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Rarity Scale – Mega Rare
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Up for sale is a top wanted album by many UK prog collectors… “Fuzzy Duck”, released on “MAM” (part of Decca) in 1971.
The disc is in EX condition. THe vinyl surface looks lovely with only a very few super tiny lines/marks. None of them audible. The playback is EX+ for sure! It’s a beautiful pressing! Both labels are lovely with only 4 minor spindle traces on both sides!
The sleeve is in EX- condition. It’s fully intact and looks much better compared to most copies. The front laminated single sleeve is fully intact. No nasty writing, tears or other major defects. The top of the cover shows a few minor creases. The top right corner shows some prica tag residue. Can be cleaned.
The spine is amazing and fully readable. The back of the cover shows very minor ring wear and some storage wear. IMHO nothing serious. Overall a very proper cover.
Comes with the original polylined company Decca inner.
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“Fuzzy Duck” is a wonderfull UK heavy progressive rock album by the band “Fuzzy Duck”. The outfit only released one album. Fuzzy Duck was released in 1971. The group was formed in 1970 in London. Besides this album the group also released two singles on the same label. MAM stands for “Management Agency Music” and was owned by Gordon Mills.
MAM released music under the the mothercompany “Decca”. Most of the albums were pressed in the Decca pressing plant. Also “Fuzzy Duck” was pressed in Decca pressing machines.
There are stories this album was only pressed in 500 copies. I strongly believe this is not true. Eventhough it is mega rare and nowbody knows how many there are still around, this still was a major label issue. Knowing this fact we can be sure this album must be pressed in minimal 2000 to 3000 copies back in 1971.
The music on Fuzzy Duck is heavy rock with progressive influences. sometimes it goes a bit to Deep Purple. Every lover of UK progressive rock from the Golden Era must listen to this album. It’s a true gem!