Are The Village Green Preservation Society - 1st

THE KINKS Are The Village Green Preservation Society (Very Rare 1968 UK first issue 15-track MONO vinyl LP on the powder blue Pye label, simply an all time classic & a fan favourite in mono, with 'Do You Remember Walter' & 'People TakePictures Of Each Other' standing out as particularly superior to their stereo mixes, front laminated internal pocket gatefold picture sleeve NPL18233)
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Product Availability Currently Unavailable - You can request the next copy of this item
Release Year 1968 - 51 years ago
Condition Unless stated otherwise in the description above, all items are in at least excellent condition - so please read our descriptions carefully. We try to sell items as close to Mint condition as possible, and many will indeed be close to brand new and/or unplayed. Others may be 'used' - and all will meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed.
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Format vinyl LP album (LP record)
Record Label Pye
Complete Stock List Go to The Kinks
Product Catalogue No NPL18233
Music Genre 70s Artists, 60s Rock, 60s Beat, 70s Rock, 60s Pop
Country Comes from UK Comes from 'UK'
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Tracklisting & More Information

We all know this is a must have mono first press, so on to the nitty gritty.

The sleeve is front laminated & remains in beautiful, Excellent condition with minimal signs of any wear, all print is clearly legible. The colours are rich & unblemished & the more you study it, the sleeve is fast approaching Near Mint all round. You simply won't find a better one.

The light powder blue Pye labels show only the very faintest of spindle marks to indicate play with no marks or tears.

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NPL18233A 3-W
NPL18233B 3-W

The heavyweight vinyl itself is incredibly clean, & is carefully graded EX/EX- with a lovely deep sheen both sides. On close inspection, there are some very faint paper hairlines through time, none of which affect play & on first sight you would expect this one to have an £800 asking price at any record fair.

For the audiophiles among you that actually love to play their records, you're on to a winner here. A one owner copy of an alltime classic sixties recording! Highly recommended.

01. The Village Green Preservation Society
02. Do You Remember Walter?
03. Picture Book
04. Johnny Thunder
05. Last of the Steam-Powered Trains
06. Big Sky
07. Sitting By The Riverside
08. Animal Farm
09. Village Green
10. Starstruck
11. Phenomenal Cat
12. All Of My Friends Were There
13. Wicked Annabella
14. Monica
15. People Take Pictures of Each Other

LP RECORD  
Recording Artist The Kinks
Product Title Are The Village Green Preservation Society - 1st
Product Information The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society - 1st UK vinyl LP album (LP record).
Language All tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
Additional info Deleted - A deleted or out-of-print item is one that is no longer manufactured. However, we stock thousands of out-of-print formats and we specialise in tracking down out-of-print, deleted and hard-to-find releases.
Artists Related To Café Society, Dave Davies, Mapleoak, Mark Johns, Ray Davies (Kinks)
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