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  1. Vinyl (20 Oct. 2017) Deluxe Edition edition Number of Discs: 5 Format: Box set Label: UNASSIGNED ASIN: B073Z9DRFQ
  2. I have a spare, sealed copy of London Grammar's, truth is a wonderful thing. I only want to post this to the UK £150 +p&p, collection from Liverpool welcome. I haven't sold on here before, my ebay profile is here http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/cirve My business website is here www.robsandersonphotography.co.uk And I'm an active member and have a good rep on https://hifiwigwam.com/forum/profile/59627-rsand/
  3. I have a spare, sealed copy of London Grammar's, truth is a wonderful thing. I only want to post this to the UK £150 +p&p, collection from Liverpool welcome. I haven't sold on here before, my ebay profile is here http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/cirve My business website is here www.robsandersonphotography.co.uk And I'm an active member and have a good rep on https://hifiwigwam.com/forum/profile/59627-rsand/
  4. Arcade Fire- Everything Now

    On re-reading, it doesn't say it includes a digital download at least it's on spotify
  5. Does the deluxe on black vinyl have the same sticker on the front? Is it possible to tell them apart without opening them?
  6. Have anyone with the marbled copies experiencing the same sound quality issues as I'm having ie noisy especially side D track 4 that has background noise all the way through. How about those with deluxe black vinyl, how does it sound?
  7. Arcade Fire- Everything Now

    Have you come from the future?
  8. I wouldn't buy a new turntable, you can get so much for your money used it would be very unlikely the new turntable would better the used one. For example, I have a £5,500 turntable which I paid £1,500 for, nothing at £1,500 new will equal my turntable. Also, if you decide it's not right for you soundwise you can sell it on with little to no financial loss. There are bargains out there too, I picked up an old AR 101 turntable for £100 and it sounds just great, much better than it has any right to be and much better than the Rega P25 I'd previously owned which I bought for £400 and sold for £400 after a year of use. Join a hi-fi forum and search the used section you'll be surprised at what turns up and the prices. In reality, so long as a turntable spins at the correct speed and is reasonably damped it will have less of an impact on the sound than the cartridge and phono stage. Even the surface it's placed on can have a dramatic effect, especially if it's an unsuspended deck.
  9. Marbled vinyl is a beautiful thing - to look at. Soundwise, it's a great production the rumble on track one made me look outside expecting to see a truck rolling past (seriously). Unfortunately, it's a bit noisy (crackle and pops) which is obviously more noticeable in the quiet parts, I wonder if a black vinyl copy is any quieter like 'if you wait' was? Side 4, track sounds terrible, so noisy
  10. Mines just arrived I've turned my amp on and making a cup of tea while I wait for the tubes to warm up
  11. No standalone coloured vinyl is disappointing, I've pre-ordered the standard black copy from Amazon for £22 vs £27 on the official website
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