MROZINSKI 45 US 1980 MINIMAL SYNTH ELECTRO NEW WAVE ►♬ German PS

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay UK
  • Sold Date: Dec 31,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

MROZINSKI - Hey Brooklyn! / Give It Up, KId 7"

US 1980 MINIMAL SYNTH ELECTRO NEW WAVE. RARE 1980 GERMAN SINGLE. Sleeve is VG++. Vinyl is EX-.
MROZINSKI
Sound clip is taken directly from vinyl, recorded in 56 kbps. Record sounds much better!

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Record Grading:
M: (Mint = new, unplayed copy . I don't use this grading for 2nd hand records.)
NM : (Near Mint = almost as new)
EX : (Excellent = near a perfect copy)
VG+ : (Very Good Plus = the record has obviously been played many times, but despite noticeable light scratches and hairlines, record plays OK with soft cracklings.)
VG : (Very Good = played a lot, with surface scratches and marks, but still a good and enjoyable copy. Some louder cracklings and short noise possible.)
G: (Good = played a lot, with many surface scratches, plays through with ticks and noises. I usually don't sell such records, only if they are very rare and collectable).
Cover Grading:
M: (Mint = new. I don't use this grading for 2nd hand records.)
NM : (Near Mint = almost as new)
EX : (Excellent = has no creases, folds, seam splits or any other noticeable similar defects, may have light ringwear, pocketwear or very small writing.).
VG+ : (Very Good Plus = may have some wear and ringwear, light folds, decent writings, a small edge split(s) or some small taping).
VG : (Very Good = may have wear and ringwear, folds, writings, edge split(s) or tapings).
G: (Good = may have heavy writing on, edge splits, ugly tapings or other defects. I usually don't sell such records, only if they are very rare and collectable.).
I may also use plus (+) and min (-) to make grading more precise.

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