Discussion in 'Coupons, Discounts & Sales' started by lv70smusic, Mar 14, 2014.
You're welcome. Cold Roses is still relatively cheap and it's the newer Chris Bellman cut too!
Got that one (from earlier in this thread).
I did too! Nice isn't it?
The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series Blu-ray | Box Set
$55.99 (lowest ever price)
Star Trek: The Original Series: The Complete Series Blu-ray | Box Set
$39.99 (lowest ever price)
Both are authoritative sets for their respective shows - this is it in terms of A/V quality with a complete set of special features.
Wow !!!! My 2012 Twilight Zone set cost me $130.00, and that was a Lightning Deal !!!
VERY HIGHLY recommended.
I'm waiting for a SDE with better packaging, how about a box shaped like this:
I had just bought the dvd set a couple of weeks ago. Ugh!
The Blu-rays look nearly 3D !!!
Only if your reaction is not too Shatner...
Just placed my order. It will be here Friday. THANK YOU for letting us know!
I read further on the comments, and this is not the original Paramount set, but it is put out by Image. However, the reviewer said that the content is all the same. I got the impression that the new box is likely simpler. You guys who paid more earlier (like with the original box of Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery) probably have a much nicer box and packaging.
The reviewer said that the Paramount box which is pictured on the page is not what you get, just so you know...
Reviews on Amazon don't always match the item being sold. My 2012 is the IMAGE set. This is the 2016 Paramount set, as seen here :
The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series Blu-ray
Yeah, I know... FWIW, I ordered the reviews by most recent, so I guess the guy who had just ordered it recently got a different set than what is pictured. But, like you say, that may not apply to everyone.
You're still not getting it...Amazon will post reviews of similar products on the wrong merch pages.
Blu-ray.com doesn't make those mistakes, as it's affiliated with Amazon, and the proper links to the proper products $ells !!!!
I've seen Amazon have reviews on products that haven't been released yet.
Oh, I see... Thanks Myke. Yeah, Blu-ray.com is very dependable. It is THE go-to site for reviews and information!
Best Of Moog: Electronic Pop Hits From The 60's & 70's:
On Amazon there is a new copy for sale of this rare OOP Moog CD compilation. This is a nice compilation to get your feet wet with this kind of music as well as those who like this kind of music there are some rare tracks that only appear on this CD from some more obscure artists. I have this CD myself and like it a lot. Sound is fine. There are liner notes by the late Bob Moog. This CD is on Loud Records from 1999. Rarely does this CD come up at a good price like this especially in new condition:
Amazon.com: Buying Choices: Best Of Moog: Electronic Pop Hits From The 60's & 70's
I should have posted the price of the CD in my prior post but forgot. The price was $9.99 but it looks like it has sold. Sorry for any confusion.
Ray Barretto - Acid (1968) - 180 gram remastered - $10.11
Great pricing on a Bear Family CD, which I never see on sale. Christmas On The Countryside: 27 Honky Tonkin' Christmas Country Songs is available at the moment for $7.45.
This just came out back in November. I can vouch it's a quality compilation if you enjoy classic country Christmas songs.
"Including a rare EP version of the Johnny Cash classic It Was Jesus, one of the 'Radio broadcast' jewels by Hank Snow, and an originally unissued Marty Robbins master. Famous Christmas songs like Silent Night and White Christmas are featured here by Country legends such as Eddy Arnold, Red Foley and Tennessee Ernie Ford.Also included is a rare track by Eddie Cletro, and an early Western song by the late great Gene Autry!"
Now is a great time to clean up on Christmas music that has been discounted - I also recommend this fine $2.99 CD compilation from Sony Legacy. This happens to be an add-on item, so you need about $23 in other product to order it.
Anyone interested in the Christmas in the Country CD add on item can order it using Alexa on an Amazon device or (I believe) Alexa enabled app. Definitely works with the Echo by saying some variation of "Alexa order Christmas in the Country CD."
This should work for any add on item without needing to hit the $25 threshold.
$13.74 now. Not bad for a nice 2LP set pressed on 180gm vinyl..
It was me who bought it, so a big thanks for pointing it out as this is a tough disc to find!
Does anyone know how this compares to an RCA Dynaflex record from the late 70's?
I still have mine from then in great shape, should put it on and see how clean it sounds, but I don't remember it as having problems.
This new remaster is great!
Thanks! That was the only nudge I needed. Ordered!
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