Vinyl Soundtrack La Boum 2 Vladimir Cosma LP Record (Disk NM) w/ Poster

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Vinyl Soundtrack La Boum 2 Vladimir Cosma LP Record (Disk NM) w/ Poster
La Boum 2 (Original Soundtrack) 1986 / Vinyl / LP Seoul Records, South Korea, SRD2-167
Comes with the poster of Sophie Marceau
Vinyl, LP, Korea Edition. Worldwide Shipping (Air Parcel) from Korea.  Shipping only $5 with tracking information.
We only use a high quality cardboard box for packaging, not a media mail.  This is a USED Vinyl records, If you experience any skipping or click noise of the disk, We will send you the replacement or full refund.
Vinyl Condition
Media Condition: NM (Near Mint) Sleeve Condition: EX (Excellent), some color changes.
Track List
A1Your Eyes4:38 A2I Can't Swim2:25 A3Livin' Together3:35 A4Disillusion (Instrumental)4:06 A5Maybe You're Wrong3:25
B1Silverman3:38 B2Reaching Out4:57 B3Rockin' At The Hop3:20 B4Silverman (Instrumental)2:48 B5La Boum 2 (Instrumental)3:07

Vinyl Grade System of My Shop
MINT(Sealed) > NM (Near Mint) > EX (Excellent) > VG (Very Good) > G+ (Good Plus) > G (Good) > F (Fair) > P (Poor)
MINT(Sealed) >  We use the MINT grade just for factory sealed records
NM (Near Mint) >  Right below Mint comes Near Mint, which is still in pristine, like-new condition but will be unsealed and maybe played a few times. To qualify as Near Mint, the record should still be fresh and glossy, with absolutely no visible marks, warps, blemishes or auditory imperfections of any kind.
EX (Excellent) or VG+ (Very Good Plus) >  Very Good Plus records (sometimes termed as “Excellent”) will carry very light scratches, warps, or other signs of use but nothing that affects the audio quality or playability of the disc. These are usually records that have been played as part of a collection, but not to the point where they could be considered at all worn out. Very Good Plus records may showcase some wear around the label or center hole, but still play and sound close to Near Mint records, save for perhaps some very mild background noise between tracks.
VG (Very Good) >  The Very Good designation is where visible and audible imperfections on a record become more apparent. Very Good records still play through without any drastic skips or other playback issues. Surface noise will be present (especially between tracks) along with other audible indications that the record has indeed been used, but nothing too overwhelming. Very Good records typically show visible markings, scratches, and other blemishes. Some of these will be audible on playback as well, but again nothing that would distract the listener from the music at any particular point.
G+ (Good Plus) >  We don't sell the records from this grade.
G (Good) > 
F (Fair) > 
P (Poor)