Rhino Records has a sterling reputation for putting out vinyl reissues of some of music’s most classic albums. Over the years, they’ve remastered and re-released records from the likes of Captain Beefheart right up to The Replacements. Now, to celebrate the imprint’s continued excellence in bringing new shine to old classics, we’re giving away a collection of vinyl reissues worth over $320, featuring a decade of albums from Fleetwood Mac, Captain Beefheart, and The Eagles.
Here’s what’s included in this incredible package:
- Fleetwood Mac’s 1969 Reprise debut, Then Play On. Features the original UK sequencing including “One Sunny Day”, “Without You”, and the classic “Oh Well – Pt. 1”. Value: $22.98 — purchase here.
- Fleetwood Mac: 1969-1972. Vinyl box set contains authentic reproductions of four albums: Then Play On (1969), Kiln House (1970), Future Games (1971) and Bare Trees (1972). Also includes a replica of the 7-inch single “Oh Well – Pt. 1” b/w “Oh Well – Pt. 2” originally released in 1969. Value: $54.94 — purchase here.
- Captain Beefheart’s Sun, Zoom, Spark: 1970 to 1972. Four-LP set contains Lick My Decals Off, Baby (1970); The Spotlight Kid (1972); and Clear Spot (1972); plus a 14-track collection of never-before-released alternative versions, outtakes, and trial runs from the Clear Spot and The Spotlight Kid sessions called Sun Zoom Spark. Value: $99.98 — purchase here.
- The Eagles’ The Studio Albums 1972-1979. Contains the six LPs the band originally released on Asylum Records: Eagles (1972), Desperado (1973), On The Border (1974), One Of These Nights (1975), Hotel California (1976), and The Long Run (1979). All feature meticulously replicated album packaging with two exclusive upgrades: Eagles is presented as the band originally intended, meaning there are no glue flaps and the cover folds out into a poster. Hotel California, meanwhile, includes a replica of the poster from the original release featuring band photos by Norman Seeff, presented in full color for the first time. Value: $149.98 — purchase here.
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