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Hey there,

Repertoire Records (http://www.repertoirerecords.com/) released a nice bunch of MiniLP's very similiar to the Japanese originals, in some cases also limited to a few thousand copies.

Releases include the first 4 Gentle Giant LP's, Renaissance, Beggar's Opera etc.
 
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I have Gentle Giant:A Tall Tale(Self Titled Debut) it sounds and looks orgasmic man its a bit worn out because of extensive playing though I plan on getting those early UFO albums they have
 
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I have Gentle Giant:A Tall Tale(Self Titled Debut) it sounds and looks orgasmic man its a bit worn out because of extensive playing though :( I plan on getting those early UFO albums they have

i have johnny winter experimental blues.....sound is incredible
 
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When it comes to mini-LP Repertoire is always a good alternative. Budget-wise, sometimes that's the best thing to do. They do a very good job in all aspects of a reissue. I have a couple of titles from them and I can't say that I was not happy with the product. Dan
 
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