Detroit Techno Vinyl - Octave One/Black Water / 430 West/Underground Resistance. The description of this item has been automatically translated. Vinylistica - Viola Item specifics. Octave One - Black Water. Label: 430 West - 4w-340.Format: Vinyl, 12, 45 RPM, Reissue, Remastered. Case Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-). Tracklist: A1: Black Water (5:40) A2: Black Waters (4:54) AA: Untold (5:43). Large Anjuna collection, rarities, many classics and technology in stock: Offers. Vivid HE - our needle cleaner, specially manufactured in a small factory, to extend the life of the system, made from ultrapure water from a medical environment to leave absolutely no residue on the good piece. We are particularly proud of the applicator, as it finds the right balance between hard, good cleaning and flexibility, i. Plus a top phono screw set for 9.99 in environmentally friendly, reusable packaging! Tonearm scales that make the annoying adjustment of the balance weight, where you are always unsure whether it is right anyway, unnecessary. Just write afterwards what it should be and I'll create a personalized article for you! In addition, gold-plated high-end plugs which can process the data more precisely, loss-free and faster.
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I don't think there's a broken leg for a few days or not. Stress, hectic and fast, fast do not allow quality!!! If you have any questions or problems, I'm happy to help! WhatsApp is generally possible at any time, but it can also take a little time. Notes on the condition of records.We rate records and covers based on the following conditions. Absolutely perfect - never was! Played and may still be sealed (more on sealed discs below). We rate never used LP's with Mint - at most Mint- (Near Mint).
The record shows no signs of wear. A single case should really only have minimal signs of wear and an LP case shouldn't have any chipped corners, folds or similar defects. There are also no record covers with cut-out holes. The same applies to supplements such as posters, text sheets or the like. In principle, a Near Mint record should look as if it was just bought new in a record store and the foil was removed at home.
Has visible signs of wear but has been well cared for by the previous owner. The record surface shows minimal signs of wear (due to playing), but this does not affect listening pleasure. Slight bulges that do not affect playback are okay. The label may have slight (not really noticeable) discolouration.
The center hole should not be widened. Single picture sleeves and LP inner sleeves may have slight signs of wear. LP album covers may have slight signs of wear and a cut-out hole is acceptable.
All in all, a very good+ record is a very good condition and worth collecting for almost all collectors. Many of the shortcomings of a VG+ record are more pronounced here. Slight hissing can occur during playback, especially in quiet passages and during the intro, but this doesn't'overpower' the music. Slight groove wear may be present as well as light scratches (which can be felt with a fingernail) which can also be heard during playback.
Defects such as stickers or inscriptions may appear on the labels. The same applies to LP album covers and single picture sleeves.
However the record may have 2 or 3 of these defects, but not all! Good doesn't mean'bad'! A disk in Good condition will run without binding, but it will have significant noise, some scratches, and clearly visible wear. Album cover and single picture sleeves are bumped open and have kinked corners. Stickers, inscriptions and the like spread out on the same.If it's not really rare, it's better to wait for a better condition - but if you've been looking for it for a long time and the price is right, you should take the chance. The disc is scratched, quite warped, and will not go through without getting stuck.
The album cover has water damage, all edges are chipped and is covered in scribbles and stickers. Not collectible, unless it is an absolute top rarity!
In the case of sealed LPs, it must be pointed out that many LPs have subsequently been resealed. Of course there are still original sealed LP's from the 60's, but the only way to find out is to open the LP, as there are often re-releases in the original covers. Aguja, Puntina, Aiguille Pitch Belt, toothed belt, gramophone, phonograph, record player, ??All offers subject to availability. We would be happy to make you a personal offer at a good, fair price! Octave One - Black WaterLabel: 430 West - 4w-340Format: Vinyl, 12, 45 RPM, Reissue, RemasteredCountry: UKReleased: 2020Genre(s): ElectronicStyle(s): techno, houseVinyl Condition: Mint (M)Case Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)Further information: Original coverTracklist:A1: Black Water (5:40)A2: Black Waters (4:54)AA: Untold (5:43). NM (Near Mint) bis NM.