Label: Post Records - POST-747 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop •
XLP Beethoven Symphony no. Plays with very light light background noise, mostly very light crackle noticeable between tracks. This vinyl is in beautiful condition! Edges and spine have light scuffs or rubbing in spots and on the corners. Buyer Pays Return Shipping.
We Use PayPal. International Buyers please inquire as to combined shipping rates prior to bidding. Mint: Factory sealed, unopened, may have slight or small tears on the shrinkwrap but the cover has no flaws and the vinyl has not been removed. Near Mint, NM: Vinyl plays all the way through, no jumps or skipping with no noticeable background noise. Vinyl is very shiny with very few very light scratches, very light scuffs and or "paper rubs". Noise is only a couple of light pops or very occasional crackle, does not affect enjoyment of the record.
Vinyl is shiny but does show some light dulling from use, not as shiny as when new. Very Good, VG: Vinyl plays all the way through, no jumps or sticking, although anti-skating adjustments may have been used to prevent this.
Plays with light background noise. Noise will be light pops or consistent light crackle. Vinyl will have dulling, scratches and scuffs. Scratches are not very deep but they look like they may cause some background noise. Plays with moderate to heavy background noise. Vinyl has significant dulling, may be covered with scratches and scuffs. Some scratches may appear fairly deep and will look like the sound will be significantly affected.
Good, G: Vinyl will play Kosmická Láska (Heart Of Glass) - Various - XIX. Album Supraphonu there may or may not be jumps or sticking. Plays with loud background noise, the sound quality is significantly affected, to the point it is Bo Diddley - Various - 30 Now Goldens Vol.
2 (68/WRKO Now Radio Boston) enjoyable to listen to. Vinyl will look like it will barely play, with scratches covering the surface, many very deep. I will not list any records in this category unless they are the rarest of rare. Near Mint, NM: Cover may or may not have original shrinkwrap. Shrinkwrap may have slight, small holes or tears but the cover itself will show only the very slightest of wear.
The cover will look as is it was just removed from the shrinkwrap. Edges and spine will have very light if any rubbing, corners may have a little very light scuffing. May have stickers but no writing. Slight yellowing if it is a lighter color. No moisture or other stains. May have cut-out.
May have some writing but fairly unobtrusive, does not have large or heavy writing. Edges and spine may have some rubbing and scuffs. Will not have split seams unless the front and back covers show very little wear. May have some slight wrinkles and scuffs from storage. May have very faint moisture stains, but not heavy or obvious.
Very Good, VG: Cover will have very noticeable rubbing, scuffs or ring wear. May have writing, stains, spots, moisture stains, stickers, wrinkles and creases. Edges and spine may be split, but at least one edge will be intact. May have unobtrusive tape.
Edges and spine may be split or have tape. Good, G: Cover will show heavy wear, with all of the above, only worse. I do not list records in this condition unless they are very rare. The Beatles Half Moon Street - Count Basie - Chairman Of The Board. Great Example of 's Boston's Top 40 Records.
House Of The Rising Sun. Happy Together. Girl Watcher. Sweet Little Sixteen. Simon Says. Sweet Pea. Bo Diddley. Grazing In The Grass. Since I Don't Have Bo Diddley - Various - 30 Now Goldens Vol. 2 (68/WRKO Now Radio Boston). Monday, Monday. I'm Your Puppet. Brown Eyed Girl. Kind Of A Drag. Will You Love Me Tomorrow. Hold Me Tight. Green Tambourine. Do You Believe In Magic. Expressway To Your Heart. You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling.
Its My Life And I Prefer To Run It Myself - The Hatcliffe House Tapes - Volume 3 - Colours And Them, Would You Believe In Me - Various - Soul Chasers, Volta Jazz - Marie Thérèse / Nâgô Fâla, Halfway To Nowhere - Destin Fragile - Halfway To Nowhere