Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Magazine - Back to Nature Back to Nature
Pop Used - LP 12 Cent Centrifugal
Beautiful UK 2LP "Live" Recording From The Paradise Ballroom, Boston, August 1979. Full Colour Jacket. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
Magazine - Secondhand Daylight Secondhand Daylight
Pop Used - LP VI 2121 Virgin
Rare 1979 Gatefold Original. Jacket Shows Light Wear, Hence Reduced Price.... more details
Magazine - Play Play
Pop Used - LP V2184 Virgin
1980 New Zealand Original, Documenting A Live Gig In Melbourne, Australia From That Same Year. Appears Unplayed. Includes A Great Cover Of Sly & The Family Stone's "Thank You (Falletinme Be Mice Elf Agin)."... more details
Magazine - Real Life Real Life
Pop Used - LP VI 2100 Virgin
1978 Original, Still In Shrink. The Band's Classic Debut. Appears Unplayed.... more details
Magazine - After The Fact After The Fact
Pop Used - LP SP 70030 I.R.S.
1982 Compilation With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Jacket And Custom Sticker On Front Jacket. A Very Different Version Than The UK Copy. For Hardcore Fans, The Much Better Of The Two, As The American Collection Adds A Number Of Hard-To-Find B-Sides.... more details
Magazine - Correct Use Of Soap Correct Use Of Soap
Pop Used - LP VA 13144 Virgin
1980 Original. Appears Unplayed. 4½ Stars In AMG. “This Is Something Of A Return To Standard Operational Form For Magazine, Who Thawed After Recording Secondhand Daylight To Throw Together An Energetic Batch Of Colorful And Rhythmically Intricate Songs. It's An Unexpected Move Considering That They Enlisted Martin Hannett (Joy Division, A Certain Ratio, Crispy Ambulance), Master Of The Gray Hues, As The Producer. A Looser, Poppier Album Than Its Predecessors -- Somewhat Ironically, A Cover Of Sly & The Family Stone's "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)" Is The Most Subdued Song -- It Features The Rhythm Section Of John Doyle And Barry Adamson At Their Taut, Flexible Best And Guitarist John Mcgeoch At His Most Cunningly Percussive. The Closing "A Song From Under The Floorboards" -- Another Near-Anthem, An Unofficial Sequel To "The Light Pours Out Of Me" -- Includes Sticking Devoto-Isms Like "My Irritability Keeps Me Alive And Kicking" And "I Know The Meaning Of Life, It Doesn't Help Me A Bit." His Themes Of Distrust And Romantic Turbulence Remain Focal, Evident In "You Never Knew Me" ("Do You Want The Truth Or Do You Want Your Sanity?") And "I Want To Burn Again" ("I Met Your Lover Yesterday, Wearing Some Things I Left At Your Place, Singing A Song That Means A Lot To Me"). "Because You're Frightened" Is The Closest They Came To Making A New Wave Hit, Zipping Along With As Much Unstoppable Buoyancy As Lene Lovich's "New Toy." Andy Kellman, AMG.... more details
Magazine - Secondhand Daylight Secondhand Daylight
Pop Used - LP V 2121 Virgin
Beautiful 1979 UK Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed. “Secondhand Daylight, The Second Magazine Album, Sounds Like It Must Have Been Made In The Dead Of Winter. You Can Imagine The Steam Coming Out Of Howard Devoto's Mouth As He Projects Lines Like "I Was Cold At An Equally Cold Place," "The Voyeur Will Realize This Is Not A Sight For His Sore Eyes," "It Just Came To Pieces In Our Hands," And "Today I Bumped Into You Again, I Have No Idea What You Want." You Can Picture Dave Formula Swiping Frost Off His Keys And Barry Adamson Blowing On His Hands During The Intro To "Feed The Enemy," As Guitarist John McGeoch And Drummer John Doyle Zip Their Parkas. From Start To Finish, This Is A Showcase For Formula's Chilling But Expressive Keyboard Work. Given More Freedom To Stretch Out And Even Dominate On Occasion, Formula Seems To Release As Many Demons As Devoto, Whether It Is Through Low-End Synthesizer Drones Or Violent Piano Vamps. Even If You Can't Get Into It, You Have To At Least Marvel At "Permafrost." The Album's Finale, It's An Elegant Five-Minute Sneer, And As Far As Late-'70s Yearbook Scribbles Are Concerned, "As The Day Stops Dead, At The Place Where We're Lost, I Will Drug You And F*Ck You On The Permafrost" Is Less Innocuous Than "All We Are Is Dust In The Wind." Andy Kellman, AMG.... more details
Magazine - About The Weather About The Weather
Pop Used - 12 VS412-12 Virgin
1981 UK 12" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Includes The Extended Version Of "About The Weather" B/W "In The Dark" And "The Operative."... more details
Magazine - Real Life Real Life
Pop Used - LP 26190 XOT Virgin
1978 Original Green Label With Two Virgins Pressed In Holland. Tiny Top Seam Crack. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
Magazine - The Correct Use Of Soap The Correct Use Of Soap
Pop Used - LP V2156 Virgin
1980 UK First Press On Virgin. Appears Unplayed.... more details

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