Amazon Uk is currently selling both the CD/DVD + Vinyl boxsets of The Queen Is Dead for a bargain price. Add in the BIGTHANKS code to get £10 off and you can get two copies of the CD/DVD and a copy of the vinyl boxset for £52.97 with free next day delivery. I know this because that’s what I just did. [They’re coming to an auction site near you soon]
…should you happen to have a couple of long spoons with which to sup.
The Telegraph are offering a year’s membership of Amazon Prime, worth £79, if you take out a year’s sub for £100.
If only it was the Grauniad. But I’m putting this out there as a public service anyway.
Blue and Lonesome Deluxe cd with 72 page book and post cards available on Amazon as part of a 3 for £20 offer. Currently retailing at £34.00. Other options are limited but worth a look.
Cracking deal for some great cans. Fill yer boots!
On another post I was added a Buzzocks YouTube video, and it occurred to me that I haven’t given them any money for probably 25 years (though I can sing every word of their first dozen singles, and play mp3s of their CDs. Got me thinking – if I want to channel (a tiny amount) of money to my favourite struggling artists, what gives them the best return? Should I stream them on (Free) Spotify, Amazon Prime, Googleplay, or YouTube? And on YouTube does it have to be the official channel for them to get money? Any one know?
And here is one of my favourite struggling artists on what I think is his official channel. https://youtu.be/VnEryrw4-G8?list=PL4S3FyuYt-BHIXTfH1O4CJLgATwr4rQY9
Ok, its not a masterpiece and I swore I wouldn’t buy it, but Storytone CD is currently available for 1.75 of your English pounds …
How awesome. For some.