This is a British Track Black Label Original Pressing with A1 / B1 stampers, something you don't see everyday! I've been using this as a reference copy in my shootouts here as it sounds wonderful despite some surface noise, but I figure it's about time to send it off to a new home. This is not a perfect copy by any means, and if you're very picky about quiet surfaces I would advise you to skip this one (though a cleaner one is going to run you quite a bit more if you can find one).
To detail: the vinyl has plenty of light hairline marks but nothing even close to feelable. There are no marks that make repeating pops but there is definitely light "campfire" crackle behind the music -- it never really steps out front and becomes an issue but it is there. The needle skips quickly on the edge of side two before the music really starts, which honestly sounds like a bigger problem than it really is. All things considered, it's a pretty nice copy of a record that's hard to come by, and it actually sounds very good and plays well.
Vinyl: VG (describes above)
Cover: G+ (a bit wavy, bottom end is completely worn)
Play notes: Plays with surface noise but sounds great with no major issues