Rhino is celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Stooges iconic 2nd album with the first LP edition of the 1999 7-CD Rhino Handmade boxed set, containing every take from the Fun House sessions, in order, exactly as The Stooges recorded them – all the music, mayhem, false starts, inside jokes, and equipment hum. Fans will hear a newly remastered 2-LP version of Fun House, cut at half speed (45 rpm) for the highest quality audio, plus complete sessions and live recordings of the band from 1970 (“Live at Ungano’s”) across 13 LPs. A 28-page booklet with rare photos and expected liner notes from Henry Rollins, Shirley Manson, Flea, Josh Homme, Tom Morello, Duff McKagan, Thurston Moore, Mike Watt, Shepard Fairey, and many more is included along with two 7” replica singles, posters, prints, a slipmat and a 45 adapter in this exhaustive, definitive box.
15 X 180-gram Black Vinyl LPs
45 RPM Version Of The Album On 2-LP With 4th Side Etching
The Complete Fun House Sessions
Have Some Fun: Live At Ungano's
2 Replica Black 7” Vinyl Singles
“Down On The Street” (Mono Single Edit)/ “I Feel Alright” (Mono Single Edit) [French Picture Sleeve]
“Down On The Street” (Single Mix)/ “I Feel Alright” (Single Mix)
28-Page Book With Rare Photos And An Extensive Essay By Henry Rollins
Ephemera Including 2 24"x12" Posters, 2 12"x12" Prints, A Slipmat, And A 45-Adapter
Gold-foil Stamped Numbering
Strictly Limited, Numbered Edition Of 1970
No sure about the price tag tho.