Rare Vinyl Gems


Top Left: The Power Of Lard 1989 EP released by Lard.  (Excellent condition)

Top Right: The Cramps, “Lets Get Fucked Up” / “How Come You Do Me” 12″ single, 1994  (Not in orginal cover, damaged, but plays)

Bottom LeftLove, The Cult. Original 1985 pressing, Beggars Banquet. (Excellent condition)

Bottom Right:  Original pressing, 1988 debut album, Danzig’s, Danzig. (SUPER RARE, priced cheap for damage on inside cover, vinyl in good condition)



Kill The Slits Show

Recorded live at the Gibus Club (Paris) in 1978, this is a fabulous avant-garde performance by The Slits at their most fearless.  This 2005 release on Earmark (Italy) is still sealed and a great find for punk fans.  Notable tracks include “femme fatale”, “vaseline”, and “split”.20130325-151829.jpg

Local, Dallas grind-core band Kill The Client, released  their third, full length album, Set for Extinction in 2010.  Their first album to be released on Relapse, this limited edition, colored vinyl issue is still sealed and in great condition!  With 19 tracks blasted at you in a mere 23 minutes, this is a grind lovers dream and must have.  20130325-151821.jpg

Original Pressing.  A must have for any true party animal with a record player.