David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World - 1972 US RCA Victor label 2nd Issue 9-track LP incl. Poster
|Title||The Man Who Sold The World - 1972 US RCA Victor label 2nd Issue 9-track LP incl. Poster|
|Record label||RCA Victor|
|Year of release||1972|
|Grading||VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Inner Sleeve)/VG++ (Poster)/VG++ (Cover)|
|Stock list||David Bowie|
|Additional info||Scarce 1972 US RCA Victor imprint 9-track LP - the 2nd US issue of Bowies third studio album originally released in 1970 on the Mercury label with the very rare cartoon-like front cover drawing by Bowie's friend Michael J. Weller. |
Vinyl has the generic orange 'Dynaflex' company labels with vertical outline RCA and horizontal solid Victor logos - complete with lyric inner sleeve, poster - picture cover.
Condition: VG++ (vinyl & labels)/M- (Inner Sleeve)/M- (Poster)/VG+(+) (Cover):
Vinyl is in very close to perfect condition - a barely visible or two light sleeve indue marks are all. One labels has slight sticker glue residue - the other a line. Vinyl is in otherwise perfect and shiny condition.
Inner sleeve has a light inevitable imprint of vinyl outline and a little lower corners wrinkling - otherwise very nice - overall graded near mint.
Poster is nice - hardly any signs of handling - graded near mint.
Cover has a single wrinkle along opening but otherwise just a touch of opening edge and corners denting and rubbing - very marginal. Cover is overall extremely nice - graded near mint.
1 The Width Of A Circle
2 All The Madmen
3 Black Country Rock
4 After All
1 Running Gun Blues
2 Saviour Machine
3 She Shook Me Cold
4 The Man Who Sold The World
5 The Supermen
All tracks written and composed by David Bowie
Recorded and remixed at Trident Studios, London, UK
Recorded at Advision Studios, West London, UK
Manufactured by RCA Records Pressing Plant, Rockaway, New Jersey, USA
David Bowie - vocals, guitar, production
Mick Ronson - guitar
Tony Visconti - bass, piano, guitar
Mick Woodmansey - drums
Ralph mace - moog synthesizer
Tony Visconti - production
Ken Scott - engineer
Keef - Design, Photography
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