DISCOS DE VINILO DE COLECCIÓN. PORTADAS TROQUELADAS! Die cut vinyl record sleeves! ENGLISH SUBTITLES

DISCOS DE VINILO DE COLECCIÓN. PORTADAS TROQUELADAS! Die cut vinyl record sleeves! ENGLISH SUBTITLES

August 5, 2019 2 By Kailee Schamberger


Welcome to ViniloEnfermos. Today we’re talking about die cut sleeves. Action! Hi, we’re back with a new video. It’s gonna be a quick one because I’m showing you die cast album sleeves that I have in my colection Die cut sleeves are those that have holes, flaps, tabs… Anything that moves, opens, turns or something like that. Let’s start with the oldest of all. Led Zeppelin III. After releasing Led Zeppelin I and II, there came Led Zeppelin III. And was one of the first “interactive” vinyl covers ever. It’s a gatefold sleeve. And has this wheel that turns. This wheel here. And allows the pictures seen through the holes to be changed Band members and celebrities faces. A masterpiece of album cover design. That was the oldest, from 1970 and a year later came L.A. Woman by The Doors. It’s a reproduction of the original released in 1971. Has the rounded corners. It has this rectangular die cut with the band members printed on this film So when you pull the yellow inner sleeve it makes this cool effect. From 1973 I have 2 records that are Deiver The Word by WAR It’s got a die cut sleeve. See down here. Depending on what side you use, you get a different effect. See the blue one here. From the same year this is one of the most iconic album covers ever. The Bob Marley “Zippo sleeve” This album was released in 1973 and the first pressings from the US, Jamaica and the UK Early pressings from this year Came with this “zippo sleeve”. Finding one of these is hard. Finding one with an operative hinge is almost impossible. You have you pay a lot to get one. Because everybody had it broken. You see it opened like a Zippo lighter. And I got it in an inner sleeve but the desired effect was this. Finding the record there when you opened the jacket. One of the most reknown die cut sleeves is this, together with Led Zeppelin’s Is more chopped than die cut. From 1975 a famous one. Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin. There a picture of a building with die cut windows where you can read the album title It opens on top. If I pull the insert you see the image has changed. Being a double album, it comes with 2 inner sleeves with different characters So you have 4 ways to fill in the windows Or as I had it, just use the insert to display the album title. Second inner sleeve and you see. If you flip sides, windows change. Here’s Lee H. Oswald among others. This is a 1978 Rolling Stones album. Some girls. First pressings came with all the faces But some of them were famous actresses and singers And fearing legal action, they had to remove those celebrities faces And they left the band members and some empty faces. You can also flip this one And they appear with lipstick here. It’s a 1978 second UK pressing. And last one is a record from the 80’s. This type of cover were more common in the 70’s but still made in the 80’s As you see is has this die cut edge. Where you pull the record from. And has 3 windows. Diamond shaped It has 3 images that coincide with the windows and if you flip it, you see something different. Las Vegas pictures. Following Bad Company’s look. They love gambling and casino style. These were all die cut sleeves that I own. If you know any more or you have them in your collection leave your comments below. Don’t forget to hit the like button, suscribe and I’ll see you on the next video. Un saludo.