Offered for sale is a still sealed limited edition orange vinyl pressing of the album Some Girls by the Rolling Stones, issued in Holland in 1978.
About this copy: This copy of Some Girls is a still sealed limited edition pressing on orange vinyl, issued in 1978. The album includes the original cover with the photos of famous celebrities on the inner sleeve. The cover also has a “Special Edition Pressed on Colored vinyl” sticker on the shrink wrap.
The album is still sealed; the orange vinyl record is presumably new and unplayed. The shrink wrap has small tears at the corners and a 5″ split at the top of the cover. We have secured the wrap with cellophane tape to prevent further tears in the shrink wrap.
The cover has no drill holes, saw marks, or other cutout markings.
A beautiful copy of a somewhat scarce Stones item and the first sealed copy we’ve seen in decades.
Background: In the late 1970s, collectors were showing a lot of interest in both picture discs and colored vinyl, so record companies around the world issued a number of titles which were then-new as well as some older ones, on colored vinyl.
In 1978, Some Girls by the Rolling Stones was then their newest release, and their record company in Holland issued the album on bright orange vinyl.
Some Girls remains the band’s biggest-selling album ever, having sold some 6 million copies in the U.S. alone. The album also yielded three Top-40 singles – “Miss You,” “Shattered,” and “Beast of Burden.”
While a number of Stones albums were issued on colored vinyl in the late 1970s in Holland, some are harder to find than others, and Some Girls is somewhat scarce.
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