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USA was originally issued in 1975 and marked the final statement by the band's incendiary mid-1970s incarnation.  
The CD features a completely new stereo album mix of the full concert by Robert Fripp & David Singleton, while the DVD features High Resolution Stereo mixes (24bit/96khz) of all three editions of this album/concert. 

£17.00

The visionary solo work recorded during Alexander ‘Skip’ Spence’s last days as part of the seminal San Francisco band Moby Grape.  This is a really high quality re-issue on CD by Sundazed with lots of bonus material.

£15.00

XTC's twelfth album released in 1992, a worthy follow up to their acclaimed Oranges and Lemons.  This is the first in a series of expanded XTC album editions including 5.1 Surround mixes, new stereo mixes and High-Resolution stereo mixes of the original material along with extra audio and visual material.

£21.00

XTC's twelfth album released in 1992, a worthy follow up to their acclaimed Oranges and Lemons.  This is the first in a series of expanded XTC album editions including 5.1 Surround mixes, new stereo mixes and High-Resolution stereo mixes of the original material along with extra audio material.

£17.00

Close To the edge was Yes's fifth album, released in '72 as a follow up to Fragile. Quintesential Yes, three extended tracks of progtastic heaven, here given the superlative Panegyric remastering treatment by Steven Wilson.  This is the CD/Blu-ray version.

£21.00
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Close To the edge was Yes's fifth album, released in '72 as a follow up to Fragile. Quintesential Yes, three extended tracks of progtastic heaven, here given the superlative Panegyric remastering treatment by Steven Wilson.  This is the CD/DVDA version.

£17.00

The Yes Album was Yes's third album, released in '71 as a follow up to Time and a Word. Some would say the best Yes album, certainly it's up there, essentially a statement of what the band was about, here given the superlative Panegyric remastering treatment by Steven Wilson.  This is the CD/Blu-ray version.

£21.00

The Yes Album was Yes's third album, released in '71 as a follow up to Time and a Word. Some would say the best Yes album, certainly it's up there, essentially a statement of what the band was about, here given the superlative Panegyric remastering treatment by Steven Wilson.  This is the CD/DVDA version.

£17.00

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