Van Der Graaf Generator

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Van Der Graaf Generator - Pawn Hearts Pawn Hearts
Pop Used - LP CAS 1051 Charisma
Mint UK 2nd Label In Gatefold Cover.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - The Aerosol Grey Machine The Aerosol Grey Machine
Pop Used - LP 6430 083 Fontana
German Pressing, Shrinkwrap Intact. 2nd Issue?... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - Pawn Hearts Pawn Hearts
Pop Used - LP CAS 1051 Buddah
Juicy 1971 Pink Charisma Label Original.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - H To He Who Am The Only One H To He Who Am The Only One
Prog Used - LP DS 50097 Dunhill
Beautiful 1970 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. “The Foreboding Crawl Of The Hammond Organ Is What Made Van Der Graaf Generator One Of The Darkest And Most Engrossing Of All The Early Progressive Bands. On H To He Who Am The Only One, The Brooding Tones Of Synthesizer And Oscillator Along With Peter Hammil's Distinct And Overly Ominous Voice Make It One Of This British Band's Best Efforts. Kicking Off With The Prog Classic "Killer," An Eight Minute Synthesized Feast Of Menacing Tones And Threatening Lyrics, The Album Slowly Becomes Shadowed With Van Der Graaf's Sinister Instrumental Moodiness. With Superb Percussion Work Via Guy Evans, Who Utilizes The Tympani Drum To Its Full Extent, Tracks Like "The Emperor In His War-Room" And "Lost" Are Embraced With A Blackened Texture That Never Fades. The Effective Use Of Saxophone (Both Alto And Tenor) And Baritone From David Jackson Gives The Somberness Some Life Without Taking Away Any Of The Instrumental Petulance. H To He Is Carpeted With A Science Fiction Theme, Bolstered By The Bleak But Extremely Compelling Use Of Heavy Tones And The Absence Of Rhythms And Flighty Pulsations. This Album, Which Represents Van Der Graaf In Their Most Illustrious Stage, Is A Pristine Example Of How Dark Progressive Rock Should Sound.” Mike DeGagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other
Pop Used - LP CPLP 4515 Probe
Near Mint 1969 Original, VVSRW, Tiny COH.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - Godbluff Godbluff
Pop Used - LP CAS 1109 Charisma
Beautiful 1975 UK Blue Label Original, Custom Card Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - H To He Who Am The Only One H To He Who Am The Only One
Prog Used - LP 6269 907 Philips
Beautiful German Laminated Gatefold (Original UK Pink Charisma Pressings Of Which Sell In The $300 Range). “The Foreboding Crawl Of The Hammond Organ Is What Made Van Der Graaf Generator One Of The Darkest And Most Engrossing Of All The Early Progressive Bands. On H To He Who Am The Only One, The Brooding Tones Of Synthesizer And Oscillator Along With Peter Hammil's Distinct And Overly Ominous Voice Make It One Of This British Band's Best Efforts. Kicking Off With The Prog Classic "Killer," An Eight Minute Synthesized Feast Of Menacing Tones And Threatening Lyrics, The Album Slowly Becomes Shadowed With Van Der Graaf's Sinister Instrumental Moodiness. With Superb Percussion Work Via Guy Evans, Who Utilizes The Tympani Drum To Its Full Extent, Tracks Like "The Emperor In His War-Room" And "Lost" Are Embraced With A Blackened Texture That Never Fades. The Effective Use Of Saxophone (Both Alto And Tenor) And Baritone From David Jackson Gives The Somberness Some Life Without Taking Away Any Of The Instrumental Petulance. H To He Is Carpeted With A Science Fiction Theme, Bolstered By The Bleak But Extremely Compelling Use Of Heavy Tones And The Absence Of Rhythms And Flighty Pulsations. This Album, Which Represents Van Der Graaf In Their Most Illustrious Stage, Is A Pristine Example Of How Dark Progressive Rock Should Sound.” Mike DeGagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other
Prog Used - LP CAS 1007 Charisma
Beautiful UK Mad Hatter Label 2nd Issue Gatefold. The Inner Gatefold Is Autograophed In Pen By Peter Hammill (See Scan). Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - Pawn Hearts Pawn Hearts
Prog New - LP CAS 1051 Charisma
Sealed 1971 Original. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - H To He Who Am The Only One H To He Who Am The Only One
Prog Used - LP CAS 1027 Charisma
Beautiful UK Mad Hatter Label Gatefold 2nd Issue (Original UK Pink Charisma Pressings Of Which Sell In The $300 Range). “The Foreboding Crawl Of The Hammond Organ Is What Made Van Der Graaf Generator One Of The Darkest And Most Engrossing Of All The Early Progressive Bands. On H To He Who Am The Only One, The Brooding Tones Of Synthesizer And Oscillator Along With Peter Hammil's Distinct And Overly Ominous Voice Make It One Of This British Band's Best Efforts. Kicking Off With The Prog Classic "Killer," An Eight Minute Synthesized Feast Of Menacing Tones And Threatening Lyrics, The Album Slowly Becomes Shadowed With Van Der Graaf's Sinister Instrumental Moodiness. With Superb Percussion Work Via Guy Evans, Who Utilizes The Tympani Drum To Its Full Extent, Tracks Like "The Emperor In His War-Room" And "Lost" Are Embraced With A Blackened Texture That Never Fades. The Effective Use Of Saxophone (Both Alto And Tenor) And Baritone From David Jackson Gives The Somberness Some Life Without Taking Away Any Of The Instrumental Petulance. H To He Is Carpeted With A Science Fiction Theme, Bolstered By The Bleak But Extremely Compelling Use Of Heavy Tones And The Absence Of Rhythms And Flighty Pulsations. This Album, Which Represents Van Der Graaf In Their Most Illustrious Stage, Is A Pristine Example Of How Dark Progressive Rock Should Sound.” Mike DeGagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - 68-71 68-71
Prog Used - LP CS 2 Charisma
Beautiful 1972 UK Pink Label Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - N.Y. 78 N.Y. 78
Prog New - LP RR 5578 Reno
Sealed Live Album Recorded In New York, 1978.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - Godbluff Godbluff
Pop Used - LP CAS 1109 Charisma
Beautiful 1975 UK Mad Hatter Label Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - Godbluff Godbluff
Prog Used - LP 6369 965 Charisma
Beautiful 1975 New Zealand Pressing Housed In A Laminated Cover.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - H To He Who Am The Only One H To He Who Am The Only One
Prog Used - LP DS 50097 Dunhill
Beautiful 1970 Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Signed In Pen On The Front Cover By Peter Hammill. Appears Unplayed. Small Cut Out Hole. “The Foreboding Crawl Of The Hammond Organ Is What Made Van Der Graaf Generator One Of The Darkest And Most Engrossing Of All The Early Progressive Bands. On H To He Who Am The Only One, The Brooding Tones Of Synthesizer And Oscillator Along With Peter Hammil's Distinct And Overly Ominous Voice Make It One Of This British Band's Best Efforts. Kicking Off With The Prog Classic "Killer," An Eight Minute Synthesized Feast Of Menacing Tones And Threatening Lyrics, The Album Slowly Becomes Shadowed With Van Der Graaf's Sinister Instrumental Moodiness. With Superb Percussion Work Via Guy Evans, Who Utilizes The Tympani Drum To Its Full Extent, Tracks Like "The Emperor In His War-Room" And "Lost" Are Embraced With A Blackened Texture That Never Fades. The Effective Use Of Saxophone (Both Alto And Tenor) And Baritone From David Jackson Gives The Somberness Some Life Without Taking Away Any Of The Instrumental Petulance. H To He Is Carpeted With A Science Fiction Theme, Bolstered By The Bleak But Extremely Compelling Use Of Heavy Tones And The Absence Of Rhythms And Flighty Pulsations. This Album, Which Represents Van Der Graaf In Their Most Illustrious Stage, Is A Pristine Example Of How Dark Progressive Rock Should Sound.” Mike DeGagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - The Aerosol Grey Machine The Aerosol Grey Machine
Prog Used - LP 6430 083 Fontana
1974 German Stereo Pressing. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Van Der Graaf Generator - Still Life Still Life
Prog Used - LP CAS 1116 Charisma
1976 UK Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Light Bottom Left Corner Wrinkle. “VDGG's Second Step On The Mid-'70s Comeback Trail Saw Peter Hammill Attempting To Meld The Introspective And The Cosmic Throughout, Though This Did Not Stop Him From Taking A Dead Run At A Grandiose Concept Or Two -- The Consequences Of Immortality On The Title Track, And The Grand Fate Of Humanity On The Epic "Childlike Faith In Childhood's End." The Theme Of Humane Cooperation Informs The Opening "Pilgrims," While "La Rossa" Is An Epic Tale Of Desire Fulfilled (A Story That Would Be Concluded On Hammill's Solo Album, Over). The True Highlight, However, Is The Beautiful, Pensive "My Room (Waiting For Wonderland)," With Its Echoes Of Imagination And Loss. Hammill Did Not Achieve Such A Level Of Painful Beauty Again Until "This Side Of The Looking Glass" On Over.” Steven McDonald, AMG.... more details
 

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