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skellaway
(grinning soul)
07/09/02 04:49 PM
Sound and vision set CD?  

How much would the Sound and Vision CD set be worth in the UK? because I am considering buying it



woodjackson
(absolute beginner )
07/09/02 05:50 PM
Re: Sound and vision set CD? new [re: skellaway]  

Are you the person, "dkellaway", who has just bought the one on ebay from Mike Goodson? I saw it earlier, and thought what a bargain for someone! 28 is a pretty good price for this, the 1st edition set. I paid 30 for mine a couple of years ago, and have never regretted it! (I was lucky enough to pick up the clear vinyl version last year for just 12 too). I've seen the set go for anything up to 45/50, so I definitely think that you have got your money's worth.



skellaway
(grinning soul)
07/09/02 06:06 PM
Re: Sound and vision set CD? new [re: woodjackson]  

You are Correct, I also got the Clear vinyl set for 10 last year. Good observations!



kingsteved
(kook)
07/12/02 04:00 PM
Re: Sound and vision set CD? new [re: skellaway]  

I have seen the Box Set go for $50.00. I looked at it and noticed there were only 3 songs on it that I don't already own. They were the Single version of Rebel Rebel, After Today, and It's hard to be a saint in the city. I've heard Rebel Rebel-- the single (Not LP) version- and it's terrific. I've also heard it's Hard to Be a Saint in the City- and that's great also. I've never heard After Today though- Is it a ballad or a Disco type song? I read it's an outtake from the Young Americans Session.



Earthling7
(wild eyed peoploid)
07/14/02 04:47 AM
Re: Sound and vision set CD? new [re: kingsteved]  

It's a disco kind of a plastic soul thingy. Would have fit perfectly on Young Americans, and is better than many songs that did make it onto the album.

"What did David Bowie ever do for me anyway?" Karl Marx, Perestroika, Ransom House, 1827


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