uDiscover Music has announced an exclusive, month-long Summer Sale, which begins today, 8 June and runs until 9 July.
The Summer Sale features essential album titles from right across the sonic spectrum. In the uDiscover Store, music fans will be able to pick up a wide range of bargains, including selected Vinyl For £6, Vinyl For £7 and Box Sets starting from £20.
Just a smattering of the titles include the following albums available on vinyl from either £6 or £7 – It’s Hard and Who Are You from The Who; Lost Highway by Bon Jovi; The Desired Effect by The Killers’ frontman Brandon Flowers and Island and Cahoots from Americana pioneers The Band. In addition, there are landmark catalogue titles from artists as diverse as Elvis Costello (Trust, Punch The Clock and Goodbye Cruel World); Thin Lizzy (Chinatown, Renegade, Thunder And Lightning), John Mellencamp (Scarecrow, The Lonesome Jubilee, American Fool) and 10cc (Deceptive Bends, Bloody Tourists, How Dare You!).
Also reduced in the Summer Sale are double vinyl editions reflecting the wealth and diversity of the Universal Music Group catalogue. Double-disc titles include James’ Wah-Wah, Sonic Youth’s A Thousand Leaves, Rihanna’s Good Girl Gone Bad, The Chemical Brothers’ We Are The Night, Bon Jovi’s Keep The Faith, Maverick Sabre’s Lonely Are The Brave, Elliott Smith’s New Moon, Joe Cocker’s Mad Dogs And English Men, Soft Cell’s The Art Of Falling Apart and the archival Nick Drake collection Family Tree.
Additionally, the uDiscover Music Summer Sale includes a plethora of critically-acclaimed vinyl box sets, ranging from classic rockers Status Quo’s Singles Box to blues-rock icons Cream’s Fresh Cream (Deluxe Edition), prog-rock trailblazers Alan Parsons Project’s Tales Of Mystery & Imagination (40th Anniversary Edition) and a selection of Various Artists boxes including titles from the famous Motown label and The Man Who Fell To Earth soundtrack.
There’s something for everyone in the uDiscover Summer Sale, but be sure to shop sooner rather than later as these bargains are only here while stocks last.