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A place holder for those to record edition numbers.
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#067 in Argentina (with a defective book already replaced with a good one...)

I`ll ask Luciano (my friend) what`s the number of his box too.
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#240

A handful left I hear ....

Pet Shop Boys
The Most Incredible Thing
The Vinyl Factory
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£ 350
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The Vinyl Factory is proud to announce their collectible art and vinyl limited edition of the Pet Shop Boys' new ballet score, The Most Incredible Thing. Based on a Hans Christian Anderson short story, this is the iconic pop duo’s first ever full-length dance score and their debut collaboration with Sadler’s Wells and choreographer Javier de Frutos.

The Most Incredible Thing release by The Vinyl Factory is an exclusive, limited art edition, with only 500 copies available worldwide, each hand numbered and signed by the Pet Shop Boys. Designed by Farrow, who also collaborated with the artists on the much sought after collector’s edition of their last album, Yes, this stunning release features music and artwork exclusive to The Vinyl Factory edition.

Comprising a silk cloth bound hard board slipcase containing a hardback book with seven record sleeves. Six of these house heavyweight 180-gram vinyl records pressed on the EMI 1400. The records feature the Pet Shop Boys’ music for the ballet, as well as exclusive original demo versions of each of the compositions, only available in this release.

The seventh sleeve contains an oversized foldout sheet music print, signed by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe. The ballet’s synopsis is printed onto the record sleeves so that each has an accompanying narrative that reads like a storybook.

Set to become a prized collectors item, this beautiful deluxe edition is the perfect companion piece to what is one of the Pet Shop Boys' most unusual and intriguing projects to date.

Available to order now, exclusively from The Vinyl Factory

The Vinyl Factory’s previous limited edition for Yes – Pet Shop Boys, which sold out in two days at the price of £300, has since re-sold for over £3,000.

Price includes VAT, insurance and packing. This edition is shipped with insurance up to the value of £500. 

Please be aware that due to the value and weight of this item we will only be shipping via Parcelforce Priority. This method is fully insured, reliable in our experience, and trackable.
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Wow thanks for posting! Am new here but I was sure I signed up for some sort of newsletter just to avoid being left empty-handed with these releases.
Is there a way to get newsletter about these vinyl factory editions as soon as they become public news?

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PoloPony wrote:Wow thanks for posting! Am new here but I was sure I signed up for some sort of newsletter just to avoid being left empty-handed with these releases.
Is there a way to get newsletter about these vinyl factory editions as soon as they become public news?
If you follow the VF Factory on Twitter, you'll be ahead of the game ;)
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Thanks, I hate twitter, don't even know how it works. Is that the only way? :)
PS: is it true that the shipping price is included in the listed price?

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If I remember rightly when I bought mine, shipping within the UK was an extra £14.95
Not sure of shipping within or outside of Europe.
Their customer service is excellent though so I'm sure if you emailed them they would respond within 24 hours.
Hope this helps.
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Polopony

I live in Sweden and the shipping cost was alot.
Around £65

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#15 Post by PoloPony »

Ok thanks for the replies. I don't understand why their clearly write in the listing that shipping and insurance is included in the price if they charge extra for it. Seems very underhanded to me.

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