FUTURISK - Army Now rare FL synth punk electro (Clark Humphrey) 1980
Army Now / What We Have To Have
Clark Humphrey Records (1980)
Florida synthpunk classic which turns up far less than their followup "Player Piano" EP. There's a few different sleeve variations, and this copy is on pink cardstock with lyrics printed on the inside.
Grading Scale: M, M-, EX, VG+, VG, VG-, G
M (mint) is reserved for unplayed, flawless stock copies. M- (mint minus) is the highest grade for a record in beautiful shape. EX (excellent) means there's a minor flaw on the sleeve (small crease, price sticker) or disc (fingerprint, harmless scratch). VG+ (very good plus) means a sleeve has minor shop wear — is creased and/or shows a ring impression, and the disc shows cosmetic signs of handling. VG (very good) means not for the anal-retentive. The sleeve shows multiple flaws (sticker tear, seam split, ring wear, rumpled top) and the disc has surface noise (no skips or thunderous pops) and multiple small scratches. VG- (very good minus) means the sleeve is "well loved" with numerous flaws while the vinyl is exhibits many flaws and is noisy. G (good) means the sleeve contains major flaws such as large tears, heavy staining, etc., while the vinyl is beat but playable with no skips.
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