The Weekend’s Top Three including an anniversary SLIPKNOT boxset, plus vinyl LPs from QUEEN and EDWARD’S HAND…

Slipknot - 10th Anniversary Box Set SLIPKNOT Slipknot – 10th Anniversary Box Set + T-Shirt

2009 US Deluxe Edition Set including the 2-disc [CD/DVD] album version, comprising the 25-track CD album featuring the original album with the returning 'Purity' and 8 Bonus Recordings including remixes, demo versions and more; plus a Bonus DVD containing 'Of The Sic: A Decade Come And Gone' – a short film by M. Shawn Crahan giving a peek into the surreal and complex time around the release of Slipknot's debut album [with director's commentary], never-before-seen live concert footage from the legendary 2000 European tour and 3 music videos. Presented in a deluxe digipak picture sleeve complete with a 20-page booklet and expanded artwork, all housed in a limited, exclusive logo branded black tin outer box with key-lock with large size band-name screen-print colour T-shirt and original 'O' ring title band – The CD/DVD is SEALED from new and the box and contents all remains MINT RR-7847-8.

 

QUEEN The Game Queen The Game

Rare 1994 US Mobile Fidelity limited edition 'Ultradisc II' 24-karat GOLD audiophile 10-track CD mastered directly from the original master tapes, includes Play The Game, Another One Bites The Dust,Crazy Little Thing Called Love and more. Unique black & gold bordered picture sleeve booklet with lyrics inside! UDCD610.

Edward's Hand EDWARDS HAND Edward's Hand

2006 UK limited edition 11-track vinyl LP – Rod Edwards and Roger Hand formed this breezy, psychpop outfit after recording as The Picadilly Line; sadly this album never made it to a UK release as their record label folded at precisely the wrong time! This is therefore a genuine lost UK '60's gem that received glowing reviews upon its release in the USA. Recorded in late '68, with Geoff Emerick and George Martin during a break in the sporadic White Album sessions, there are plenty of dreamy vocal harmonies and elaborate electric and acoustic arrangements very much of the era!.

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