October 16, 2020
Start Date: September 16, 2020
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Thirteenth Floor Elevators - Easter Everywhere
Label: International Artist Recording Corp. Number: IA-LP-5 Year: 1967 Country: USA
Jacket: VG+ above average ring/shelf wear - seams intact Vinyl: Ex- surface scuff between track 1 and 2 that makes some clicks/pops - rest of lp plays clean with fantastic sonics - this is a great pressing
Additional Note: Includes custom inner lyric sleeve. Very first pressing of this psych masterpiece. "Posturos" is misspelled. Corrected on next run. Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout etched): IAS 5 Side 1 1C Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout etched): IAS 5 Side 2 1C
**** All vinyl except sealed lps are: Cleaned on a VPI Record Cleaning Machine with L'Art du Son cleaning liquid. Finished with Zerostat anti-static gun to de-staticise vinyl, then given new inner and outer sleeves. ****
Please Note that all vinyl is visually graded unless otherwise specified
U.S. Media Mail is Free! $.50 for each additional lp.
International shipping prices:
Canada is $16 for a single record. For the rest of the world, prices are as follows:
1 Record is $28.00
2 Records are $37.00
3 Records are $44.00 Each additional record add $8.
International bidders *****PLEASE NOTE******
First Class International Shipping has no tracking and no insurance. If you want the package insured, the package must be sent Express mail International.
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Near Mint (NM): This is a record that has been played just a few times or was handled and played with great care. The jacket will also show few signs of being handled.
Excellent (Exc.): A record that has been played several times with proper care. There may be slight scuffs or very light hairline marks that do not impair the sound of the record.Jackets may have some ring/spine wear and discoloration. Inner sleeves/booklets may have some slight wear.
Very Good Plus (VG+): You will probably hear some surface noise between tracks or in quiet sections of a VG+ record. This is a record that was played several times without proper care or was played many times with care. Though there may be a pop or tic at times, the record will be enjoyable to listen to. The cover and the labels may show some writing, or have stickers or residue attached. Spine and ring wear on the jacket will usually be evident.
Very Good (VG): A VG record will play pretty decently, but there will be noticeable surface noise at times. There may be a mark on the record that is audible for several revolutions. The jacket may have seam splits and soiling.