Brother On The Run Rare Johnny Pate Blaxploitation Soundtrack LP Perception Rec
  £   72
  $   99


£   72 Sold For
Sep 29, 2012 Sold Date
Sep 19, 2012 Start Date
9 Number Of Bids
  Switzerland Country Of Seller
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Brother On The Run Rare Johnny Pate Blaxploitation Soundtrack LP Perception Rec

Mint OST Motion Picture Scarce Soul Funk Psych Breaks

Brother On The Run SountrackJohnny Pate OrchestraPerception Rec.  (Original 1973 US Pressing)
Cat. PLP 45   / 33 RPM Grading: Sleeve | M- (Still intact and tight shrink-wrap!  On top of the records is a little sign of ringwear on the shrinkwrap. Lower right corner has been slightly bent.)
Record | M-
Beautiful clean & original copy. As if you would buy it out of your favourite record shop back in '73!




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The following are terms used in Grading Records:

Mint: A Mint Record should appear to have just left the manufacturer without any handling. It should appear perfect! No scratches, stains, writing or scuffs, on either the label or vinyl. A cover should appear to never have had a Record in it. Ring Wear (an imprint on the cover from the Record), frays, bends, seam splits, writing: none are allowed in this grade.

M-: Near Mint: A record that is otherwise Mint but has one or two inconsequential flaws that do not affect its play. Covers will still be close to perfect with only minor signs of wear or age evident.

VG++: Very Good Plus Plus: A record with more inconsequential flaws than a M- grade allows. Imperfections can include light scuffs and faint surface scratches. There should be no surface noise on a VG++ record.

VG+: Very Good Plus. May sometimes be referred to as Excellent. A VG+ record has been handled or played either infrequently or very carefully. The Record may have light paper scuffs from sliding it into or out of a paper sleeve. The vinyl may have lost some of its luster. A light scratch(es) that do not affect play would be acceptable in this grade. Some light surface noise may be expected in a record with this grade. On covers: some wear from storage is acceptable, especially light wear that does not overly affect the text or artwork.

VG: Very Good. A record Will exhibit visible signs of handling and playing. It will have a loss of vinyl luster, light surface scratches, groove wear, or spindle trails. A VG record looks like it will have some audible noise upon play, but any such noise should not overwhelm the music or ruin the listening experience. A VG cover will show visible signs of handling such as Ring Wear on Front and Back, some seam splitting, bent corners, or loss of Gloss to Photos and Artwork.  476 (GS 6.4.4 (476))

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