Locomotive – We Are Everything You See
Rarity Scale – Mega Rare
Here we have a super nice copy of Locomotive – We Are Everything You See UK 1st press. Top UK progressive rock.
The disc of this album is always hard to grade. I had several copies of this gem and all of them produces sme background at Side 1. Side 2 plays like new. This is probably caused during production. The disc plays without nasty issues like pops, ticks and skips. It only produces some background and Side 1. Side 2 plays absolutely perfect. Both labels are super clean with only a very few spindle traces which prooves this disc hasn’t seen many record players during its long life. I grade the disc EX-.
The sleeve is in lovely EX to EX+ condition. The front laminated flipback sleeve is fully intact. The front of the sleeve is lovely and laminate is untouched. There is only some slight discolouring near the edges. The spine is lovely and fully readable. Also the opening is lovely. The back is superb with onle some minimal wear near the edges.
This copy comes with the correct UK EMI inner sleeve.
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Off course all collectors of UK progressive rock from the Golden Era knows this album. The debut studio album fronted by Norman Haines is a progressive masterpiece. The sound is unique and very typical for the work of Haines from the early 70’s. The album was released in 1970 on the legendary EMI Parlophone label and is nowadays a true collectors piece. Finding this album in any condition is getting more difficult by the day.
After “We Are Everything You See” Norman Haines released “Den Of Iniquity” in 1971 with a new collection of artists under the name “The Norman Haines Band”. The album is even more collectable and very expensive nowadays in any condition. Of that album we have also a copy for sale.