Siouxsie & The Banshees – Live in Athens, "Θ?ατρο Λυκαβηττο?", 18/9/93
- Recorded At – Lycabettus Theatre
Xerox cover highlighted with fluo markers. Hand-numbered out of 100 copies.
YOU MUST VERY SERIOUSLY CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING: As a small country, Greece is a small market for foreign (non-Greek) music and, as you go back in time, it was even much smaller. Therefore the records were pressed in a small run, many of them in only a few hundreds. God only knows how many of them have survived today and of those who have, how many are still in nice shape, especially 40, 50, 60-year-old records. A record might have been pressed in big markets (USA, UK, Germany, France, Japan etc.) in hundreds of thousands or even millions and in Greece in only a few thousands or even a few hundreds.
Regarding Greek test pressings, I don't think that more than 20 of each have been made. The Greek 7" test pressings come all in plain white sleeves.
ALL my Greek-pressed 7"s come with their matching generic company sleeves (7"s on MAM, ARISTA, RIVIERA, CUBE, CARRERE and a few others were issued in plain white sleeves, some others have been issued in different company sleeves than the label says, for example 60's EPIC 7"s have been issued in MUSIC-BOX sleeves) unless they were released with picture sleeves and so come with these. These Greek-pressed 7"s (and also quite some of the Greek-pressed LP's as well) have been stored in old warehouses, old record shops and private collections for decades, therefore many of them, especially the older ones, have gathered more or less dust through the years and need GOOD CLEANIG. Dust has NOTHING TO DO with the actual condition of the records.
ALL my records (LP'S, 12's, 10"s, 7"s) are stored in plastic bags for protection.
As a MINT fanatic myself I always try to find items in the best possible condition. My grading is VISUAL under strong light or even direct sunlight and as careful and accurate as possible, however as a human being, some time something might escape me.
A) The cost for packing is:
For 7"s, CD's, cassettes, DVD's 0.50 EURO
For LP's, 10"s, 12"s maxi-singles / EP's 1 EURO
B) The cost for registered shipping (I send ONLY registered WITH tracking number) as it's set by the Greek Post Office is:
up to 1 kg. 3 EUROS
up to 2 kg. 3.50 EUROS
up to 3 kg. 4.50 EUROS
up to 4 kg. 5.50 EUROS
2) ALL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
up to 250 gr. 7.50 EUROS (two 7"s / two jewel case CD's / three papersleeve CD's)
up to 500 gr. 11 EUROS (1 LP / 12" with single sleeve)
up to 1 kg. 15.50 EUROS (1 heavy vinyl LP, 1 LP or 12" with gatefold sleeve, 2-3 LP's / 12"s)
up to 2 kg. 26 EUROS (4-7 LP's / 12"s)
The buyer is responsible for paying the packing + registered shipping costs.
I combine packing + shipping costs for more than 1 items.
NOTE: 1) The payment via Bank Transfer in the "PAYMENT METHODS" section must be done to the name "GEORGIOS TSOLAKOS" and means another 3 EUROS Bank charge for the buyer
2) Στην Ελλ?δα ΔΕΝ στ?λνω με αντικαταβολ?