2011 US promotional-only MUTE/REPRISE 10-track CD compilation, limited to only 300 copies pressed, and featuring spotlight tracks from each of the three discs on the deluxe edition of the much-anticipated collection of stellar remixes. Featuring custom front and back inserts, and the exclusive catalogue number PRCD-400204, this newly coveted rarity is fast becoming THE must-have Depeche Mode item among collectors worldwide!
Mega Rare 1988 Japanese only 3" CD including How Can I Go On & Overture Piccante, housed in a unique snap-pack picture sleeve with lyrics on the reverse, produced in liaison with an advert for the Nissan Bluebird in Japan. This is an ex-rental copy and has rental stickers on the front, otherwise innear mint condition.
2009 UK limited edition 13-CD album set. The 1960's represented a time of great advances in music recording & reproduction. During the period that The Beatles were recording [1962-1969] the primary format was Mono- the installed base of mono players was massive with stereo the preserve of hi-fi fanatics & some easy listening and classical purists. In fact, Mono was so important that the Beatles themselves [once they had started to take an interestin the physical production of their music] attended only the Mono mastering sessions. The stereo mastering was often done separately & sometimes quite a bit later without their involvement. So for many, the Mono masters are considered to be the pinnacle of audio reproduction of The Beatles – this is how they were meant to sound at the time given the importance of the single channel medium. From 'Please Please Me' to 'The White Album', all the original mixes are represented here in full, glorious mono! – Read more here!