2  THE 1975  vinyl albums for £19.75 @ HMV
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2 THE 1975 vinyl albums for £19.75 @ HMV

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Found 1st JunEdited by:"davepostie"
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2959531.jpgNot to everyones taste, but I spotted this on one of HMV's store Twitter accounts - you can buy both of The 1975 albums on vinyl for £19.75 currently. They're priced at £26.99 and £27.99 if bought separately, and to be honest I'm struggling to find them anywhere else under £20 each, so £20 for both is a steal! Discount kicks in when adding both albums to your basket.

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Great price for two great albums imo.
Good spot!
Just to add this is in-store aswell
I used to like them until I saw them play live at latitude last year. The lead singer is a real self absorbed prat!
Still, hot deal.
Pretty good deal. Especially if you like terrible "indie" pop
kowalski992 h, 17 m ago

I used to like them until I saw them play live at latitude last year. The …I used to like them until I saw them play live at latitude last year. The lead singer is a real self absorbed prat!


Well it's not surprising considering his parents... We'll his mother anyway.
I've never heard of them.
Sigh 🤪
I wish I hadn’t given away all my 200+ LPs to a charity shop - a few years before the resurgence of vinyl. They even moaned about taking them at the time (Oxfam). Probably worth a £1000+ these days.
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 16th Jun
captainbeaky16th Jun

I wish I hadn’t given away all my 200+ LPs to a charity shop - a few years …I wish I hadn’t given away all my 200+ LPs to a charity shop - a few years before the resurgence of vinyl. They even moaned about taking them at the time (Oxfam). Probably worth a £1000+ these days.


I doubt that very much!
Edited by: "iGlad" 18th Jun
I certainly didn't mourn the demise of vinyl, a few years ago; having to jump up and down every 20 to 25 minutes to either turn the record over or change it, not to mention those pops and crackles. These so-called "audiophiles" trying to kid us that vinyl has a "warmth" that CDs and MP3s lack...Oh, come on!!!
Fish201317 h, 26 m ago

I certainly didn't mourn the demise of vinyl, a few years ago; having to …I certainly didn't mourn the demise of vinyl, a few years ago; having to jump up and down every 20 to 25 minutes to either turn the record over or change it, not to mention those pops and crackles. These so-called "audiophiles" trying to kid us that vinyl has a "warmth" that CDs and MP3s lack...Oh, come on!!!


Too true. I got into vinyl after years of CDs etc. And they are a nice thing but for audio and convenience...nah....people have bad digital systems if they think vinyl sounds better. Still, that doesn't affect this deal
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 17th Jun
iGlad1 h, 16 m ago

I doubt it very much


What - the greatest hits of Elkie Brooks must be worth a few quid.

Not really it was all Nirvana, AC/DC, New Order, Bowie, Blondie etc -all in mint condition. Not everyone’s taste but probably worth a tidy sum.
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 16th Jun
Thanks, wife loves them so ordered! Hot!
got a text message saying if you order from the1975..com you get a free easter egg
Shame the second album couldn't be The 1976 album to avoid duplication
Edited by: "jazid" 17th Jun
horsepills13 h, 3 m ago

Pretty good deal. Especially if you like terrible "indie" pop


The 1975 are fantastic, I can safely assume you're an oldie
£26 for a vinyl album?! Kids today
Call8m1 h, 20 m ago

The 1975 are fantastic, I can safely assume you're an oldie


Ha! Are you trying to suggest that only youngsters have decent taste in music? (Like The 1975??....lol)
Perhaps tear yourself away from your PS4 long enough to go out and widen your musical horizons a bit further than the songs played in Fifa...
horsepills4 h, 14 m ago

Ha! Are you trying to suggest that only youngsters have decent taste in …Ha! Are you trying to suggest that only youngsters have decent taste in music? (Like The 1975??....lol)Perhaps tear yourself away from your PS4 long enough to go out and widen your musical horizons a bit further than the songs played in Fifa...


At least you didn't use he word "millennials". Rolls eyes
horsepills4 h, 39 m ago

Ha! Are you trying to suggest that only youngsters have decent taste in …Ha! Are you trying to suggest that only youngsters have decent taste in music? (Like The 1975??....lol)Perhaps tear yourself away from your PS4 long enough to go out and widen your musical horizons a bit further than the songs played in Fifa...


Totally disagree! The 'oldies' are the ones who usually have the better taste in music lol as a lot of typical chart music is trash nowadays...
Why?
Call8m4 h, 23 m ago

Totally disagree! The 'oldies' are the ones who usually have the better …Totally disagree! The 'oldies' are the ones who usually have the better taste in music lol as a lot of typical chart music is trash nowadays...


So you assume I'm "an oldie" because I don't like The 1975, but think that "oldies have better taste in music"...? I don't get your posts...
horsepills1 h, 28 m ago

So you assume I'm "an oldie" because I don't like The 1975, but think that …So you assume I'm "an oldie" because I don't like The 1975, but think that "oldies have better taste in music"...? I don't get your posts...


He was confirming your reply and contradicting the same post you replied to.
You could get an LP for 2.99 in 1975 !!
logohigh15 m ago

You could get an LP for 2.99 in 1975 !!


You could also get a house for £10,000
Im a millenial - can confirm the 1975 are atrocious
Fish201316th Jun

I certainly didn't mourn the demise of vinyl, a few years ago; having to …I certainly didn't mourn the demise of vinyl, a few years ago; having to jump up and down every 20 to 25 minutes to either turn the record over or change it, not to mention those pops and crackles. These so-called "audiophiles" trying to kid us that vinyl has a "warmth" that CDs and MP3s lack...Oh, come on!!!


You know
Fish201316th Jun

I certainly didn't mourn the demise of vinyl, a few years ago; having to …I certainly didn't mourn the demise of vinyl, a few years ago; having to jump up and down every 20 to 25 minutes to either turn the record over or change it, not to mention those pops and crackles. These so-called "audiophiles" trying to kid us that vinyl has a "warmth" that CDs and MP3s lack...Oh, come on!!!

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