"Do You Want To Know A Secret". In correct Mono sleeve with "Photo Angus McBean" in the very bottom right corner text starts at the end of the "s" in "songs".
In correct Polythene-lined "Use Emitex" die-cut inner sleeve. Matrix Numbers: Side 1: XEX 421-1N Side 2 XEX 422-1N. Mothers & Stampers: Side 1: 2GM; Side 2: 1H. With 33 1/3 on Label. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO ADD A GOOD VISUALLY AND AURALLY ATTRACTIVE EXAMPLE OF THIS RARITY TO YOUR COLLECTION.
STORED IN A POLY DUST PROTECTOR AND VACUUM CLEANED IN A RECORD CLEANING MACHINE. FROM AN AUDIO VIEWPOINT, THIS IS GRADED AS VERY GOOD/VERY GOOD PLUS. THE SOUND IS CLEAR AND BRIGHT AND VERY ENJOYABLE. NUMEROUS MINOR LIGHT HAIRLINE MARKS AND SOME LIGHT SCUFFS CAUSED BY SLEEVE ENTRY. MINOR CRACKLING BETWEEN TRACKS BUT NO STICKS, SKIPS OR JUMPS.ONE LIGHT SURFACE SCRATCH ON'TWIST AND SHOUT' BUT NOT NOTICEABLE. THE ALBUM COVER IS IN GOOD PLUS CONDITION.
SOME MINOR EDGE WEAR, CORNER DAMAGE AND DISCOLOURATIONTO WRAP-OVER FLAPS. SOME REPAIRS CARRIED OUT AT SOME TIME TO BOTTOM REAR EDGE LEAVING ADHESIVE RESIDUE.NO ADHESIVE TAPE REMAINING AND EDGE IS ROBUST. COVER IS WHOLE AND ROBUST (SEE PHOTOS).
SMALL AMOUNT OF BIRO WRITING ON TOP REAR OF COVER. CORRECT EMITEX SLEEVE IN VERY GOOD PLUS CONDITION. NO WRITING OR TEARS OR SPLITS. BECAUSE OF THE RARITY OF THIS ITEM THE RECORD IS SUPPLIED IN AN ANTI-STATIC PLASTIC SLEEVE.
THE ALBUM COVER IS ALSO SUPPLIED IN ITS OWN SEALED PLASTIC SLEEVE. ALL STORED SEPARATELY IN A VINYL PLASTIC SLEEVE. INSURED AND WILL REQUIRE A SIGNATURE. A fantastic opportunity to own Please Please Me.The Holy Grail of Beatles' Vinyls and of great importance to collectors worldwide. This debut album by English rock band. Was released by Parlophone on March 22nd, 1963 in Great Britain after the great success of the two singles "Please Please Me" and "Love Me Do". That same year four pressings of this LP were released and the LP remained at the top of the charts for 30 weeks. Of the album's fourteen songs, eight were written by LennonMcCartney (originally credited "McCartneyLennon"). This record was meant to be their first LP, but the group had so far recorded only four songs and the norm for British 12 vinyl pop albums at that time was to have seven tracks on each side. And George Martin started recording.
The recording was a rush that lasted 9 hours and 45 minutes. In only three sessions on that same day they succeeded in producing an authentic representation of the band's early-time sound, as well as one of the best records ever, as there were very few overdubs and edits.
Optimistically, only two sessions were originally booked. The evening session was added later. The day ended with a cover of. Which had to be recorded last because John Lennon had a particularly bad cold and Martin feared the throat-shredding vocal would ruin Lennon's voice for the day. This performance, captured on the first take, prompted Martin to say.I don't know how they do it. We've been recording all day but the longer we go on the better they get. This Holy Grail version of Please Please Please Me is scarce and becoming harder to find every day which makes it an appreciating investment set to rise year on year into the future. Pretty obvious really, as one thing is certain: they definitely won't increase in quantity. The record is still packed. The record is in brand new condition, absolutely perfect. Certainly never played, possibly even still sealed. Should be used sparingly as a grade, if at all.
Cover and extra documents like lyric sheet, booklet or poster are in perfect condition. Describes an almost mint record, this grade is used for records that appear virtually flawless but not perfect. A very minor scuff can appear on the record.Yet, the record must play without any noise over the flaw and the latter must be very hard to detect. Any blemish affecting sound quality will prevent records from being graded NM or M.
The cover should look close to perfect with only minor signs of wear and or age. Minor impressions to the cover (due to the outer edge of the record resting inside) may be acceptable.
It has no creases, folds, seam splits or any other noticeable similar defect. And of course, the same is true of any other inserts, such as posters, lyric sleeves, and the like. Basically, Near Mint looks as if you just got it home from a new record store and removed the shrink wrap. The record shows some signs of having been played, but there is very little lessening in sound quality. The cover and packaging might have slight wear but excellent aspect overall.
Most common condition for records. The record has been played a few times but displays no major deterioration in sound quality. May have some very light surface noise or isolated crackles and pops.Some slight signs of wear, occasional light marks and scuffs. The average person would not notice anything wrong. Labels may be marked lightly. Minor ring wear, moderate wear to edges and corners. Cover can also be in mint condition but there is a DJ or promo copy stamp or cut in the corner.
You can notice some clear wear on the surface. Some scratches that may cause clicks, crackles or pops. There may be minor warps and skips.
Cover suffers from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discoloration. Cover will have ring wear. The record has been played so much that the sound quality has been noticeably deteriorated. Likely to be lots of minor scratches and scuffs. Potential label marks and damage.
The cover and contents can be torn, stained and/or defaced, there also can be some writing on it. The record does not play properly due to scratches, bad surface noise, etc, Unless it is something very rare it is not worth listing in this condition. The cover and contents are badly damaged or partly missing.Cover can also be missing. The item "RARE THE BEATLES PLEASE PLEASE ME 1st Pressing Gold Label Mono Vinyl LP" is in sale since Monday, January 29, 2018. This item is in the category "Music\Records\Albums/ LPs\Pop & Beat\ 1960s\The Beatles". The seller is "janeshopuk" and is located in Southminster.
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