Excellent. Just looked with Jester in my cart (should be the same price) and its going to be ~$35 shipped. Just looked on discogs and its crazy how expensive this one got. Thanks for the tip!I may be mistaken but I think Marillion's shop is getting the bulk of these to sell. The band's management indicated they should be back in stock next week.
If you can, shop from the band's site. They do not own the rights to album and literally make more money being the re-seller in this case as opposed to the artist.
Well done! And yes they are. I got into this way late and now i'm Tull-less (Thinking about Heavy Horses and Stormwatch). I'm dreaming and hoping that when everything is said and done, there will be a BD-A box set with all of those 5.1 mixes.Looks like I sold mine just in time (got $140 last month on Ebay, and mine was the lowest price out there!)
I'm surprised they havn't reprinted the Jethro Tull sets as well... they're also selling for insane prices. (Insanely great if you're a seller!)
Man, you are getting really lucky for someone fairly new to the surround hobby. I think I wound up paying like $75 for a banged-up used copy of this last year. It's a fantastic album with an excellent surround mix. Anticipating your review!My order was able to go through now. ~$38 Shipped to the US. Go get it while its hot.
Ha. I guess I am getting a little lucky with some of my purchases. I've still spent a decent amount in 3 months trying to play catch up and my wife is definitely noticing and taking note! Though, after seeing what this was going for, it immediately went off my radar and way down my want list. Anything over $50 for one album, no matter what else is in the box set, makes me severally question whether it is worth it. This one definitely wasn't but for around $40 and knowing how expensive it was (and probably will be again), it flew up my list and made it a must buy.Man, you are getting really lucky for someone fairly new to the surround hobby. I think I wound up paying like $75 for a banged-up used copy of this last year. It's a fantastic album with an excellent surround mix. Anticipating your review!
Brave is definitely worth seeking out for the amazing 5.1 mix, even if you're not 100% sold on the music. I started off only liking a few songs and eventually the whole thing grew on me. The Clutching and Sunlight 5.1's aren't quite as spectacular, but they have their moments. The only one that's really disappointing from a surround mix standpoint is Jester, but I'd still recommend it if you like the album - the fidelity of the remix is so much better that the original.Next question is: how many more of these Marillion sets do I need.
Reviews for SFAJT are mixed at best and the rest probably hard to find