Like A Baby / Make Me Know It : 7 Inch 45 RPM Promo Vinyl Single : A Delight

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
May 28, 2012 - 10:13:54 PM
Vinyl Records, Elvis News


We were delighted with what we found upon opening the box of Like A Baby / Make Me Know It : 7 Inch 45 RPM Promo Vinyl Singles today. [This is half our order with a second box is due to arrive any time now] We had seen all the artwork and so usually the finished product presents no surprises however with a nice sturdy cardboard outer sleeve it really feels like you have something substantial in your hands. And the cover photo continues to mesmerize, as we packed each individual order today it was a continual delight to view the cover as one was picked up and packed right after another. On the inside there is the white inner sleeve, and then the disc itself, with a nice white label proclaiming RCA Victor and 'not for sale' [which of course it is!!!]

>> More 7" 45 RPM Vinyl Singles.

  • 7 inch 45 rpm vinyl single in solid blue vinyl
  • 47- 8025 Not For Sale, Promotional copy
  • Label: White RCA promotional label
  • Limited edition of 250 pieces
  • Singles all sealed

Like A Baby / Make Me Know It : 7 Inch 45 RPM Promo Vinyl Single

 

 

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