The vinyl has considerable marks. Visibly it looks poor.But I have played the album a few times and it plays much better than you would expect. Thereare some surface noise at times and a few crackles, but nowhere did it skip when I played it. It is well marked but there are no deep scratches. Records from this era were generally very durable.
The cover is in decent condition. The laminateis largely intact both back and front. Some light scuffing in places.There are also afew light creasesand some smallblebbing to the laminate in acouple of places along the edge nearest the spine, both front and back.
The spine is largely intact, with no real blemishes.
You can use the zoom feature on the pictures for a closer look.
It is certainly far from mint condition. The vinyl visibly, is quite poor but it definitely plays better than that. The cover is certainly much better than the vinyl to look at. Its adecent example ofperhaps, rock music's rarest cover.
The very first edition of the debut album from Led Zeppelin.
Turquoise lettering and the silver strip along the bottom.
This version was withdrawn very quickly. But then you knew that!!
Catalogue number 588 171.
Red and plum label.
Matrix number A1/ B1
Good Times Bad Times
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
You Shook Me
Dazed And Confused
Your Time Is Gonna Come
Black Mountain Side
I Can't Quit You Baby
How Many More Times
On 17-Mar-16 at 13:44:29 GMT, seller added the following information:
Side 2 - tracks 1,2,3 and 5 credited to Superhype Music
and track 4 credited to jewel music.
Side 1 - tracks 1,2 and 4 credited to Superhype Music and track 3 credited to jewel music
Matrix numbers are not crossed out.