iso binaural

mydogmookiemydogmookie Posts: 14
edited November 2012 in Lost Dogs
looking for binaural, lost dogs and 45's with the large hole(need the large hole so they will play in my jukebox).

I have the broadcast vinyl and pj20 to trade plus cash
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  • MangoMango Sydney via Dublin, IrelandPosts: 1,049
    I recently added some juke box 45's to my collection from a chap on eBay who seems to have quite a few copies. I will PM you his details and maybe you can get some there?
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  • 100 Pacer100 Pacer Toronto, ONPosts: 4,321
    mydogmookie" said:
    looking for binaural, lost dogs and 45's with the large hole(need the large hole so they will play in my jukebox).

    I have the broadcast vinyl and pj20 to trade plus cash
    PM sent.
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  • moses562moses562 Posts: 796
    Good luck on Binaural...it is the last vinyl I need as far as the studio albums go. They are on ebay but man, people want too much for them! It gets me how some are unopened...but some collect to play while others like the unopened aspect.
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