This Weeks Reissue and Box Set Deals

UK: The Kinks / Arthur super deluxe – £51

Originally £77 on release last year, this Kinks 50th anniversary box set offers four CDs featuring 88 tracks including mono and stereo album, singles, B-sides, alternates, remixes and demos. Includes 68-page book and four seven-inch singles.

UK: The Flaming Lips / Greatest Hits Vol. 1 3CD deluxe – £6

52 tracks across three CDs for £6 is a low risk way to get introduced to The Flaming Lips.

UK: George Michael / Listen Without Prejudice 2CD deluxe – £3.46

For all its flaws (wrong cover, wrong era MTV Unplugged etc.) this 2CD deluxe of George Michael’s 1990 album is ludicrous value at UNDER £4 and it is the only place to find the Nile Rodgers remix of Fantasy on a physical product.

UK: Suede / Studio Albums 93-16 10LP coloured vinyl box – £99 £121

Suede‘s first seven albums (up to Night Thoughts) pressed on coloured vinyl.

UK: David Bowie / Loving The Alien 15LP box set – £125 £135

UK: Rush / A Farewell to Kings 3CD deluxe – £10

UK: Guns N’ Roses / Appetite For Destruction super deluxe – £53 £91

Forget the massive wooden box ‘Locked and Loaded’ version, the standard super deluxe of Guns N’ Roses classic Appetite For Destruction gives you all you really need and takes up far less room. Four CDs of content (including 49 unreleased tracks) and a blu-ray which features the album, bonus tracks and music videos all in brand new 5.1 surround sound. This set also contains a 96-page hardcover book. This set has never dropped below £85 in the UK, so £53 is a real bargain!

UK: New Order / Movement 2CD+LP+DVD super deluxe – £67

The Movement box set features the original album on vinyl LP, CD (in replica mini-LP sleeve) and a bonus CD of previously unreleased tracks. A DVD adds live shows and TV appearances .

UK: Prince/ Piano & A Microphone LP+CD deluxe – £13.99



UK: Phil Collins / Take A Look at Me Know  (8CD box) – £7.99

Insane value. Worth getting even if you don’t like Phil Collins (well, maybe not). All his albums remastered on single sleeve wallets, in a box.

UK: Soft Cell / Keychains and Snowstorms: The Singles  (CD) – £2.97

single disc, 20-track summary of the big box. Or to put it another way, a greatest hits.


157 responses to This Weeks Reissue and Box Set Deals

  1. Dibyaroop Ghosh says:

    Has any of the GnR box sets been dispatched yet for those who have ordered…..mine still doesn’t have a dispatch and delivery date :(

    • Martos says:

      My GnR deluxe box set has just been delivered to me here in the UK. Ordered on Amazon UK 3 weeks ago. Tracking 1st popped up a week ago showing it was in Italy so they are out there…

    • Beechlander says:

      Arrived a week ago after being ordered via Amazon UK, all good.

  2. Mark says:

    Neneh Cherry ‘Raw Like Sushi’ vinyl boxset down to £18 on Amazon UK this morning!

  3. Daniel says:

    I had to get the Suede box. Under 88 GBP = $117 including shipping to US after VAT was removed!! Great deal on a handsome set!! Thanks!

  4. oskar says:

    The Black Crowes – Warpaint (Limited 3LP+2CD) [Vinyl LP] 24 € in amazon Germany.

  5. SJ says:

    Target in US has the buy 2 get 1 free deal again until 2/15 … music, movies, books, video games. Appears to be free shipping for $35 or more purchase.

  6. Marcel says:

    Paul, i have been suggesting some deals the last couple of days which do not eventually show up in the comments section. I twice tried to share a JPC 10% off deal and today I suggested the Arthur box set on Am i doing something wrong?

  7. Tony says:

    Traffic vinyl box down to £89 on Amazon UK

  8. Marcel says:

    Kinks’ Arthur deluxe box set is €59 on

    • David Tomlinson says:

      So, as suggested by another person, the price is reduced by subtracting VAT if you ship outside of EU. My shopping cart price on of EUR 49,57 with shipping at EUR 12,37 (much higher than, a total of EUR 61,94. My UK order was about EUR 58 (£46.27), so still cheaper at Amazon UK.

      • Klaus says:

        @David Tomlinson:

        That’s good for you but for German readers the offer from comes out cheaper, possibly also for other countries on Europe mainland.
        As i understand we are an international community here so it would be kind to give some thought to that before posting.

  9. Richard Fisher says:

    REM Live at the BBC CD boxset £24.99 via Amazon UK marketplace seller. Seems like a good deal. It is used but listed as “very good” condition.

  10. Timm Davison says:

    Paul, any idea if New Order plans to release further box sets of original LP’s?

  11. Ivo Peeters says:

    The Kinks Arthur boxsets are available too at the other European Amazon-sites at even somewhat lower prices than on And some do not charge for shipping.

  12. JohnM says:

    Kinks now at £56.45, a saving of 41p!

  13. David Tomlinson says:

    It may be because I have Amazon Prime, but the Kinks Arthur box was listed at the above price but was £42.69 when I checked out, and £3.58 for shipping to the Philippines.

    I held off on this box because it couldn’t possibly compare with the VGPS box, but at that price? Had to.

    My last order Woodstock – Back To The Garden – 50th Anniversary Collection took a month and a half to arrive, slightly worn packaging, but it did arrive. I guess I’ll expect delivery on this around end of March.

  14. Alex A says:

    Apologies if this has already been highlighted, but the Beatles singles vinyl box is around £139 at the moment

  15. Richard Fisher says:

    Suede studio albums on vinyl just shy of £100:

  16. Richard Fisher says:

    Kinks boxset at the lowest price yet (I think) :

    Arthur or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire [VINYL]

  17. Richard Fisher says:

    Flaming Lips bargain!

    Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 (Deluxe Edition)

  18. Wayne Olsen says:

    Here’s an unbeatable deal: David Jones live in Japan 3 lp set on red white and blue vinyl for 25 bucks on Thinking it’s a mistake as the 2 cd set is 29 dollars.
    Anyway go for it. FYI this is not the Loving the Alien David Jones.

  19. JOHN T says:

    GNR box still £53…. amazon will deliver when back in stock.. see “10 new from (link in blue)”

  20. Martin says:

    Passed on the GNR as not big enough fan – but bargain. I would love a deal on the Bowie Alien CD box – always seem to miss out

    For anyone thinking about the Prince – It is a great set and an absolute no brainer at that price

  21. Deano says:

    Not strictly relevant here, but has anyone else experienced Amazon taking payments for items that haven’t been dispatched (and that do not even have an estimated dispatch date!)

    • Rich G says:

      Yes Deano. I was using smile amazon and they took it straight away. It’s happened with released stuff, whether or not in stock also on main site too. If you cancel before despatch you get a credit.

    • Richard says:

      Yes – I’ve had this with the new Muse Box set. It’s made me wonder if they have done this before and I’ve not noticed. If they end up cancelling the order it usually disappears from order history so no way of checking this. ☹️

    • H says:

      Deano – not relating to music orders but had this with Amazon for an echo device in November which wasn’t due in stock until February but they took the payment anyway – unless I’ve missed something their policy states charge on dispatch . Saw my backside with them cancelled the order and got a refund. Their customer services is diabolical response written in a language from a galaxy far far away.They weren’t interested in the slightest.

    • Paul Taylor says:

      Yes. They started it a while ago but stopped after complaints and mass cancellations. It seems they’ve started it again but will deny it. If you cancel they process a refund

    • Neil McL says:

      Yes they take them 5 working days after you order even if not dispatched

    • The Golden Age Of The Phonograph says:

      This happened to me around 12 months ago. Amaz0n took over £500 for my music pre-orders, yeah, I buy lots of LPs/CDs/etc. Luckily when I place an order I put aside the amount so I wasn`t stung with credit card charges. When I contacted Amazon, which was around a dozen times in total I never got the same explanation from any of the Amazon reps I spoke to. In the end I contacted my card company and Amazon returned the money. They managed to refund me twice for some items, over £140 in total. When I told them I was told to keep it as a thank you for my inconvenience.

  22. Jurg says:

    Blue Guitars (11 CDs + 1 DVD + Book) Chris Rea for €19,99 at

  23. Shaun says:

    Guns ‘n’ Roses ordered. Excellent value at this price.

  24. Paul E. says:

    I’m not sure if it still works at the official GNR store, but you might want to try this code to save an additional 10% on the set: GNR10

    It was a one time use code per email address provided.

  25. Tony says:

    Must not check SDE. Must.Not.Check.SDE. Taps open Twitter, taps on SDE. GNR ordered.

  26. Stepan Nalbantian says:

    Not a bad deal on the Guns N’ Roses set. Truth be told it’s been $49.99 (from $99.99) for a while now, on the band’s official merchandise site.
    I did a sample order , to calculate shipping to the UK and the total came to $63.17 (49GBP)…

  27. oskar says:

    Joe Bonamassa – Live at Radio City Music Hall (Blu-ray+CD) in amazon Germany at 5,99 €

  28. Steven Chia says:

    If anyone is interested, Guns ‘n’ Roses Official website is listing the Appetite for Destruction Super Deluxe Box Set for US$49.99 now.

    • Manny Y says:

      Thanks for the heads up Steven, i just ordered it from their US website and it cost me $94AUD, with shipping. Retailers here in Australia charge almost $300AUD, so this is a real bargain.

  29. J says:

    As of this morning, Phil Collins on USA Amazon is $20 with shipping I paid $6 more a week ago. RUSH 3 CD FTK is also $20. Great deals while they last

  30. Peter says:

    David Bowie loving the alien vinyl box set £124.99 Amazon uk

  31. Rickjapan says:

    I’m not interested in any of the things on offer, but to have this information available is a wonderful and valuable thing!!! Thanks so much Paul, and long live SDE!!

    (Kim Wilde deluxes arrived today, Howard Jones coming soon after, life is good)

  32. Adam says:

    For anyone interested, Amazon appear to have their Suede exclusive coloured vinyl albums box set back in stock, at £98, which is less than I paid when it first came out!!

    Don’t know if you have to go through the process of replacing the faulty album and creased inner sleeves though…

    • Paul Taylor says:

      I suspect the window for that has passed which is why it suddenly appeared again last year despite being ‘sold out’.
      I got one in October but didn’t bother trying, as I felt I might be wasting my time

  33. Richard says:

    Guns n Roses Appetite for destruction Super Deluxe is down to £53.59 on Amazon UK this morning!

  34. Dean F says:

    Movement box creeping back up, now £62.35. Also noticed a listing for a nice looking Power Corruption & Lies box listed as CD + 2 DVD + LP. Design, size looks similar to Movement box :)

  35. Poptones says:

    Some pretty nice bargains on Amazon UK :
    – Public Image Limited’s 40th Anniversary Box Set “The Public Image Is Rotten” (6LP) : £53
    – The Killers’ Career Box : £84
    – New Order’s Movement (Definitive Edition) LP Box Set : £60
    – The Killers’ Direct Hits CD Best Of album is down to £2

    These vinyl box sets have already been that low a few weeks back but they’re usually priced £100+.

    • Beechlander says: are doing the PIL Rotten box sets at a similar price with “limited edition” (1300) numbered cards signed by the man himself to boost the re-sales. You’ll have to wait until April to get it though. Metal Box set gets same treatment but is £100.

      • Alan B says:

        The Public Image is Rotten LP box set with signed card has sold out and then been re-listed 4 times in the past week. I reckon they allocated a certain amount of signed cards to each of the 3 box sets and as each allocation for the LP box set sold out they switched some of the allocation from the other two back to that one. The Metal Box with signed card has now sold out and I suspect there won’t be any more available on that one as they have probably cleared the last of that stock which was originally released over 3 years ago.

  36. Derek Langsford says:

    I wish Rush had continued with the CD+Blu-ray releases like they did originally for for 2112 and for Moving Pictures. Would love to hear the Steve Wilson 5.1 of Farewell to Kings but that is the only thing I want from the bloated, mixed media box and the 3 CD is of no interest. I suppose I have the 5.1 that came with the Sector 2 box but I understand the Steve Wilson 5.1 mix is much better, not surprisingly.

    • Adam says:

      The Rush super deluxes have taken a tumble in price recently. I got ‘A Farewell to Kings’ for £64.99, and ‘Hemispheres’ for £69.99, and felt that was an OK price compared to what they had been.

      • Derek Langsford says:

        Its not the price but the extraneous material and space it would take up I don’t want or need. I know I lose out but so does the label because I won’t buy it and they wont get a sale. Its a lose-lose situation. Digital and vinyl should be kept separate IMO in boxed sets.

  37. Emilio Lafarga Giribets says:

    Prince’s Piano & A Microphone 1983 Lp+cd only 16,23€ on now.

  38. Steve Bliss says:

    AUGH! The Soft Cell CD won’t ship to the US! Bummer.

    But, I just snagged Paul Weller’s A Kind Revolution 10″ vinyl version for $32.38 at US Amazon. Cool package (I’m a sucker for 10″ records), apparently includes download codes for the expanded version.

    • Derek Langsford says:

      What is the reason for some CDs not being shipped to by Amazon UK to the US? It doesn’t seem to be related to any particular factor. Some deeply discounted ones are constrained, other are not. There seems to be no rhyme or reason. Midge Ure’s Orchestrated CD is unable to ship to the USA. Why?

      I’ve noticed it more and more and worry that something I desperately want will be designated so. I collect non-US versions so this is a concern although I realize there are many more ways to get UK CDs to the US, though few as cheaply. I really feel sorry for fellow music collectors in Australia.

      • Iain Mac says:

        Maybe some product is only licenced for particular territories which restricts movement?

        • robert tyrrell says:

          In My Opinion it is a glitch on Amazon. I am in Ireland. sometimes the cd is not available to ship but the vinyl is. then it will switch a few days later…. Then they will become available or unavailable. same with dvd/blu rays. very annoying. Emailed Amazon about it. may as well have asked my Shih Tzus for a solution.

      • AdamW says:

        This deal this links to is from a third-party seller, who I guess has no interest in shipping to the US. If you look closely, you’ll see that for £2.99 the actual will be happy to ship one to the US.

      • Glenn says:

        I noticed the Soft Cell CD is being sold by a 3rd party seller via Amazon. I was also trying to order one from the US and could not.

      • Gisabun says:

        @Derek Langsford
        Theoretically anything sold from Amazon UK should be able to ship to the US.
        However if it is a third-party marketplace seller, then it depends. Some will sell to the US, some won’t [a hassle?].

    • Steve Bliss says:

      Paul Weller 10″ download codes expired in May 2018 — seems like a short-lived offer. Reaching out to Warner about it, dunno if they’ll do anything for me or not. Expiration date was only stated on the card inside the box – couldn’t tell until it was purchased and opened.

      Either way, still a nice box and a great album, so I’m reasonably happy :)

    • Jeremy k says:

      To Steve Bliss, the Weller 10” set is lovely, I got one a few years back. The download code though will have expired now though, think it had a 2018 expiry on it if memory serves.

  39. Andreas Kötter says:

    the phil collins box set is still 12,99 euro in germany,

  40. JJ says:

    With apologies for the random post, but I got an email from to say my Depeche Mode box has been dispatched. One can only assume some more were sourced somehow.

  41. J says:

    Phil Collins ordered Amazon Prime USA for $26.58 with free shipping. Awesome deal thank you Paul

  42. Frederic Muylle says:

    Great, Ordered!

  43. David says:

    Phil Collins up to £12.91.

  44. AndyB says:

    Simple Minds is over.

  45. bertielego says:

    Released last week on Jan 31st, the first-time-on-CD “Fade To Grey (The Singles Collection) Special Dance Mix Album” from Visage is still available on the label’s web site, Rubellan Remasters. The non-stop dance mix album, originally released on cassette and ltd vinyl, has been remastered from original master tapes, and features five additional bonus tracks (single and dub mixes of Night Train, the bonus beats version of Pleasure Boys, the original version of Frequency 7, as well as Der Amboss)
    …and it is only USD 13,99 (the label ships worldwide).

    For those who missed the previous Visage releases on the Rubellan Remasters label, are also still available at the same USD 13,99 price:
    – The Anvil, released on Jan 17th this year, remastered with seven bonus tracks (Motivation, I’m Still Searching, We Move (USA Single Remix, previously unreleased), The Damned Don’t Cry (Dance Mix), Night Train (Dance Mix), The Anvil (Dance Mix), and Pleasure Boys (Dance Mix)).
    – Visage*, released on Sept 28th 2018, remastered with seven bonus tracks (We Move, Fade to Grey (Dance Mix), Mind of a Toy (Dance Mix), Visage (Dance Mix), We Move (Dance Mix), Frequency 7 (Dance Mix), and Second Steps. *Low stock apparently.

    • Regan Judson says:

      Rubellan’s releases are all well done and very affordable.

    • cdmaniac says:

      Great remasters all. I heard things on The Anvil that I had never heard before!

      • Mark says:

        The Rubellan Visage remasters are amazing, three of the best sounding CDs I have and I consider myself an audiophile.

        I’ve suggested to Scott that he should try to license Duran Duran’s first two albums expanded to include non-album single b sides and include Is There Something…. on Rio.

        Scott would remaster these dynamically and correct the horrible 2009 and 2010 remasters!

        Appears DD won’t license to third parties….

  46. Hamslice says:

    Mind, on the Phil and Soft Cell people are saying the mastering is very loud……

    • Derek Langsford says:

      A review on Amazon said the “Should have been called Brickwalls and Trainwrecks” about the Soft Cell boxed set. This sounds similar or even worse. Perhaps the most painful example of brickwalling I’ve heard. It actually hurts to listen to it at a reasonable volume.

      • Richard S says:

        To me the box set sounded fine. But i noticed the difference on this single cd offering. It’s really quite bad.

        • Derek Langsford says:

          Do an A-B comparison of the 12″ mixes on the boxed set with the 3-CD release from 2000 and you’ll hear a big difference.

      • Brett says:

        I have avoided buying this set for exactly that reason. Wake up labels, dynamic range matters! You’re throwing away money issuing compressed sets.

  47. Glenn says:

    Simple Minds is back up to 12.99
    Soft Cell CD can’t be shipped to my US address

    • Chris says:

      – Go to the Soft Cell page using the Click to Order link above.
      – On the right-hand side of the page under Other Sellers on Amazon, the third entry for 2.99 is for Amazon as a seller.
      – Click on that Add to Basket button and proceed.

  48. Don says:

    Well, the bargain-basement pricing has resulted in the Simple Minds set going to #1 in Pop, Rock, and Box Sets on Please Jim Kerr, don’t write a long, self-indulgent social media post about how Simple Minds is vital again.

  49. A-Lo says:

    Great deal. Imagine the price if you bought all the 45’s for the same versions of these tracks on ebay (or discogs) ;)

  50. Richard Fisher says:

    Not a huge reduction but I think this is the cheapest I’ve seen It’s Alive by The Ramones

    It’s Alive (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) [VINYL]

  51. Chris Squires says:

    Swings and roundabouts.
    It depends what is your definitive version. For some it’ll be the 7” single / radio edit as that is all they bought or can remember and for some it’ll be the album version as they went whole hog and bought the CD/LP back in the day.
    Success, or failure, will depend or your expectations. For me what is more important is when there is a 7” remix rather than edit. Some 7” hits sound vastly different to the album version. Shorter I can live with, but if the hit was a 7”remix it should be present. FGTH two tribes for example. Plus…. if I want to hear the album version there is a very simple answer.

  52. Erik says:

    Even with shipping, this is less than $10 to the US. Been wanting to hear more of them as, being American, we basically know “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” thanks to the Breakfast Club and maybe Alive & Kicking. Recently heard Belfast Child (courtesy of this site) and was amazed so this is the perfect “sampler” of them for my curious ears.

    Thanks so much for the heads up, Paul!

  53. Daz says:

    Thanks paul for a fiver i ordered it, joined prime to get free shipping but will cancel berfore 30 days are up!

  54. Klaus says:

    Another great offer on for completists and casual listeners: The 1-cd-version of “Keychains And Snowstorms” is just GBP 2,99.

    • SimonP says:

      They’ve had a pile of those in the bargain bin in my local HMV for months at the same price, so Amazon are just price matching really.

      • Klaus says:

        Simon P.:

        Ain’t that what they always do? Oh, and sometimes getting rid of overstock, like probably with the Simple Minds-triple.
        But not all of us are in the UK or have an HMV nearby, that might be the reason for these “This weeks offers”-posts on SDE.
        Btw: Never gave much thought to Glasgow before but oh boy, how i wished i lived there after reading yesterdays comments here.

  55. Paul English says:

    Great price! Would advise everyone to snap it up.

    I am genuinely surprised at people querying the use of single edits. This is primarily a singles compilation so it makes perfect sense to use the radio edits as possible. The album versions are readily available on the respective albums. I wish more rock bands would do the same – unlike pop and soul acts, some of them have a blind spot when it comes to Best Ofs and Greatest Hits – frequently overloading them with album versions. Eg The Smiths, Phil Collins etc.

    • Alex says:

      Spot on Paul English! I remember seeing reviews of The Who Hits 50 and buyers complaining it had the single edit of Won’t Get Fooled Again. Well folks, it was the single that was the ‘hit’! I’m fed up when greatest hits album don’t have the single versions on them. Kate Bush’s misleadingly titled The Whole Story had a remake of her biggest hit (although I really liked the remake) and it also doesn’t have the whispered intro to The Man With The Child In His Eyes, which I have never found on CD.

      • Gerbrand says:

        @Alex : It’s on The Greatest Love II compilation.

      • Gareth Jones says:

        Totally agree. If I’m buying a singles collection, I want the singles versions on the CD. If it’s full of album versions, then that’s not really the singles collection, is it? And ‘Album Full Length Versions Of The Singles Collection’ doesn’t really have the same ring to it.

    • Dave Thompson says:

      It was a fiver on Amazon just after Christmas, so I bought it then. I have no problem with the single edits except for 2 of them. Unfortunately, they are my two favourite tracks. One of my favourite ever intro’s is the album version of ‘Waterfront’……..the initial bass part is missing here, which ruins it. On ‘Alive and Kicking’, the piano break is repeated on the album version, whereas on the edit, it is only done once, which ruins that one for me. Maybe I’m just a little too fussy. Having not purchased any of their recent albums, it was good to hear some of there newer singles, and I have to say that I was impressed.

  56. Francesco says:

    Thanks for the heads-up. It would be a bargain of it wasn’t all ‘edits’ (or nearly all anyway). Not even for a fiver.

  57. Steven Campbell says:

    Though I have a couple of their other compilations the only reason I bought this one was it was slightly different in terms of the running order and I got it for a 5er just after Christmas as Amazon have had it at this price before.

  58. julien says:


  59. Hub Hamers says:

    “Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months” says Amazon. You’ll have to be patient…

  60. Alan Kading says:

    I had it in my basket at £5 but when I went to check out it was £13! I cancelled the order.

  61. Marko says:

    4.99 on dodax official site

  62. Alastair says:

    Don’t need it but what the hey….thanks Paul

  63. Bryan says:

    24 edit versions. Thanks Paul for the heads up but I’ll pass.

  64. Wayne says:

    Ordered. Am a casual fan. But at this price well worth it.

  65. Andy Brookes says:

    And £3 postage

  66. Chris says:

    Great price for George Michaels Symphonica BluRay audio wich is only 7.99€ at

  67. Erwin says:

    Talking about steals: 8 Phil Collins albums for 8 Pounds. I still don’t want them, but maybe my fellow SDE readers will….

  68. Karen D says:

    Absolutely! What a bargain.

  69. Pete {in Australia} says:

    awesome deal, shame that Amazon will not deal with Australians anymore. Their Aus site a joke and expensive. This was NOT released her locally in physical form, only digital.☹️

    • GentleRabbit says:

      Amazon UK need to recommence distribution to Australia… SDE has become tortuous over the last couple of years!

      PS Paul, any news on the proposed Amazon AU price widget? Or are the deals so scarce that it hasn’t been worth it?

      Thank you so much as usual for all that you do :)

  70. Mark. says:

    Thanks Paul. Ordered.

  71. Martin Janes says:

    Just hoping the ‘edits’ on the tracks aren’t too severe

    • Kim Porter says:

      At 13 and 14 tracks per disc, I think it’s a safe bet that the edits are mostly 7″ versions.

      And to Pete {in Australia} this IS available on CD from Amazon AU – at the ripper bargain price of just $48.69!!!

  72. Thanks for that – a bargain indeed

  73. Ian Robb says:

    Thanks for the heads up Paul, been meaning to get this for a while and at this price it’s such a steal
    Ian Robb

  74. Heinz says:

    Ordered! Thank you Paul!!

  75. Iain Mac says:

    Or you could buy the single disc version for 5.99??? Crazy world sometimes

  76. Bleddyn Williams says:

    Thanks from a US reader Paul! Even with shipping its only about $9.70 to the US, as opposed to $25 from Amazon US. Ordered!

  77. Mike S says:

    Thank you Paul. Amazing!

  78. Richard John says:

    There’s a load of edits and stuff. what a good deal for a fiver.

  79. Steve Thorpe says:

    Unless there was absolutely no point to this release in the first place, given the 3 CD ‘Celebrate’ set which was just a few years ago :-)
    Coupled with the Street Fighting Years SDE fiasco it’s a challenging time to be a Simple Minds fan…

    • Derek Langsford says:

      I sought out the 3 CD Celebrate after seeing this release and not liking how they did it. Spent $26 to get the Celebrate set, and still think it was money well spent.

  80. John Orr says:

    It would indeed Paul. Ordered.

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