1984 Taang! Records #1
Well, debatably one of the top shelf collectibles, 100 copies made of the Black Ink on Clear Acetate Sleeve...
Black vinyl, 2000 made...Green vinyl, different cover art, different labels, 1000 made...Clear vinyl, clear printed plastic sleeve, 100 made, same sleeve picture as the green vinyl one...Test pressings have test labels and xerox sleeve (of the black vinyl version). + insert, a small paper with the band name.
This debut 7” remains again debatably one of their best releases, along with the tracks on Boston not LA. Ultrafast Boston hardcore, excellent drumming, good production, wild and powerful. A hardcore classic, especially for the ultra short playing time
Record & Sleeve are literally in NM-/NM- Condition
From the auction:
ecpExcellent, guaranteed original, 1963 Minnesota Private-Pressing Hot Rod/Surf 45 by THE CHEVELLES entitled "Blue Chevelle"/"Mala-Boo" on Bangar Records (#00603). Fantastic Hot Rod vocals on 1 side, tuff Surf instrumental tune on the flipside! A couple years after this these guys reformed into DEE JAY & THE RUNAWAYS. With the VERY RARE original picture sleeve as well! Condition: Sleeve = beautiful VG++ (light wear, no seam splits), Record = beautiful VG++ (very light paper scuffs - plays through fine though!
KICK YOUR ASS
NO BUTTER FOR MY BREAD
SHOW ME AGAIN
(Sympathy For The Record Industry 412)
From the collection of Jack Oblivian
All proceeds go towards our favorite bartender and good friend Shirley Williams.
Condition: Vinyl: NM
Writing on the label by Jack Oblivian himself
"Oblivians" on each side
with song titles
in plain white sleeve with "Oblivians" written on it by Mr Jack Oblivian once again!
No idea how many of these were actually made, each Oblivian got one, probably a few more.