LATIN MOD SOUL ROCK picture sleeve 45 LOS CANARIOS Peppermint Frappe/Keep On

Sold Date: January 15, 2021
Start Date: April 5, 2019
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LATIN MOD SOUL ROCK picture sleeve 45 LOS CANARIOS Peppermint Frappe/Keep On

Peppermint Frappe/Keep On the Right Side, Sono Play SN-20.051, made in Spain (sung in English). VG+. Sleeve VG+ with a crease on one side.

See grading codes below.
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GRADING: LPs, EPs and 45s are graded M (mint), NM (near mint), VG+, VG (very good), VG-, G+, G (good), G-, F (fair), and P (poor).
A VG+ record may have some visible scuffs and light scratches and plays well with little surface noise. Scratches on records graded VG and VG- may be deep enough to feel with your fingernail, or there may be scuffs or scratches throughout that cause surface noise. On records in the G+, G and G- range the level of the music is still above the surface noise caused by scuffs and scratches. Surface noise is as loud as the music on records graded F and louder than the music on P records. P records are likely to be unplayable.
[+ and - denote in-between grades. Grades with a slash in between indicate the condition of Side A/Side B.]

Jackets graded VG+ have only slight wear; jackets graded VG are more worn but still intact unless defects are noted. G jackets show definite damage and F and P jackets are probably falling apart. Splits, markings, cut corners, and other defects will be noted.