Here is another one of my latest purchases, my only blue copy of In Person and with a black label. No insert with this one, but a fairly nice copy. The blue colour is almost non transparent, similar to the dark blue In America with black label.
It’s a new year, and a new late entry with release of the week. The first entry in 2020 is one of my last purchases and one of my favourites. In America on green vinyl with black label. Took quite some time to find this, but a great friend helped me out. Fantastic!
Late again, but here’s another TMOQ. This time it’s the very nice and rare version of In Person with gold label and red vinyl! An absolute favourite!
A bit late this time due to Christmas holiday, but here we have another TMOQ from the collection. This time it’s the yellow vinyl In Person with black label. Sleeve is a bit beat up and no insert unfortunately. Still a unique one in the collection.
This week we have another “Stout” variation of In Person.
This is the black version, sometimes found in normal stamped In Person sleeves, my copy comes with the Stout sleeve. This is another favourite and the Stout sleeves are fantastic!
Boiler Room Records, located in Poole have a fantastic TMOQ inspired logo. If you haven’t seen this already, be sure to check them out! You will find them on Facebook and if you get the chance, be sure to visit their store! Run by fantastic people with a big passion for records!
Do also check out the maker of this great artwork – Kris Hastings
This week we have the very first copy of In Person I added to my collection.
On red vinyl with white label. A quite common issue of this release.
I got this from a fellow collector in Italy.
A nice little release.
This week we have one of the rarest Bowie TMOQ’s of the normal coloured variations.
The yellow vinyl copy of In Person with yellow label.
For some reason this combination is incredibly hard to find. My copy is a stunning near mint with both the insert for the album and also the TMOQ catalog.
A fantastic release and one of my favourites!
This week we have another copy of The All American Bowie, this time on blue coloured vinyl with green label.
This colour combination seems to be quite common for The All American Bowie.
It’s harder to find the other two releases with blue vinyl and green label combo.
Mine is a great copy and the very first All American I got.
This week we have a real rarity. The green vinyl In America with Stout sleeve.
The green In America is famous for it’s in many cases unfortunate event of changing colour.
The discs originally were clear green, but over time many reported seing them change colour. A real unfortunate event as this makes the records entirely black in many cases like mine. Held against light you can still see the green shine through.
Not all disc change colour though, some stop mid-process.
The same happens for a lot of other TMOQ boots with other artists too, but the green records seem to be heavily affected.