Monday’s Top Three including U2, Rolling Stones & Pink Floyd

9160U2 October 1991 Mega rare 1991 UK Island  promotional-only 4-track sampler CD for the then forthcoming  Achtung Baby album which was released in October 1991.  Featuring I Will Follow, God Part II, Pride & Where The Streets  Have No Name rather thanany tracks from the Achtung Baby  album itself! – unique custom picture sleeve in slimline jewel  case with bold black 'U2 October 1991' lettering U2-3

345793ROLLING STONES I-Con.tact Deluxe limited edition UK Genesis  Publications 208-page 18" x 12" spiral-bound hardback book, featuring  the entire black & white photographic archive of celebrated Stones  photographer Gered Mankowitz, taken between 1965 & 1968,  reproduced as 12" x 16" contact sheets. This unique art volume is  produced to the very highest standards,  printed on 200gsm matt art  paper with red acetate title page. This is one of 100 only editions  [number 36], individually numbered, signed & bound with full leather  boards and an exclusive signed/mounted print of Brian Jones, housed  in a solander box with magnifying glass

606195 PINK FLOYD Division Bell 2014 UK 20th Anniversary Edition deluxe  box set for the 1994 multi-million selling album that included the  Grammy Award winning track 'Marooned'.  It was the last studio  album to be released by the band: David Gilmour, Nick Mason and  Richard Wright. The box set comprises the 11-track double vinyl LP,  featuring the original album remastered for vinyl from the original  analogue masters, including full-length tracks for the first time, tracks  on the original LP were edited; plus a red 7" vinyl replica of single  Take It Back, clear 7" vinyl replica of High Hopes, 12" blue vinyl  replica of High Hopes with reverse laser etched design, the 2011  Discovery remaster of 'The Division Bell' and a Blu-ray disc including  'The Division Bell' album in HD Audio. Also includes seven collectible  film cards, five art prints and a 24-page lyric booklet. Still sealed in  original mailer box

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