Great vinyl box set deals in the UK


Rough Trade in the UK have some popular box sets discounted this morning including collections from David Bowie, Depeche Mode, Led Zeppelin, Curtis Mayfield , Aretha Franklin, Yes and many more.

Click on this link to see the full selection (note: you need to click the name of the product on the page), or check out some SDE highlights below. Rough Trade ship internationally.

David Bowie / Who Can I Be Now? 1974-1976

David Bowie / Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976)  13LP vinyl box set – £145 £219

Aretha Franklin / Amazing Grace 4LP vinyl – £35 £85

Depeche Mode / Speak and Spell: The 12″ Singles£29.99 £59.99

Curtis Mayfield / Keep On Keeping On 4LP vinyl – £49.99 £79.99

Yes / The Steven Wilson Remixes 6LP vinyl – £79.99 £129.99

Lou Reed / The RCA and Arista Collection Vol 1 6LP vinyl – £69.99 £89.99

The Jimi Hendrix Experience / The Purple Box 8LP vinyl box set

The Jimi Hendrix Experience 8LP vinyl box  – £89.99 £179.99

MC5 / Total Assault 3LP coloured vinyl – £34.99 £59.99

Bruce Springsteen / Springsteen on Broadway 4LP – £39.99 £64.99

ABBA / Voulez-Vous 7 x 7″ coloured vinyl box – £59.99 £79.99

27 responses to Great vinyl box set deals in the UK


    Suede Best of CD boxset signed edition back in stock for £27 at amazon UK

  2. BJ says:

    Beatle Singles Boxset available on amazon for £113.85. Imported from the States via their Global Store. Import duties are included in the price.

  3. Wesley says:

    HMV have got Bowie’s Who Can I Be Now and A New Career in a New town box sets for £150 each, free postage. Is this the cheapest they’ve ever been? May be time to finally pull the trigger.

  4. Paul Mac says:

    Lou Reed’s New York deluxe edition is currently a shade over £53 on Amazon UK, just grabbed a copy

  5. Fogarrach says:

    Beatles fans

    Do try to listen to the bbc radio two interviews that Sean Lennon has done with julian, Elton and Paul.
    To mark their dads 80th. The two hours are some of the best radio I’ve heard about the Beatles in years.

  6. Sebastian says:

    WHSmith has Pet Shop Boys Agenda vinyl EP at £6.99, and The Pop Kids colored vinyl at £5.99 with free delivery TODAY only. And if you register you could have 10% off:

    • Chris Squires says:

      Blimey there is a blast from the past. WHSmith selling Vinyl. I used to work in WHSmith Birmingham in the early 1980s. Vinyl took up a lot of floor space. Happy days.
      I remember taking home the entire floor display for Exorcising Ghosts, Including a massive cardboard Photo of Japan including Masami Tsuchiya as part of the group.
      Are WHSmiths moving back in to Vinyl sales?

      • David Fisher says:

        Ah yes Chris – I used to love buying Vinyl from WH Smith is Sutton, Cheam and Croydon. I remember happy hours browsing the shelves around the time MFP reissued a few Beatles solo LPs in those terrible sleeves. I think the price was £2.99! Boots the Chemist had a great selection in Sutton too. I remember looking at Dylan’s Live at Budokan (out of my price range because I was only 13 or so) – that must have been in ’79 / ’80… I wonder whether Boots will ever stock vinyl again?

    • Cornelius says:

      Wow Sebastian! That was a good find. I ordered ‘Pop Kids’ ‘Burning The Heather’ and ‘Agenda.’ Only came to £17.97, with free home delivery and 10% off. Thanks.

  7. SimonP2 says:

    Hi – Deal instore at HMV if you have one near. Spend over £50 and get £10 off. Only runs until close on Monday.

  8. Gökhan says:

    Amazon DE offers the “Complete Studio Album Collection (Limited Coloured LP-Box)” for 301 Euro.

  9. Chris Lock says:

    Is the Jimi Hendrix Experience all of his studio albums….?

  10. Mike M says:

    Some good prices here, Curtis and Aretha look great. Tempted, spend a fortune lately though.

  11. fan says:

    Unlike Amazon where the deal lasts three minutes,
    I could find something actually available !

    So I opted for the Aretha box,
    thanks Paul,and thanks Rough Trade :-)

  12. Matt says:

    Rough Trade’s costs with shipping to the USA are certainly prohibitive.

    • Andrew says:

      They have a store in NYC see if they have what you want.

    • Simon says:

      As are all UK to USA shipping costs for parcels of this size, having increased by 50% since early September, the work of Donald Trump and his lackey Louis DeJoy. Not Rough Trade’s fault, not the fault of the UK and Royal Mail.

  13. John Dunne says:

    Thanks for this, been after a good deal on the Curtis for ages.

    Got some other stuff too to bring the total above £70 so free postage.

  14. Art from Bristol says:

    Jimi Hendrix
    Rough Trade Note: this vinyl version does not include any additional content.
    It means, that a 40-page full colour book filled with rare photos is not included?

  15. SoulBruv says:

    Snapped up that Curtis one. Cheers

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