Details about Johnny Farnham LOOKING THROUGH A TEAR 1970 Columbia Orange/Black V.G.C ++ MONOSee original listing
24 Dec, 2014 15:14:33 AEDST
Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Very good: An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewellery case or item ... Read moreabout the condition
1970 Australian Columbia EMI Mono Pressing SCXO 7920
Hard to find album from the legend of Australian pop music Johnny Farnham
Cover - v.g.c minus
Labels - v.g.c ++
Vinyl - v.g.c + The vinyl is in has some light marks and hairlines - minimal background noise = still retains great shine - very nice audio
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New Records are usually sealed and have never been played.
M=Mint As new, or almost new. Mint records look and sound as if they have either never been played or have, perhaps, been spun once or twice in the shop before being returned to the racks. CDs will look and sound as new. We often grade CDs as Mint- but rarely grade records this way even though they may look new.
Ex=Excellent Some signs of age and use; may have some marks, especially when viewed under strong light, and has obviously been played but has been handled well and is still in great condition. Plays with no significant surface noise. Sleeves may be slightly worn or creased, but only very slightly. CDs may have small surface scuff marks but will play perfectly.
VG=Very Good Noticeable marks but still plays well although there may be some surface noise, particularly near the beginning. Sleeves may have a little ringwear, slight marks or small tears. CDs may have surface scuff marks which are quite noticeable but will still play perfectly.
Signs of significant playing hours, with surface marks and grooves but
despite some noise the sound should be intact without skips and jumps.
Sleeves may have small tears and ringwear and other signs of age but are
fundamentally sound. CDs will have many marks from being left out of
their covers but there should be no deep grooves affecting play.