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Postby lovestartsdeath » Fri Sep 03, 2010 12:30 pm

My girlfriend is pregnant, I need money, and I'm running out of record space, so I'm selling 2/3 of my record collection. I've been collecting records for about 12 years and have tried everything short of running a store (distro, record shows/fairs, internet, etc) related with buying/selling vinyl. Time to cut back, so here's a ton of records I need to unload. A lot of the records are in great condition, but not everything is perfect. If you have an interest in something used, I'll be glad to grade it and take a picture.

If you need to see credibility, eBay feedback can be found here: http://alturl.com/ajkwe

Please make reasonable offers. I'm just trying to avoid eBay but I can hold on to it if need be. I'll gladly give .orgers a deal.

Email your offers to me: jeffyjeff [at] gmail [dot] com


RECORDS FOR SALE


7” INCHES & 45’s

50 Feet Tall – “Superhighway/Its Not Funny” (Deep Elm 7” – Yellow– limited edition)
Against Me! – “The Acoustic” EP (7th Pressing – Black 7”/yellow label/big spindle hole)
Against Me! – “The Disco Before the Breakdown” EP (Purple marble vinyl)
Armed With Intelligence/The Young Ones – DIY Split 7” (Black)
Athlete – “Hurricane” [Part 1] (New/sealed)

Badfinger – “Come and Get It/Rock of All Ages” (Apple label)
David Bazan – “Jingle Bells/All I Want for Christmas” (White – x/200)
The Beatles – “Let It Be/You Know My Name” (Apple sleeve & label)
The Beatles – “Nowhere Man/What Goes On” (Picture sleeve/orange/yellow label)
The Beatles – “Paperback Writer/Rain” (Parlophone label – RSD 2010 exclusive)
Black Moth Super Rainbow – “Zodiac Girls/The Fields Are Breathing” (Clear)
The Blue Letter/me&himcallitus – “Split” EP (#45/100 – Color variant)
Braid – “First Day Back/Hugs from Boys” [7” Single Series #1] (’97 first pressing)
Bright Eyes/The Album Leaf – “Collaboration Series, No. 1” (x/1,000 - Black)
Bright Eyes – “When the President Talks to God” (One-sided promo 7” – Black)
Bright Eyes – “Motion Sickness” (x/1,000 - First pressing/Black)

Charles Bronson/Quill – “Dekalbyouthcrew1997” (Jap. import/1st press - x/1,500)
Charles Bronson - “Charles Bronson” (Black vinyl/3rd Pressing - x/300)
Converge - "On My Shield" (Color #3/Green Deathwish Direct - x/1,000)
Curdlefur – “Anthemic Tune/Noon” (Deep Elm issue on white vinyl – limited ed.)

Evergreen Terrace - "Getting Off/Another Sandbagger"(Brown/Yellow mix variant)

Fake Problems – “The Dream/Rumble in the Jungle” (New/sealed)

George Harrison – “What is Life/Apple Scruffs” (Apple label)
Hater of God – “Monster X/Capitalist Casualties”
Billy Idol – “Rebel Yell/Crank Call” (Chrysalis label)
The International Superheroes of Hardcore – “HPxHC” (Half blue, half gray wax)

The Killers – “Human/A Crippling Blow” (White vinyl)

The Locust – “The Locust” (debut EP) – (’02 GSL pressing on pink vinyl)
Look Mexico – “You Stay. I Go. No Following” (#291/300 - Blue vinyl/silkscreen)

Joan of Arc/Rabbit Rabbit – Split (Green vinyl)

Kiss – “Crazy, Crazy Nights/No, No, No” (Picture sleeve)

Stacey Levien/Peter Toliver (Wad Load) – “Split” [Wordcore Vol. 2] (Green vinyl)

The Manic Depressives – “Silence on the Radio” (Rare New Orleans Punk on black vinyl w/ picture sleeve)
Marilyn Manson – “Heart-Shaped Glasses” (Imported picture disc - #0551)
Modern Life Is War – “Stagger Lee/Motorcycle Boy” (Clear/Opaque - w/ Midnight In America CD)
Mountain Goats – “Letter from Belgium/Nova Scotia” (Black)
Mountain Goats – “See America Right/New Chevrolet in Flames” (Black)
Mountain Goats/John Vanderslice – “Bedside Recordings, Vol. 1.2” (#336/500)
Mount Egypt – “Mt. Egypt I” (New/sealed)

New Found Glory – “Listen to Your Friends” (w/ download code - Red vinyl)
Noothgrush/Wellington – Split (Black vinyl on Deep Six)
NOFX – “Seven Inch of the Month #1” (Yellow w/ insert)
NOFX – “Seven Inch of the Month #4” (Clear green w/ insert [slightly scratched])
NOFX – “Seven Inch of the Month #5” (White but no insert)
NOFX – “Seven Inch of the Month #6” (Clear w/ insert)
NOFX – “Seven Inch of the Month #7” (Red w/ insert)
NOFX – “Seven Inch of the Month #8” (Black but no insert)
NOFX – “Seven Inch of the Month #12” (Picture disc w/ insert)
NOFX – “Timmy the Turtle/The Plan” (Green 7” & picture sleeve [sleeve is slightly bent])
NOFX – “Regaining unconsciousness” (Gray vinyl)

Panic At the Disco – “That Green Gentleman/When The Day…” (New/sealed)
Paramore – “Ignorance (Is Piss)” (Picture Disc – Limited)
Pedro the Lion – “God Rest Ye Merry…/Silent Night” (x/2000 - Marbled vinyl)
Pinhead Gunpowder – “West Side Highway/On the Ave” (Grey Marble)
Prince – “Raspberry Beret/She’s Always In My Hair” (Picture sleeve)
The Police – “Every Breath You Take/Murder By Numbers” (Picture sleeve)

Cliff Richard – “Devil One/Love On (Shine On)” (Rocket Record Co label)
Rise Against – “Grammatizator/Voice of Dissent” (Black vinyl)
Ruth Ruth – “Brainiac/Love Potion #10” (Deep Elm 7” on Pink vinyl – limited ed.)

Saves The Day – “Anywhere with You/Blossom” (White vinyl)
Small Brown Bike/Cursive – Split (Pea Green vinyl – rare)

The Teenagers – “Tricolore” 7” (3x7” singles, different colors/sealed)
Traveling Wilburys – “End of the Line/Congratulations” (Picture sleeve – original)
Travis – “Closer” [Part 1 & 2 – 2x7” singles] (plus an additional Travis 7”)

U2 – “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For/Spanish Eyes” (Picture sleeve)
U2 – “With or Without You/Luminous Times” (Picture sleeve)

V/A – “Ascend to the Stars” (HxC Comp) [feat: Steadfast, Stroke, Upright] (Blue)
Van Halen – “Pretty Woman/Happy Trails” (Picture Sleeve)
The Vines – “Fuck the World” (White vinyl)

The Wayward Youth – “Do You Wanna/Elmundo” (Rare New Orleans Mod Punk on black wax)
Bruce Willis – “Here Comes Trouble Again/Turn It Up” (80’s goodness)
Wings – “With A Little Luck/Medley: Backwards Traveler/Cuff Link”

Young Mc – “Bust a Move/Got More Rhymes” (Picture sleeve)


NEW/SEALED/UN-PLAYED LPs [All Genres]

The A.K.A’s (are everywhere) – “White Doves & Smoking Guns”
The Adicts – “Clockwork Punks, Vol. 1” (Green Picture Disc)
Alkaline Trio/Hot Water Music Split Picture Disc (in clear protective case)
Aloha – “Home Acres” (180-Gram vinyl)
Andrew Jackson Jihad – “Only God Can Judge Me” (10”/black cover) -
Avail – “Front Porch Stories”
Avenged Sevenfold – “Sounding the Seventh Trumpet” (2xLP unsealed but never played)
Avenged Sevenfold – “Avenged Sevenfold” (2xLPs, unsealed but never played)

Tim Barry – “Manchester”
Bayside – “Shudder” (colored wax)
David Bazan – “Curse Your Branches”
The Beatles – “Songs and Pictures” (VG++ 1960’s counterfeit)
Sidney Bechet – “Perdido Street Blues” (Japanese Import)
Blink 182 – “Dude Ranch” (Hot Topic exclusive orange vinyl – x/500)
Boxcar – “Insect” (DJ 12”)

Broadway Calls – “Good Views, Bad News” (Not sealed but un-played)
Built To Spill – “Keep It Like A Secret” (Reissue)

Climax Blues Band –“Plays On” (original issue
Combichrist – “Today We Are All Demons”
Converge - "Axe To Fall" (Highlighter yellow)
Copeland – “Beneath Medicine Tree” (Farwell Tour White LP - x/300)

Death Cab For Cutie – “Narrow Stairs”
Die En Grey – “Uroboros”

Drop Dead, Gorgeous - “In Vogue” & “Be Mine, Valentine” (Comes w/ bonus 7" - x/1,500)
Fats Domino – “Greatest Hits” (Dutch Import LP)
First Baptist Church Key Largo, FL – “Ichthus”
Flaming Lips – “Here It Is” (reissue)
Flaming Lips – “Dark Side of the Moon” (RSD 2010/sea-foam green)

Giant Steps – “Into You” (DJ 12”)
Gogol Bordello – “Super Taranta”
Gossip – “Music for Men”

HIM – “Razorblade Romance”

Joan of Arc – “Live In Chicago, 1999”
Juliana Theory, The - "Understand This Is A Dream" (Un-played in shrink, just opened to check color. Blue/silver swirl x/100)
Juliana Theory, The - "Understand This Is A Dream" (Un-played in shrink, just opened to check color. Blue/white swirl - x/100)

Kid ‘N Play – “Funhouse” (DJ 12”)
Kermit’s Finger – “Grudge” (Raucous punk from Boston, MA)

Bob Marley & the Wailers – “Exodus” (Deluxe reissue)
Mastodon – “Divinations” (Picture Disc)
Nathan Maxwell (of Flogging Molly) & Bunny Gang – “White Rabbit” (Not sealed but not played)
Me First and the Gimme Gimmies – “Have Another Ball” (LP+CD)
Method Man – “Blackout 2”

Mindless Self Indulgence – “Mindless”
Motley Crue – “Shout at the Devil” (Reissue – slight tear in plastic)
Mute Math – “Spotlight” EP (slight tear in plastic)
MXPX – “The Ever Passing Moment” (2xLP)

Of Montreal – “The Bird Who Continues to Eat the rabbit’s Flowers”
Of Montreal – “Satanic Panic in the Attic”

Pedro the Lion – “Winners Never Quit” (Sealed/OOP)
Portishead – “The Rip” (Picture disc)
Precious – “Let’s Get it Started” (DJ 12”)
Elvis Presley – “Elvis, vol. 3: A Legendary…” (Picture disc/sealed)

Skam – “We Didn’t Even Need James” (DJ 12”)
Slipknot – “All Hope Is Gone”
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin - “Pershing”
Ringo Starr – “Goodnight Vienna” (Capital Reissue - VG)
Ringo Starr – “Goodnight Vienna” (Capital Reissue – VG++)
Strawbs – “Grave New World” (Orig. press)
Street Dogs – “State of Grace”
Sufjan Stevens – “Seven Swans” (w/ bonus 7”)

Terror – “One with the Underdogs” (Colored vinyl)

V/A - "Fathers and Sons”(Feat: Ellis & Wynton Marsalis)
V/A – “Metal Rage Comp”
V/A – “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Movie Soundtrack”
V/A - “All Aboard: A Tribute to Johnny Cash” (On Anchorless Records/Pink OOP - x/100)

Scott White – “I Don’t Understand” (DJ 12”)


PUNK, METAL (DEATH, HXC, METALCORE), INDIE, OBSCURE, EMO, SKA, ALTERNATIVE

Alkaline Trio - "From Here To Infirmary" (Original pressing on vagrant)

Bathory – “Bathory” (S/T 1st LP from this Swedish death metal band)
Bauhaus – “Press the Eject and Give Me the Tape” (black label/UK pressing)
Black Flag – “The First Four Years” (? Issue unknown)
Black Flag – “Everything Went Black” (reissue, Double LP)
Black Sabbath – “Paranoid” (Warner Bros. ’71 press [WS1887])
Black Sabbath – “Sabbath Blood Sabbath” (Warner ‘74 press [BS2695])
Braid – “Movie/Music Vols. 1 & 2” Box set (2xLP w/ original items)

Celtic Frost – “Emperor’s Return” EP (Orig. 85 Metal Blade/uncensored cover)
Chelsea – “No Escape” – (Rare punk record)
Circle Jerks – “Group Sex” (early pressing)
Crust – “Crust” (Industrial/hardcore on Trance Records Syndicate)
The Cure – “Just Like Heaven” (12” remix single/Elektra [0-66793])
Cursive – “Domestica” (Red vinyl/first pressing, slightly warped but plays fine)

Death Cab For Cutie - "Transatlanticism" (2xLP w/ booklet)
Decry – “Japanese” (’85 orig. on Toxic Shock but no insert)
Discharge – “Grave New World” (’86 Profile issue w/ inner sleeve)
Dr. Know – “Wreckage in Flesh” (1st press/Death Records w/ insert)

Echo and the Bunnymen – “Crocodiles” (UK pressing w/ orig. insert)
Echo and the Bunnymen – “Bedbugs & Ballyhoo” (5-song Maxi single)
English Dogs – “Forward into Battle” (Combat Core [CC8047] issue)

Fear – “The Record” (Slash label, not original pressing, scratched to hell)
Fugazi – “In On the Kill Taker”
Fugazi – “Red Medicine”

Iron Maiden – “Iron Maiden” (Clean copy/original press on Harvest)

Joan of Arc – “So Much Staying Alive and Lovelessness”
Joan of Arc – “The Gap”

Larry – “The Contents Within” EP (Private press; rare hard rock)
Love Battery – “Nehru Jacket” EP 10” (4-song EP on blue vinyl 10”)

Masters of Reality – “Masters of Reality” (promo LP)
Mercury Rev – “Yerself Is Steam” (Orig. ’92 US press on Columbia)
The Mercury Program - "All The Suits Began to Fall Off" SOLD
Metallica – “Kill ‘Em All” (original Elektra pressing)
Metallica – “And Justice For All” (2xLP original Elektra)
Mighty Mighty Bosstones – “The Devil’s Night Out” (2x 10” LP)
Milemarker – “Anaesthetic”
Milemarker – “Frigid Forms Sell”
Motley Crue – “Shout at the Devil” (1983 original issue w/ insert)
Motorhead – “Another Perfect Day” (’83 orig. on Mercury w/ insert)
Motorhead – “Orgasmatron” (’86 orig. on GWR/Profile w/ insert)
Motorhead – “Iron Fist” (’82 orig. on Mercury w/ insert in poor shape)
Murder City Devils – “RIP” (Sub Pop)

NME – “Unholy Death” (’85 LSR orig. – w/ insert and info sheet)

Polar Bear Club – “Sometimes Things Just Disappear” (Green wax + CD)
Possessed – “Beyond the Gates” (Orig. 86 Combat issue w/inn. sleeve)

Rocket From The Crypt – “All Systems Go Vol. 2” (2xLP/black vinyl)

School of Violence – “We the People…?” (’88 Orig. w/ insert)
Slammin’ Watusis -- “Slammin’ Watusis” (Bluesy ska-punk)
Sodom – “Obsessed By Cruelty” (Debut LP, Metal Blade/Restless)
SSD – “Break It Up” (Homestead Records)
The Stranglers – “Dreamtime”
The Swamis - “Change of Heart” ('89 on New Math Records [NR 17831]/private press release)

Ted Leo & the Pharmacists - “Hearts of Oak” (Look Out Records [LK290 LP]/vinyl is scratched to hell but sleeve is still in shrink wrap)
TSOL - “Revenge” (1986 Enigma Records w/ orig. merchandise order form)

Under Neath What – “Firebomb Telecom” (Atco promo/single/EP)

Violent Femmes – “Violent Femmes” (1983 original Slash issue)


JAZZ, BLUES, SOUL, FUNK

Cannonball Adderley – “Planet Earth”
Louis Armstrong – “Hello, Dolly” (collection of hits)
Louis Armstrong – “Young Louis Armstrong – (Riverside blue label)
Louis Armstrong – “Archives of Jazz, Vol. 26 (1924-25)”
Louis Armstrong – “Louis Armstrong: 1923” – (Riverside blue label)

Chet Baker – “The Trumpet Artistry of Chet Baker” (orig. Pacific Jazz, scratched)
Chet Baker – “Chet Baker in Europe” (Rare Pacific Jazz mono issue)
Jaki Byard – “Solo Piano” (Prestige Reissue)
Jaki Byard Quartet – “Live Vol. 1” (Blue Prestige label/stereo)

Harry Carney – “Rare Dates without the Duke (1944-49)”
Ray Charles – “Greatest Hits” (ABC 415)
Ray Charles – “Spotlight on Ray”
Ray Charles & Cleo Laine – “Porgy and Bess” (2x LP box set)
Doc Cheatham and Sammy Price – “Doc & Sammy” (Orig. Sackville)
Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page – “White Boy Blues” (2xLP)
John Coltrane Quartet – “Ballads” (Orig. stereo pressing w/ orange/black Impulse label)
Larry Coryell – “Bolero” (w/ Japanese OBI strip)
Eddie Costa – “Memorial Concert” (Rare jazz record)

Pete Daily Vs. Phil Napoleon – “Dixieland Jazz Battle, Vol. 1” (10”)
Wallace Davenport Gospel Singers – “Volume 1”
Willie Dixon – “Willie’s Blues” (Bluesville Reissue)
Dollar Brand Duo – “Good News from Africa” (Orig. stereo 74 issue)
Dr. John – “Tango Place” (original 1979 Horizon issue)

Duke Ellington – “Primping for the Prom” (Holland Import - CBS)

Ella Fitzgerald – “Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook, Vol. 2” (Orig.)
Funkadelic – “Funkadelic” (Orig. 1970 Stereo Westbound/Janus)

Dexter Gordon – “The Montmartre Collection, vol. 1”(Stereo)
Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto – “Getz/Gilberto” (Black Verve label)
Stan Getz & Jimmie Rowles – “The Peacocks”
Dizzy Gillespie- “Tempo Jazzmen/Hermanites Confirmation”

Herbie Hancock – “Head Hunters” (Classic jazz/funk/fusion!)
Coleman Hawkins - “The Hawk Flies High” (Riverside [RLP 233] Reissue)
Earl Hines – “The Legendary Little Theater Concert of 1964”
Allan Holdsworth – “Velvet Darkness” (amazing jazz fusion)
John Lee Hooker – “Endless Boogie” (2xLP - ’71 Orig. [ABCD-720])

Bunk Johnson – “The Last Testament of a Great New Orleans Jazzman” (1955 Six Eye issue on Columbia CL 829 Mono recording)

Cleo Laine – “The Unbelievable ”
Cleo Laine – “ This Is…Shakespeare and All That Jazz”
Meade Lux Lewis – “Blues Piano” (Riverside Reissue)

Herbie Mann – “My Kinda Groove” (original Atlantic stereo)
Albert Mangelsdorff – “Tromboneliness” (Original Sackville)
Turk Mauro – “The Underdog”
Clyde Mcphatter & Drifters – “Rock and Roll” (orig. Atlantic black label)
Al Di Meola – “Splendido Hotel” (White promo Columbia label)
The Meters – “Good Old Funky Music”
The Mizell Brothers – “Mizell” (Blue Note 2x LP)
The Modern Jazz Quartet – “Pyramid” (Orig. Mono press/black Atlantic label)
The Modern Jazz Quartet – “Django” (56 orig./446 W. 50th Prestige label – DG)
Thelonious Monk – “Big Band and Quartet in Concert” (Columbia)
Thelonious Monk – “Underground” (Columbia)
Jelly Roll Morton – “Commodore Years: New Orleans Memories” (2x LP)

Kid Howard (George Guesnon) – “Music of New Orleans” (10”/mono)
Kid Ory – “This Kids the Greatest” (reissue)

Phil Napoleon & His Memphis Five – “Two Beat” (10”)
New Jazz Quintet – “High Energy Design”
James Newton – “Romance and Revolution” (1987 Blue Note orig.)
Neville Brothers – “Live at Tipitina’s”
Sam Noto – “Entrance”

Charlie Parker (w/ Dizzy Gillespie) – “The Bird Flies Deep” (reissue)
Joe Pass – “Virtuoso” (Pablo issue)

Ramsay Lewis Trio – “Barefoot Sunday Blues”

Sonny Rollins - “The Sound of Sonny” (Riverside Records [RLP-241] Reissue)

Frank Sinatra – “Get Happy” (Columbia House Party 10”)
Billy Strayhorn & His Orchestra – “Cue For Saxophone”
Ralph Sutton & Jay McShann – “Last of the Whorehouse Piano Players”

Cecil Taylor – “Looking Ahead” (Contemporary Original Mono Issue -RARE!)
Art Tatum & Buddy De Franco – “The Tatum Group Masterpieces”
The Three – “East Wind” (Direct Cutting LP)
Allen Toussaint- “The Wild Sound of New Orleans” (1958 RCA Org.)

Bennie Wallace – “Big Jim’s Tango”
The Jack Walrath Group – “Revenge of the Fat People”
Muddy Waters – “Rolling Stone” (Chess Reissue)
Joe Williams – “A Man Ain’t Supposed To Cry” (Roulette label)

V/A – “Blue Note Gems of Jazz” (White & Blue, Blue Note label)


ROCK & ROLL, POP, FOLK, & RAP

A Tribe Called Quest – “The Low End Theory” (Orig./Cat# HIP 117)
AC/DC – “For Those about To Rock”
Aerosmith – “Toys in the Attic”

Babe Ruth – “First Base” (Original 1972 Harvest Records)
Band Aid – “Do They Know It’s Christmas” (12” single)
The Beach Boys – “Pet Sounds” (Capital green label reissue/Mono)
Jeff Beck, Tim Bogert, Carmine Appice – “Beck, Bogert, & Appice”
T-Bone Burnett – “Trap Door”

Chickasaw Mudd Puppies – “8 track Stomp” (Michael Stipe of REM)
The Choirboys – “The Choirboys [Repertoire]” (Atco promo label)
Alice Cooper – “Greatest Hits”
Alice Cooper – “Killer” (Orig. 1971 WB issue/white promo label)
Eric Clapton – “No Reason to Cry”

Derrick and the Dominos – “Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs”
The Doors – “Morrison Hotel”
Doug E. Fresh – “The World’s Greatest Entertainer” (w/ orig. insert)
The Dream Academy – “The Dream Academy” (Sleeve still in shrink)
Duran Duran – “Nite Romantics” (Japanese Import w/ OBI strip)
Bob Dylan – “Greatest Hits, vol. 1” (Stereo)

Elf – “Elf” – (pre-Dio w/ Ronnie James Dio)

Fever Tree - “Fever Tree” (Debut on MCA Records [MCA-551])
Free – “Live” - $8

Jerry Garcia – “Garcia” (Uncensored cover – 1972)
Jerry Garcia – “Garcia ('Compliments' – 1974)
Goose Creek Symphony – “Do Your Thing but Don’t Touch Mine” (White Promo Label)
The Grateful Dead – “Bear’s Choice: History of the Grateful Dead”
The Grateful Dead – “Wake of the Flood”
The Grateful Dead – “The History of the Grateful Dead” (PRD-0016)
The Grateful Dead – “Go To Heaven”
Jojo Gunne – “Jumpin' the Gunne”

Jimi Hendrix – “Electric Ladyland” (2xLP Gatefold sleeve/Reprise label)
Jimi Hendrix – “Midnight Lightning” (Reprise label)
Jimi Hendrix – “Isle of Wight” (1971 original on Polydor)
Jimi Hendrix – “Mr. Pitiful”

Michael Jackson – “Thriller”
Jackson Five – “14 Greatest Hits (Picture Disc w/ poster)”
Billy Joel – “Glass House”

Billy Joel - “An Innocent Man” (Audiophile Pressing/1983/Columbia)

Mickey Jupp - “Mickey Jupp's Legend” (Stiff Records)
Jorma Kaukonen - “Quah” - $3
King Crimson– “In the Court of the Crimson King”
Kiss – “Destroyer”

Led Zeppelin – “IV” (w/ original inserts)
Led Zeppelin – “House of the Holy” (w/ original inserts)
Led Zeppelin – “Presence” (w/ original inserts)
John Lennon – “Mind Games”
Louisiana – “Louisiana: World’s Fair” (Picture disc)
Little Feat – “Hoy-Hoy” (Promo LP)
Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Lynyrd Skynyrd”
Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Second Helping”

Paul McCartney – “McCartney” (Black Capitol/Stereo [SMAS-3363])
The Monkees – “The Monkees”
The Monkees – “More of the Monkees”
The Monkees – “Headquarters”

P.F.M – “Chocolate Kings” – (rare progressive rock LP)
Graham Parker & Rumor – “Vertigo/High Times” (w/ Jap. OBI strip)
The Pharcyde – “Bizarre Ride II” (2xLP – blue & gold vinyl)
Pink Floyd – “Wish You Were Here” (No sleeve, just insert)
Pink Floyd – “A Nice Pair” (Uncensored cover, Capital issue 2xLP)
Pink Floyd – “Works”-
Elvis Presley – “Elvis, vol. 1: A Legendary…[early years]” (w/ booklet)
Elvis Presley – “Elvis, vol. 3: A Legendary Performer” (w/ booklet)
Elvis Presley – “Elvis, vol. 3: A Legendary…” (Picture disc)
Prince – “Around the World in A Day/Paisley Park”
The Psychedelic Furs – “Forever Now”
The Psychedelic Furs - “Talk Talk Talk”
The Psychedelic Furs - “Mirror Moves”
Radioactive Goldfish – “LSD is the Bomb/Electrode” (DJ LP on Green)

REM – “Reconstruction of the Fables”
Rolling Stones – “Big Hits (High Tides and Green Grass)” (Mono issue on London Records)

The Silos – “About Her Steps” (Private press folk-rock album)
Soft Cell – “Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing”
Ringo Starr – “Blast From Your Past”
Cat Stevens – “Greatest Hits” (Audiophile Series LP)
Supertramp – “Breakfast In America”

Talking Heads – “77”

Van Halen – “1984”

The Who – “Odds and Sods”
The Who – “Hooligans”
Kim Wilde – “Another Step”
Wings (Paul McCartney) – “Wings Over America” [3 LP’s]
Wishbone Ash – “Self-titled”
"Learn everything, later you will see that nothing is superfluous." - Hugh of Saint-Victor (c.1096–1141)

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Postby Isaac » Mon Sep 06, 2010 6:12 pm

How is the shape of Transatlanticsm? I'll take your word if it is good to save you picture upload time.

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Postby lovestartsdeath » Tue Sep 07, 2010 7:22 am

Actually, just sold that one like early Monday morning. I was at work when you inquired and couldn't get online to reply. Sorry.

Is there anything else you're interested in?
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Postby Isaac » Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:55 am

nah man, I appreciate it, I am getting rid of a ton of vinyl too right now, Transatlanticism is one of the few things I should have bought when it came out. Thanks anyway

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Postby FatalWound » Tue Sep 07, 2010 10:02 am

I just bought a car last week. I might be in touch about a couple things when I get paid again.
I'm just one too many mornings and a thousand miles behind.

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Postby ajmiller » Tue Sep 07, 2010 10:34 am

congrats on the kid

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Postby lovestartsdeath » Tue Sep 07, 2010 11:29 am

Isaac wrote:nah man, I appreciate it, I am getting rid of a ton of vinyl too right now, Transatlanticism is one of the few things I should have bought when it came out. Thanks anyway


Sorry man. Do you have a list available of what you're trying to get rid of? You might have some stuff I'd be interested in.

FatalWound wrote:I just bought a car last week. I might be in touch about a couple things when I get paid again.


Cool man, let me know. I'm sure I'll still have a bunch.

ajmiller wrote:congrats on the kid


Thank you, AJ.
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David Bazan "Jingle Bells" 7"

Postby jtyost » Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:43 pm

I know this post is kinda old, but if you've still got that David Bazan "Jingle Bells" 45, I'd be interested in buying it. I've got all the xmas singles, but somehow I missed that one when it came out!

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Re: David Bazan "Jingle Bells" 7"

Postby lovestartsdeath » Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:47 pm

jtyost wrote:I know this post is kinda old, but if you've still got that David Bazan "Jingle Bells" 45, I'd be interested in buying it. I've got all the xmas singles, but somehow I missed that one when it came out!


It was sold.

I have my copy I'd sell for $100
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Jingle Bells

Postby jtyost » Wed Oct 06, 2010 2:12 pm

Aw, damn. Thanks for replying, though.

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Re: Jingle Bells

Postby lovestartsdeath » Wed Oct 06, 2010 2:19 pm

jtyost wrote:Aw, damn. Thanks for replying, though.


Haha. I just don't want to sell my other copy.

Check on eBay. It's not something that is totally tough to come by.
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