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Frankie Goes To Hollywood / Inside the Pleasuredome unboxing video


 

The new Frankie Goes To Hollywood Inside The Pleasuredome box has shipped to fans who ordered (or ‘pledged’) via PledgeMusic.

The set contains a remastered and repackaged double LP of the 1984 Welcome To The Pleasuredome album, along with three 10-inch EPs, all with exclusive, previously unreleased tracks. A 13-track Relax cassette (“Suck It Up”), a DVD with 5.1 surround mixes and videos and a 48-page hardcover book – And Suddenly There Came A Zang! – are also part of the package. All audio content is also supplied as FLAC files and/or MP3.

Only 2,000 of these sets have been manufactured and PledgeMusic appear to have sold out of their initial offering. If you didn’t manage to pick one up then it seems likely that a small quantity my surface through more conventional retail channels at some point.

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10 responses to Frankie Goes To Hollywood / Inside the Pleasuredome unboxing video

  1. Andy says:

    One of the more beautiful packages I own.

    Wouldn’t hold out much hope them surfacing through traditional channels though, they’re already fetching high prices on eBay.

    • David says:

      I imagine that’s because it was only being shipped to Europe and there were a few requests from the folks in other countries wanting the buy the set.

  2. Mychael says:

    The set is announced for a 24 November release in Germany (preorder is 133 euros).

  3. Joe says:

    Any idea where I could order this online if it’s not too late, thanks

  4. Baward says:

    I really, really wish they’d put some sort of ribbon or something underneath the 12″ vinyl to make it easier to get the album out of the box, as I can see the front of the cover getting torn, eapecially with the cutout.

  5. fettdog says:

    Received mine the other day and it’s magnificent! Haven’t done much more than look at it with awe yet but will be doing so in the next week or two.

    The only thing missing from that era is the old ZX Spectrum FGTH game!

    Awesome, and well worth the money :-)

  6. SimonP says:

    I’d pay a reasonable amount for a download of this box set, but over a hundred quid for some printed cardboard and a cassette? No ta!

  7. Galley says:

    No CDs, no sale!

  8. julian says:

    Download on ebay but mp3 I think

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