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Tune into Townsend Music’s massive CD and vinyl sale

Tune into Townsend Music’s massive CD and vinyl sale
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Summer might be slowly fading from memory, but Townsend Music have stepped up to the plate to offer us music fans a ray of September sunshine thanks to their brand new sale.

There are hundreds of bargains to grab right now, with wads of cash lopped off CDs, cheap vinyl records, box sets, picture discs, t-shirts, hoodies and more.

Top of the pile for us here at Louder is a £15 saving of Black Sabbath’s Ultimate Collection – released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band. If that wasn’t good enough, the package is pressed on striking gold vinyl.

The double sonic whammy of Motorhead’s Overkill and Bomber albums is hard to beat – and you can now grab both in the 1979, eight-disc box set. It comes complete with live cuts, b-sides, a 7-inch single and badges... and there's more than 40 notes off it right now.

If a bit of The Boss is more your thing, then Bruce Springsteen's 1987-1996 collection could be just what you’re looking for. There’s a whopping £100 to be saved on the seven-disc package which contains albums including Human Touch and The Ghost Of Tom Joad. And don't forget that Bruce recently revealed his new album with the E Street Band titled Letter To You (opens in new tab) which will launch on October 23.

There are plenty more treasures to be found over on Townsend Music (opens in new tab) and we’ve listed some of our favourites below. But be quick as some of these items are sure to sell out fast.

After more deals? Then keep your eye on our dedicated vinyl hub which is updated on a daily basis with all the best music deals around – and don’t forget about Amazon Prime Day which is fast approaching.

From vinyl, Apple Airpodsheadphoneshome brew kits and much more, there’s going to be bargains galore to get stuck into. Keep up to date with everything Amazon Prime Day shaped right here.

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Black Sabbath The Ultimate Collection: £60, now £45 (opens in new tab)
This four disc collection celebrates 50 years of Black Sabbath and sees the band hand-picking their favourite tracks. This LP version  has been pressed on gold vinyl.

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Black Sabbath: Black Sabbath: £20, now £15 (opens in new tab)
Looking for more Black Sabbath? The how about their classic self-titled debut album on vinyl? It's one of the greatest albums of all time thanks to two full fistfuls of classic tracks.

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Ozzy Osbourne: Ordinary Man: £20, now £15 (opens in new tab)
Ozzy is back and on top form with Ordinary Man. It was recorded over the space of just a few weeks and sees The Prince Of Darkness collaborate with Post Malone and Elton John.

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Motorhead 1979: £190, now £142.50 (opens in new tab)
This package not only gathers together Motorhead's classic Overkill and Bomber albums, it also features live cuts, b-sides, a 7-inch single, booklet, sheet music, a tour programme and five badges!

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Bruce Springsteen: 1987-1996 Vol 2: £220, now £120 (opens in new tab)
Save £100 on this seven disc collection from The Boss. The package contains some of Springsteen's best-loved albums including Human Touch, In Concert/MTV Plugged and The Ghost Of Tom Joad.

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The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus: £65, now £47 (opens in new tab)
Rock And Roll Circus was originally recorded in 1968 and surfaced in the mid-90s. It's notable for many reasons, including the fact it sees guest appearances from artists including Pete Townshend, Ian Anderson, Taj Mahal and Yoko Ono.

Scott looks after and updates Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 28 years in newspapers and magazines as an editor, production editor, sub-editor, designer, writer and reviewer. Scott joined our news desk in the summer of 2014, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more, before moving to the eCommerce team full-time in 2020. Scott has previous written for publications including IGN, Sunday Mirror, Daily Record and The Herald covering everything from daily news and weekly features, to video games, travel and whisky.