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Great online selection, fair prices, fast shipping, and my order was packed securely/safely.
Items are shipped quickly and packaged nicely to avoid damage from those not so nice handlers.
Your order will always be packed in a top-of-line box specifically designed to ship vinyl records—made from high quality cardboard built to prevent seam splits & corner bends.
Everything inside your shipment will be bubble wrapped for added bump & drop protection, with as much extra filler material needed for a snug, safe ride to you.
As an additional free service, your records can be opened to have their discs shipped behind the jacket to prevent seam splits. Just tick the box below the add to bag button.
Limited seven-inch picture disc vinyl pressing featuring a previously unreleased live version of the Heroes album track 'Blackout' recorded on the 16th May, 1978 at the Deutschlandhalle, Berlin. Originally released in the UK on 6th January, 1978, 'Beauty And The Beast' was the second single to be taken from the album Heroes, which was recorded at the legendary Hansa Studios in Berlin. King Crimson's Robert Fripp plays on the track and has claimed that the lead guitar used on 'Beauty And The Beast' was his first take having arrived directly at Hansa Studios from New York. David Bowie inhabited a very special world of extraordinary sounds and endless vision. Unwilling to stay on the treadmill of rock legend and avoiding the descent into ever demeaning and decreasing circles of clich√©, Bowie wrote and performed what he wanted, when he wanted.