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Amazon is offering up to 25% off rock vinyl, including these 8 classics

Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same (Super Deluxe)
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Amazon Prime Day deals are still coming thick and fast, and as part of this year's event there's some tasty savings to be had on rock vinyl

If you've been thinking about starting up a vinyl collection for a while, it's time to strike while the iron's hot and the wax is cheap. We've got you started with a few of our favourite deals below, but there's any number of deals still to be had (opens in new tab). Go forth and digital crate dig.

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Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same Super Deluxe Boxset: £214.99, now £126.78
(opens in new tab)Wherever it sits in the canon and whatever its limitations, for millions of second-generation Zeppelin fans, too young to see the band live, the film and soundtrack was a crucial imprinting. This super deluxe edition comes packed with extras including remastered audio, theatrical version of the film plus bonus content, a 28-page book featuring band photos and stills and an essay by Cameron Crowe, a replica of the Japanese program from 1977 and so much more.

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Marillion - Clutching At Straws deluxe: was £92.20, now £52.05
(opens in new tab)Marillion's 1987 album got a lavish re-issue in 2018, including a stereo remix, a live set from the Edinburgh Playhouse in 1987, demos and a Blu-ray containing a 48/24 audio mix of Clutching At Straws and in stereo 5.1, The Last Straw documentary, bonus tracks and more.

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Yes - Yes on vinyl: £28.99, now £19.38 (opens in new tab)
The debut 1969 album from the band who went on to be one of prog rock's driving forces. This debut is an illuminating template on which the group would quickly build, featuring some exceptional vocal harmonies, plus a harder edge and excellent musicianship.

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AC/DC: Power Up (red vinyl): £28.59, now £21.99 (opens in new tab)
AC/DC's long-awaited 17th studio album will be released on November 13, while the album‘s first single, Shot In The Dark, was released last week. It features everything you'd expect from an AC/DC single, and we expect the album to do the same.

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Eagles - Legacy: £136.99, now £88.79 (opens in new tab)
This bumper, career-spanning collection brings together all seven of the band’s studio albums, and also include three live albums and a compilation of their singles and b-sides. Both the CD and LP editions will come with a 54-page hardbound featuring previously unreleased pictures, memorabilia and artwork from throughout Eagles’ rich career.

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David Bowie - The Mercury Demos: £85.99, now £46.80 (opens in new tab)
The Mercury Demos are as close to time travel as we can muster right now: 10 early recordings, captured live in one take to a Revox reel to reel tape machine in David Bowie's flat in spring 1969, accompanied by John 'Hutch' Hutchinson on guitar and vocals. Includes a version of Space Oddity which shows its "true context" for the first time.

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Def Leppard: Hits Vegas: £40.83, now £35.86 (opens in new tab)
Def Leppard’s smash hit 2019 residency at Zappos Theatre in Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas is documented in this new vinyl pressing. It’s out on October 16 but Amazon have cut the cost if you pre-order now. It's packed with 28 tracks, including acoustic rarities.

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Twisted Sister - Live At The Marquee 1983: £25.99, now £20.48 (opens in new tab)
Ever wondered what it was like to see Twisted Sister in their hair-raising early days? This live album is pretty much as close as you're going to get, capturing the band as they were on the cusp of breaking through. Reissued for Record Store Day 2018.

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