Dead or Alive 10" Vinyl I'd Do Anything . 4 Tracks . Read Description

Sold Date: May 12, 2024
Start Date: April 18, 2024
Final Price: £12.99 (GBP)
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We do not use stock images. What you see is what you get. You will not receive an over graded record. Its all in the images.
This is a VG+) record. 
Highly Collectible 10"
We ship 24 hour Tracked and you can see on the images.
Side 1- I'd Do Anything           - Anything(Dub) Side 2 - Misty Circles            - What I want
See below for grading

These records are very near perfect. They could be opened, but still appear perfect like they just arrived from the retail store. Many cautious retailers will never grade a record higher than NM. The record should show no visible defects or signs of wear. Factory defects should also be non-existent – so that includes surface bubbles and off-center pressings. They can be records that have been played, but not too often, and always on an excellent turntable with care. Naturally, the cover should be free of creases, ring wear, cut-out holes, writing, and splits of any kind. The same applies to any other inserts, posters, and lyric sheets.


VG+ records are in excellent condition, except for some minor signs of wear, including light scuffs or very light scratches that do not affect the listening experience. Slight warps that do not affect the sound are also acceptable. Any sign of previous playback and wear should be very minor; there might be some spindle wear and perhaps a few scuff marks on the label, but overall the record should be in very good shape.

The same applies to the record sleeve, which should have only very minor signs of shelf wear, such as a few light scuffs and perhaps some element of discoloration. Surprisingly, according to Goldmine, a VG+ cover may have some defacing, such as cut-out markings. In the end, the buyer will determine if such defects are a deal-breaker or not. 


 All the VG+ flaws mentioned will be far more obvious. Groove wear and light scratches deep enough to feel with a fingernail are likely visible to the naked eye. When played, a VG record has surface noise, and some scratches may be audible, especially in quiet passages and between tracks. Any noise should not be overpowering or too distracting; pops and clicks are occasional, not constant.

Album covers rated as very good are sound in structure overall and should look ‘well-loved’ but not trashed. There could be signs of ring-wear, perhaps some minor writing, or even some tape and/or stickers on the surface. Seam splitting will be more obvious, and there could be some wear in the middle of the inner or outer sleeve where the record sits