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Rolling Stones - Goats Head Soup CD £5.99 (Prime) / £8.98 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Rolling Stones - Goats Head Soup CD £5.99 (Prime) / £8.98 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Rolling Stones - Goats Head Soup CD £5.99 (Prime) / £8.98 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 10th Sep 2020
This is the new stereo album mix that I had forgotten how many good tracks are on it. Always seems to be overlooked when comparing their back catalogue.
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Good price, only came out last Friday. Heat
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Edited by: "TopTrump" 10th Sep
£4:99 on the Rolling Stones online store therollingstonesshop.co.uk/*/*/Goats-Head-Soup-2020-CD/6LAB0000000
For those who don’t have amazon prime this will work out cheaper. £1:99 shipping £6:98 total
Edited post for people that have difficulty understanding
Edited by: "Mrmojorisin27" 10th Sep
Mrmojorisin2710/09/2020 12:33

£4:99 on the Rolling Stones online store …£4:99 on the Rolling Stones online store https://therollingstonesshop.co.uk/*/*/Goats-Head-Soup-2020-CD/6LAB0000000


Plus £1.95 delivery...
jedijacobs10/09/2020 13:03

Plus £1.95 delivery...


For the people that don’t have prime
Underrated Stones album. Lots of people pick up Let it Bleed and Exile but sleep on this one.
Strange how labels swop over the years.
Could never picture a stones album on Polydor, only red or blue Decca ,or yellow rolling stones label.
Just like King Crimson and Roxy music swoping from Island to Polydor in the mid 70's.
Mrmojorisin2710/09/2020 13:22

For the people that don’t have prime


Prime has no relevance on the Stones' own site - unless you mean it's cheaper from the Stones' site if you don't have Prime, which makes sense.
Edited by: "gslgregory" 10th Sep
Mrmojorisin2710/09/2020 13:22

For the people that don’t have prime


No... on the Stones official website...
jedijacobs10/09/2020 15:00

No... on the Stones official website...


I know the delivery fee on the stones website. It’s still cheaper if u don’t have amazon prime and pay for delivery. Ffs
Mrmojorisin2710/09/2020 15:06

I know the delivery fee on the stones website. It’s still cheaper if u d …I know the delivery fee on the stones website. It’s still cheaper if u don’t have amazon prime and pay for delivery. Ffs


£4.99 plus £1.95 equals £6.94

or £5.99 with Amazon?

Not really sure what your point is? ...as for the FFS... little unnecessary don't you think?

While I agree if you don't have prime, it is cheaper on the Stones site, but you can always take a 30 day free trial of Prime and then your "argument" is totally null and void...

(and I don't need to exclaim ffs to get my very valid point across either)
gslgregory10/09/2020 14:26

Prime has no relevance on the Stones' own site - unless you mean it's …Prime has no relevance on the Stones' own site - unless you mean it's cheaper from the Stones' site if you don't have Prime, which makes sense.


Yep... he could have been a tad more informative with his comment...
Exile on Main Street will always be my fave Stones album, but this one probably comes 2nd. Mick Taylor really seemed to add something in the short time he was in the group
mattman10/09/2020 15:54

Exile on Main Street will always be my fave Stones album, but this one …Exile on Main Street will always be my fave Stones album, but this one probably comes 2nd. Mick Taylor really seemed to add something in the short time he was in the group


Sticky Fingers is also one of my faves
LOL, is in food category.
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