Promo Label Vinyl Pics - Show Them Off!

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  1. Bill Pafford

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    Dream Police
    Cheap Trick


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  2. Bill Pafford

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    Heaven Tonight
    Cheap Trick


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  3. Bill Pafford

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    The Hearts Filthy Lesson
    David Bowie


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  5. Bill Pafford

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    Bill Pafford Hyperactive!

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    Aqualung
    Jethro Tull


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  7. Slick Willie

    Slick Willie Decisively Indecisive Thread Starter

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    I have some test pressings of reissues... but no WLP's that I can think of.
    Well.... maybe one?
     
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  8. Bill Pafford

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    I was able to score this WLP of the RSO when it was first released, and am finally getting around to comparing it with my Monarch copy of the Atco US 1st issue.
     
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  9. jmpatrick

    jmpatrick Forum Resident

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    Love this thread. I've got a couple hundred promo 7-inch singles from the 50's thru the 80's. I'll have to dig them out and post.
     
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  11. Slick Willie

    Slick Willie Decisively Indecisive Thread Starter

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    Sweet!
     
  12. Bill Pafford

    Bill Pafford Hyperactive!

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    Easy Action
    Alice Cooper


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  13. Fruff76

    Fruff76 L100 Classic - Fan Club President

    I have one of these for Hallo Spaceboy.
     
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  14. Jana L

    Jana L Well-Known Member

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    Dennis Wilson and Rumbo - “Sound of Free” / “Lady”. Demo and Regular Release.

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  15. Mark From Eire

    Mark From Eire Forum Resident

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    Kaizoku - Danger On The Street

    Polydor name sticker stuck across both labels and I can’t figure out why they had to do that!

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  16. apple-richard

    apple-richard Overnight Sensation

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    apple-richard Overnight Sensation

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    apple-richard Overnight Sensation

  19. Bill Pafford

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    Hallo Spaceboy is a great song. :righton:
     
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  20. Boom Operator

    Boom Operator Shake hands with yesterday's tomorrow

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  21. Bill Cormier

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    Sweet!!
     
  22. WisFish

    WisFish Dig Them Grooves

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    Buddy Holly Story Volume II
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  23. The Ninth Earl of Nod

    The Ninth Earl of Nod Well-Known Member

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    "Like a Rolling Stone", early red vinyl promo with the song split across the two sides (someone at Columbia initially balked at the idea of a six-minute single). A bit beaten up but still plays (and yes, it's currently doing duty as my avatar):

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    It's surprising how amateurishly the splitting was done: you can hear Dylan start the third verse as Side 1 fades out, even though the instrumental break seems to be long enough to allow for a full fade during it. Maybe they figured it wouldn't matter because DJs would talk over the fadeout?
     
  24. Percy Song

    Percy Song A Hoity-Toity, High-End Client

    :drool: :drool: Killer-diller!
     
  25. Boom Operator

    Boom Operator Shake hands with yesterday's tomorrow

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