Featured Releases (A selection of...)
POCP-9194 to POCP-9208 & 9212/3 : 1999-09-29
The first edition of the first series of mini LPs for the Who (target obis) came with inserts that were pre-punched. A binder and T-Shirt accompanied the release. It is not clear how these were obtained but it seems likely that the small yellow coupon on the obi would have been snipped off and the folder at least was awarded on surrendering the full set of coupons.
MHCP-1002 : 2006-06-07
Recorded in early July 1973 this album took nearly a year to make it to streets.
One of the most elaborate record covers ever produced and probably the most elaborate so far to make it to mini LP release. It is nearly impossible to capture the splendour of this on a web site but we shall try...
LIST-007 : 2006-02-07
This is a work in progress project and due to its size it will take some time to finish.
Book cover images from different countries are welcome (or the ones included but with better image resolution).
hudson-pf01 : 2008-01-01
A unique creation from Kerry Hudson design. Lavishly sculptured and finished, this felt lined wooden box stand holds all regular sized Pink Floyd Mini vinyl LP replica covers along with a selection of DVDs.
The ultimate gift for the Pink Floyd fan who has everything. (The box is currently for sale from the sculptor. Contact details can be found here.)
This was Kerry's second homage to an artist's releases on Mini LP, the first being Hudson Genesis Box Mach I.
WPCR-13295 : 2009-01-14
Fifth studio album, featuring Talking Heads only US Top Ten hit, Burning Down The House (including an alternative version as a bonus, and an unfinished outtake of Two Note Swivel).
This version is a reproduction of the limited edition clear vinyl version designed by artist Robert Rauschenberg, who won a Grammy Award for his work.
UICY-93013-38 : 2006-03-16
2006 (reprinted at least once) release of Stones albums from the earliest days up to 1975. Does not include the early 70s releases.
Each album included a collector card. The backs of the cards, when laid side by side, formed the cover image of "Their Satanic Majesties Request".