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Band Title Jacket/vinyl/insert (if applicable) Specifics Price
CHRON GEN Jet Boy Jet Girl very good+/very good Secret Records SHH 129; 1982. Some ringwear to both sides and other light marks & bends. Shows its age. The frisbee has many light marks and the B side has a label stuck overtop to correct the track titles -only someone tried to remove it & stick it back on which damaged the original label a little bit, as seen below.

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$3
COBRA Break Out near mint/excellent++ (maybe near mint) AA Records AA 003; 1983. The poster sleeve has very few light bends at all. The downgrade in condition is mainly for some discolouration along the horizontal fold line seen in the 4th photo. The vinyl has a few very light marks on the A side; more on the B side but they really are short and very light. Plays fine.

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COBRA 1984 excellent/excellent+ AA Records AA 008; 1984. The poster sleeve is in decent condition overall. The only bends are a double diagonal bend forming two "v"'s in the 7th photo. There is however a tiny tear at one edge and a tiny hole near the top, both seen below. The vinyl has a very light marks on both sides. Plays fine.

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COBRA Wrong Way near mint/new AA Records AA 020; 1986. This is actually a brand new copy. The gatefold sleeve has a couple light bends. The record is in mint, unplayed condition.

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$5
COBRA Strangers excellent++/mint/ Cobra Music Co. 12COBRA 2; 1986. The jacket's made of that thinner, flimsier paper so was more prone to damage. The cover's got a bit of light ringwear and some light bends. The back cover is pretty much the same except with more visible ringwear. The record is in unbelievable shape. Includes a mail-away form for the limited to 500 fan club only "Fast Control" 7" form, which is in very near mint condition.

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$12
DEATH SIDE The Will Never Die n/a CD1: mint
CD2: very near mint+ One light scratch.
Spinecard: n/a No spinecard was produced for this.
Booklet: very near mint
Case: near mint Not very many scratches here.

Nucleus Records R-DS; 2007. CD re-issue featuing: "Satisfy The Instinct" 7", split w/Chaos UK, "The Will Never Die" 7", "All Is Here Now" 7" and their tracks from the following compilations: "Eye of the Thrash Guerrilla", "Smashing Odds Ness", "Game of Death", "Hang the Sucker vol. 2", "Starving Dog Eats Master". For some reason one of the Game Of Death tracks is missing but all in all you still get 40 bonecrunching slices of hardcore so not too much to moan about.

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$50
GASMASK/COWARD split excellent+/very near mint/very good Crust War/ Crust War 017; 2002. Looking at the Gasmask side of the jacket, there is some relatively light ringwear from 3 o'clock to 12 o'clock, which has been exaggerated a bit by the photos. There is a bit of edge wear as well around the GASMASK lettering. The Coward side has some light ringwear up the left side as well as some light bends, all shown below. The actual vinyl is almost flawless and shiny. The insert, while still shiny, has a lot of light bends all over.

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GASMASK/COWARD split n/a CD: mint
Spinecard: n/a No spinecard was produced for this.
Booklet: near mint++ Just a few light bends.
Case: excellent Double crack on the front and one on the back. This is what happens when you take your hardcore around the world with you. I am the original owner.

MCR Company MCR-205; 2006.

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$10
GASTUNK Counter-Clock Wise near mint/near mint++ Crown Records 10EC-501; 1988. Very light bit of ringwear and two light corner bends to the jacket. The A side has only a few light marks. The B side has many fine marks visible under particular lighting. Regardless, the record remains shiny and plays well. The poster sleeve is in great condition. There are only a few light bends and a light and partial bit of ringwear to one of the divisions covering the record.

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$6
GHOUL Oi! Oi! near mint+/very good+ Hold Up/Noise Room Records E-7678; 1985. The sleeve has some very light ringwear and a very small amount of extremely light wear to the bottom-left corner area of the cover. The flexi has a few light marks but maintains a brilliant lustre. The main cause for the listed condition is that it's bent a little near the top-centre however it still actually plays fine! This was hard to show in photographs so bear with me.

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$6
SOLD
GHOUL Oi! Oi! mint/near mint+ Hold Up/Noise Room Records E-7678; 1985. The sleeve is a thing of beauty. The flexi has a very light ding (go right of the skeleton's hand and you'll see the reflection) however plays fine.

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$14
SOLD
GLYCERIN ...From The Depth new/new/new AA Records AA-021; 1987. Brand new, mint condition vinyl. The jacket is shiny and still in its original plastic sleeve -the whole thing looks factory fresh. The lyrics sheet and tour info sheet are in perfect condition. This record actually topped the Japanese indies at the time of its release!

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$10
GOOGOL PLEX Nail A Lie To The Counter n/a CD: mint
Spinecard: very near mint
Booklet: very near mint Includes the sticker!
Case: mint I am the original owner.

Bloodsucker Records GGP 001; 200X.

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$20
HOLIDAY We Love Japan n/a Cassette: new
Insert: new
Case: new This is actually a new copy. The tape is new. The case still has the usual light scratches though is not covered in them like old cases. The insert is also new. If you'll see below, one character has pen scribbled over their eyes. I have seen 4 copies of this tape and ALL of the inserts have this -all done by hand, by one of the band members I guess.

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$5
4 In-stock
KENZI & THE TRIPS Bravo Johnny wa konya mo happy (Bravo Johnny Is Happy Again Tonight) near mint+/new Crown Records SS-1 (CSS-7663); 1987. PROMO RECORD. This is actually a brand new copy. The sleeve has some a light bend to the upper-left corner. The flexi is in mint, unplayed condition.

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$6
2 In-stock
LAST BOMB Retro Firing excellent++/very near mint/near mint Selfish Records AMI-7008; 1986. The jacket has some light ringwear visible from the front. The record is in superb shape. The lyric sheet has some light bends in the lower- & upper-left areas.

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LOO's HALLOWEEN/NEWROTEeKA split new/new/ AA Records AA-PR?002 sample; 1985. The fold-out sleeve is new & in perfect shape. Brand new, mint condition flexi.

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$7
3 In-stock
MASAMI Final Days excellent++/near mint+ TPC Records TPC-1102; 1986. The sleeve has some minor ringwear in what in the picture are the upper corners of the cover, and the corresponding areaa of the back cover (the picture's off by 90°). There's also a light indent near Masami's mohawk and some fairly light wear otherwise. The jacket is glossy. The record only has a few light marks and still shines.

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$20
NEW WALLS New Rock Generation new/new Line Records Line-003(?); 1984. Maybe 002, not too sure. This is actually a brand new copy although the gatefold sleeve has some light bends & light ringwear. 8" flexi shines with lustre.

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$15
2 In-stock
NOISE DISTRACTION Agitate Power near mint/new Noise Distraction Records ND-001; 1990. This is actually a brand new copy although the gatefold sleeve has a corner bend seen below. The flexi is in mint, unplayed condition. Comes in a plastic record bag.

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$9
OFF MASK 00 Sonic Cold Crazy Reaction near mint+/new/new Selfish Records BEL-12005; 1986. This is actually a brand new copy although the jacket has a couple short, light bends as happens over the decades. The LP is in mint, unplayed condition and seems to have spent little-to-no time ever inside the crisp insert.

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$35
S.O.B Don't Be Swindle very near mint/near mint++/near mint+ Selfish Records BEL-12020; 1987. Just a tiny bit of corner wear and almost non-existent ringwear to the jacket. The back cover is pretty much the same except with more visible ringwear. Conservative grading on the record, which only has a few marks, which are hairline thin, though longer than the usual ~1cm type. The lyric sheet has maybe one very light bend on the whole of it, apart from a heavier corner bend seen below.

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$40
SOLD
SYSTEMATIC DEATH Final Insider/Lucky Time! excellent++/near mint+/near mint Selfish Records BEL-12019; 1987. Actually very nice, the main reason for the condition downgrade is a sort of wavy bend along the upper-left edge, seen below. The bottom-right corner also shows a bit of damage. The LP is great with only some hairline scratches on both sides. The lyric insert is pretty nice. There is just some light ringwear showing on the black side, some light bottom-right corner damage (same as with the jacket) and a very light bit of damage to the spine, about 8mm long, however it HAS NOT SPLIT and is quite a ways from doing so.

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THE 305 Happy new/new Beat Time Records A-305; 1983. Either that or '84 I think. Forerunner band of The Pogo. The gatefold sleeve is new and in top shape. Feels fresh out of the pressing plant like the other new records I'm selling. Brand new, mint condition flexi. I actually had to peel it off the sleeve for the photo!

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$8
2 In-stock
THE DEFECTS Survival/Brutality very good/very good WXYZ Records ABCD3; 1982. The jacket has all the general signs of ageing (NO seam splits), a very short tear at the top of the cover and light ringwear on both sides, all as seen below. The platter has many light marks on both sides.

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$5
THE GENBAKU ONANIES Nuclear Cowboy near mint/very near mint/very good Alchemy Record ARLP-008; 1985. The jacket is physically in very nice condition with only a very light corner bend and some very light edge wear to the opening side of the back. The cover however has a few spots which are likely a result of either the paper degenerating or humidity & moisture combining to ill effect. The record only has some light marks on the outer ring, before the recorded area. The insert has age spots as described above. There are also some bends. Note that the corner pictures which have the Alchemy Record logo and the all-white from the other side are the SAME corner.

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$10
THE LOODS Stop Fuckin' Around! near mint++/excellent/excellent++ R.B.F. Records R.B.F.-301; 1985. The jacket's only problem is some extremely light ringwear. The B side of the record is perfect while the A side has some light~medium-looking marks. Still plays alright. The insert is actually a 12-page booklet filled with pics, info, lyrics. The back cover has some light wear.

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$9
THE SEXUAL Complete Discography 1983-1985 n/a CD: mint
Spinecard: very near mint
Booklet: mint
Case: mint I am the original owner.

KK Records DLCK-2004; 2002. Tracks are as follows: 1~4 (SUICIDE flexi disc), 5~9 (THE LAST DAYS flexi disc), 10~11 (from the Jisatsu Label Omnibus), 12~15 (1983 unreleased studio recordings), 16~17 (1983 unreleased live tracks).

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$20
SOLD
THE STALIN Stop Jap excellent+/near mint+/very good+ Climax Records CMC-2505S; 1982. Probably better than Mushi. The jacket is in decent overall shape. Other than the corner damage you see below it's actually pretty nice and crisp with almost no signs of ringwear at all and no seam splits. The platter itself is in very nice shape! The lyric sleeve has seen some better days though with some light bends, signs of ringwear and, quite literally, many light, little spots on the back, the origins of which I can't even guess at. You can also see in one of the photos that it's got a 1 3/8" seam split at the top.

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$40
THE WILLARD Run "Cindy" Run excellent/new/ Eastworld Records T98-104; 1986. The jacket's got some light corner wear and a seam split developing on the spine. Vinyl has a couple faint marks but has never been played (according to its former owner, who looks like he was telling the truth).

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$6
V/A Eye Of The Thrash Guerrilla near mint/excellent/excellent++ Selfish Records BEL-12018; 1988. Possibly the greatest ever hardcore comp. out of Japan! The jacket's got very light damage to the two right corners, ringwear is almost non-existent and other than that there is a short bend line in the upper-right area. The A side of the record is fine apart from a mild stain on the label and the odd light scratch. The B side only has a few marks to speak of, but they're notable. One mark runs about the length of the radius although it's not deep and even testing it before writing this description the record DOES NOT pop when it hits this mark. It's got a few other marks which look worse than what they really are (ie. they look a little heavier than the typical scratch but don't cause any faults during playback) and then a few hairline scratches. The lyrics sheet has some light bends up the left side and a few tiny age spots along the bottom-left edge.
FEATURES: Death Side, Tetsu Array, Raise Cain, S.O.B, Nightmare, Crow.

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$75
V/A Hang The Sucker Vol. 2 near mint/near mint++/near mint Kagai Mousou Records KAGAI MOUSOU 012L; 1989. Another brilliant, piledriving 4-way split out of Japan! 15 rippers from noisy hordes to cause your loser neighbours to phone in a noise complaint! There is only partial and very, very light ringwear. Both sides have a couple light bends & marks. There are a couple very light and short bends on the back cover and the right side of the jacket has a few tiny scuffs. The record has a few hairline marks on both sides. The lyric sheet has a very light and partial fold to the bottom-left edge, a couple light bends elsewhere and some very light discolouration along the right side of the reverse (white) side.
FEATURES: Death Side, Gudon, Half Years & Mad Conflux.

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$52
V/A Hang The Sucker Vol. 2 near mint+/mint/very near mint Kagai Mousou Records KAGAI MOUSOU 012L; 1989. Another brilliant, piledriving 4-way split out of Japan! 15 rippers from noisy hordes to cause your loser neighbours to phone in a noise complaint! The bottom- & top-centre both have a little very light ringwear. The bottom-left corner has a very light sort of squashy bend, for lack of a better term. There are a couple very light and short bends on the back cover. The record has no right to look as good as it does! The lyric sheet has no more than a couple super light edge bends.
FEATURES: Death Side, Gudon, Half Years & Mad Conflux.

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$65
V/A My Meat's Your Poison very near mint/mint/mint Kagai Mousou Records KAGAI MOUSOU 008L; 1986. Another simply brutal Japanese compilation! The bottom-right corner has a small amount of very light damage and ringwear is all but invisible. The LP is absolutely stunning! The lyric sheet is perfect.
FEATURES: Outo, Chicken Bowels, Systematic Death, Gudon, S.O.B, Lip Cream.

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$90
V/A Sulais Omnibus Vol. 1 ~Nobody's Fault very good+/near mint++/ Sulais Records (no catalogue number); 1989. Worthy of being in anyone's collection just for the Matsuji tracks. The poster sleeve is good for the most part. It's got some light bends, a little bit of ringwear although at the top you can see some fraying/edge wear. Unfortunately part of the dragon (left of cover; upper-right of poster) has faded yellow slightly (for the curious, this was designed by none other than Sugi-chan of, yep, Sic! The record actually has almost nothing wrong with it.
FEATURES: Poison Arts, Nira Kodomo, Matsuji, Clod, Crisis Kill, Rose Rose.

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$12