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Conditions & Grades

All records are described in detail and graded according to the table below. It is always a good idea to check conditions and grades of records before you actually purchase them.


NEW: Brand new
MINT: As new, barely played
EX+: Nearly mint
EX: Light marks plays as new
VG++: Few marks, little if any surface noise
VG+: Exceptional for a used record
VG: Average used record with some surface noise
VG-: More surface noise, but is redeemed by the music
G: Audioable surface noise and possible hiss



HWOL: Heavy Writing On Label
LWOL: Light Writing On Label
SLD: Slight Label Damage
HLD: Heavy Label Damage
SLTP: Slight Warp ( Does not affect play )
CPM: Centre Punch Disc Missing (on UK press)
SCD: Slight Cover Damage (LPs)
HCD: Heavy Cover Damage (LPs)
WOC: Writing On Cover (LPs)


Content John Peel Quotes: Somebody was trying to tell me that CDs are better than vinyl because they don't have any surface noise. I said, 'Listen, mate, *life* has surface noise……….