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Placebo’s A Place For Us To Dream limited edition 4LP vinyl box

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When SDE reported on Placebo‘s A Place For Us To Dream retrospective last month, the four-LP vinyl box edition was exclusive to the band’s webstore. That is no longer the case…

There were in fact two vinyl  boxes available. The pink vinyl edition has sold out, but the black version is still available for £70 or approximately US $92.

However, the same box is around £53 or US $70 US on Amazon in the USA. If you are stateside, then shipping is likely to be considerably cheaper than the official store (free if you are a Prime member of course).

The vinyl set includes four 180g records housed in a special hard case box and comes with 24-page book and a download card for high-res WAV versions of the tracks.

This limited edition set will be issued on 7 October 2016. A 2CD set is also available.

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Placebo

a place for us to dream vinyl box

Shop Price GBP Stock
Amazon usa 6LP coloured vinyl box 34.75
Amazon ca 6LP coloured vinyl box 49.14
Amazon uk 6LP coloured vinyl box 62.88
Amazon fr 6LP coloured vinyl box 59.49
Amazon it 6LP coloured vinyl box 59.50
Amazon es 6LP coloured vinyl box 66.58
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a place for us to dream 2CD edition

Shop Price GBP Stock
Amazon de 6LP coloured vinyl box 9.10
Amazon usa 6LP coloured vinyl box 7.95
Amazon ca 6LP coloured vinyl box 9.20
Amazon uk 6LP coloured vinyl box 7.99
Amazon fr 6LP coloured vinyl box 10.36
Amazon it 6LP coloured vinyl box 11.50
Amazon es 6LP coloured vinyl box 11.42
JPC de 6LP coloured vinyl box 15.29
HMV uk 6LP coloured vinyl box 12.99
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track_listing

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Vinyl 1

 A1. Pure Morning (Radio Edit)
A2. Jesus’ Son (Radio Edit)
A3. Come Home
A4. Every You Every Me (Single Version) 

B1. Too Many Friends
B2. Nancy Boy (Radio Edit)
B3. 36 Degrees (Version 2016)
B4. Taste In Men (Radio Edit)
B5. The Bitter End

Vinyl 2

 A1. Without You I’m Nothing (feat. David Bowie)
A2. English Summer Rain (Single Verison)
A3. Breathe Underwater (Slow)
A4. Soulmates

B1. Meds (feat. Alison Mosshart)
B2. Bright Lights (Single Version)
B3. Song To Say Goodbye (Radio Edit)
B4. Infra-Red
B5. Running Up That Hill

Vinyl 3

 A1. B3 (Radio Edit)
A2. For What It’s Worth
A3. Teenage Angst
A4. You Don’t Care About Us (Radio Edit)
A5. Ashtray Heart

B1. Broken Promise (feat. Michael Stipe)
B2. Slave To The Wage (Radio Edit)
B3. Bruise Pristine (Radio Edit)
B4. This Picture
B5. Protégé Moi

Vinyl 4

 A1. Because I Want You (Redux Version)
A2. Black-Eyed
A3. Lazarus
A4. I Know (Version 2008)

B1. A Million Little Pieces (Radio Edit)
B2. Special Needs (Radio Edit)
B3. Special K
B4. Loud Like Love

Placebo / A Place For Us To Dream / Double CD retrospective and vinyl box

CD 1

Pure Morning (Radio Edit)
Jesus’ Son (Radio Edit)
Come Home
Every You Every Me (Single Version)
Too Many Friends
Nancy Boy (Radio Edit)
36 Degrees (Version 2016)
Taste In Men (Radio Edit)
The Bitter End
Without You I’m Nothing (feat. David Bowie)
English Summer Rain (Single Version)
Breathe Underwater (Slow)
Soulmates
Meds (feat. Alison Mosshart)
Bright Lights (Single Version)
Song To Say Goodbye (Radio Edit)
Infra-Red
Running Up That Hill
CD 2

B3 (Radio Edit)
For What It’s Worth
Teenage Angst
You Don’t Care About Us (Radio Edit)
Ashtray Heart
Broken Promise (feat. Michael Stipe)
Slave To The Wage (Radio Edit)
Bruise Pristine (Radio Edit)
This Picture
Protégé Moi
Because I Want You (Redux)
Black-Eyed
Lazarus
I Know (Version 2008)
A Million Little Pieces (Radio Edit)
Special Needs (Radio Edit)
Special K
Loud Like Love

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5 responses to Placebo’s A Place For Us To Dream limited edition 4LP vinyl box

  1. Roger Waters says:

    You must really like vinyl if you repeatedly buy this overpriced nonsense. It’s pink! Wow, yeah, I’ll pay silly money for it.

  2. Jhon says:

    hahaha…great one, Ralph! ;-)

  3. Dave says:

    …but they’re black vinyl. Which one’s pink? ;)

  4. R.naud says:

    The version of I Know (2008) is rather inferior to the original version, why re-recordeing it when it was a gem first time around?

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