Artist: Elton John
Title: Too Low For Zero
Format: Vinyl LP
Catalogue No: HIS PD 24
Description: 1983 UK issue 10 track vinyl LP. Includes 'I'm Still Standing', 'I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues', 'Cold As Christmas' & 'Kiss The Bride'. Comes in a glossy die cut embossed picture sleeve with lyric inner. Tracklisting is as
COLD AS CHRISTMAS (IN THE MIDDLE OF THE YEAR)
I'M STILL STANDING
TOO LOW FOR ZERO
I GUESS THAT'S WHY THEY CALL IT THE BLUES
KISS THE BRIDE
ONE MORE ARROW
Vinyl: Vg, some light surface marks that do not affect play.
Sleeve: Vg+, some light corner wear and minor creasing near top corners, inner is excellent.
(Please see the grading system further down the page for more information)
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Record Grading System:
The record itself is in brand new condition with no surface marks or
deterioration in sound quality. The cover and any extra items such as
the lyric sheet, booklet or poster are in perfect condition.
record shows some signs of being played, but there is very little
lessening in sound quality. The cover and packaging might have some
light wear or creasing.
VERY GOOD: The
record has obviously been played many times, but displays no major
deterioration in sound quality, despite noticeable surface marks and the
occasional light scratch. Normal wear and tear on the cover and extra
items, without any major defects is acceptable.
record has been played so much that the sound quality has noticeably
deteriorated, perhaps with some distortion and mild scratches. The cover
and contents suffer from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits,
record is still just about playable but has not been cared for properly
and displays considerable surface noise and may even jump. The cover
and contents will be torn, stained and/or defaced.
record will not play properly due to scratches, bad surface noise etc.
The cover and contents will be badly damaged or partly missing.
BAD: The record is unplayable or might even be broken, and is only of use as a collection filler.
CD grading system:
a general rule, CD's either play perfectly- in which case they are MINT
- or they don't, in which case their value is minimal. CD's are
difficult to grade visually as they can look perfect but actually be
faulty, while in other cases they look damaged but still play perfectly.
CD inlays and booklets are graded in the same way as record covers and
sleeves. In general plastic CD trays can easily be replaced if they are
broken or scratched, but card covers and digipaks are subject to the
same wear as record sleeves.