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  1. My Bloody Valentine - mbv $19.92 {all time low price}
  2. [Amazon] Cage The Elephant - Tell Me I'm Pretty $7.20
  3. Queen - Innuendo (2LP remaster, 180 gram) $7.55 + shipping 2015 remastered reissue of the 1991 album. The last album released by Queen while Freddie Mercury was alive.
  4. Screaming Trees - Invisible Lantern $8.64 Discogs median price is $28.94. I can't tell from the Amazon description if this is the blood red colored vinyl pressing or the standard pressing. Either way, this is a fantastic price. Currently shows out of stock, however, Amazon is usually quite good with fulfillment.
  5. Jean-Michel Jarre & Edward Snowden - Exit (UK 2016 RSD 7" single) $6.98 The collaboration came about after Jarre gave an interview to the Guardian last year, and asked their music critic to put him in touch with Snowden. Jarre described his music, over which Snowden performs, as a “hectic, obsessive techno track, trying to illustrate the idea of this crazy quest for big data on one side and the manhunt for this one young guy by the CIA, NSA and FBI on the other”.
  6. Sean Lennon's The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger - Midnight Sun $10.99 This is a fantastic release from John Lennon's namesake that deserves some attention. Mojo Review with full album stream Pop Matters Review
  7. Nils Frahm - Late Night Tales: Nils Frahm $7.04 Nils Frahm is the latest participant in the Late Night Tales mix series. Frahm contributes "4:33", a cover of John Cage's "4'33"", and a "Solo Piano Edit" of his own track "Them". The mix also contains music by Four Tet, Boards of Canada, Bibio, Colin Stetson, Nina Simone, and two tracks by Miles Davis. It closes with "In the Morning", a new spoken-word piece by Cillian Murphy. More about this release 3 streaming tracks on SoundCloud Review featured in Paste Magazine
  8. Run The Jewels - Meow The Jewels (2LP, Tawny Brown, all time low price) $13.83 + shipping Price is through importcds: $13.83 + $3.99 shipping One-time pressing in a gatefold sleeve with a faux fur cover, housed in an outer die-cut slipcase. Packaging also includes a hand-drawn poster and a Meow the Jewels sticker sheet.
  9. The one I received also had a split seam. I made the mistake of sending it back. That was on February 9th. Still haven't received my replacement.
  10. Jock Scot - My Personal Culloden (Reissue, spoken word, poetry, punk) $4.61 Vinyl Reissue of the 1997 Postcard Release. Scottish Poet Jock Scot, the Leith-born poet laureate of the binge-drinker and the rock star who has worked with Ian Dury, The Clash, Vivian Stanshall, The Libertines and British Sea Power, presents this album of poetry with musical accompaniment and production by the Nectarine No.9. This release will appeal to fans of spoken word, poetry and English punk. Album review Another review Artist's BandCamp page
  11. I posted the deal and received 2 copies last week. Unfortunately, one of the copies was damaged in transit and I had to return it. Still waiting for my replacement to ship out. I'm surprised they are still taking orders at this price as this is one great deal and a great pressing as well.
  12. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River (Reissue 180gm vinyl) $14.18 Newly reissued vinyl edition of the third album by one of the world's all-time greatest rock bands, Creedence Clearwater Revival. Next lowest price $24.90 from 5.1 Marketing. Some discussion on this pressing at Steve Hoffman Music Forums
  13. Blood, Sweat & Tears - Blood Sweat Tears 4 (180 Gram Audiophile Blue Vinyl/Ltd. Anniversary Edition/Tri-fold Cover) $14.16 Friday Music's remastered version of Blood, Sweat & Tears 1971 masterwork Blood, Sweat & Tears 4. Featuring the unmistakable voice of David Clayton Thomas, BST 4 yielded the band a platinum + l.p. effort with several hit singles like Lisa Listen To Me and the rocking Go Down Gamblin. The was the last album from the original line-up of charter members including David Clayton Thomas, Steve Katz, Bobby Colomby, Lew Solof, etc. Even founder Al Kooper lends a hand on the project with his stunning arrangement and composition John The Baptist. Includes A+ remastering from the original Columbia vault tapes by Joe Reagoso (Boz Scaggs, Hall and Oates, Doobie Brothers) and original art elements.
  14. Surfer Rosa (Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab GAIN 2™ Ultra Analog LP) $17.98 Original Master Recording™ GAIN 2™ - Ultra Analog Under License from 4AD (1988) Half-Speed Production and Mastering by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab. Limited edition of 2000 specially plated and pressed on 180 gram vinyl. Remastered by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab from recently discovered, first-generation analog original master tapes. Great review at Enjoy The Music Lots of positive responses to this remaster at Steve Hoffman Music Forums
  15. Harold Budd - Abandoned Cities $9.65 Originally issued in 1984 on Harold's own label, Cantil. Perhaps the darkest entry in his voluminous back catalogue with a quasi-industrial element to the sonic palette. Two 20-minute tracks that evoke a post-apocalyptic soundworld with heavy synth drone and suspended single piano notes.