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THE CLASH Give ‘em Enough Rope. Rare 1978 US promotional 10-track LP with custom black on white Epic labels with ‘Demonstration Not For Sale’ print, housed in the withdrawn alternate picture sleeve featuring the Clash logo in block capitals with the album title underneath instead of the Chinese style lettering of the released version which has the title in the bottom right corner. There is a gold promo stamp on the back of the sleeve, which also lists the tracks in a different [andincorrect] order to the labels – ‘That’s No Way To Spend Your Youth’ is shown as the final track & ‘Julie’s Been Working For The Drug Squad’ is listed as ‘Julie’s In The Drug Squad’. There is a radio station timing strip on the front with suggested tracks for radio play. The sleeve is Excellent with no deletion cuts & just a minor spot of edge wear. The vinyl appears Near Mint with few signs of play.

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THE CLASH London Calling. 1979 UK 19-track black & white CBS label double vinyl LP, with uncredited extra track ‘Train In Vain’, housed in Ray Lowry’s now legendary sleeve featuring an image of Paul Simonon smashing his Fender Precision Bass against the stage at The Palladium in New York City on 21st September 1979, shot by Pennie Smith [the design a homage to Elvis Presley’s debut], complete with lyric inners. The sleeve has some light edge scuffing and minor storage wear, whilst thevinyl shows only light signs of play.

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THE CLASH London Calling. 1979 UK 19-track black & white CBS label double vinyl LP, with uncredited extra track ‘Train In Vain’, housed in Ray Lowry’s now legendary sleeve featuring an image of Paul Simonon smashing his Fender Precision Bass against the stage at The Palladium in New York City on 21st September 1979, shot by Pennie Smith [the design a homage to Elvis Presley’s debut], complete with lyric inners. The sleeve shows just a little light wear, whilst the vinyl shows only light signs of play.

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Too Much Joy basically kicked off the Punk Pop resurgence of the Nineties but have been largely inactive in recent times. With that in mind, today’s mail was most welcome as it brought two copies of the band’s new single. The A Side is a cover of the Clash’s “We Are The Clash,” and the B-Side is the band’s own retort, “We Are Not The Clash.”

THE CLASH The Singles. 1991 UK 18-track vinyl LP compilation, includes White Riot, London Calling, Rock The Casbah and Should I Stay Or Should I Go, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows light shelfwear, whilst the vinyl has just a few light spotsof cosmetic wear and is Excellent. Available from https://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalogid=691965 #eildotcom #eil #records #vinyl #rarerecords #rarelps #rock #pop #punk #cratedigging #vinyljunkie #vinylcollection #recordcollection #vinylporn #instavinyl #theclash

THE CLASH Give ‘Em Enough Rope. Original 1978 US orange label 10-track LP, housed in the withdrawn alternate picture sleeve featuring the Clash logo in block capitals with the album title underneath instead of the Chinese style lettering of the released version which has the title in the bottom right corner. The sleeve also lists the tracks in a different [and incorrect] order to the labels, with ‘That’s No Way To Spend Your Youth’ shown as the final track & ‘Julie’s Been Working For The Drug Squad’ listed as ‘Julie’s In The Drug Squad’ throughout. Both the sleeve & vinyl appear Near Mint with no deletion cuts – an investment grade copy! Available from https://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalogid=691320 #eildotcom #eil #records #vinyl #rarerecords #rarelps #rock #classicrock #punk #cratedigging #vinyljunkie #vinylcollection #recordcollection #vinylporn #instavinyl #theclash

THE CLASH Sandinista! 1980 UK 36-track triple vinyl LP, featuring The Magnificent Seven, Hitsville UK & The Call Up, hype stickered picture sleeve with ‘The Armagideon Times No.3’ fold-out lyric insert. The sleeve shows light edge & ring wear with some light areas of foxing, whilst the vinyl is Excellent with just a few light hairlines to highlight play. CSH3LSA658044 available from http://eil.com #eildotcom #eil #records #vinyl #rarerecords #rarelps #rock #classicrock #punk #theclash

THE CLASH Give ‘Em Enough Rope. Rare 1978 US 10-track white title label promotional LP, housed in the withdrawn alternate picture sleeve featuring the Clash logo in block capitals, with the album title underneath instead of the Chinese style lettering of the released version which has the title in the bottom right corner. There is a radio station timing strip & gold promo stamp on the back. The sleeve also lists the tracks in a different [incorrect] order to the labels. The sleeveis Excellent with very little wear to show & the vinyl too grades Excellent with minimal evidence of play. CSHLPGI339265 available from http://eil.com #eildotcom #eil #records #vinyl #rarerecords #rarelps #rock #classicrock #punk #theclash

One of the best finds from the record fair the other day: A rare marbled pressing of The Goops’ mid-90s album, Lucky. The Goops knew their way around a great hook and sharply observed lyrics. Case in point: “Vulgar Appetites,” which sounds like a singer/songwriter-era Billy Joel song covered by Debbie Harry fronting The Clash. Yeah—it’s THAT good.
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