Pioneering of Danish heavy acid organ rock. Gatefold cover is decent nick despite flimsy nature of material. Believe it or not, this is a lot better than average used copies. Record has a tiny mark on the beginning of side one that create a few crackles but other than that it plays NM throughout.
Obscure German private pressing plays folk blues psych with weird arrangements. Lead guitarist previously joined another underground private pressing called AIR. Cover has slight yellowing, but overall nice and clean.
One of the best South American acid psych, and this is the best possible condition I’ve seen so far. Very flimsy cover has slightly water damaged on the backside of the front slick, so it seems a bit rippled, but nothing too obvious. Otherwise, it’s gorgeous without tears, writings, or other noticeable issues. Record barely used. There is a small scratch mark on the end of B-2 that create a few soft ticks, otherwise it plays amazingly great!
Here is a real gem of hideously rare basement lo-fi hard psych instrumental album similar vibes to German Friedhof or US Black Orchids. Totally crude with furious drums and aroused fuzz leads all over the place! Do not expect Mintish copies for this one. Almost all copies are same or worse!
From Los Angeles, obscure synth wave DIY electronic disco influenced by Kraftwerk or Gary Numan. Blue wax as issued comes with poster and inserts. Slight edge warp mostly does not affect play except minimal noise on the very beginning of each sides.
Cover has some lamination lifting along the spine and lower left-hand where a little bend. Some small creasing to the spine. Faintest ring wear on the back. Not for Mint freak, but strong keeper condition for normal people. Record barely played, retain high gloss with minimal paper scuffs. Plays nearly pristine!
Obscure French xian psych folk garage having real unique sounding with primitive rhythm sections, some fuzz, weird male/female vox and flipped-out songs. Another oddball of worldwide xian psych rarities along with Gospelfolk, New Creation, and Concrete Rubber Band!
Pre-Lucifer's Friend, killer hard prog with massive organ galore. Cover has always lamination problems, but the copy offering here is in great nick, and lamination almost intact with a few lamination lifting on the rear along the opening edge. Small initials writing on the rear bottom left that barely noticeable.
Highly acclaimed Latin prog symphonic in Italo rock influences. There are repainting along top & bottom seams and spine edge. Small clear taped on a few areas, but nothing too obvious. Record has number of shallow scuffs and minor scratches. Plays throughout fine with some light crackles in places.
Highly acclaimed Brazilian symphonic prog recorded in 1979, but never appeared till 1983. A few soft pops on the beginning of B-2 caused by a tiny pressing bubble, otherwise it’s pristine, and hardly been played. Included elusive insert.
Pioneering of Spanish underground punk hard rock with full of killer distorted leads, violent vox and speed freak rhythm sections ala Rockcelona and Ramoncin Y W.C. Cover is decent nick with a small sticker on the inside of the album pocket. Record has minor edge warp that does not affect play.
Swirl label housed in 6 foldout poster sleeve. Poster has 4cm split between lower 2 parts, but other than that it's in immaculate condition with bright color unlike most of other copies turned up recently! Includes Siwrl inner (side split).
Lovely female duo produced by Stuart Epps with Elton John helping. They later changed their name to Chanter Sisters. Black textured cover is tidy and crisp with minimal sign of ring wear. Record is gorgeous! Rarely seen a copy like this clean!
Original debut album housed in pillbox circular gatefold cover. Cover has a few faint glue residue from taped cover as usual. Also, split on right hand edge that barely noticeable. But, cover itself is in great nick, and overall nice example as it's so fragile. Record is pristine, looks like played only once or twice! Without doubt this is the best copy I've ever had!
This is a very early pressing housed in flimsy textured cover. Not a slightly later pressing in laminated cover. Spine middle split, almost all of the bottom seam split, and some blemish on the rear, but the front exterior is fine without obvious imperfections. Comes with inner (again bottom seam fully split with a few stain spots).
No OBI, but brilliant copy of top notch Japanese hard psych. Gatefold cover is in super solid shape with minimal staining to the inside for its age. Record is beautiful. Played only a handful times or less. Includes insert (has a small tear on it). Very hard to find a copy like this clean now days, even here in Japan.
Textured flip-back cover has minimal rub to corners and faintest wear on the rear, if going to be picky. But, it’s one of the nicest example I've ever seen over the past two decades. Record is exceptionally clean, and it rarely played.
Tremendous Aussie hard rock housed in amazing gatefold cover with elusive insert! Of course this is the first pressing on swirl labels. Cover is better than average with a small rubbing on the bottom middle. Record has moderate amount of light scuffs and small marks that are barely audible. Plays really strong!
Very rare Near Mint Mono copy comes with red lined inner. Cover has small rip on the front upper opening edge that nothing too major. Other than that it's pretty neat. Dark green label is nearly spotless with minimal spindle marks only.
Here is a year later pressing on orange/red label as second variant. Housed in identical sleeve (wonderful pop-up gatefold) as first pressing and comes with a cardboard cutout knight. Been told this second pressing is way better sounding than first pressing. I've confirmed about it for myself, too (if my copy was not only VG). Musically it's unbeatable jazz tended psychedelic rock at the dawn of Danish prog scene.