BOC: vinyl & a bit of HW

Zeitgeist xzx28 at DIAL.PIPEX.COM
Wed Jan 6 11:54:17 EST 1999

And the answer is, no.

BOC vinyl is rarely rare.

The (UK) exceptions are; for mint copies

Blue Oyster Cult (1973) £10
Cultosaurus Erectus (1980 w/poster) £10

The only rarities worth mentioning are;

7"      DFTR w/Tattoo Vampire on the flip instead of RUR2R £10
12"     DFTR 1978 12" reissue £8
12"     Burning for You in pic sleeve 1981 £7
12"     Take Me Away in pic sleeve 1983 £7
12"     Shooting Shark in pic sleeve 1984 £7

and the solitary CD collectable is;

CDS     Astronomy 1989 £7

The current Hawkwind top item is the 1973 one sided 7" promo of Sonic
Attack in a cloth sleeve which would set you back about £175!


At 11:19 06/01/1999 GMT, you wrote:
>I saw a collection of half a dozen BOC vinyl 12" albums the other day
>in a 2nd hand record stall down in Hull and it reminded me that I very
>rarely see BOC vinyl.  This could be simply because I'm not usually
>looking for it but can anyone enlighten me as to exactly how rare is
>it and would it be worth while picking up one whenever I see it in
>case there's someone out there in search of a copy?
>J.D.Strobridge at                         eset08 at
>                                                ELIJSA at

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