Sold for £110
A large collection of CD's various genres to include Nirvana - In Utero, The Who - Who's Next, Pink Floyd - Shine On (8 of 9 CD's no box), The Police - Greatest Hits, U2 Achtung Baby, Madonna - Like A Virgin and Manic Street Preachers - Generation Terrorist.
Comprising two large fruit boxes.
Overall condition generally good, some with card outer sleeves with wear to corners etc.
Lots 501 - 591 are from the collection of Jonathan Ruffle, a British writer, director and producer, who has made TV and radio programmes for the BBC, ITV, and Channel 4. During his time as a producer of the Radio 1 show from the mid-1980s-90s he collected the majority of the lots on offer here. These include rare vinyl, acetates, and Factory Records promotional items. The majority of the vinyl lots being offered for sale are in Mint or Near-Mint condition – with some having never been played.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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