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Kate Bush - Remastered In Vinyl I, II & IV boxsets reduced - £37.25 @ Amazon
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Kate Bush - Remastered In Vinyl I, II & IV boxsets reduced - £37.25 @ Amazon

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Posted 13th Jun

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If you're a Kate Bush fan and you've been hankering after her Remastered In Vinyl boxsets "but not at that price!", then amazon has a deal on volumes I, II and IV on vinyl at great prices.

I know she's an acquired taste but being a fan of her early work, I'll definitely be getting box one. Plus with Fathers Day this weekend, how many daddies are going to turn down a bit of late '70s Kate Bush first thing on a Sunday morning?

Volume I - The Kick Inside, Lionheart, Never For Ever, The Dreaming - £37.25
amazon.co.uk/Rem…W8V


Volume II - The Hounds of Love, The Sensual World, The Red Shoes - £35.43
amazon.co.uk/Rem…F46


Volume IV -12" Mixes, The Other Side 1, The Other Side 2, In Others' Words - £40.34
amazon.co.uk/Rem…L18
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Didn’t like the remastered version of Wuthering Heights at all.
That price is more than most of the Vinyl Users: The Next Generation have spent on their vinyl playing equipment!
good value for the money
I have a £5 off vinyl code if anyone wants to try it.
Kate Bush. 2% brilliant 98% weird.
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My old man always had a thing for Kate Bush.

He has good taste
Love a bit of Bush.
Kate Bush 100% wonderful.
ezzer7213/06/2019 20:09

That price is more than most of the Vinyl Users: The Next Generation have …That price is more than most of the Vinyl Users: The Next Generation have spent on their vinyl playing equipment!


Yeah, frightening.
Like Bowie her songs are either amazing or WTF unlistenable.
Also I did not know she had done that many albums. I will stick to her compilation CD that I have...The Whole Story.
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 14th Jun
Does this come on a 7 or 12 inch?
Is this recycled plastic as well as remastered
I'm a big Bush fan.
One of the greatest artists ever.
Just been cleaning up my inbox and found a £5 my next vinyl purchase. So I got this for £32.25. Cushty!
ezzer7213/06/2019 20:09

That price is more than most of the Vinyl Users: The Next Generation have …That price is more than most of the Vinyl Users: The Next Generation have spent on their vinyl playing equipment!



But then you're talking about people who will be playing Ed Sheeran, George Ezra and the likes, Who would probably sound better on a Crosley Cruiser than a decent Rega, Sony, Linn, Technics etc and a quality amp and speakers.
Edited by: "mickrick" 14th Jun
mickrick14/06/2019 23:28

Just been cleaning up my inbox and found a £5 my next vinyl purchase. So I …Just been cleaning up my inbox and found a £5 my next vinyl purchase. So I got this for £32.25. Cushty!But then you're talking about people who will be playing Ed Sheeran, George Ezra and the likes, Who would probably sound better on a Crosley Cruiser than a decent Rega, Sony, Linn, Technics etc and a quality amp and speakers.


No doubt mate, so just download the album's, no need for LPs
mickrick14/06/2019 23:28

Just been cleaning up my inbox and found a £5 my next vinyl purchase. So I …Just been cleaning up my inbox and found a £5 my next vinyl purchase. So I got this for £32.25. Cushty!But then you're talking about people who will be playing Ed Sheeran, George Ezra and the likes, Who would probably sound better on a Crosley Cruiser than a decent Rega, Sony, Linn, Technics etc and a quality amp and speakers.


Not even a thread on a turntable and the hi-fi bores are rattling on about quality of equipment. In my experience people with the £1000s in equipment had sh#t taste in music anyway.
kramer208816/06/2019 11:46

Not even a thread on a turntable and the hi-fi bores are rattling on about …Not even a thread on a turntable and the hi-fi bores are rattling on about quality of equipment. In my experience people with the £1000s in equipment had sh#t taste in music anyway.


I wouldn't spend more than £300 on a new turntable (which is why I use a Fluance RT81 deck) and I use an Onkyo av receiver, at just over £300, which is designed as much for music as it is tv and movies. And my taste in music straddles from the '50s to the present day, and from classical to punk. But would I use a Dansette, Crisley or similar? Not on your nelly.
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