turn towards the more radio friendly. I think they understood that nobody was going to out thrash Megadeth at that stage/5(1).
  3. Even the smell of a new vinyl album that hits you when you open the cover on a new record must be experienced first-hand to fully appreciate. And, of course, there’s the sound. While digital music is ideal for on-the-go convenience, vinyl records deliver a rich, deep quality that not only fills your home with outstanding audio, but also.
  4. Sometimes, foreign pressings may have different titles, or different covers from the more common versions from the U.S. or UK. On other occasions, record companies in other countries may choose to press albums on colored vinyl. Many albums from Japan from the late s through the early s were pressed on dark red vinyl.
  5. UFO No Place To Run ( US track vinyl LP on the blue Chrysalis label, the first of the band's albums to feature Paul Chapman on guitar [replacing the legendary Michael Schenker] and was produced by George Martin at Air Studios, housed in a card picture sleeve with orange titles and a deletion corner cut to the top of the spine edge.
  6. By that point, many promo copies were already in circulation. The LP was widely bootlegged. And eventually, in '94, Prince officially released "The Black Album" on CD. But that doesn't matter to rare-record hounds. In , an original Canadian vinyl pressing sold for $27,, while a still-factory-sealed American copy fetched $42,
  7. Album Title Label Released Format Price Long Live Rock 'n' Roll [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) Polydor: 03/17/ LP: Denver Down To Earth Tour [Red Vinyl] (LP) Purple Pyramid: LP: The Polydor Years [Box Set] (LP).
  8. Aug 27,  · In , I visited Newbury Comics on Newbury Street, in Boston, Massachusetts. I live in North Hollywood, in Los Angeles, so this was no typical day for buying records. On that December day, I focused on import LP’s, none available as U.S. releases. I bought about albums, and I remember 1 of them was Nico: Live Behind The Iron Curtain.

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