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Band Title Jacket/vinyl/insert (if applicable) Specifics Price
ACTION Action Kit excellent++/very near mint/very near mint Nippon Phonogram Co. 20PL-41; 1984. Despite the rating, the jacket maintains its original lustre and looks much stronger than the overall grading suggests. Its only problems are the lower-left area bend, the very light lower-right corner bend and a few short, horizontal bends stemming from the spine. There is a little bit of super light ringwear and some kind of dull mark near the top-centre of the back. Hardly anything at all wrong with the record! Much the same can be said about the insert (regular 12" x 12" one).

The foil-finished (not made of foil per se) outer bag has the regular wear and tear you would expect of anything guarding its internal contents and would rate maybe excellent condition. There are two pieces of scotch tape on the back -original or not I haven't a clue- and the remnants of the original sticker which sealed the package shut. The fan club form is very near mint. Same goes for the pencil board. Maybe near mint++ for the comic strip (printed on thick paper) given some pretty light corner wear. The poster gets an excellent+ because while there are very few of those light crescent bends that often plague such bonuses, there is a small tear around one of the fold intersections as seen below.

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ACTION Action Kit 2 excellent/near mint Nippon Phonogram Co. 25PL-1; 1984. Some general signs of wear to the jacket (ringwear, some light stains, general ageing). It comes in the special clear LP bag with designs on it which create a shadow effect or double image when the jacket's inside it. This bag has a 4.25" split up the top of the left side and some light damage to the upper-right side as seen. The record has quite a number of light marks on the outer ring before the recorded material begins though almost no blemishes on the recorded part. This auction includes the clear red bonus flexi with the four songs "Private Corner", "Happy Sad Corner", "Postcard Corner" & "USO News" with a total running time of 9m32s. The flexi has some light scratches in the centre though the recorded area is fine. The sleeve is physically very nice but let's say excellent given the stains on the back.

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JURASSIC JADE Live At Explosion good/very good++ Rock House Explosion EXP-HM701; June 1985. The gatefold jacket has a diagonal fold line going most of the way through it, some signs of ringwear and general wear & light bends. Well what's a record if you don't use it and mess it up a bit along the way? Depending on how you shine the light on it the bends can mostly all disappear. The flexi itself has many light scratches, more on the A side, but still plays alright.

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KUROAGEHA Kamen Yougi n/a Cassette: new
Insert: new
Case: very near mint Just a few light scratches.

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MARCHOSIAS VAMP Destiny Calling new/new/new Engine Records EB-301; 1988. The jacket is mostly in good shape. The jacket is lovely! The platter is sublime. The insert despite being new has a light bend seen below. The bottom-left corner of the jacket also has some light crushing damage which has only just very, very slightly affected the same corner of the insert.

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MARI HAMADA Lunatic Doll excellent/near mint++/excellent+ Victor Musical Industries VIH-28124; 1983. The jacket is mostly in good shape. There's some very light ringwear to the cover, and some corner bends as seen below. Includes the obi in great shape. The record is slightly conservatively graded. It's got just a few very light marks but looks mostly unplayed, even though it isn't. The insert's got a lot of little bends in it as seen below although they are light and don't really weigh that heavily on the overall presentation of the insert.

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X ThanX ~Ai o komete~ n/a Tape: mint
Insert: mint
Clamshell: very near mint A few extremely light marks on the sleeve. I bought this brand new years ago and only ever watched it twice. Still in fantastic condition and includes the shrinkwrap, which is a bit torn but will still more or less stay on the video, for any high-end collectors who care.

YDVS-1001; 1989.03.17.

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X Standing Sex n/a CD: near mint Just a few light scratches.
Case: very good++ Former rental with a sticker denoting this. Has general wear as seen below. Photos 4, 5 & 6 are to show it "sinking" in a bit over the hollow parts of the package. Backed with Joker.

Sony Records SRDL 3372; 1991.

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V/A Go To Eat (Metal Dom) very good++/near mint+ Night Gallery NIGHT-008; 1986. The cover has some pretty light ringwear, some light bends and a long dull mark which only shows when light is shined on it from a certain angle. The back cover has some (but not full) ringwear, some of which is very light, some of which is slightly heavier, particularly as you can see in the upper-right corner. The bottom-right corner has a bend which really only left a bend impression (ie. the short, wrinkly lines) nearer to the top, the rest of the bend being light enough that no such signs appear. Along the bottom there are some light, short vertical bends. The record has a few light marks on both sides but plays fine.

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V/A Skullsmash very good+/mint/near mint Explosion Records EXP-HM191038; July 1988. The jacket has some damage to the four corners, ringwear is pretty much non-existent, the right side has a little edge wear but the real reason for the given rating is the seam split on the bottom, seen below. The record is faultless. I don't know why or how but it honestly looks unplayed. The insert has light impressions of the jacket's corner wear to three corners.

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