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Friday, 10 January 2020

The Rolling Stone Gold Superdisc ( 1979 Japan GMX9101 )
Note :
Sheet Lyrics In English & Japan Discography With Complete LAX Prefix 1001-1016 Re-relaeses Of 1978.
Orange Obi. 
Back Cover With Lyrics In Japanese And The Picture Of THe Rolling Stones On Stage At Inglewood Forum 18 January 1973 For Benefit Concert For Heartquake Victims Of Nicaragua.
The Front Cover Picture With Only Mick Jagger's Face Is From An Anwar Hussein Photoshoot September 1973 in Vienna, In The Original Picture Mick Has A Panama Hat And Two-Tone Shoes.
The European Tour 1973 Would Start From Vienna On September 1st, This Was The Set List For The First Date.
Brown Sugar, Bitch, Gimme Shelter, Happy, Tumbling Dice, 100 Years Ago, Starfuker, Angie, Sweet Virginia, You Can't Always Get What You Want, Dancing With Mr.D, Midnight Rambler, Silver Train, Honky Tonk Women, All Down the Line, Rip This Joint, Jumpin 'Jack Flash, Street Fighting Man.
Side 1 SDLBT 6111-3
Side 2 SDLBT 6112-3
Printed Machine

Tuesday, 31 December 2019

Out Of Our Heads GP-1054( 1976 Japan Promo Re-Issue Fake Stereo Blue Pale London Label ffrr Unboxed )
Note :
Lyrics In English & Japanese.
Sample Printed In Japanese Letters On Label Side Two.
Fold-Out Poster.
The Poster Was Issued In Limited Quantities Only For Its 1st Pressing Of This Edition.
White & Red Obi.
Left Top Of Back-Page Of The Booklet Is Originally Die-Cut.
Side 1 SDLBt 772 B-2
Side 2 SDLBt 773 B-9
Printed Machine
(t) In Lowercase Letter

The Rolling Stones Gem 1031/32 ( Japan 1974 Stereo Blue Unboxed Pale London  Label ffrr 2 Lp )
Note :
This Was The Third Of The Gem Series Without The Bonus 7 And The Booklet The Previous Ones GEM 5-6 GEM 119-120, But With The Color Poster And The Inserts With The Lyrics.
Side 1 SDLBT 3201-1 
Side 2 SDLBT 3202-7
Side 3 SDLBT 3203-3
Side 4 SDLBT 3204-1
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Tuesday, 24 December 2019

The Rolling Stones  N° 1 ( 194 Germany Export For Switzerland Club Edition Mono Wine Red Label Gold-Outlined Oval Logo )
Note :
Teldec-Repertoire MD 1070C On Back Cover.
Ex Libris, Source Discogs.
Swiss record club, label, publisher, and stores. The label belongs to Migros (famous Swiss Supermarket chain). Their releases were never available from any supermarkets, but only to members of the fairly small Ex Libris club. The label was originally called "Grammoclub Ex Libris" (during the 50s and the 60s), but was shortened to Ex Libris towards the mid 60s. Only club members were allowed to buy from their shops. You've had to pay a fairly high fee in order to become a member of them, which is something that only a few wealthy elder people were able to do. In retrospect they mainly seem to have sold their records to some older folks, or to some family-people: They've usually bought Classical Music, Easy Listening, Jazz, Kiddie-Records, and the likes -- only few of their buyers would be interested in Rock 'N' Roll, or Beat back then, therefore only a few copies of their nowadays highly collectable releases by the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Elvis Presley (Golden Boy LP) seem to have sold. Most of the young Swiss people would shop someplace else, because they could not afford to pay for the high membership fee in order to buy such a Rolling Stones LP or 45 from Ex Libris.
Side 1 XARL 6271-II- X Manufactured In Germany
Side 2 XARL 6272-II- X Manufactured In Germany
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Beggars Banquet ( 1968 Columbia Mono?-Stereo Blue Label Unboxed London ffrr )
Note :
Gatefold Cover With Inside Cover Black And White.
Label LL 3539 For Mono Record. 
On The Back Cover There Is A Sticker That Says The Record Is Mono And Also The Catalog Number LL 3539 On The Labels, But From A Careful Listening You Can Clearly Hear That The Instruments And The Voices Are Divided By Right And Left Channel, It Is The Proof Of Matrix That Says XZAL 8476 A 1C, If It Was Mono It Should Be ARL 8476 A 1C, If It Was Stereo Its Catalog Number Would Be PS 539.
Side 1 XZAL 8476 A 1C
Side 2 XZAL 8477 B B1
Hand Written