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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered 40th Anniversary edition of David Bowie's first ever best-of compilation. Changesonebowie collected songs from the 1969-1976 period.

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I'll take an mp3 if you have it. I heard the sound quality on mp3s are phenomenal!
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Some of the vinyl is clear..so you might get black or clear vinyl..kinda cool..
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Out of stock but still let me order
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Sheesh. I'm listening to A Love Supreme on vinyl right now (and loving it) and still found clubdoc's comment funny. When music makes you mad at people on the Internet it's time to take a step back. Live and let listen!

Thanks for posting the deal. Smilie
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Love Bowie, love this record. Have two copies already (one early pressing and this reissue), paid full price for buying it on release day.

This is a great deal on a great record.
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I'll take an mp3 if you have it. I heard the sound quality on mp3s are phenomenal!
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Just like visuals, music too is all about imagination. If you are a serious listener and have the right gear you would understand the difference. Of course it is not for normal people who would enjoy music as just another sound but not passionate about it.

OPs intention was not to listen to our personal views on Vinyl. There are still people trying to collect music on vinyl from 1960s on original recordings.

To appreciate vinyl you need to have passion, so comes patience.
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It is quite funny that people who have no interest in vinyl comment on what a terrible format it is. Yet on the other hand, vinyl sales are rocketing. So much so that there is now so little capacity in the industry that smaller labels are having a difficult time scheduling pressings. And pressing facilities are even opening up in the US.

If you are not heavy handed, vinyl will last indefinitely with no issues. If you have a good turntable (and stylus), amp and speakers the sound quality is so much better than CD (which in turn is miles better than MP3). The whole listening experience where you slow down, put on a record, and take the time to actually listen is something you actually look forward to!

Anyway, thanks OP - I bought this; good record, great price.
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Some of the vinyl is clear..so you might get black or clear vinyl..kinda cool..
If you can find the record in store, turn on the flashlight on your cell phone and hold it directly onto the record sleeve. If you see light on the other side, it's one of the clear pressings. It's faint, but works.
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would make an awesome framed album cover
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If you have a good turntable (and stylus), amp and speakers the sound quality is so much better than CD (which in turn is miles better than MP3).
Unless you have a particularly bad master-to-CD transfer, which was common in the early days of the CD and the later days with "the loudness wars", the difference between it and vinyl (positive or negative) is usually not all that obvious and very, very infrequently is it "so much better". But to each their own, I guess. Though it's indisputable that CD's are better than MP3, or any similar format for that matter.

As for your comment about LP's lasting indefinitely, I am not quite sure why people seem think they're hard to keep or that they deteriorate over time, unlike cassettes for instance which that earlier poster mentioned... those ABSOLUTELY deteriorate over time. Meanwhile, I just pulled out an original stereo pressing of "Revolver", one belonging to my Mom when she was a teen and one I myself played with as a kid... and it sounds good as new, barely even has a click or pop. Not bad for something forgotten and abandoned in a crate in a storage unit for 20 years and barely cared for in the 30 years prior to that.
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