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Picked this up yesterday for a real bargain from that famous auction site, Hardly used and quite superb sound although I would have preferred the vinyl version.

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On 22 December 2018 at 21:16, Sgt Pepper said:

I have been looking for a decent copy of this for ages, now sorted:

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I want a nice new quality vinyl box set release of that classic set.

My original has been played to death and had it.

The few copies I've bought since over the years have been in bloody awful condition.

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1 hour ago, Bignose5 said:

I want a nice new quality vinyl box set release of that classic set.

My original has been played to death and had it.

The few copies I've bought since over the years have been in bloody awful condition.

I purchased mine through eil.com, their albums are always spot on. Bit more than I paid but they have another nice copy https://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalogid=641065

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Bought this fab box set from the 1975 site for £19.75.

The 1975: I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it Limited Edition Super Deluxe Boxset
I LIKE IT WHEN YOU SLEEP, FOR YOU ARE SO BEAUTIFUL YET SO UNAWARE OF IT LIMITED EDITION SUPER DELUXE BOXSET

Super deluxe album includes the below and is presented in a 12” lift off lid box contained within a transparent pink plastic case:

  • Gatefold double 12” album pressed on transparent heavyweight vinyl with album download code included
  • Exclusive 7” vinyl of singles ‘Love Me’ & ‘The Sound’ pressed on heavyweight transparent vinyl
  • CD album in jewel case with 28 page booklet
  • Hardback 1975 photo book with 40 pages of rare and previously unseen photos 
  • A4 enveloped letter from The 1975

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Grabbed these two after price reductions.

Reduced to £67 on amazon uk.

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Also reduced to £65.

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Bought this for under a fiver yesterday.

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Super Wammer

Jonsi' Go and Yazoo's, Upstairs At Eric's both on CD.

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This is what a friend had to say about this album earlier.

Best 2019 album in my collection - recorded in 2018, but only just got it 

It’s electronic psych space reggae dub rock for guitar 

It sounds bit like Ozric Tentacles meets Steve Hillage playing Bob Marley after he joined Hawkwind without vocals (naturally) 

So I've ordered a copy.

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Debut solo album from visionary Ozric Tentacles founder Ed Wynne.
 
Shimmer Into Nature was recorded and inspired by the different locations Ed travelled to over three years: From deep in the Colorado Mountains to the Firth of Forth, via the coastlines of Cornwall and South Devon.
 
Ed comments, "The idea is to transport the listener to a place where the everyday ups and downs of the world dissipate, leaving the mind free to wander through a colourful, omnidirectional guitar and synth driven musical landscape for a while, landing eventually, hopefully freshly charged, with a smile and a calmer spirit."
 
The music - comprising five long pieces - was written, programmed, mixed and performed by Ed, with mastering by Adam Goodlet at Re:Creation studios, with artwork designed by Psychedelic illustrator John Hurford. 
 
 
 
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