LED ZEPPELIN II LIVIN LOVIN WRECK PLUM RED A2 B2 1ST PRESS UK LP, 1969, NM VINYL
100% UK 1st press on the red/plum label with “Livin’ Lovin’ Wreck” label error
588198 A2 11 6
588198 B2 11 9
Incredibly rare 1969 UK 9-track stereo LP on the plum & red label, first release pale brown gatefold picture sleeve. The label and sleeve both list The Lemon Song where later issues list it as Killing Floor. This copy also has the legendary misprint on side two for "Livin' Lovin' Wreck", which was quickly noticed and almost immediately corrected, with very few leaving the factory.
The E. Day & Co. early print sleeves are prone to wear; this copy is in great condition, with only minor wear on the edges. The spine is solid and the text clear and readable. Grades EX. Comes with original inner sleeve, no tears only some light fading/staining.
The plum & red labels show very few spindle marks to show it has not been played very much at all. The vinyl is in excellent condition, almost near mint, with only a very few light sleeve removal hairlines under bright light.
The vinyl plays through very cleanly in near mint audio with no skips, jumps or other distraction. Grades EX + to NM.
The rarest, earliest and most sought after 1st variation of this presing.
1. Whole Lotta Love
2. What Is And What Should Never Be
3. The Lemon Song *
4. Thank You
2. Livin' Lovin' Wreck (She's A Woman) *
3. Ramble On
4. Moby Dick
5. Bring It On Home
* As printed on the label