QUEEN~A NIGHT AT THE OPERA UK LP. EMTC 103.1975 (1st Press)Embossd slv/Blairs/NM

Sold Date: February 19, 2020
Start Date: February 9, 2020
Final Price: £26.00 (GBP)
Bid Count: 3
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QUEEN  Tracklisting:   Title A NIGHT AT THE OPERA A1 Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To ...) B1 The Prophet's Song Country UK A2 Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon B2 Love Of My Life Label EMI A3 I'm In Love With My Car B3 Good Company Cat. No EMTC 103 A4 You're My Best Friend B4 Bohemian Rhapsody Year of Issue 1975 A5 '39 B5 God Save The Queen Format LP (1st Press) A6 Sweet Lady       A7 Seaside Rendezvous  

Matrix/Runout (Side A): YAX 5063-2 BLAIRS GRL   4   Matrix/Runout (Side B): YAX 5064-2 BLAIRS GIIO  1

Embossed Gatefold sleeve has some light yellowing to spine, otherwise NM! Absolutely no edge-wear and just a hint of rubbing to the corners.Spine is square and legible.
1. Track A3 (I'm in Love With My Car is: Dedicated to Johnathan Harris, boy racer to the end.
2. Made and printed in Great Britain.
3. Garrod and Lofthouse Limited. Inner Sleeve has three die-cut corners and printed EMTC 103. Unfortunately there is a seam split (base) (See photos)

Vinyl is NM. There are absolutely no clicks, pops, crackles or noise! No spindle traces. Visually stunning with possibly a  few hairlines visible under a strong light!

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