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XTC - The Big Express - Vinyl Record 200g Import

XTC - The Big Express - Vinyl Record 200g Import

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 XTC's "The Big Express" is a seminal album that showcases the band's unique blend of new wave, post-punk, and art rock. The album, originally released in 1984, features some of the band's most beloved tracks, including "Wake Up" and "All You Pretty Girls." The vinyl record format brings out the best in the album's rich and complex sound, with each track offering a sonic journey that is both intellectually and emotionally stimulating. XTC's music has influenced countless artists over the years, and "The Big Express" remains a timeless masterpiece that inspires new generations of musicians and music lovers. This vinyl record is an essential addition to any serious collector's collection.

  • The 1984 classic album, newly cut from masters by Jason Mitchell at LOUD mastering and approved by Andy Partridge.
  • Available on vinyl for the first time since the late 80s
  • Newly presented in a full gatefold sleeve

Side One:
Wake Up
All You Pretty Girls
Shake You Donkey Up
Seagulls Screaming Kiss
Her, Kiss Her
This World Over

Side Two:
The Everyday Story Of
I Bought Myself A
Reign Of Blows
You’re The Wish You
Are I Had
I Remember The Sun
Train Running Low On
Soul Coal

Shipping & Returns

We ship within two business days when possible. Remember, Media Mail is cheap but gets very little love from the postal service. Expect long waits and few tracking updates. We recommend USPS Priority or UPS Ground.

Thirty days if unopened, you pay the postage to us. If the item is defective or the delivery person folded it, please reach out ASAP for us to fix the issue. After 30 days, you own it!

Care Instructions

Keep away from the sun.

Never place it next to a Justin Bieber record.

Treat it like your grandma, you know if she was a record. Know what I mean? Tender care, don't talk back, and never interupt during Murder She Wrote. Wait - what the hell was I writing about-

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