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Orig. '69 Xian Hard Rock Sealed MORLY GREY - PSYCH

End price:

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500

  End date:

2004-07-22

Start price:

USD

500

Start date:

2004-07-15

Number of  bids:

1

Auctioned at:

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Country:

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ebay2 MORLY GREY - The Only Truth (Starshine '69)
Classic hardrocker w/poster & great rough textured cover art.
You don't see this anymore. Sealed & guaranteed real!

~DISC AND COVER GRADING SYMBOLS & EXPLAINATIONS~ ALL LP's are original U.S. 1st pressings & stereo unless otherwise noted. Imports have the country of origin noted before the label in parenthesis & all have a release date shown. UK=England, G=Germany, C=Canada, I=Italy, F=France, J=Japan, S=Spain, H=The Netherlands SWE=Sweden. Others have the country noted in full.
DISCS are carefully graded; machine scrubbed, played/viewed under a 250 watt
bare lightbulb.
SS = Sealed
N = New
M- = Played, Perfect
EX+ = Has no more that 2 hairline marks that do nothing
EX = Plays M- w/cosmetic/visual imperfection(s)
VG = Slight imperfections/surface noise that'll bother only those looking for
         disappointment. IT MEANS VERY GOOD.
G = Noiser though still enjoyable & nowhere near trashed - IT MEANS GOOD.

  MISC SYMBOLS
e = elsewhere
# = numbered
sl = sleeve lines
ci = custom innersleeve
re = reissue
pm = pressing marks
pmo = pressing mark (s) only
o/p = out of print
slo = sleeve lines only (these occur from paper innersleeves or, usually with
         imports that have a lesser lip & are harmless)
msl = mostly sleeve lines
iptc = I played to check
dnap = does not effect play
S1/S2 = side one (1) or side two (2)
ex re = exact reissue
ltd ed = limited edition
m/f voc = male/female vocals
wlp/ylp/glp = white/yellow/gold label promotional copy
T1, 2, 3 etc. = track number (example: S2T5 = Side 2 Track 5)
wol/sol/srol/tol/isol = writing/sticker/sticker residue/tear/ink stamp on label Many 60's LP's were pressed incredibly well & can look grusome yet still play close to, if not M- & on some titles this must be taken into consideration.
If an entire pressing for a particular title is crappy or a label notorioous for lousy pressings (like ESP) it'll be noted but doesn't factor into the grade.
Many private/local/small label jobs aren't high-tech& have noise, pops etc...Vinyl discolorations don't lower the grade either
(CAPITOL early 70's discs are the worst for this). COVERS are graded before discs.
M- = used, perfect
EX = as close as possible to M- without being due to condidtions listed
VG = pretty good
G = not bad
Conditions noted by symbols:
h = drill/punch/staple hole, grommet, saw notch
t = top
b = bottom
f = front
c = center
r = right side
l = left side
bk = back
cc = cut corner
cw = cover wear like scuffs, fine lines from sliding in/out of bins/racks etc
is = ink stamp
rg = radio graffiti; some combonation of writing, stickers, tape etc.
st = sticker
ts = timing strip cr = cover crimp
sw = seam wear - like how seams become white, frayed but not split
sp = spine
pe = promo/free embossed punch
TC = tatty cover, meaning it's not as bad as you'll think if its numerous
    conditions are listed...looks like it's been around but doesn't mean trashed.
tps = taped seam
sps = seam split
H2O = water effects
its = in the shrinwrap
pst = promo/label sticker
otol = roc and/or cw on top of lamination that 9 out of 10 times can only
          be seen under direct bright light
fstr = from sticker removal
sn/sr = stain/sticker residue
to/bo = top/bottom pocket opening
ccr/lrc = cover/lamination crease(s)
s, m or h = if these preceed any symbol it designates small/slight, medium,
                 or heavy
woc/roc/toc = writing/ringwear/tear on cover


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