Ramones 1st 1976 Original Lp S/t Vinyl Debut Sasd7520 Sire Misprint Labels First

This item have been sold for $350.00

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18 Oct 2016
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Los Angeles, California

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Ramones 1st 1976 Original LP S/T vinyl RARE FIRST PRESSING debut first, SIRE sasd-7520, golden yellow labels, misprinted label titles state: "beat is on the brat" and "blitzkreig bop" (mispelled and mistitled label) vg+ lp (has two lightly tactile to finger marks: one to first half of "loudmouth" and one even shorter at last half of "listen to my heart"...both probably repairable/rub-outable with a light touch.) vg+ shape lyric inner sleeve, vg to vg+ shape cover with heavy tear / rips to upper right edge (see pics of this detail), edge rubs, ringwear, cornerwear, ALL ORIGINAL "sasd 7520" appears on labels and on cover spine, with "SASD 7520 A RE-1 STERLING / SASD 7520B RE-1 X 1 STERLING" matrix etch and machine stamp! see pics, not a reissue!

paypal only please. ships in sturdy cardboard.
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Vinyl grading is usually based on the Goldmine standard and is as follows:

“SS” Still Sealed – For the collector that demands nothing but perfection.

“M” Mint - a near perfect, or unplayed record.

“NM” Near Mint - in factory fresh condition, like new.

EX+ - close to like new with only superficial signs of use that don't affect play. Will satisfy all but the most vain and demanding collector.

EX - a used, reasonable copy. Shows slight signs of wear.

VG+ - There will be obvious signs of wear and the possibility a few skuffs and/or light surface noise between tracks or during quiet passages, but still quite nice.

VG - significant wear and marks and usually quite noticeable surface noise,still plays great.

Good - In the record world, "Good" is not good! From here on down, we're talking about beat-up records!

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