Sold Date: July 10, 2021
Start Date: February 26, 2021
Final Price: $100.00 (USD)
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Media: LPs
Condition: Strong VG+/VG++
Cover Condition: NM
Label: Capitol
Reference Number : SO-383
Country: US
Date: 1978 (1969)

1978 Purple label AUDIOPHILE reissue pressed on QUIEX VIRGIN VINYL. Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Jacksonville pressing denoted by 0 stamp in dead wax run-outs.
Side 1 grades Strong VG+ with some light surface sleeve scuffs/hazing, nothing I can feel though. Side 2 grades VG++ with a few lighter surface sleeve scuffs just barely holding grade back from NM-, nothing I can feel. Purple labels have a touch of wear/spindle marks around center holes. Cover in original shrink-wrap is excellent with a hint of cornerwear/edgewear and a sticker on front cover shrink.
Songs: Come Together, Something, Maxwell's Silver Hammer, Oh! Darling, Octopus's Garden, I Want You (She's So Heavy), Here Comes the Sun, Because, You Never Give Me Your Money, Sun King, Mean Mr. Mustard, Polythene Pam, She Came in Through the Bathroom Window, Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, The End, Her Majesty (listed on label, not on back cover).

If you’re not familiar with Quiex, it's like this: As CDs began coming on the scene in the 1980s, record companies started pressing Quiex II lps for primarily for radio stations. The idea was to show that vinyl was still king and sounded as good--or better--than CDs. MOST Quiex pressings were marked as Quiex that were shipped to radio. But if too many were pressed, they were packaged as regular LPs and those lucky enough to unknowingly buy them were then blessed with clearer sound! This translucent brown Audiophile beauty IS one of those pressings.



Current Charges (which cover postage, PROPER packaging materials, etc...):
LPs: United States: Media Mail $5.83 LP, each additional item: $1.00; Priority $15.77 LP, each additional item: $5.50. (NOTE: A double album is the SAME AS TWO LPs, a triple the same as THREE and a 5LP box set the same as FIVE records, etc.
United States: DVDs, CDs or 45s: United States: Media mail $5.38, each additional $1.00; Priority $10 each additional item: $3
Canada: First Class International: $26.50 LP, each additional item: $7CD or 45$17; $6 each additional.
Europe, Asia, Japan, Australia, Mexico and South America, everywhere else: First Class International: $29.50; each additional item: $8.50 CD and 45 $20 each additional:$7
For INTERNATIONAL ORDERS OF 5 LPS or MORE, cost depends on weight. 4 lbs. or less is 1st Class Int'l; over 4 lbs. goes Priority Int'l.
International packages are typically sent by First Class International mail. It is fairly quick and cheap. Tracking is now available to some countries. However, insurance is NOT offered by the US Post Office with this shipping option.
If you prefer that your package be insured, shipping will be by Priority Mail International mail or registered mail. That is a LOT more expensive, but this is YOUR option. Ask me.
Ask for a quote if needed.

PLANETARYSOUNDS DOES NOT include insurance. Insurance is up to YOU! If you think there is a risk such as damage or loss (bad postman, porch theft, etc.) , insure it! If you don't we will not be liable for such loss.
At our choosing, however, we may require insurance or registered mail for higher priced items, typically over $100, ANYWHERE in the world.
Please read these shipping instructions so you are 100 Percent sure of costs.

Here is the standard PlanetarySounds grades records by (with help from Goldmine).
Remember, even with such a guide, grading is still subjective. Most albums, unless noted, are visually graded under bright lights. We strive to provide as much information as possible about each album. Please ask questions if unsure about anything BEFORE you bid.
Still Sealed (SS) As good as it gets. Unopened and most likely perfect all around.
Mint (M) Absolutely perfect in every way. Maybe played once. Handled with utmost care.
Near Mint (NM or M-) A nearly perfect record. The record shows no obvious signs of wear. Covers show no more than the most minor defects. The same holds true for inserts, such as posters, lyric sleeves, etc.
Near Mint Minus or Very Good Plus Plus (NM- or VG++) Just a hair more wear than NM, but still very close to Near Mint overall. Vinyl may have nominal sleeve or paper scuffs, cover may have hint of wear. VG++ will be just a fraction below NM- due to one additional tiny defect.
Very Good Plus (VG+) Album and cover show some light signs that it was played and otherwise handled with care of it. Record surfaces may have slight surface scuffs or very light scratches that don't affect play. If not for a couple things wrong with it, this would be Near Mint.
Very Good (VG) Increased scuffs or light scratches, surface noise evident upon playing. Covers and labels may be marred by writing, or have tape or stickers, or minor seam splits.
Very Good Minus (VG-) Certain background noise, possible click or pop, flawed item. Covers heavily damaged, major splits, tears, writing, etc.

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