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This Week’s Box Set and Reissue Deals

UK: Wilco / Summerteeth 5LP vinyl box £54 £72

Great price for the vinyl super deluxe edition of Wilco‘s third album, which features the same bonus 24 outtakes/demos/alternates as the CD set and includes an exclusive performance (“An Unmitigated Disaster”) which is a previously unreleased live in-store performance at Tower Records on March 11, 1999



Roxette / Bag of Trix rarities set

UK: Roxette / Bag of Trix 4LP vinyl – £54

UK: The Beatles / The White Album 6CD+blu-ray super deluxe £58 £74

The BEST of the three Beatles super deluxe editions released to date. Great value! Save an extra fiver today (19 Jan) by using this discount code: DISCOUNT5P

The Beatles / Abbey Road 50th anniversary edition 3CD+Blu-ray box set

UK: The Beatles / Abbey Road 3CD+blu-ray super deluxe – £51

UK: Doobie Brothers / Quadio box set – £49 £57

Great price for the blu-ray audio box with original quad mixes of all four albums (Toulouse Street, The Captain & MeWhat Were Once Vices Are Now Habits, and Stampede) and hi-res stereo. This was £65 back in November! Be aware that these ‘Quadio’ boxes always go out-of-print.

The Black Crowes / Shake Your Money Maker 4LP vinyl super deluxe box set

ITALY: Black Crowes / Shake Your Money Maker 4LP box €39 DEAL OVER

Forthcoming box set is available to pre-order for an amazing price in Italy. This equates to around £35 when it’s £80 in the UK!

If you are in the UK and worrying about import VAT there will be none with this item. EU sellers have to charge for VAT at point of sale for all ‘consignments’ under £135 – it’s the new law. It isn’t collected when the item enters the UK (although it’s highly likely that these goods will ship from the UK, anyway).

UK: Paul McCartney / Amoeba Gig  2LP vinyl £18 DEAL OVER!

The 2019 double vinyl reissue features remixed audio and a bonus track, ‘Coming Up’ (soundcheck)

140 responses to This Week’s Box Set and Reissue Deals

  1. Richard Fisher says:

    Aretha Franklin Amazing Grace: The Complete Recordings [VINYL] now £50 at Amazon UK (down from £80).

  2. Richard Fisher says:

    Alan Partridge Knowing Me Knowing You – The Complete Radio Series [3 x coloured VINYL] £24 at Amazon UK.

    • SimonP2 says:

      Thanks Richard – bought both Ronnie Wood & Alan Partridge. These were on my “not at full price – only if the price is right” list. And today the price was bargain.

      Thanks also Paul for TOR opportunity

  3. Richard Fisher says:

    Ronnie Wood with his Wild Five, Mad Lad: Limited Edition Boxset [CD + Heavyweight LP + Artcard] now £21 at Amazon UK. Normally seems to be priced upwards of £45!

  4. Richard Fisher says:

    Pj Harvey Dry vinyl LP down to £16 on Amazon UK. Usually around the £22 mark.

  5. Ex-Oligarch says:

    Hi Paul — Just thought I’d mention that Taschen books is now having its semiannual sale of remainders and display copies, at discounts running from 25% to 75%. For those not in a city with a Taschen store, the webstore has beautiful books on Elvis, Bowie, Paul McCartney, the Beatles and Amy Winehouse. The Depeche Mode tome isn’t on sale via the webstore, but you might consider calling around the brick-and-mortar locations. If they have a copy in store for the sale, you can sometimes sweet talk the staff into mailing it to you or holding it at the counter.

  6. Richard Fisher says:

    Wilco down to £49 now at Amazon UK!

  7. David Cornyn says:

    Anyone swithering about buying that Georgia album for under £6 on Amazon should grab it. Mine came today and it had a big poster and 10″ included.

  8. Paul H says:

    Note that these comments are from a UK perspective.

    Amazon – There was an Autorip question earlier in this thread which I’ll answer.
    You will only get Autorip (if applicable) when you purchase locally.

    This is the first statement on all the terms and conditions for individual Amazon Sites.
    For the UK – AutoRip is available only to customers with billing addresses in the United Kingdom who have a United Kingdom bank-issued credit card associated with their Amazon.co.uk account.

    If you think about it logically, you only have one Amazon Music Account, which is where your Autorip gets placed. However you have individual Amazon Accounts for the various countries. Although the settings are generally pulled through, you cannot see other country orders, in fact Amazon customer services can’t find orders that are made on other country sites.

    When it comes to Amazon purchases I have always taken this into account. Basically

    Pros of buying from abroad
    1) Sometimes price, but if the price differential isn’t too much and autorip is available locally then the additional cost may be worth paying. The other thing is that Amazon quite often add autorip later, so for myself it’s the big bargains I go for (of which this site is at the forefront of highlighting)
    2) Availability
    3) Unique item to the locality

    Cons
    1) No Autorip
    2) Sometimes import duties, previously this was only for the US and Japan, but now the situation has changed.
    3) It can be ‘interesting’ if you have to return the item.

    Other things of note
    ********************
    In the UK if you get a Halifax Clarity/Santander Zero card you’ll only pay the current exchange rate on your transactions, no other fees. How long this will remain is open to question I guess.

    If buying on Amazon Marketplace, Ebay and sometimes direct, a few US companies charge UK VAT upfront – you can see this in their terms and conditions.

    “We are required to charge and remit Value Added Taxes on shipments to certain countries as a requirement for doing transactions to those countries. If we are required, you will see this amount in your shopping cart and your order will be shipped to you VAT prepaid”

    Note however this is just the VAT element and only certain companies, if you buy something that hasn’t had the VAT paid upfront and is over the threshold or indeed is something that has a value over the customs level then you could be in for a REAL treat of the dreaded Royal Mail/Parcelforce Handling fee plus VAT/Customs. The galling thing is the handling fee is quite often the largest element.

    Sometimes I guess you have to take the risk, but at least Amazon US will allow you to prepay if you are over the threshold as does Ebay Global Shipping Program.

  9. David Cornyn says:

    The often-overlooked Juno records has some nice stuff. 42 pages of vinyl in the sale. I scoured them and, going by what people like here, saw these which may be of interest:

    Wilco – Summerteeth 5lp box is £47.99
    The Best of Suede – 6lp white vinyl is £70.39
    Leo Sayer – The Hollywood Years clear vinyl 3lp box is £25.99

  10. Larry Davis says:

    Was just going over my pre-orders & saw that the Curved Air box I had on order for $53US was just cut in half to $23US and change…came to $26 with tax…cancelled then reordered, didn’t want to take a chance & miss it & Amazon charging & not refunding me the difference…also, just saw Cherry Red has an upcoming 3CD box by all-girl rockers L7 called “Wargasm: the Slash Years 1992-1997″…waiting for it to get on Amazon…out March 26…love em…

  11. Darren Linklater says:

    Summerteeth Box ordered earlier this afternoon. Thanks for the email!!!

    Can’t decide if this is my favourite Wilco or Yankee Hotel? Hoping for a box of Yankee in the future.

  12. Richard Fisher says:

    BBC News – Mastercard to push up fees for UK purchases from EU
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-55796426

  13. Alan says:

    I just wanted to say thanks re the signed Menwear Collection 4CD offer which was pointed out here a while ago. Having bought it on a whim I was really surprised as to the quality – Menswear weren’t just a flash in the pan but had a load of good songs – the rarities and unreleased second album are really good, almost as good as the debut album.

    The signed edition is still available and I recommend it:
    https://amzn.to/3sWLHPm

  14. Dean F says:

    McCartney Amoeba gig vinyl back down (£19.83 now). 8 left in stock (Amazon UK).

  15. Paul Mac says:

    The 3-CD editon of Shake Your Moneymaker (I presume it’s the “reduced-packaging” version) is currently £12.99 on Amazon UK, I think that qualifies as a serious bargain!

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08R6QYB91/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

  16. Richard Fisher says:

    Kate Tempest’s drummer, Georgia, has her debut album from 2015 on sale at Amazon UK for £5.37. It’s heavyweight vinyl and mine came with an additional 10″ single. Blindingly good value!

  17. David Bly says:

    Paul…
    I got the e-mail about the Wilco offer at 5:11 AM local time on 25 January. Went to look for the £54 deal, and it was £76.02 + £2.50 delivery at 5:18 AM local time!
    Then I noticed the date of this page is January 18, 2021.
    Am I getting notices a week late or something???

    Meanwhile, got that “Hey Clockface” order all sorted out, and got it all for free. Got the same variant you said you were getting, and autographed. Hope you got yours.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      It’s still £54 as far as I can see. No, this is a weekly deals post that was created on that day but is updated as and when during the week. I’m still waiting for my Hey Clockface!!

  18. Richard Fisher says:

    Is This The Life We Really Want? (CD) by Roger Waters £4.99 at Amazon UK.

  19. Robbert says:

    I just contacted Amazon NL by phone and was told that in case an order from Amazon NL is shipped out of Amazon UK with import taxes, Amazon NL will pay those taxes.
    For orders from Amazon DE with the same problem, Amazon DE should be contacted.

  20. Robbert says:

    I (living in NL) ordered the latest Lee Ritenour LP from Amazon NL. Turns out it is being shipped from Amazon UK! As the price is not high enough to pay import taxes it is no problem. But It could be in the future for orders at a higher price.

  21. Richard Fisher says:

    Wilco Summerteeth vinyl boxset now £54 at Amazon UK.

  22. Carsten Hansen says:

    Ordered The Black Crowes lp set. Fantastic price, thanks.

  23. Chumil says:

    So far I have in 2021 received 8 orders shipped from Amazon UK even though all the orders were placed on Amazon Germany. When I placed the orders it was specifically stated that the items was sold and shipped by Amazon EU Sarl but they were infact all shipped by Amazon UK with Royal Mail UK. Living in Denmark this means that I have to pay both VAT and an importfee and a handling fee which amount to more than the items themself. I have contacted Amazon Germany about the issue but is still waiting to receive a reply.

    • CAB says:

      That is outrageous. These new rules are sadly and predictably not working well.
      Two tips concerning Amazon – take full screen shots of your orders (especially now), and use the chat function if there’s a problem. I’ve used this many times (also in conjunction with Google translate if I’m dealing with Amazon.IT or Amazon.FR).
      The person on the end of the chat has always been very helpful and issues are solved immediately. Hope you get refunded.

  24. Stan Butler says:

    Living in Northern Ireland, we don’t have to worry about the VAT, as no international Amazon branch will deliver to us, anyway. Only Amazon UK.
    They won’t tell us why.

    • Steven Campbell says:

      @Stan Butler yep! It’s a pain in the arse as I had that problem when I tried to order from Amazon Italy for the Black Crowes vinyl box set. I have the CD one ordered anyway.

  25. Dave Brealey says:

    Thanks Paul for the heads up re Black Crowes and a HNY to you and yours

  26. Peter says:

    I really fancied the Black Crowes super deluxe LP box set, but at 79.99 it was a def no no. But thanks to you Paul, the fantastic Italian offer is one I just couldn’t pass on!

    Cheers!!!

  27. Paul Wren says:

    The Black Crowes vinyl box set ordered from Amazon Italy (a first for me using them) at £38 including delivery – great tip off and thanks.

  28. Colin MacKenzie says:

    Thanks Paul

    Great price for the Crowes!

  29. Chuck says:

    I’m new to this site and have a newbie question. I’m in the US, and even with shipping it would still be $13 cheaper to buy the Black Crowes set from Amazon Italy vs Amazon US. Is there any difference between the box sets? Would the one purchased from Amazon US be different?

    Thanks

  30. Dave H says:

    Tempting to order from Amazon Italy but not if it ships from the UK. That would add 25% VAT and a £20 handling fee!

    The joy of living in Europe post-Brexit… Haha…

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      I think they only ship from the UK for people who live in the UK…

      • Steven Lowe says:

        Would you still get the AutoRip that you would get if ordering from the UK site ?

        • Paul Sinclair says:

          Don’t think so… although not 100 percent.

        • BillyD says:

          If you live in the UK and have a UK shipping address you will probably be eligible for autorip. I say probably cause it must be ordered from Amazon and not a private seller.
          I have 20+ years of music ordered from the UK site but live in the US. No autorip for me.

  31. FrenchDuke79 says:

    Amazingly it won’t ship to Northern Ireland…..which makes absolutely no sense.

  32. Grum says:

    The 3 CD Crowes box is 24.20 euros on Amazon Italy but apparently they don’t want to ship it to me here in the UK. A Brexit disappointment?

  33. Mike M says:

    Black Crowes boxset ordered pal, cheers for the heads up, amazing deal

  34. Bruno says:

    Black Crowes is a no brainer. Thanks for another great deal alert.

  35. Beechlander says:

    If this is to encourage buyers again post-Brexit then it’s working..another incredible deal from Amazon Italy – thanks!

  36. Rory says:

    Black Crowes is a good price but it ignores shipping costs, the cheapest option adds a further four Euro onto the cost.

    I’ve never really explored their music, so trying to decide if spending nearly forty quid on the boxset is a good purchase or not…

  37. Martin says:

    Wow just checked my email as the Black Crowes deal dropped a real bargain at £43 delivered – So grateful Paul thanks

  38. oskar says:

    Thanks Paul, for the black crowes deal in amazon italy.

    • colm47 says:

      Hi Paul

      Might be a bit of a stupid question as I have seen it discussed elsewhere on the site.
      But if I order in Ireland from Amazon Italy, and it ships from Britain,
      I presume I do not pay customs in Ireland?
      You might have total clarity on that one Paul!!

      Thanks

      • Paul Sinclair says:

        Northern Ireland, or the Rebuplic?

        • colm47 says:

          Hi Paul

          It’s all the island of Ireland to me.
          But we won’t get political on a music site.
          I live in Dublin, capital of our Republic!!

          • Paul Sinclair says:

            Well since the Republic is in the EU and Italy is in the EU I can only assume you’ll be fine. Not sure where they’ll ship from though.

          • colm47 says:

            That’s what I was thinking Paul.
            Also why I said it might be a stupid question!!

            Have ordered from It/De/Fr before .
            So will find out in a few weeks.

            Thanks anyway

          • Stan Butler says:

            Colm, it’s not all the same island unfortunately, according to Amazon.
            Amazon Italy deliver to the Republic of Ireland (and the UK) but won’t deliver to Northern Ireland.
            Why? God only knows.

          • colm47 says:

            Hello Stan

            I’m not going to get political as I said to Paul earlier.
            I appreciate what you say re NI and UK, very odd indeed.

            I’d also like to point to Chumil from Denmark (at top of the page) and his comments which is why I asked my question earlier.
            Brexit has been a disaster. Oh, I said I wouldn’t get political!!!

        • Stan Butler says:

          Trying to get an answer from Amazon is just banging your head against a brick wall.
          None of their staff have a clue, or if they do they have been told to keep stchum.
          NI was told it was “going to get the best of both worlds” with access to both the EU single market and the UK market.
          Instead we have been banished to this barren hinterland, where no one dares to venture anymore.
          Seriously contemplating relocating to North Korea.

  39. Tony says:

    I saw Bryan Ferry at Glasto on YouTube last night, looked up a few Roxy box sets on the SDE archive, I got the Roxy CD box from 2012 on eBay, seller accepted an offer of £50, description is mint, have to wait & see, great archive Paul, Roxy vinyl boxes crazy prices. Finally watched Dark 3, you put me off with your review lol, I agree with your thoughts, there’s no warmth in the characters in S3, the nostalgic is completely missing, shame as the first 2 were so great.

  40. Phil Holland says:

    Thanks very much for the White Album price offer information. Arrived today, very impressive looking. Sounds alright too:)

  41. Kauwgompie says:

    The same happened with Prince’s Sign O The Times box on Amazon Italy. SDE readers cleared them out and the box couldn’t be ordered for months! Anyway, glad I was able to profit from this deal. That’s why I hit superdeluxeedition.com several times a day and get the email deal alerts.

  42. Carl Noonan says:

    Damn it, went to order the Japan box on Amazon Italy but hadn’t used the site for ages and forget my password. By the time I’d reset it the box had gone to unavailable :-(

  43. Mike M says:

    Well done Paul & SDE readers you have cleared Amazon Italy out of stock of the Japan / Quiet Life 3CD+vinyl LP super deluxe boxset. Superb job team, give yourself a round of applause.

  44. Straker says:

    Japan deal over? No longer available to order.

    I just got an order from Amazon.it this week. Would normally have been shipped from the UK but it actually came from Italy, went through customs and arrived without charges but seeing as Amazon put NO declaration on I don’t know what they would’ve checked anyway!

  45. Kauwgompie says:

    Wow, that’s a great price for the Japan set. €20 shipping to NYC ruins it so I had to ship it to my 500 year old parents in the Netherlands. Their back goes out more than they do so the postman ringing the doorbell may scare them to death, if they hear the bell that is.

  46. Alan B says:

    Here’s the opposite of a deal. There is a Recordstore exclusive pink vinyl reissue of Kiss’s double album Killers with a seven inch single which has just been announced. A double LP and 7 inch for £65. Ouch! But it is half speed remastered so that’s ok….

    • Paul Taylor says:

      They’re really just taking the p*ss now.
      I was a big fan for many years from about 1976 and have a good chunk of their output up to Lick It Up. Where I first felt cheated was in 1983 when they announced the tour with a frenzy of marketing material showing them in full make up, only to remove it once most of the tickets were sold.
      They’ve pretty much been their own tribute act this century, and it’s quite sad seeing Simmons & Stanley trying to act in the 2010s like they did in the 1970s. I’m not bothered by Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer using Frehley’s and Criss’s make up, as the whole pretext of the make up was to present themselves more or less as comic book characters.
      Their past few live & compilation releases have been pricey, probably because like the Stones, Bowie and The Beatles their target demographic is diminishing so they’re grabbing as much cash as possible from those still daft enough to spend it.
      I’ve indulged them by buying the recent 40th/45th anniversary releases because they were good albums and it was good to get fresh, nicely presented packages at a reasonable price. This Killers reissue is just insulting and deserves to gather dust in Universal’s warehouses.

    • Stevie C says:

      Yeah, and there is one on eBay already for £499. Good luck with that.

  47. wim says:

    Thanks, ordered from Italy… that saves me 60 euro’s but then again no cd with “Life In Tokyo”. mixes. ;-)

  48. LJW says:

    Thanks Paul,
    Ordered Japan from Italy with a little help from my friend Google Translate ;-)

  49. Gavin says:

    Great price for the Japan boxset but I’d still rather support record stores in the UK.

    • John says:

      Gavin, you’d think Paul would want to (support indies) but the site is already a conflict of interest by installing a shop so getting people to cancel preorders with bricks and mortar stores to reorder on Amazon is par for the.course. This site is HUKD v2.0 now!!!

      Worse is that the preorders for black crowes went back to universal on Friday so if people start cancelling orders now, stores are stuck with them as RRPs won’t cancel!

      • Paul Sinclair says:

        SDE supports music fans by giving them information about forthcoming releases and reissues and offering them a choice as to where they can buy. At the moment, there’s four indies on the widgets (where applicable) – JPC, Townsend, Rough Trade and the SDE shop. Clearly we can’t put *every* indie shop in the UK on a widget, so there’s a basic assumption that if people want to shop at a local record shop (if they have one) then they will.

  50. Vince Williams says:

    Will we get hit by extra import charges on the Japan boxset seeing at it’s coming from Italy?

    • Wayne C says:

      For sure, Brexit will make sure of it. I would expect it to work out at the same price that’s why I haven’t ordered it.

    • Lee Realgone says:

      Very likely, I’m afraid.

    • DaveySussex says:

      Might depend on whether or not they actually ship it from Italy. Whenever I have brought from Amazon Italy the goods always seems to end up actually being sent from Scotland. Looks like Amazon have charged UK VAT on my order too so shouldn’t be any additional import charges if it does ship from Italy. But with this current fiasco I could be very wrong.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      For UK shipping, EU stores have to collect VAT at point of sale for stuff worth less than £135. The consumer does not have to paid VAT when the goods enter the country. So despite what people are saying there will be zero VAT or charges on this item from Italy. Amazon Italy do not ‘line item’ the VAT when you buy this which suggests the goods are located in the UK and will ship from the UK. So that seems to side-step the whole issue.

      • Steven Roberts says:

        Crazy, isn’t it? The item is sold at a discount via Amazon Italy but is likely located in/shipped from the UK – so why then isn’t the item sold at the same discount directly by Amazon UK?

  51. JuzzyB says:

    That’s more like it – Japan set ordered. I will have to live without the Life In Tokyo CD! Thanks for the alert.
    The Deluxe set seems to have vanished from the official store.

  52. Superhoop says:

    Hi Paul,
    Was umming and rrring re the Japan box.
    Not any more!
    £36 inclusive of postage an offer too good to miss.
    Thanks.

  53. Stan Butler says:

    Amazon Italy not delivering to Northern Ireland.

  54. Jason says:

    Fantastic price for the Japan box, cheers paul.

  55. Marc says:

    Good deal on the Traffic Studio Albums 1967-1974 vinyl box
    Now 111 pounds at Amazom UK

    • Richard Fisher says:

      I recently bagged this for £74 from HMV. Store. Had been waiting months as it was out of stock but set an email notification for when back in stock. Email arrived and I pounced immediately, moment’s later it was “out of stock” again.

      • Mike M says:

        Hi Richard

        Been a bit hesitant to buy this boxset, it has plenty of mixed reviews. What’s your thoughts on it?

        Cheers

        Mike

  56. Erwin says:

    Thanks Paul, ordered the Japan box.
    Thanks for the Amazon app lay-out being the same in different languages.

    Have a Nice weekend SDE readers and editors

  57. Andrew Barnett says:

    Thanks for the Japan Quiet Life update, ordered

  58. Simonp2 says:

    Steven Wilson fans should note that Assai records has their own very limited Assai Records version – it comes with a Signed Print (same as the Sound of Vinyl offering) but the Assai is on white vinyl, is hand numbered, and has an OBI!
    These won’t last long…

    • Wayne C says:

      That’s a great deal wish I’d seen that first to be honest never heard of them before but seems a good Store!.

      • Graeme Ewan says:

        Assai. Edinburgh and Dundee. Great shop and service. They have their own record label too. Newest release, The Byson Family. Ex Temperance Movement. Waiting on mine any day soon.

  59. Will says:

    Not reissues but some great deals on Amazon UK right now.

    Paul Weller – Other Aspects 2xCD+DVD – £2.98
    Simple Minds – Walk Between Worlds – £2.99
    The Killers – Imploding the Mirage – £4.99
    Doves – Universal Want – £5.99
    Blossoms – In Isolation\Live in Stockport – £4.99

  60. Pete Stanton says:

    The Kinks Lola Box now £43.29 on Amazon UK.

  61. Wayne C says:

    For any Steven Wilson fans out there , His new album is being sold on The Sound Of Vinyl with a Signed print at the moment . Probably very limited quantities.

  62. Kauwgompie says:

    Kim Wilde “Here come the Aliens” deluxe 2cd only €6.97 on Amazon Germany. Surprisingly good album.
    https://amzn.to/38YA4zE

  63. Cornelius says:

    Kinks ‘Lola’ Super Deluxe is £45.57 on Amazon UK. I’ve just ordered mine with the DISCOUNT5P voucher, which reduced it further to £40.57.

  64. Sheriff says:

    All that you can’t leave behind U2 super deluxe down to £72.68 on Amazon UK today

  65. Mick Haldane says:

    Thanks Paul! This is amazing value for the White Album deluxe. As I live in France, I’d have the same problem as Carsten Christensen if I ordered this from Amazon UK – VAT and customs charges – but just checked on Amazon France and they have it for 60 euros, which is even less than the £58 currently being charged on the UK site. Bonus!

    • Jan V. says:

      And if you enter PROMO5 you even get a 5% discount at Amazon.fr, so the White Album boxset becomes even more attractive to buy…

  66. John Montagna says:

    Any word on the liner notes for the Doobies’ quad set? I’ve heard those quad mixes via some audiophile friends, wondering if the official box provides any detailed info, photos etc.

    • Wayne C says:

      It doesn’t really go into the specifics to a great degree, it explains the original Quadradisc procedure on the insert which I believe the albums all did?. It just mentions DTS HD on the packaging. There aren’t any enhanced booklets or explanation at length just a small card insert which you get. Nothing more than that and a small poster. It doesn’t go not audiophile scientific measurement or anything like that at all.

  67. njstrummer says:

    Just yesterday I scored a used/returned White Album SDE from Amazon directly – only $80 USD! Before Christmas, thanks to Paul got the Abbey Road SDE from Zoverstocks for $67, although it took 6 weeks to arrive.

  68. Nick says:

    Thanks! Just ordered the White Album on Amazon and had a £5 off voucher. DISCOUNT5P at checkout

  69. Chris Thomas says:

    Cheers Paul. Bagged the White Album deal from Amazon. My November purchase of the same from FNAC in France was eventually refunded last week. I’m looking forward to the demos and sessions discs in particular.

  70. Chris Burton says:

    Have had Doobies Quadio in Amazon basket a while.
    Will order end of month. Pricing seems static.
    Trust it will also sound great in the car.

    • Wayne C says:

      They are BluRay Audio discs unless you have a player that can do that in a car?, I’m still on the radio / cd supplied with my Citroen C3!!.

  71. carsten christensen says:

    Well, since Brexit – a £50 purchase ends up in £80 when danish VAT, toll and handling fees are added. Shopping at Amazon.co.uk Is for me no longer an option ☹

  72. Colin MacKenzie says:

    And possibly another £5 off the Beatles item if the vouchers have not been fully utilised yet

    Get £5 of £25 – instantly, with code DISCOUNT5P
    Offer valid on products sold and shipped by Amazon. Limited to the first 10,000 coupons. See conditions.

  73. Jesse Ratcliff says:

    Managed to get Abbey Road Superdeluxe from Music Magpie for £41 at the beginning of January. Although normally £49, eBay had a 20% off offer on selected sellers, including Music Magpie, hence the low price. I believe this is a regular event so might be worth your while keeping an eye out if you haven’t already bought it?

  74. Ben Williams says:

    https://amzn.to/2NmVOgl

    Link for you Paul for the cheap Macca vinyl

  75. Ben Williams says:

    Macca’s Amoeba Gig just £18.39 on Amazon UK!!

  76. Rashers says:

    Even at £57 the Doobie Brothers Box is worth buying

    • Wayne C says:

      Yes, I agree. I bought it at full price and I’d recommend anyone who likes brilliantly produced and played music to take a chance on it. I haven’t got a quad set up but even in High resolution stereo it’s terrific. This once deleted will zoom up to buy so I’d be quick if your sat on the fence. It really is worth it.

  77. Texas T-Bone says:

    I had these quads for years on vinyl, dts conversions from the reel to reel tapes and the Capt. & Me DVD-A. The Doobies quads are some of the best example of how good a 4-channel mixes could be and on these you get the stereo in Hi-Res too!

    • Ian Williams says:

      Thanks for the heads up just ordered on Amazon uk ,the doobies on Bly ray audio at a great price no brainier already own everything on box sets etc but this definitely the one to get , hopefully take me back to that night at the rainbow when they followed the mighty FEAT & turned it up!

  78. John Barleycorn says:

    Dire Straits The Studio Albums 1978-1991 6 CD box has dropped slightly from £17 to £15 on Amazon but it’s still good value if you are in the market for this.

  79. Graeme Ewan says:

    Doobs must have been gone quick. Still 56 quid when I check.

  80. Francois says:

    i missed the Chicago Quadio Box.. I did not miss this one at 46£! thanks Paul

  81. Kevin says:

    The Eminem might very well be a bargain, but I suspect it also highlights some very poor sales for physical copies – which in the long term is a very bad thing.

    • Different Time says:

      Prices go up and down on Amazon all the time. The CD of the latest Rufus Wainwright album has been yo-yoing between £5.99 and £13+ direct from Amazon for weeks. Countless other examples if you look around.

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