I'm Selling My Alice Cooper Record Collection
All The Records Are Below Are What Is left

I have just changed web host and unfortunately their webform submission tool is baaaaad so to put in offers for records you have to email me directly with the CODE of the record/s you want along with your offer price (all reasonable offers will be considered / negotiated, all unreasonable offers will be ignored.  If you are unsure of the price of a record just ask... I will not be unreasonable also - I have a great reputation in the "Alice Cooper" circle and am not about to destroy it)


Where do you find the code for each item?
It's in green highlight above the listing such as this >>


>>>>>>>>   #S1 <<<<<<<<
7" Why Don't You Love Me?/Hitch Hike/Don't Blow Your Mind/Why Don't You Love Me? -
black Sundazed label, PS, autographed, USA

 

Send all enquiries / offers to
rohancox [at] gmail.com

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SPIDERS
 

#S1
7" Why Don't You Love Me?/Hitch Hike/Don't Blow Your Mind/Why Don't You Love Me? -
black Sundazed label, PS, autographed, USA

Sleeve = Ex Like new, only taken out of the plastic sleeve a few times, once to get autographed by Alice (2001), very minor crease in the bottom left corer - I mean very minor!
Label = Ex Like new
Vinyl = Ex Like new and only played once to record it

 


EASY ACTION
 

#EA1
LP - Easy Action -
White Straight PROMO label, gatefold, Straight/WB cover, USA

Cover = Ex-- the only real sign of age/wear is inside the gatefold, the fold has a split, otherwise the cover is in great shape
Inner Sleeve
= Straight records label inner sleeve
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- Just a handful of very light scratches and a couple of heavier ones, but I wouldn't say they are big nasty ones at all.

I bought this about 15 years ago... don't know where
 

#EA2
7" - Easy action Radio Spots -
White PROMO WB label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Light surface noise which has very little affect on the sound quality
 


LOVE IT TO DEATH
 

#LITD1
LP - Love It To Death -
Pink Straight label, gatefold, W/thumb, has “Eighteen” banner, Straight cover, France

Cover = Ex-- The laminate has protected the cover well, although around the edges you still see signs of age and wear and the spine has splitting on the outside
Inner Sleeve
= Plain white sleeve
Labels
= EX- Clean
Vinyl = VG+  A lot of light scratches and scuffs with the odd bigger scratch

I traded this last year with a French dealer

 

#LITD2
LP - Love It To Death -
White WB label, no cover, Germany

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Just one noticeable scratch, otherwise in great condition

 

#LITD3
LP - Love It To Death -
Blue PROMO WB label, gatefold, NO OBI, Japan


Cover = VG Main wear is on spine with a bit of splitting and a bit of aging and wear on edges and back
Vinyl = VG a few light marks/scratches and a bigger one on one side (covering 3 songs)
Label = VG- Some brownish stains and has a number of marks from the centre pin of the player where someone has tried to put it in the centre hole to play but missed
 

#LITD4
LP - Love It To Death -
Pink Straight label, gatefold, W/thumb, has “Eighteen” banner, WB cover, USA

Cover = VG As you can see in the photos, the cover and edges are quite worn and the top has a split most of the length.
Inner Sleeve = Straight records label inner sleeve
Labels = EX- Clean apart from some writing on one side
Vinyl = EX-- Just a handful of light scratches on both sides but should generally play well

I bought this about 10 years ago... don't know where

 

#LITD5
7" - I'm Eighteen / Body -
Green WB label, Canada

Labels = EX- Side A has a red texta marking and "DC" in pen
Vinyl = EX- Very little surface wear.  Should play loud and clear

 

#LITD6
7" - Caught In A Dream / Hallowed Be My Name -
Green WB label, Canada

Labels = EX- Side B has a stain from a sticker which has been removed
Vinyl = EX- Very little surface wear.  Should play loud and clear

 

#LITD7
7" - I'm Eighteen / Body -
Green WB label, Australia

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Only a couple of VERY light small marks but nothing that will affect the sound quality, looks like new

 

#LITD8
7" - Caught In A Dream / Hallowed Be My Name -
Green WB label, Australia

Labels = EX- A pencil marking on Side A (it may rub off cleanly with a rubber - or this might mark the label - up to you if you want to try it... I chose to leave it)
Vinyl = EX-- A few marks and surface noise which will affect the sound quality on a low level

 

#LITD9
7" - Caught In A Dream / Hallowed Be My Name -
Green WB PROMO label, Australia

Labels = EX- A very small pen marking on Side B
Vinyl = VG++ Some scratches and surface noise which will affect the sound quality

 

#LITD10
7" - I'm Eighteen / Body -
Blue PROMO WB label, PS, Japan

Sleeve = EX- Apart from sticky tape along the left side of the front of the PS, it looks all fine (with just minimal sign of age)
Label = Ex Clean
Vinyl = Ex- Apart from 1 small scuff mark it looks like new

 


KILLER
 

#K1
7" - Under My Wheels / Desperado -
White WB PROMO label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- On quick inspection, it looks like new and unplayed, but if you look very closely, it looks like this record was under a piece of paper someone wrote on (you can see very faint writing marks, but it is so light I don't think it will even affect the sound quality.

 

#K2
7" - Be My Lover / Yeah, Yeah, Yeah -
Green WB PROMO label, Australia

Labels = EX- Clean, just a small mark on Side A
Vinyl = EX- Very little surface noise.  Should play loud and clear

 

#K3
7" - Halo Of Flies/Under My Wheels -
Tree WB label, PS, Holland

Sleeve = VG+ Showing its age around the edges with a lot of wear and on top top (where the record comes out) a couple of small tears but the main front and back are still in great condition
Label = Ex- Clean
Vinyl = Ex-- No scratches but the vinyl looks foggy or dirty, so I don't know if it will affect the sound when playing but I don't think it will

 


SCHOOL'S OUT
 

#SO1
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/GUTTER CAT -
Green WB label, Australia

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = VG++  Side A has some general surface marks, but the song should play well, Side B has 3 or 4 bigger scratches which will affect the sound, but will generally crank out the song.

Story = Bought from a local shop here in Melbourne about 13 years ago.  It's very hard to find the early singles from Australia.

 

#SO3
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/GUTTER CAT -
Light green WB label, has center piece still, UK

Labels = VG-  As you can see from the photos, side B is relatively clean and nice, but side A has had stickers which have stained the label and a decent tear in the top.
Vinyl = VG  Both sides have a number of light scuffs and a couple of heavier scratches which will affect the sound quality.  You would use this to put in your collection, not to play.

 

#SO4
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/ELECTED -
Bone WB label, UK

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-  In perfect condition, possibly unplayed. I think it is still in it's original sleeve (WEA - Single brown custom sleeve)

 

#SO5
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/ELECTED -
Yellow old gold label, UK

Cover = EX- 
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX--  There are just a few marks and scratches which will affect the sound a little but not a lot.  Still in the original "Old Gold" custom sleeve

 

#SO6
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/SAME -
White WB PROMO label, USA

Labels = VG  The labels are in great shape.  The problem is someone got their pen and decided to scribble loops all around one label, while on the other label, someone has stuck 2 small red circles on the label and there is a stain where a sticker has been peeled off.  There is also some pen markings "04" "07" and "underlining the "Intro:21"
Vinyl = VG+  The vinyl is in relatively great shape, there are just a few light scratches, more on one side than the other which will affect the sound to some degree, but it's certainly not in bad condition

 

#SO7
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT (From the LP "School's Out"/SAME (From the LP "The Alice Cooper Show" -
Tree WB PROMO label, 1977, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Looks new and possibly unplayed

 

#SO9
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/GUTTER CAT -
Olive WB label, PS, Portugal

Sleeve = VG- Very worn, aged and a bit tatty on the right where the record enters, ringwear and pen writing as you can see from scans, also long splits from record
Label = EX-- Apart from some pen markings, the label is fine
Vinyl = EX--- A few light scuffs a couple of heavier ones and a weird stain like thing on side B

 

#SO10
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/GUTTER CAT -
Pale green WB label, PS, France

Sleeve = Ex Nothing more than the usual sign of age (edges, bit of ringwear)
Label = Ex- clean
Vinyl = Ex looks like new, no marks or scratches

 

#SO11
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/UNDER MY WHEELS (Se Acabo La Escuela)/Debajo De Mis Ruedas) -
White WB PROMO label, PS, Spain

Sleeve = G++ As you can see from the scan, it has aged sticky tape around 3 of the edges I'd say for sure due to the record splitting the very thin paper sleeve.  As it is a promo the sleeve is very thin paper, not meant to last time (and most didn't, that's why while it is not in great condition, it's extremely rare to find), there are many creases, tears on edges, ring wear and some blue pen markings (square around "Alice Cooper" on front" and again it has "AA / 797" on the back in blue pen, so I'd say the radio station did both of these pen markings).
Label = Ex-- Clean and fine except for a round sticker (although it may be put there by a radio station or something?  It looks like it has "AA / 797" on it)
Vinyl = Ex-- In general excellent condition and should play well, just has the odd scuff and scratch that will affect the sound quality

 

#SO12
7" - SCHOOL’S OUT/GUTTER CAT -
Green WB label (print runs off label), PS, Israel

Sleeve = VG- As you can see from scans, there is a lot of wear, creases, tears and brown tape around the edges - well worn but mainly around the edges
Label = Ex Clean
Vinyl = Ex-- No real scratches or marks but it looks foggy or stained, but I don't think it will affect sound quality, not sure?

 


BILLION DOLLAR BABIES
 

#BDB1
LP - Billion Dollar Babies -
Tree WB label, gatefold, photos printed on, written in Spanish & English, yellow print on spine, Argentina

Cover = EX- Just some small signs of age with light wear, but in solid condition.  As you can see from the photo and in the "BDB Group photo" (this record is in the top left corner of the photo and the Russian issue is on the far left of the 4th row below the Japanese issue), the cover slightly different colour and "feel" to it.  The BDB emblem on the cover does not stick out, it's flat).  The photos on the inside do not press out and the gold wallet strip on the right side is also flat.  There is a small split in the spine, which you can only really notice when you open the gatefold.
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX--  A typical 1970s record that has been enjoyed.  A few light scuffs and scratches pretty much all over which will has some affect on the sound quality, but generally speaking, it will play well right through.

 

#BDB2
LP - Billion Dollar Babies -
Tree WB label, gatefold, Canada

Cover = EX- Just some wear around the corners and edges as usual and a bit of ring wear.  Someone has written "K" in the top right corner of the back cover in blue ink. No photos sheet.
Labels = EX--  Some pen markings on side B
Vinyl = EX-- Some light scuffs over both sides but will play very well

 

#BDB3
LP - Billion Dollar Babies -
Yellow label, titles on cover in English & Russian, Russia

Cover = EX- Like new
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-  Like new, just a couple of very minor marks which may not even affect the sound quality

 

#BDB4
LP - Billion Dollar Babies -
Orange label, different covers, Thailand

Cover = EX--  The laminated cover has protected the cover quite well.  There are still some creases on the corners, but nothing too major.  there is a stain on the right side of the front cover a name written on the front cover
Labels = EX-- Some small spotty stains on the labels and one side has some pen marking.
Vinyl = VG+++  Some scuffs and a couple of light scratches but will play reasonably well overall

 

#BDB5
LP - Billion Dollar Babies -
White WB PROMO label, gatefold, has radio information, on front, “Raped” is crossed out & scratched out, W/photos, inner, USA

Cover = VG  The cover has a tatty edge as you can see in the photo). No inner sleeve, record is in a plain paper sleeve.
Labels = EX  Clean (except for the deliberate crossing out of "Raped N Freezin"
Vinyl = VG+  There are a couple of scratches and quite a few scuffs which will affect the audio a little.  Raped N Freezin has been totally destroyed using a nail or something with massive scratches to ensure it is impossible to play the song

 

#BDB5
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Green WB/WEA label, Kinney Music Hamburg PS, Germany

Cover = EX-- Usual ringwear and sign of age and wear around edges
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX--- Only a few light marks and the odd bigger ones that will come out when playing it

 

#BDB6
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Green WB. label (Kinney Music Hamburg), PS, W/sticker (missing), Germany

Cover = EX-- Usual ringwear and sign of age and wear around edges
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Only a few light marks, no major scuffs or scratches that will affect sound quality

 

#BDB7
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Green WB label, PS, Germany

Cover = VG  Sides have split, the right side has almost split the whole way
Labels = EX--  Writing on one label
Vinyl = EX-- Some light scuffs and scratches which will affect the sound quality a little but nothing major.

 

#BDB8
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Pale green WB label, miss-pressed label, has side B on both sides - I haven't used my turntable for a long time, but I just played this to check the songs and it plays Elected on side A and Luney Tune on side B - interestingly enough, the songs play faster than usual, PS, Holland

Cover = VG+  Ring wear and tatty on the top/opening.  Around the other 3 sides, there is sticky tape
Labels = EX- Clean (someone has written "Elekted" and crossed out "Luney Tuney" as it is a mis-pressed label with "Luney Tune" printed on both sides
Vinyl = EX-- Some light scuffs and scratches which will affect the sound quality a little but nothing major.

 

#BDB9
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Light green WB label W/center piece, UK
2 shaded labels

Labels = EX- Clean  Slight wear on one side
Vinyl = EX--  Just some light scuffs and scratches which will affect the sound quality on a very small level

 

#BDB10
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Light green WB label W/center piece, UK

Labels = VG+++  Bit of ring wear, a stain from a sticker removed on side A and some pen writing on both sides
Vinyl = EX- The vinyl is in better condition than the label, with just a couple of very light scuffs/scratches, so it should play very well indeed.

 

#BDB11
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Dark green WB label, USA

Labels = EX-- Clean but some obvious wear on both sides
Vinyl = EX-- Apart from one noticeable section on side A, both sides are very clean and should play really well

 

#BDB12
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- Green WB label, German PS, Austria

Cover = EX-- A couple of small tears at the opening of the sleeve and one corner is a little bit worn, but otherwise quite solid
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- A couple of scratches on each side and some other smaller surface noise

 

#BDB13
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
  - Light green WB label (miss print), “Hello Hurray” is printed on both labels, UK
Someone wrote "No More Mr Nice Guy" on the WB sleeve, but I played it, its Generation Landslide

Labels = EX- Apart from one stain from a sticker removed and "Stephen's" in texta written on one side, the labels are clean
Vinyl = EX-  Just one or two really light scratches, otherwise like new

 

#BDB14
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- Green WB label with center piece, UK

Labels = EX- Clean. Just some slight ring wear or stain (very slight and small)
Vinyl = EX- Next to no surface noise, like new, will play loud and clear

 

#BDB15
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- Dark green WB label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean.  Some small signs of wear on the labels
Vinyl = EX-  Very small surface marks which shouldn't affect the sound quality much, generally great condition to play

 

#BDB16
7" - Billion Dollar Babies / Mary Ann
- Tree WB label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Some surface scuffs that will affect the sound quality only a little

 

#BDB17
7" - No More Mr. Nice Guy / Raped And Freezin'
- Dark green WB label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean.  Very little sign of wear
Vinyl = EX- Very light surface noise, but nothing major

 

#BDB18
7" - Elected / Luney Tune -
Green WB label, Australia

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Both sides just have 1 or 2 noticeable scratches.  Overall in excellent condition

 

#BDB20
7" - Elected / Luney Tune -
Green WB PROMO label, Australia

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Side A looks like new, Side B only has a couple of noticeable scratches, otherwise also in excellent condition

 

#BDB24
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- Green WB label, PS, Japan

Cover = VG Ringwear, sign of aging, sticky tape mark on bottom, small tear in top left corner, looks like the folded paper has been split and stuck back together with sticky tape
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX-- A few minor scratches

 

#BDB25
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- White WB PROMO label, "Hello Hurray" PS, w/info sheet, Germany

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear, some sign of aging around edges, the top of the Promo Facts sheet is worn due to it being over sized in the 7" sleeve
Labels = EX Clean but you can see on side A the print has been "re-printed" faintly on the left side of label
Vinyl = EX- Only a few very minor scuffs, nothing major

 

#BDB26
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- Light green WB label, "Hello Hooray" PS, Germany

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear and some small sign of age and wear around the edges
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX Almost looks like new

 

#BDB27
7" - No More Mr. Nice Guy / Raped And Freezin'
- Green WB label, PS, Germany

yet to be graded - but you get a good idea from the photos

 

#BDB28
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Pale green WB label, PS, Holland

Cover = VG  A lot of sign of age and wear especially at the top where the record enters with some splits and creases
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX-- A few scuffs, some very small and light, others a little heavier but nothing too major

 

#BDB29
7" - No More Mr. Nice Guy / Raped And Freezin'
- Green WB label, PS, Holland

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear and some small sign of age and wear with minor creases - also a small writing on the front on Alice's face
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX- Very minor marks but nothing that will really spoil the sound quality

 

#BDB30
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Light green WB label, PS, France

Cover = EX- Thick PS so very little ring wear, most of the sign of age/wear is around the edges.  The PS has "unstuck" but you can easily stick it back to make it like new again
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX Looks foggy and a couple of very minor marks but nothing that will affect sound quality (no scratches)

 

#BDB31
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- Light green WB label, PS, France
 

Sleeve = VG+ Usual ringewear and some wear along the edges, some writing on the front as you can see in the "A and Y" of Hurray.... also clear sticky tape around all edges (you can just see it on scan)
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX-- A few very light marks and a couple of heavier scratches which will be heard on playing but in general excellent condition - nothing too major

 

#BDB32
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- White PROMO WB label, Press sheet, PS, Spain

Sleeve = Ex- Typical ring wear, writing on front (part of the promotional copy), someone has drawn on Alice's face, slight splitting on the bottom and a split on the opening because the sleeve is paper thin, there is a "burn"? mark on the back
Label = Ex Clean
Vinyl = Ex Almost like new, very little surface noise

#BDB33
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Green WB label, PS, has photo of “Killer” LP & “School’s Out” 45 on back cover, Spain

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear and some small sign of age and wear around edges, a weird purple flower print on back cover
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX- A few marks but nothing major, no scratches

 

#BDB34
7" - Elected / Luney Tune
- Green WB label, PS, Yugoslavia

Cover = EX-- Usual ringwear but some more sign of age around edges and the top torn a little, small splitting on sides from record
Labels = EX Clean except for 1 small pen writing on side B
Vinyl = EX-- Some light scuffs and scratches

 

#BDB35
7" - No More Mr. Nice Guy / Raped And Freezin'
- Tree WB label, Canada

Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX- Looks a little foggy and just a couple of very minor marks but will play almost perfectly

 

#BDB36
7" - Hello Hurray / Generation Landslide
- Light green WB label, UK

Labels = EX-- As you can see from scan, there is a sticker stain on 1 side and some writing on the other, otherwise in excellent condition
Vinyl = EX- Looks almost like new

 

#BDB37
2 x 7" Hello Hurray/Woman From Tokyo/Killing Me Softly With His Song/Do You Want To Dance -
White PROMO WB labels, PS, Japan

Cover = EX-- Usual ringwear and some sign of age and wear especially on the left (where the records come out), also "TE 260" written on the front
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX-- Quite a few light scuffs on all sides, but nothing too major

 

#BDB38
7" - No More Mr Nice Guy/Mary Ann/Hello Hooray/Billion Dollar Babies -
Green WB label, full sheet of Jukebox cards (but one has been detached), PS, USA

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear and some sign of age and wear especially on the back as it is white.  Jukebox sheet in perfect condition
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX- A few minor marks but nothing major

 

#BDB39
7" - Slick Black Limousine
- flexi

Vinyl = EX- A couple of marks but should play fine

 


MUSCLE OF LOVE
 

#MOL1
7" - Teenage Lament '74/Hard Hearted Alice -
Tree WB label (USA label), small hole, UK

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Just a couple of scratches, but nothing too big

 

#MOL2
7" - Teenage Lament '74/Hard Hearted Alice -
Tree WB label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Just a few light surface scuffs and scratches which will affect the sound quality just a little

 

#MOL3
7" - Teenage Lament '74/Same -
White WB PROMO label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Looks close to new

 

#MOL4
7" - Teenage Lament '74 / Working Up A Sweat -
Tree WB label, PS, Germany

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear and some sign of wear around the edges
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- A few light scuffs and scratches that will affect the sound quality a bit

 

#MOL5
7" - Muscle Of Love / Crazy Little Child -
Tree WB label, PS, Holland

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear and quite a bit of wear around the edges, especially the top where the record enters
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- Bit foggy looking and some light scuffs and the odd light small scratch, nothing major though

 

#MOL6
7" - Muscle Of Love / Crazy Little Child -
Tree WB label, PS, Portugal

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear and some sign of wear around the edges, also a tear from a sticker removed it seems in the top right corner on the front
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Clean looking, very minor marks but no real scuffs or scratches that will affect sound quality

 

#MOL7
7" - Teenage Lament '74 (Lamento Juvenil ‘74)/ Hard Hearted Alice (Alice La Del Corazon Duro) -
Tree WB label, PS, Spain

Cover = EX- Some ringwear (not too bad as the sleeve is thicker than most), some other signs of age here and there but nothing major, and a little writing on the back cover in red texta, left side has small split from record
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- A few very minor marks and one bigger scuff mark, but generally clean and will play well

 

#MOL8
7" - Teenage Lament '74 / Hard Hearted Alice -
Green WB label, PS, Yugoslavia

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear and some sign of wear around the edges
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- No real scuffs of scratches, very clean looking

 


GREATEST HITS
 

#GH1
LP - Greatest Hits -
Bone WB label, different cover, 1982, Spain

Cover = EX- Very little sign of age and wear, still in the original WEA/Buen Precio" sleeve (with adverts for some records including this LP)
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-  Near new

 


WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE
 

#WTMN1
LP - Welcome To My Nightmare - (Bienvenido A Mi Pesadilla) -
Black Anchor label, inner sleeve, all written in Spanish & English, Argentina

Cover = EX- The plastic covering has protected the cardboard well.  The only real wear is on the edge of the opening of the cover.
Inner sleeve = EX--  Some ring wear, sign of aging with slight discolouring and 2 staples
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- A few light scuffs and scratches on both sides, will play generally very well

 

#WTMN2
LP - Welcome To My Nightmare -
White Victor label, TEST PRESSING, plain white sleeve W/sample sticker, Japan

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- like new

 

#WTMN3
LP - Welcome To My Nightmare -
Original half speed master, (sealed), Japan

Cover = EX- sealed so - new

 

#WTMN4
LP - Welcome To My Nightmare -
Black Anchor label W/spider, cardboard inner sleeve, UK

Cover = EX- In great condition because the laminate has taken good care of it.  Very little wear
Inner sleeve = EX-
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX--  Just minor scuffs over both sides, nothing major to worry about

 

#WTMN5
7" -
Only Women/Welcome To My Nightmare - Black & silver Atlantic label, oldies series, comes in original Atlantic sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Almost like new

 

#WTMN6
7" -
Only Women/Welcome To My Nightmare - Black & Brown Atlantic label, “oldies series”, in Atlantic sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- A sticker on one side, but otherwise clean on both sides
Vinyl = EX-  Just a couple of very light scuffs on one side.  The other side looks near new

 

#WTMN7
7" -
Only Women/Cold Ethyl - Red & black Atlantic label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- One side has a "spillage" stain, but I don't think it will affect the sound quality.  Other than that, it looks in near new condition

 

#WTMN8
7" -
Only Women/Same - Blue/White & Red Atlantic label, PROMO, USA

Labels = EX- Clean, some wear on one side
Vinyl = EX- Some light surface noise, but nothing that will affect the sound too much

 

#WTMN9
7" -
Welcome To My Nightmare/Cold Ethyl - Red & black Atlantic label, in Atlantic sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- Just some light wear on the labels
Vinyl = EX- The vinyl is a bit "foggy" and has the odd light scratch, but will generally play very well

 

#WTMN10
7" -
Department Of Youth/Cold Ethyl - (Departamento Juvenil/Etilo Frio) - Black Anchor label, titles in English & Spanish, gold PROMO sticker, PS, Spain

Cover = EX- Some ring wear and a little crease in the bottom right corner
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Just a couple of very small scuffs, but otherwise looks like new

 

#WTMN11
7" -
Department Of Youth/Cold Ethyl - Black Anchor PROMO label, Demo record, in Anchor sleeve, UK

Labels = EX--  One side has a little bubble on the label (next to the anchor logo), but otherwise clean
Vinyl = EX--  Just a few light scuffs on both sides

 

#WTMN12
7" -
Department Of Youth/Cold Ethyl - Black Anchor label, UK

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- One scratch on one side and light scuffs on the other

 

#WTMN13
7" -
Department Of Youth/Some Folks - Red & Black Atlantic label, in Atlantic sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- One side has the slightest scuff mark, but otherwise both sides are like new

 

#WTMN14
7" - Only Women / Devil's Food -
Black Anchor label, PS, Germany

Cover = EX-- Usual ring wear and some wear along the edges, mainly the top where the record enters, also a small sticker stain on the "E" of Alice with "70" written in there as you can see from scan
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Looks foggy or stained but doesn't look like the sound will be compromised

 

#WTMN15
7" - Department Of Youth / Cold Ethyl -
Black Anchor label, PS, Belgium

Cover = EX- Some ring wear and some sign of wear and a small sticker stain in the top left corner of 1 side
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Looks a bit foggy but no real scuffs or scratches, so should play perfectly

 

#WTMN16
7" - Department Of Youth / Cold Ethyl - Black Anchor label, PS, France

Cover = EX-- Fairly stong ringwear and some sign of wear and as you can see from the fading on the cover from ring wear and the edges are quite worn but the cover is cardboard so it's still in firm condition
Labels = EX- Clean but seems like there are marks in a circular motion (maybe rubbing as the record spun on the turntable?)
Vinyl = VG+ A few light and a couple of heavier marks, scuffs and circular scuff (similar to the label)

 

#WTMN17
7" - Department Of Youth / Cold Ethyl - (Departamento Juvenil/Etilo Frio) -
Black Anchor label, titles in English & Spanish, PS, Spain

Cover = EX- Some ring wear and very little other sign of wear (mainly on the right where the record enters)
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Only a couple of very minor marks but nothing major

 

#WTMN18
7" - Department Of Youth / Cold Ethyl -
Black Anchor label, PS, Yugoslavia

Cover = EX- Some ring wear and very little other sign of wear
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Only a couple of very minor marks but nothing that should affect sound quality really

 

#WTMN19
12" - Welcome To My Nightmare/Department Of Youth/Black Widow/Only Women
- Black Anchor label, PS, UK

Cover = EX- Not much sign of age or wear, only around the edges, there is a sticky tape mark in the top right corner of front cover folding over to the top left corner of the back cover
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX Looks like new

 


GOES TO HELL
 

#GTH1
LP - Goes To Hell -
Tree WB label, red inner sleeve, titles on label in Spanish & English, Argentina

Cover = EX- Very little sign of wear, there is a blue ink writing on the back cover (under the plastic)
Inner sleeve = VG++  Very tatty on the opening edge and a fold/crease in two of the corners and splitting on one side
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- Quite a few scuffs and light scratches on both sides

 

#GTH2
LP - Goes To Hell - (Va Al Inferno) -
Tree WB label, all written in Spanish & English, Mexico

Cover = EX- Some ring wear and wear along the edges
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Some small scuffs and scratches, but nothing major. The vinyl is very thick.

 

#GTH3
7" I Never Cry/
Go To Hell - Tree WB label, USA

Labels = EX- "2449" writen in blue pen on one side, otherwise clean

Vinyl = EX- Just a couple of light scuffs, but should play well.  Interestingly it has "Up pointing arrow then 75 August 7, 1976" and "Up pointing arrow 12 December 25, 1976" in a wax pencil on the run off of the record.  I guess this is the position of this song in the charts on those dates??  So maybe a DJ copy.  It also has "2449" in blue ink on side A (could be a DJ marking again)

 

#GTH4
7" - I Never Cry / Go To Hell -
Tree WB label, Canada

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Near new

 

#GTH5
7" I Never Cry/Didn't We Meet/Wake Me Gently/You Gotta Dance -
WB label, PS, Brazil

Sleeve = EX-- Bit of ringwear and sign of general age and wear but nothing too big
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = VG+++/EX---  A few light scuffs and scratches all over

 


LACE AND WHISKEY
 

#LAW1
LP - Lace and Whiskey -
Tree WB label, inner sleeve, South Africa

Cover = EX--  The cover itself only has a few signs of age and wear with some creases, splitting on the bottom, but the front is laminated and it has come off in some parts and has some bubbles in it, so it looks a bit worse than what it really is.
Inner sleeve = EX-  Some light ring wear and splitting on the bottom
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-  Some light scuffs on both sides, but nothing major

 

#LAW2
LP - Lace and Whiskey -
Original label, inner sleeve, pink PROMO sticker & red “You And Me” sticker on front, W/“Join or Die” sheet, USA

Cover = EX- Apart from a crease in the bottom right corner of the front cover, there is very little sign of age or wear
Inner sleeve = EX- Just some ring wear
Join Or Die sheet = EX- Perfect condition
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Just some very small surface noise.  Should play loud and clear throughout

 

#LAW3
7" - (No more) Love At Your Convenience/I Never Wrote Those Songs -
Tree WB label, has spoken intro, USA

Labels = EX- Clean.  Some fading on the print
Vinyl = EX- Like new

 

#LAW4
7" - You And Me/It's Hot Tonight -
Tree WB label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- Both sides have a few small scuffs and scratches

 

#LAW5
7" - You And Me/Same -
Tree PROMO WB label, You And Me/It's Hot Tonight PS, USA

Cover = EX- Some ring wear and just a few little tears through wear/age at the opening
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Apart from a couple of very minor scuffs, the vinyl looks almost like new

 

#LAW6
7" - You And Me / It's Hot Tonight -
Tree WB label, Australia

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Some surface noise which will have minimal impact on the sound quality

 

#LAW7
7" - (No More) Love At Your Convenience / My God -
Tree WB PROMO label, Australia

Labels = EX--  Some numbers written on Side A (maybe for radio purposes)
Vinyl = EX- Apart from one very small scratch at the beginning of Side B, both sides are in great condition

 

#LAW8
7" - You And Me / It's Hot Tonight -
Tree WB PROMO label, Australia

Labels = EX--  A small number is written on Side A (maybe for radio purposes)
Vinyl = EX- Apart from one small scratch on each side, both sides are in great condition

 

#LAW9
7" - You And Me / It's Hot Tonight -
White WB PROMO label, PS, Japan

Sleeve = EX-- Usual ringwear and minor creases (due to thin paper), also has pen markings "52 6/30" whatever that means, slight tear on the gun (between handle and revolving part)
Labels = EX- Not sure if the pink fluro paint on the label is from a radio station or what but otherwise clean (only some markings from rubbing against the PS sheet
Vinyl = EX-- A few light scuffs and the odd minor scratch

 

#LAW10
7" - You And Me / It's Hot Tonight -
Tree WB label, PS, USA

Sleeve = EX-- Usual ringwear and some wear along the edges especially the top where the record enters
Labels = EX Clean
Vinyl = EX-- A handful light scratches on side B which will come out in the sound

 

#LAW11
7" - You And Me / It's Hot Tonight -
Tree WB label, PS, Yugoslavia

Sleeve = EX-- Usual ringwear and some wear along edges, slight split on bottom due to record, pen marking on 1 side as you can see from image
Labels = EX clean
Vinyl = EX-- Few minor scuffs and one major one on side B

 


FROM THE INSIDE
 

#FTI1
LP - From The Inside -
White PROMO WB label, gatefold, inner sleeve and Japanese inner sheet, Japan

Cover = VG  The corners have a lot of wear and there is about a 2cm tear on the edge of one of the doors on the back cover
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- like new

 

#FTI2
LP - From The Inside -
Tree WB (Melodi) label, Turkey

Cover = VG+++  some ring wear and quite a bit of wear on the edges and corners
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- Some scratches and scuffs

 

#FTI3
7" - How You Gonna See Me Now/School's Out Live -
Bone PROMO WB label, Australia
 

Labels = EX-- just a couple of light dots from age - otherwise clean
Vinyl = EX-- almost like new except 1 very light scrach (will hardly effect the play)

 

#FTI4
7" - How You Gonna See Me Now/No Tricks -
Bone WB label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Almost like new

 

#FTI5
7" - How You Gonna See Me Now / No Tricks -
Black & silver WB label, PS, Belgium

Cover = EX- Usual ringwear but otherwise great condition
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- I"m not sure if it is a stain or scuff marks and not sure if they will affect sound quality (at all or much) but there are a number of stains/scuffs all over the record on both sides.  It's a little weird, may even be from the pressing of the record?

 


FLUSH THE FASHION
 

#FTF1
LP - Flush The Fashion -
Grey WB label, inner sleeve, Holland

Cover = EX-- Quite a bit of wear, especially around the edges. ring wear and a split near the top on the right side (I think part of the manufacturing process)
Inner sleeve = EX- Ring wear, a split on the sides (I think part of the manufacturing process), some finger print marks and splitting on the edges
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX--- Quite a lot of surface scuffs

 

#FTF2
7"- Talk Talk/Dance Yourself To Death -
Bone WB label, in original Warner/Reprise sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Like new

 

#FTF3
7"- Talk Talk/Same -
Bone WB PROMO label, in original Warner/Reprise sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Like new

 

#FTF4
7"- Talk Talk/Dance Yourself To Death -
Bone WB label, PS, Germany

Sleeve = EX-- Heavy ringwear, small pen marking on Alice's necklace, worn edges all round
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- generally great condition but there are a couple of scratches and scuff marks

 

#FTF5
7"- Clones/Model Citizen -
Bone WB label, PS, USA

Sleeve = EX- Typical ringwear and some wear at the top where the record enters
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX Very clean with just one or very light scuffs but shouldn't really affect sound quality

 


SPECIAL FORCES
 

#SF1
7"- You Want It, You Got It/Same -
Bone PROMO WB Label, in original Warner/Reprise sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Like new

 


ZIPPER CATCHES SKIN
 

#ZCS1
7"- I Like Grils/Zorro's Ascent -
Bone WB Label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Possibly unplayed

 


CONSTRICTOR
 

#C1
12" - Teenage Frankenstein -
PROMO, cover only - no vinyl pressed, PS, USA

Cover = EX- A few small creases on the spine but otherwise in excellent newish condition

Story = I bought this from Alice's assistant for about AUD$700 in November 1995 in his massive auctions.  At the time Brian told me about 5 copies exist.  I know of 2 other copies that have a "permanent" home.

I believe they were all sold or he may have had another copy.  So this copy may be the only one for sale now (and for many years to come - hence my high price).  I really don't mind if it doesn't sell because this item is so cool and rare!

Delayed payment is fine... Just let me know if you need extra time :)

 

#C2
12" - Teenage Frankenstein/School's Out live/Only Women Bleed live -
Sky MCA label, PS, Australia

Sleeve = EX-- Usual ringwear, crease in bottom left corner of front cover/bottom right of back cover, and a circle sticker stain in top right corner of front
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX looks like new although I have played it a couple of times

 


RAISE YOUR FIST AND YELL
 

#RYFAY1
LP - Raise Your Fist And Yell -
Sky MCA label, inner sleeve, Canada

Cover = EX- A couple of small tears on the spine
Inner sleeve = EX- Splitting on 2 of the edges and ring wear
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX---  There is a few light scratches and scuffs, but nothing major

 

#RYFAY2
LP - Raise Your Fist And Yell -
Sky MCA label, inner sleeve, Germany/France

Cover = EX- There is some ring wear and a couple of very minor creases, but nothing major
Inner sleeve = EX- ring wear and a couple of very small stains
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Very light surface marks, plays very well right through

 

#RYFAY3
LP - Raise Your Fist And Yell -
Sky MCA label, titles in English & Spanish, Mexico

Cover = EX- Ring wear and a couple of minor creases along the edges.  The back cover has a bigger crease in the bottom left corner
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Very little surface noise, almost like new

 

#RYFAY4
LP - Raise Your Fist And Yell -
Sky MCA label, inner sheet, gold PROMO stamp on cover, sticker W/some titles on cover, USA

Cover = EX-- Quite a bit of wear around the edges with some creases also.  There is a scratch mark near the top of the front cover and there is some ring wear
Inner sheet = EX- A few minor finger crease marks (because of the type of paper it is)
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Very little surface noise, should play loud and clear

 

#RYFAY5
12" - Freedom/School’s Out live/Time To Kill -
Sky MCA label, snakeskin bag, autographed, UK

Cover = EX- Slight ring wear, otherwise like new
Labels
= EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Almost like new

 


TRASH
 

#T1
LP - Trash -
Blue Epic label, inner sleeve, has sticker, Australia

Cover = EX- There is some ring wear and a couple of very minor creases, but nothing major
Inner sleeve = EX- ring wear
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- A couple of light scratches and scuffs, but should generally play nicely

 

#T2
LP - Trash -
Red & Yellow Epic label, Korean insert, Korea

Cover = EX- There is some ring wear and some wear around the edges.  There is a very small ink writing on the front cover
Inner sheet = EX- Like new
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX-- A handful of scratches and marks on both sides, but not too bad

 

#T3
LP - Trash -
White Epic label, Yugoslavia

Cover = EX- There is some ring wear and a couple of creases but nothing major
Inner sleeve = EX- ring wear
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Looks new and unplayed

 

#T4
12" - Poison/Trash/Ballad Of Dwight Fry live -
White Epic label, UK

Cover = EX  Apart from some ring wear, it's almost like new
Labels = EX  Clean
Vinyl = EX  Looks like new

 

#T5
12" - Bed Of Nails/I’m Your Gun/Go To Hell live -
White Epic label, PS, UK

Cover = EX  Apart from some ring wear, it's almost like new
Labels = EX  Clean
Vinyl = EX  Looks like new

 

#T6
7" - Poison/Trash
- Black & blue Epic label, has a bar code on each label, in original Epic sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Looks unplayed

 

#T7
7" - House Of Fire/Ballad Of Dwight Fry Live
- Blue Epic label, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX  Looks like new

 

#T8
7" - Poison / Trash -
Grey Epic label, PS, Holland

Sleeve = EX- Slight ringwear, otherwise is great shape
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX Looks unplayed

 

#T9
7
" - Bed Of Nails/I’m Your Gun - Cream Epic label, PS, Holland
 

Sleeve = EX- Slight ringwear, otherwise is great shape
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX Looks unplayed

 

#T10
FUNNY VIBE/OBSESSION/LAY DOWN/I'M YOUR GUN (From "Raw" Magazine) -
Grey Epic label, PS, UK

Sleeve = EX- Slight ringwear, sticky tape on bottom and stain from removed sticky tape on top (that sealed the record in while attached to the Raw Magazine
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Minor scuffs but nothing major

 

#T11
7" - House Of Fire / This Maniac's In Love With You -
Grey Epic label, PS, Holland

Sleeve = EX- Slight ringwear, otherwise is great shape
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX Looks unplayed

 


HEY STOOPID
 

#HS1
7" - Hey Stoopid/It Rained All Night - Blue Epic label, in original Epic sleeve, USA

Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Looks unplayed

 

#HS2
7" - Hey Stoopid / Wind Up Toy -
Grey Epic label, PS, Holland

Sleeve = EX- Apart from usual ringwear, no major damage or wear, in pretty solid condition
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- A handful of minor scuffs and a couple of small light scratches but nothing major and will play fine

 

#HS3
12" Picture Disc - Hey Stoopid/lt Rained All Night/Wind Up Toy
- UK

EX I bought it new and haven't played it

 


OTHER RECORDS
 

#O1
LP - Qudraphonic Experience
- “Muscle Of Love” slightly different version than LP, Tree WB/Orange, green and white Atlantic label, Germany, 1974

Cover = EX- In great condition except for the usual wear on the edges/corners due to age
Labels = EX  Clean
Vinyl = VG-  Unfortunately there is a big mark (like a stone has hit the vinyl) from the end of song two and the beginning of song three - the Alice Cooper song. On the other side, there are some noticeable scratches/marks which will affect the audio.

 

#O2
LP - Flash Fearless VS The Zorg Women + comic book
- “Space Pirates” & “I’m Flash”, Green Chrysalis label, UK,1974

Cover = EX  Still in the shrink wrap, although it has been opened to take the record out.
Comic =  EX-  Very little aging.  Excellent condition
Labels = EX  Clean
Vinyl = EX-  There are only a few very small marks, but it may not even affect the audio

I'm Flash/Trapped (Elkie Brooks) - PS, UK

 

#O3
LP - Rap Line
1-15/10/74, USA

Cover = EX-  There is quite a bit of noticeable aging but nothing too serious
Labels = EX-  Virtually 100%.  It looks like printing error, but on closer inspection it is a stamp as I can see "1974" in the print "error" on the label.
Vinyl = EX-  Has some noticeable scuffs and should generally play without problem but I'm sure there will be the odd noise from some scuffs

 

#O4
LP - Picture disc interview, limited edition, (BAK 2059), UK

Vinyl = EX  I can't see anything that will affect the sound quality

 

#O5
Dennis C. Benson - The Rock Generation, 1976
80 Page book of insights into Rock in the 70's - with a number of references to Alice Cooper
2 x 8" flexis with 24 short tracks of various artists talking on various topics (5 of which are Alice Cooper with topics including "God's sense of humour", "Stage character", "The good life", "Organized religion" and "Fear of death"

Book = EX- Very little sign of use.  It has been looked after very nicely
Vinyl = EX- A few very light scuffs, but nothing major.  The discs play well

Story = I bought this from a friend here in Melbourne about 20 years ago

 

#O6
LP - Billion Dollar Babies - Battle Axe Radio Sampler

Cover = EX- Very little wear, the biggest being ring wear
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Just a couple of light scuffs and a light scratch, so it's still in great playing condition

Story = I bought this from Alice's assistant about 13 years ago

 

#O7
LP - Billion Dollar Babies - Battle Axe

Cover = EX- Some wear around the edges and one corner is cut off
Labels = EX- Clean
Vinyl = EX- Light scuffs but plays well

 

#O9
Michael Bruce - Rock Rolls On - Autographed

Yet to be graded