Aladdin Sane (2013 Remastered Version) [VINYL] - £10.06 (Prime) £13.05 (non prime) @ Amazon
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Aladdin Sane (2013 Remastered Version) [VINYL] - £10.06 (Prime) £13.05 (non prime) @ Amazon

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Found 21st Jun 2016
Other Bowie vinyl in or around the £10 mark, fill yer boots.
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Showed my kids some vinyl you should have seen their faces. Even after I explained about grooves and styli they still thought it was weird. Interesting to see it's making a comeback.
Hot. Great album, under rated. Was very exotic at the time ! Should sound better than it ever has on 180g vinyl with the 2013 remastering, and modern kit. Due to be delivered on Friday for now £10.54, just couldn't resist.

ps Want a laugh? Read their FAQ on vinyl - obviously for the younger listeners, and get your own back, if you didnt know about .wav, ripping MP3s, FLACs, etc :-)



Edited by: "airdsuk" 22nd Jun 2016
amazon.co.uk/b?n…031

It appears to be a selection of answers as to why you shouldn't bother with Vinyl. I dislike Vinyl btw so I'm biased
Maybe trendy to like vinyl now but when I started listening to music vinyl was my only option and it was basically very hard work. Can't imagine why anyone would actually prefer it. Although I can make a good guess, it sounds "warmer" with more "depth" and other characteristics which only fanbois can hear.
I need to dust off my turntable and get a new needle
ultrak3wl

Maybe trendy to like vinyl now but when I started listening to music … Maybe trendy to like vinyl now but when I started listening to music vinyl was my only option and it was basically very hard work. Can't imagine why anyone would actually prefer it. Although I can make a good guess, it sounds "warmer" with more "depth" and other characteristics which only fanbois can hear.


Crackles and jumps
The Man Who Sold The World currently £8:90 (Prime)

amazon.co.uk/gp/…_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1466593762&sr=8-10π=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=david+bowie+vinyl
Great price, but shame its been remastered, they do unmastered versions.
ultrak3wl

Maybe trendy to like vinyl now but when I started listening to music … Maybe trendy to like vinyl now but when I started listening to music vinyl was my only option and it was basically very hard work. Can't imagine why anyone would actually prefer it. Although I can make a good guess, it sounds "warmer" with more "depth" and other characteristics which only fanbois can hear.



I enjoy the theatre of listening to physical albums. I stream plenty of music too... but sometimes I want to sit and enjoy an album on from start to finish. Plus building a collection is enjoyable.
Of course, Amazon supply the MP3 files via their Autorip feature to download (and/or just stream) too - for the non believers ....
£11.32 now ;-(
ps Most reviewers say they've done a great job of the re-mastering






Edited by: "airdsuk" 22nd Jun 2016
I used to have all sorts of distilled water velvety things to keep my vinyl clean. I lent my beloved vinyl Hawkwind "In search of space" to a mate and it came back covered in dust and fingermarks even some tiny little burns... Unlistenable to obviously and I was truly gutted. If someone had told me back then that one day my vinyl problems would be over it would have cheered me up somewhat.
£9.28 now guys, I'd repost for guaranteed heat but can't be arsed...
£9.21 now. I pulled the trigger at £10.31. Fantastic album, great pressing and package. This is what vinyl is all about. Sounds great on my Michell Gyrodec
ultrak3wl

I used to have all sorts of distilled water velvety things to keep my … I used to have all sorts of distilled water velvety things to keep my vinyl clean. I lent my beloved vinyl Hawkwind "In search of space" to a mate and it came back covered in dust and fingermarks even some tiny little burns... Unlistenable to obviously and I was truly gutted. If someone had told me back then that one day my vinyl problems would be over it would have cheered me up somewhat.



Unforgivable - you shouldn't do that....
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