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    Timi Yuro "It'll never Be Over For Me"

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  1. For sale: John Harris & the Soul Sayers “Hangin’ In” (Kerston numbered re-issue 444/500) £100 (inc P&P) Played once or twice, lovely condition. PayPal please! PM to reserve. Thanks for looking. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GlPHGUl6cc4
  2. The BBC article states: "The free trade deal means there are no quotas or tariffs on the goods traded between the EU and UK, but that doesn't mean there are no extra taxes or costs." VAT is now chargeable on ALL goods being imported, regardless of cost. Charged at point of sale for goods under £135 - and orders over £135 are subject to VAT and additional import tax surcharges. Ebay are now charging the 20% VAT onto purchases, and it's only a matter of time before Discogs introduces it. They add sales taxes for Australia and certain US states already.
  3. Auction house premiums are nothing to do with tax - that's just how they make their commission. They usually charge the seller 25% AND the buyer 25% - so they're basically getting 50% of the sale price just by auctioning the item.
  4. Wanted: 7" Sophisticated Ladies "I'll Keep Coming Back" b/w "This Ain't Really Love" (Reflection CBL-9) Please PM with price and condition - thanks for looking!
  5. But has anyone ever seen an "Emidisc" label which omits the word "disc" and just has "Emi" at the top (see attached image to see what they usually look like)? I'm ALMOST feeling bold enough to stick my neck out and suggest they don't actually exist, except on this batch of singles! It wouldn't be costly at all - I could print them out on my inkjet printer, cut them out with scissors and glue them with pritt-stick.
  6. As mentioned previously, EMI Discs are acetates, there's no reason why they'd be on properly pressed singles, with matrix stamp numbers and serrated label stacking rings. And, as I mentioned before, they say "EMIDisc" at the top and yours just say "EMI" which I have never, ever seen before. Looks like somebody has just had a wee bit of fun and faked up some labels to make their collection a wee bit more exotic looking. Why would you do it to cheap records? If you did it to expensive records you'd actually be de-valuing them. The strange world of northern soul!
  7. Wow, amazing finds - that EP looks really cool... The Moving Finger single is great!
  8. Yes, but they don't say EMIDisc - they only say EMI at the top. I don't recall ever seeing this before - it's a bit strange looking to my eyes...
  9. Weirdly, many of your 45s look like they have acetate labels - so they shouldn't actually have any matrix stamps. The middles look a bit chewed up, they'd normally be pretty clean. Not sure if some are handmade labels glued onto regular releases? The ones with EMI at the top look like EMIDISC labels - I've never seen them with the word DISC missing. Can you post up photos without the company sleeves?
  10. I know yesterday was meant to be the last posting day (although I think they sold out before then) - but the post is pretty backed up. I'm sure you'll have them before Christmas - can't even imagine Christmas day without Northern Soul Pop Trumps after a turkey dinner...

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