Let's see... for super-deluxe (3 disc or more) sets centered around a single album, I've got a-ha's "Hunting High And Low", Tears For Fears' "Songs From The Big Chair", the 30th anniversary 3-disc set of INXS' "Kick", and the Art of Noise box "And What Have You Done With My Body, God?" (which focuses on the "Who's Afraid?" era). One or two of the albums in the Pet Shop Boys' re-issue series went to 3 discs, but I can't remember which ones off the top of my head (I do know that unfortunately, they're not albums from earlier in their career).
These are all on CD, though. I do enjoy vinyl, but I don't have the kind of money to spend on deluxe vinyl re-issues.
On a side note, it's nice to see that I'm not the only person here who enjoys the Beloved.
Edit: (Oh! I just noticed that some of the box sets being discussed in this thread are not focused on just one album. So if we're including general band box sets, I've got lots more-- Johnny Cash, the Cure, Thompson Twins, Stevie Wonder, Alice In Chains, David Bowie, Yes, Led Zeppelin, Stevie Nicks, the Police, ABBA, New Order, the band that shall not be named in this thread, and one from that couple of months when I decided I was into HIM for reasons I still haven't quite figured out lol.)
Does it have to be music related? I was just going to say that I can't wait for this stupid election to be over with, but I fear greatly for the damage that will be done if the orange toddler gets angry he is voted out. He is hell bent on destroying this country and any progress made since the 50s.
Post by MissNovemberTuesday on Oct 20, 2020 13:36:06 GMT -5
On a music related note, I have also been enjoying some stuff by acts like Postmodern Jukebox, the Puppini Sisters, Nouvelle Vague, Max Raabe & Palast Orchester, and Orkestra Obsolete for some really cool versions of songs done in a vintage jazzy style.