AUGUST PLINTH READS SELECTED STORIES and THE INCIDENT OF THE CHARITY BAZAAR
Vox Records # 11102
Even if you are already familiar with August Plinth, this is even weird by his high standards for weirdness and scariness. Just reading the notes on the back cover, with references to church burnings and “Statler Hitler” and Plinth’s repressed rage and desire for violence, is enough to scare away most victims from his creepy, weird poetry. To say he is “eccentric” is an understatement. This spoken word LP was recorded in Mono and released in 1973.
COVER: VG (VERY GOOD): An average used record cover. May include some seam splitting, writing, surface and/or ring wear, creasing. Most buyers are satisfied with covers we have placed in this grade for their collections. (The cover is still partially in its original shrink wrap, however it has some seam splitting and creasing).
VINYL: VG + (VERY GOOD PLUS): A few visual imperfections or minor flaws. Possible light scuffing or light scratching but not deep. Light audible imperfection may be present. The surface is still clean and retains much of the original gloss and luster. (The record shows surface marking but no scratching).
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