Electronic goldfrapp tales

Published on June 11th, 2013 | by Scott Wickberg


Goldfrapp – Tales of Us // Limited Signed Box Set

The return of whispy electronic Goldfrapp is upon us. This album sounds to be much more dreamy than in the past. I’m not sure how I feel about this album trailer videos. Kinda feel like a waste, but whatever.

Unfortunately I can really only advise this box set for hardcore Goldfrapp fans as I don’t believe the vinyl is limited or different than the standard. The limited nature of it is the box set itself and the first 500 signed. To me it feels like a huge ripoff, but I mean if you love Goldfrapp you’re probably going to want.

The Details

Tales of Us
Vinyl album pressed on 180gm vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with 24" poster
Limited edition 2CD & 1DVD deluxe box set.
CD album
Bonus CD with additional exclusive material
40 page large format hardback book compiled by Goldfrapp
DVD 5.1 album version, DTS & Dolby digital*
12" lithographic art print
Numbered certificate of authenticity
Presentation box will be be white foil blocked
1st 500 copies will be signed by Goldfrapp

Box set will ship mid November.

An MP3 and 24bit WAV digital copy of the album will be sent to you on September 9th.

*Dolby 5.1
DTS 5.1 @ 96kHz 24bit
Stereo 96kHz 24bit

Thanks to Marc McDonald for the tip!

Price $101

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About the Author

I live in Denver, Colorado and am the lead Informant of SlyVinyl. I collect vinyl because I love giving back to the artists and getting a physical piece of music history in return is a beautiful bonus. I mainly listen to wax while relaxing after working a long day at Wick Creative, where I spend much time currently. As a side note, It should be known that I will never understand why someone would pre-order mp3s from iTunes... just sayin.

  • juanbjork

    um yes I want it…and cd and iTunes too lol

  • 2vinyl

    Looks like Goldfrapp are going back to their roots with darker, more reflective music. Despite the unfortunate cost in the US and the uncertain number of total box sets being pressed, I’m still on board for this.

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