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Remember that thread about the most scuiffy, ugly records for sale on ebay?

Look at the state of this one, looks as if you could catch something off it :yes:

https://cgi.ebay.com/Northern-Soul-45-Eddie-Curtis-Edbern-692-/370439324391?pt=Music_on_Vinyl&hash=item563fe782e7

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Remember that thread about the most scuiffy, ugly records for sale on ebay?

Look at the state of this one, looks as if you could catch something off it :yes:

https://cgi.ebay.com/...=item563fe782e7

Yes, put me down for a boxful, please!:yes:

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:thumbup: Thing is - it depends why you want them. The examples shown are pretty sh!ite but it's label damage. In an ideal world everyone would find a perfect mint copy of their desired vinyl. But.........not everyone regards themselves as a collector and just wants the sound (yes , because they collect them :thumbsup: ) , and for arguements sake (and it's a well worn arguement) on original vinyl. I'd sooner have a crap water damaged label on an Ex to Mint player than a decent looking copy that sounds like a box of Snap Crackle & Pop. I'd sooner own a water damaged Shrine label, courtesy of Washington DC Fire Services than an unsleeved copy that's been abused through years of neglect. What's in the groove counts for a lot. Some would even go so far to say that label damage and w.o.l. can be regarded as part of the vinyl's history. To others condition, including the label, is everything. It's all relative.

:thumbsup: Kev

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:huh: Thing is - it depends why you want them. The examples shown are pretty sh!ite but it's label damage. In an ideal world everyone would find a perfect mint copy of their desired vinyl. But.........not everyone regards themselves as a collector and just wants the sound (yes , because they collect them :thumbsup: ) , and for arguements sake (and it's a well worn arguement) on original vinyl. I'd sooner have a crap water damaged label on an Ex to Mint player than a decent looking copy that sounds like a box of Snap Crackle & Pop. I'd sooner own a water damaged Shrine label, courtesy of Washington DC Fire Services than an unsleeved copy that's been abused through years of neglect. What's in the groove counts for a lot. Some would even go so far to say that label damage and w.o.l. can be regarded as part of the vinyl's history. To others condition, including the label, is everything. It's all relative.

:thumbsup: Kev

F*ck me I just wanted to see pictures of shitty record labels not get your life story :thumbup:

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F*ck me I just wanted to see pictures of shitty record labels not get your life story :thumbsup:

:thumbsup::thumbup: But I'm bored Pete.

When the old grey matter is working again I'll remember which Stateside vinyl I have where some t0sser has removed the top layer of the label and hand drawn a Kent/Modern label in felt-tip. :ohmy:wtf

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:thumbsup: :thumbsup: But I'm bored Pete.

When the old grey matter is working again I'll remember which Stateside vinyl I have where some t0sser has removed the top layer of the label and hand drawn a Kent/Modern label in felt-tip. :ohmy:wtf

There's this spaghetti western inspired reggae tune by The Concords called Return Of The Pollock, it's supposed to be Return Of The Polak but they obviously couldn't spell it, I have yet to see a copy which hasn't been changed to return Of The Bollock :thumbup: childish but always makes me laugh

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Now Thats What You Call A Minger :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

i love the fact that condition is VG.....brilliant:lol: :thumbup::huh:

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F*ck me I just wanted to see pictures of shitty record labels..................

Mmm Pete, I just love it when you talk dirty................laugh.gif

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F*ck me I just wanted to see pictures of shitty record labels not get your life story :thumbsup:

The copy of The Satisfactions [here] should keep you happy then - mind you it plays better than my copy :unsure:

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The copy of The Satisfactions [here] should keep you happy then - mind you it plays better than my copy :thumbsup:

I mean seriously, I'd be embarassed to list something that looked like that

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The copy of The Satisfactions [here] should keep you happy then - mind you it plays better than my copy :thumbsup:

but it is a " Promotional Copy "

not what you'd call a wdj tho' ,

unless the 'w' stood for wrecked :unsure:

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