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Jimmy Barnes Freight Train Heart Cold Chisel Australia vinyl LP
Jimmy Barnes Freight Train Heart Cold Chisel Australia vinyl LP

Jimmy Barnes Freight Train Heart Cold Chisel Australia vinyl LP

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Original OZ LP released in 1986 on Virgin Records. Cat: GENLP2. Comes with printed lyric inner bag which is in Excellent condition.

Delivered in the wake of Phil Collins' massive success as a solo star, Invisible Touch was seen at the time as a bit of a Phil Collins solo album disguised as a Genesis album, and it's not hard to see why. Invisible Touch is, without a doubt, Genesis' poppiest album, a sleek, streamlined affair built on electronic percussion and dressed in synths that somehow seem to be programmed, not played by Tony Banks. In that sense, it does seem a bit like No Jacket Required, and the heavy emphasis on pop tunes does serve the singer, not the band, but it's not quite fair to call this a Collins album, and not just because there are two arty tunes that could have fit on its predecessor, Genesis. There is a difference between Collins and Genesis -- on his own, Phil was lighter, and Genesis was often a bit chillier. Of course, the title track is the frothiest thing the band ever did, while "In Too Deep" and "Throwing It All Away" are power ballads that could be seen as Phil projects, but "Land of Confusion" was a protest tune and "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight" was a stark, scary tale of scoring dope (which made its inclusion in a Michelob campaign in the '80s almost as odd as recovering alcoholic Eric Clapton shilling for the brewery).

Condition; Vinyl- Mn Cover- Nm

ALL VINYL COMES WITH NEW OUTER PLASTIC SLEEVE.

Grading:

Mint (M):
Absolutely perfect in every way. This is a grade that won’t normally be used unless the record is still sealed.

Near Mint (NM or M-):
A record that looks and plays like new. The cover may show only light wear with minor scuffing and/or edgewear. The cover will have no seam splits, folds, or cut-out holes.

Excellent (EX):
The record won’t be perfect and may show minimal signs of use. This is a record that may have been played and enjoyed, but was handled with care. The cover may have light scuffing and/or edgewear, minimal creasing, promotional stickers/writing and/or cut-out bin indications such as small punch-holes, small cut corners, etc. that will take the cover out of being NM.

Very Good Plus (VG+):
The record, while not flawless, will show light usage and may have some mild scuffing and/or fine surface hairlines. Any visible blemishes should have minimal impact on play quality. There may be light surface noise present at quiet portions or between tracks. This is a record that should satisfy all but the most strict of collectors. The cover may have some scuffing and/or edgewear, minimal creasing, promotional stickers/writing and/or cut-out bin indications such as small punch-holes, small splits, small cut corners, etc. that will take the cover out of being EX.

Very Good (VG):
This record will show more signs of wear and surface noise will more than likely be present, but the record should play thru without any skipping or repeating. In some cases a good cleaning may raise the condition to the next higher level. The cover defects will be more pronounced, but will not detract from the overall appearance.

Good (G):
The record will have even more wear with significant surface noise, scratches, and possible groove wear. Any LP in this grade will have most of, if not all, the blemishes mentioned in the ad (vinyl and cover both).