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The Smiths 1st LP Original 1984 UK Rough Trade pressing , complete with inner sleeve

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Original 1984 UK Rough Trade Rough#61

I don’t not use generic record grading, all flaws : writing, spindle marks, scuffs, scratches will be noted.   Please note  -All records have some form of static or background crackle.

Cover :  VG++ Minor handling : see photos, no significant creases, no splits

Inner Sleeve : EX-  : Minor handling : see photos, no significant creases, no splits

LP :  EX++ Minor spindle wear on labels are the only signs of it being played beyond a hairline/removal mark – Clean record  with no marks or scuffs. Martrix Rough 61-A3/ B2 this  pressing has the Rough Trade ‘stamp’ logo on the label.

Cover photo is a still from ‘Warhol’s’ Flesh featuring Joe Dallesandrio directed by Paul Morrissey.

1x LP UK  2nd Class signed = £4.55    EU =£12.45  USA Int’ tracks & signed (5-7 days)= £19.50

Mint : Doesn’t exist, unless sealed.

NM : No sign of being played whatsoever ! No spindles marks on label !

EX+/EX : Unless mentioned in listing only the very slightest signs of being played. Nothing beyond a light sleeve removal mark/hairline.

VG++/ VG+ : Still good enough for a collector but all flaws listed. not much to be frightened about : but if you only buy records to examine them under a strong halogen bulb, then this a record that has been played, and is intended for playing : no skips, no loud pops, but possibly light static/crackle.

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Original 1984 UK Rough Trade Rough#61

I don’t not use generic record grading, all flaws : writing, spindle marks, scuffs, scratches will be noted.   Please note  -All records have some form of static or background crackle.

Cover :  VG++ Minor handling : see photos, no significant creases, no splits

Inner Sleeve : EX-  : Minor handling : see photos, no significant creases, no splits

LP :  EX++ Minor spindle wear on labels are the only signs of it being played beyond a hairline/removal mark – Clean record  with no marks or scuffs. Martrix Rough 61-A3/ B2 this  pressing has the Rough Trade ‘stamp’ logo on the label.

Cover photo is a still from ‘Warhol’s’ Flesh featuring Joe Dallesandrio directed by Paul Morrissey.

1x LP UK  2nd Class signed = £4.55    EU =£12.45  USA Int’ tracks & signed (5-7 days)= £19.50

Mint : Doesn’t exist, unless sealed.

NM : No sign of being played whatsoever ! No spindles marks on label !

EX+/EX : Unless mentioned in listing only the very slightest signs of being played. Nothing beyond a light sleeve removal mark/hairline.

VG++/ VG+ : Still good enough for a collector but all flaws listed. not much to be frightened about : but if you only buy records to examine them under a strong halogen bulb, then this a record that has been played, and is intended for playing : no skips, no loud pops, but possibly light static/crackle.

More Smiths & related stock :

The Smiths Hatful of Hollow UK 1st pressing

The Smiths Original 1987 UK “Strangeways Here We Come” LP

The New York Dolls by Morrissey

James Dean is Not Dead by Steven Morrissey. 1st- uncredited & 2nd edition

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