Discussion in 'Coupons, Discounts & Sales' started by lv70smusic, Mar 14, 2014.
LP Bob Seger Ramblin Gamblin Man (black version)
Chris Difford’s upcoming demo CD Let's Be Combe Avenue: Demos 1972 preorder has dropped to $11.99.
I second this. I owned thousands of albums in the LP era and don't remember ever buying a new album that was warped.
I've had very few warped records over the years - old or new - that appreciably impaired playback. IMO, the far bigger issue with new vinyl is non-fill.
Metallica - Ride the Lightning
$9.76 (Temporarily Out of Stock)
2LP Roy Orbison Ultimate Collection under $20. Under $10 for the cd
New Fleet Foxes vinyl is <$14
Someone from here better jump on this deal. A seller has Bob Marley's Legend 30th Ann. CD/Blu-ray set for $6.52 shipped with Prime. I think it's a mistake by the seller.
Amazon.com: Buying Choices: Legend - 30th Anniversary Edition [CD/Blu-Ray Audio Combo]
Many people consider this Blu-ray the definitive Legend mastering. I would have bought it if I didn't already own it.
It has been this price from that seller for a while... At least a month. It was already posted in this thread at that time. They had about 80 of them at that time... Not sure how many they have now
OK. No need to yell at me. I ordered it.
Bought a couple for xmas gifts.......a classic
I warn anyone RE the vinyl version is it is a poorly done pressing with regard to no fill, and the late period, digital-Jeff Lynne stuff sounds *awful.*
What's strange is when you search for this, it doesn't show up. When you use your link, it takes you right to it.
I just used a copy and paste of :
Legend - 30th Anniversary Edition [CD/Blu-Ray Audio Combo]
and it took me right to it.
I'll check in when mine arrives. I actually cancelled it, but since I grabbed the auto-download, and was gonna be charged $13 for the auto rip anyway, I went through with the vinyl.
Amazon's search engine either has poor algorithms or is purposely skewed to take you to higher markup items. I generally go to Google, type in the item, then add Amazon at the end and that works much better.
I'm sure that works fine, but if someone were looking for every available release and searched for "Bob Marley Legend 30th Anniversary", the CD/Blu-Ray option doesn't even come up.
It does in the drop box.
This will be my last post about this. I am sure people are tired of getting alerts about Amazon's search issues in this thread.
I was using the Amazon app on my phone. It didn't show up.
The Nashville Sound
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (Artist) Format: Vinyl
$10.48 with Prime
Currently out of stock
Also, free to stream with Prime
Amazon's search engine is fairly poor. Once the site got too large a few years ago, search results don't cover every listing. You'll get better results finding obscure items through Google for Amazon.
Now my pre order is in. "Into The Night" Blu ray - Michelle Pfeiffer, Jeff Goldblum (1985) Directed by John Landis
Street date : 11/07/2017
Great deal on the new Depeche Mode album:
https://www.amazon.com/Spirit-Depeche-Mode/dp/B01N37D61L - $13.34
Metallica - Ride the Lightening
https://www.amazon.com/Ride-Lightning-Metallica/dp/B00M8U87WS - $9.76
Yo La Tengo - Painful
https://www.amazon.com/Painful-Yo-Tengo/dp/B00555Z4V0 - $13.05
Led Zep I
https://www.amazon.com/Led-Zeppelin-Remastered-Original-Vinyl/dp/B00IXHBMLS - $13.73
So mine came today. LP1 has an outer edge warp I can't track at all on both sides even adding a gram to my counterweight. So back it'll go.
Otherwise mine has no no-full issues, the 80s stuff does sound flat but I'm not a big fan of that stuff aside from Handle w Care. Seems like the 2 Wilbury tracks are better sounding than any other of the 80s songs. The 60s stuff to me all sounds fantastic.
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