The item format is a vinyl LP
The Artist Name is Madison Beer
The Title is Life Support
All of our vinyls are new, unsealed store stock unless otherwise stated, and as such may have collected an amount of dust inside the sleeves. They may have been played in-store. Any scratches or nicks will be detailed in the description and shown in the pictures where possible.
The Media Condition is New, played in store, small hairline, does not effect audio
The Sleeve Condition is New, minor scuffs as pictured
The inlay condition is New/Original
Vinyl Record disc colour
Stock images can show a black, or coloured, or picture disc. Unless a colour or picture is explicitly described in this listing, this purchase is made with the understanding that it could be black or any colour, and or could be a picture disc.
Vinyl discs are released in many editions and variations, such as standard edition, re-issue, demonstration demo, not for sale, promotional promo, special edition, limited edition, and many other editions and versions. The disc you receive could be any of these editions or variations. If you are looking for a specific version or edition please contact us to verify what we are selling before you buy it.
The Outer Sleeve
When we describe the sleeve conditon in this listing, we are describing the outer sleeve only, specifically it does not describe the inner sleeve unless explicitly referenced. All of our vinyls are new, unsealed store stock unless otherwise stated.
The Inner Sleeve
Almost all of our vinyl discs will include either an original inner sleeve, or a plain inner sleeve, or a printed inner sleeve, which we provide with the sole purpose of protecting the record. However, inner sleeves are notorious for being replaced, or damaged, such as edge splits. Unless explicitly mentioned in this listing the inner sleeve is not considered as part of this purchase. If you purchase this Vinyl record it is with the clear understanding the inner sleeve is not included as part of this sale, and if a sleeve is included it is provided on an as/is condition solely as packaging, as a protector for the record, which may have creases, wear or edge splits.
If we reference a hairlines, it means it is a light line on the disc that looks like a hair. Hairlines are different to scratches or wear. A hairline is lighter and has limited and less impact on the playing quality, whereas wear or a scratch can cause some level of clicks, pops or interference when playing.