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Best Prime Day vinyl deals 2022

Best Prime Day vinyl deals 2022
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More killer Prime Day deals

So there you have it! Prime Day is over for another year. Whether you wanted to add to your ever-growing crates of wax, or you were looking to kickstart your collection of classic rock vinyl, this was the event to shop with big savings to be had on rock, metal, prog, punk, alternative and beyond.

But just because it's over doesn't mean that all those lovely deals are too. A handful have slipped through the net and are still available with money off. Take a look at the Prime Day vinyl deals that are still live below. 

Looking to add some legendary albums to your collection? Our price widget has also found the best prices online right now for stone cold classics including Dark Side Of The Moon, Back In Black and Appetite For Destruction. Even a few £/$ off any of these albums is worth considering. 

If you need something to play your new records on, don't forget to check out our Prime Day turntable deals page for the latest offers on budget turntables, Bluetooth turntables, portable record players and more.

Prime Day vinyl deals: UK deals

Pink Floyd vinyl!

Pink Floyd: The Wall remastered: Was £27.99, now £25 (opens in new tab)
The Wall is one of Pink Floyd’s best-loved albums and is right up there with The Dark Side Of The Moon if you ask us. This remastered edition has been pressed on double 180g vinyl and Amazon have a £6 Prime Day discount on it right now.

Guns N’ Roses: Greatest Hits: Was £32.50, now £31.28 (opens in new tab)
Guns N’ Roses popular Greatest Hits album was released on double coloured vinyl. Not only is it packed with classic tracks, but it’s a thing of beauty too. It’s on sale at Amazon and although the saving is slight, our advice is be quick, as this pressing regularly sells out. 

Pink Floyd: The Dark Side Of The Moon: £19.72, now £17.74 (opens in new tab)
One of the world’s most famous albums has had 10% knocked off the RRP – and if you don’t already have it, this is a great pick up. It’s a classic for a reason thanks to tracks like Time, Money and Us And Them.

Pink Floyd: Live At Knebworth 1990: Was £35.99, now £28.59 (opens in new tab)
Amazon have knocked an impressive 27% off the price of this double Pink Floyd live album which was released earlier this year. It’s pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl and comes with a 16-page booklet.

Rush: A Show Of Hands: Was £35.90, now £29.51 (opens in new tab)
Amazon have chopped 18% off the RRP of one of our favourite live albums: Rush’s A Show Of Hands. It was recorded during the band’s late 80s tour in support of their 12th studio album Hold Your Fire. It’s worth the price alone just to hear Alex Lifeson’s spine-tingling outro solo to Mission, presented here in all its glory.

Foo Fighters: Medicine At Midnight: Was £19.24, now £16.36 (opens in new tab)
There’s a 22% discount on the latest Foos album on Amazon just now. In our review, Classic Rock said: “As a modern rock melting pot, Medicine At Midnight certainly sounds like a spirit rediscovered.”

Prime Day vinyl deals: US deals

Def Leppard: The Hysteria Singles: Was $99.98, now $72.99 (opens in new tab)
This brilliant box set contains all the 7-inch singles from Def Leppard’s massive Hysteria album and was released to coincide with the record’s 30th anniversary. Also includes a booklet with an intro by frontman Joe Elliott.

George Harrison: All Things Must Pass: Was $199, now $170 (opens in new tab)
This new 8LP deluxe George Harrison box set brings together 70 tracks from the late Beatle’s career and includes dozens of demos and jams alongside a 60-page book and more. On sale with $28.99 off right now at Amazon.

AC/DC: Power Up: Was $34.98, now $19.80 (opens in new tab)
AC/DC's long-awaited 17th studio album Power Up was released in November last year and it gave everyone a much-needed boost after a pretty awful 2020. The boys at their very best – and there’s 33% off the 180g vinyl at Amazon. 

AC/DC: Back In Black: Was $25.98, now $18.97 (opens in new tab)
You all know DC's 1980 classic, but do you own it on vinyl? Hear Brian Johnson's belting debut with the band on legendary tracks, from the title tune to the anthemic You Shook Me All Night Long. This is an essential addition to any rock fan's collection.

Queen: Greatest Hits: Was $70.28, now $50.59 (opens in new tab)
All of Queen’s best-loved tracks collected in one compilation. At Louder, we had this on cassette back in the day and while we tend to favour full albums rather than best-of, this is well worth your money. There are 17 tracks spread across 2LP, including Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Stop Me Now and Killer Queen. Buy it from Walmart.

ELO: All Over The World: Was $39.99, now $29.95 (opens in new tab)
The very best of Electric Light Orchestra is celebrated on this vinyl reissue. Tracks including Mr. Blue Sky, Don’t Bring Me Down and Turn To Stone are here, along with 17 other classics. Amazon have knocked 25% off the price.

Green Day: 21st Century Breakdown: Was $40.73, now $30.17 (opens in new tab)
Walmart have put Green Day’s eighth studio album 21st Century Breakdown on sale, with this version pressed on to 180g vinyl. There’s more than 10 bucks off the usual price.

AFI: All Hallow’s EP: Was $29.18, now $22.98 (opens in new tab)
Here’s a very early Halloween treat - AFI’s 1999 All Hallow’s EP has a few dollars off at Walmart. And this is even better: This edition is presented on 10-inch orange vinyl. Get in quick!

Anthrax: For All Kings: $52.61, now $44.18 (opens in new tab)
Anthrax returned with For All Kings in 2016 - the follow-up to their 2011 LP Worship Music. The album was Anthrax’s first with guitarist Jon Donais and features Evil Twin and the blistering title track. It's on sale over at Walmart.

Prime Day vinyl deals: Quick links

Prime Day isn't all about Amazon. Here's a selection of the retailers that we reckon will be throwing down with some epic Prime Day vinyl deals:



Prime Day vinyl deals: When is Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day 2021 dates confirmed

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Amazon Prime Day has been officially confirmed as taking place on June 21 and 22 this year, with deals galore expected to flood in, not only across the two days, but throughout June. Other retailers aside from Amazon usually get in on the act too, so keep it right here for the very best bargains.

Prime Day starts a 00.01am BST on Monday and ends at 11.59pm BST on Tuesday 22nd June. If you're in the US, Prime Day kicks off at 00.01am PT on Monday and ends 11.59pm PT on Tuesday 22nd June.

Do you need an Amazon Prime subscription?

If you're keen on getting involved in all the Prime Day vinyl deals action, you will need a Prime subscription. If you’ve never been a Prime member before, Amazon offers free trials (right now you can sign up for a 30-day trial), so you could be tactical and sign up just before the event, then cancel your once you’ve bagged a bargain.

Prime members also get faster delivery, exclusive deals, access to Prime Video and more.

If you've already had a free trial, a monthly Amazon Prime subscription costs $12.99/£7.99 (which you can cancel at any time) and a yearly option is $119/£79.

Prime Day vinyl deals: Last year's highlights

Want to know what vinyl record deals might be up for grabs this year? Take a look at some of last year's highlights and start saving...

Prime Day vinyl deals: Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same Super Deluxe Boxset: £214.99, now £126.78
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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.

Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same reissue: £107.99, now £93.72
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This reissue of Led Zep's concert film soundtrack includes remastered audio on four 180-gram vinyl LPs, plus a 28-page booklet featuring band photos and stills and an essay by Cameron Crowe.

Prime Day vinyl deals: Prog

Marillion - Clutching At Straws deluxe: £92.20, now £49.87
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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.

Marillion - Brave deluxe vinyl edition: £71.99, now £54.99
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The deluxe package includes the original studio album, which has been newly remastered by Steven Wilson, and a complete recording of the band’s April 29, 1994, performance from La Cigale in Paris, which has been expanded with nine previously unreleased tracks.

Yes - Yes on vinyl: £28.99, now £19.38
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.

Tame Impala Innerspeaker: $61.74, now $31.47
Tame Impala’s 2010 debut album Innerspeaker is out on vinyl, with this version pressed on double vinyl. It was the record which introduced Kevin Parker and co. to the world and included Lucidity and Solitude Is Bliss.

Prime Day vinyl deals: Rock

Eagles - Legacy: £136.99, now £80.45
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.

New Order - Movement (Definitive Edition): £107.99, £92.56
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Definitive by name, definitive by nature: this box set includes the original Movement vinyl LP with its original sleeve (designed by Peter Saville), the original album CD in a replica mini-album sleeve, a bonus CD of previously unreleased tracks, a DVD featuring live shows and TV appearances, plus a hardback book.

Stevie Nicks - Stand Back: 1981-2017: £78.99, now £59.99
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This box set compiles music from all eight of Nicks' studio albums, including classic hits Stand Back and Talk To Me, to songs picked out from 2014's 24 Karat Gold: Songs From the Vault.

David Bowie - The Mercury Demos: £85.99, now £44.99
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.

David Bowie Who Can I Be Now?: £219.99, now £144.99
This 13-disc David Bowie collection captures his work between 1974 and 1976 and includes Diamond Dogs, David Live, Young Americans, Station To Station, The Gouster, Live Nassau Coliseum 76 and Re:Call 2.

Grateful Dead Portland Memorial Coliseum: £85.99, now £59.99
Grateful dead live shows are the stuff of legend, and for good reason, so it shouldn't surprise you to learn that this recording of a Portland performance in 1974 is captured over six – yes, six – slabs of wax. The show was mastered in HDCD from the original master tapes, which were transferred and restored, meaning this is about as authentic a live sound as you're going to get.

Buffalo Springfield: Buffalo Springfield Again: £29.99, now £13.99
The second album by Neil Young and Stephen Stills' Buffalo Springfield. Originally released in 1967, a pristine copy is hard to come by. At almost half-price, this 2019 repress from Rhino is the way to relive their astonishing versatility and songwriting. Neil Young's 'Broken Arrow' and 'Mr Soul' are counterpointed by Steven Stills' genius in offerings such as 'Bluebird', not to mention the Richie Furay efforts 'Sad Memory' and 'Good Time Boy'.

Ry Cooder - Chavez Ravine: was £50.99, now £25.00
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When this album was first released in 2005, it was the first solo album from super guitarist Ry Cooder since his 1987 album Get Rhythm. It's a concept album which tells the story of a Mexican-American community demolished in the 1950s in order to build public housing. Now, it's been remastered and reissued.

Elvis With The Royal Philharmonic: £58.90, now £29.99
The Wonder Of You: Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is a collection which reimagines Elvis' original performances backed up by a new orchestral accompaniment supplied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Includes a poster suitable for framing and a 12 page booklet, all housed in a 12”x12” lift-off box.

Metallica S&M2: $69.98, now $59.62
Metallica's mighty S&M2 album is up there with the best metal albums of the year – and right now you can save yourself a few dollars on the release which features the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. A must have for rock fans and metal heads.

Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: $61.31, now $41.99
The apotheosis of Elton’s career, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road combined lyrical earnestness with the kind of outré, glam-rock feistiness that would eventually overwhelm his music. This 2014 reissue is remastered and served up on two slabs of heavyweight vinyl.

Anthrax For All Kings: $53.78, now $43.37
Anthrax returned with For All Kings in 2016 - the follow-up to their 2011 LP Worship Music. The album was Anthrax’s first with guitarist Jon Donais and features Evil Twin and the blistering title track.

Pixies Indie Cindy: $55.25, now $33.69
Pixies returned after a 23-year hiatus with Indie Cindy in 2014. Bassist Kim Deal was no longer the band, but it was a welcome return for Pixies who have gone on to record a further two albums since this comeback record.

Muse - Drones: $72.40, now $43.88
The band’s first fully-fledged concept album, according to frontman Matt Bellamy, the narrative of the album was based around the idea that “the world is run by Drones utilising Drones to turn us all into Drones.” So now you know.

Prime Day vinyl deals: Punk

MC5 - Total Assault: 50th Anniversary Collection: £53.99, now £46.66
MC5 may have only released three albums, but those albums were incendiary enough to ensure the band made rock'n'roll history. Total Assault: 50th Anniversary Collection is a limited-edition box set that includes each of the albums pressed on coloured vinyl. Kick Out The Jams comes on red vinyl, Back In The USA is on white vinyl, while High Time is on blue.

Prime Day vinyl deals: CD boxsets

Woodstock - Back To The Garden - 50th Anniversary Experience (10CD) : $159.99, now $115.06
With 162 tracks recorded at the legendary festival across 10 CDs, this is the first Woodstock collection to feature live recordings of every performer at the festival, including Joan Baez, The Band, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Sly and the Family Stone, and The Who.

Eagles: Legacy: £118.39, now £80.45
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This 12 CD boxset includes all seven of the band’s studio albums, three live albums, and a compilation of singles and b-sides. It also includes two concert videos: Hell Freezes Over (DVD) and Farewell Tour: Live From Melbourne (Blu-ray) and a book. It's all the Eagles you could need. I mean, more than, to be honest.

Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - Souvenir: £91.22, £79.95
40 years is a long time in the biz, and Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark have chosen to celebrate it the only way they know how: with a bells and whistles compilation box set and brand new greatest hits collection. Includes five remastered CDs, 2 DVDs, a hardback book, poster and a series of 10” prints.

Stone Temple Pilots: Purple (Super Deluxe) : $64.98, $50
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Save $15 on this 3-CD/1-LP set that includes a newly remastered version of the original studio album on both CD and vinyl, plus unreleased versions of album tracks and rarities, along with an unreleased full concert recording from 1994.