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 Post subject: THE KEEP. How much?????
PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 2:30 pm 
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Just wondered how much you guys have paid or are willing to pay for a TDI copy of THE KEEP.
Just watched a copy go on EBAY for £122.
thats alot of money.

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zegaking wrote:
Just wondered how much you guys have paid or are willing to pay for a TDI copy of THE KEEP.
Just watched a copy go on EBAY for £122.
thats alot of money.

Liam


£20...that's what TD sold them for, so that's how much I paid for it at the Astoria in 2003

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Btw don't forget there's been different issues of this CD (1997 and 1999), so the earlier card-crucifix version is even more collectible

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I paid roughly £100 for a copy from the 1999 pressing.
Haven't got the first edition.


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£122 for the second edition !.
I got this on the 97 tour for £20, and although it makes an important addition to the TDCD collection, I can't say it's that good.
After reading all the hype about how god the music was on ths OST it seemed a must have, bit IMHO the bootlegs of this contain better material.
Heritage Survival is about all worth having on this release, but I wouldn't pay £122 for the priveledge.


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the bootleg is always on ebay about £24.
might have a look at thet.
anyone know where i can get soundmill navigator and ambient monkeys??????


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The lack of available titles must be realy frustrating for some fans out there.
Luckily for me I've kept with TD through think and thin since 1980, so there's not much outstanding for me to search for.

But with as many titles as TD have produced, to have all of them available would be commercial suicide. But it would be nice if TD in the furture could have a want's style section where people could ask for these out of print titles, and when they have a reasonable amount of request,do a ltd run of the originals.


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£122 for the second edition !.
I got this on the 97 tour for £20, and although it makes an important addition to the TDCD collection, I can't say it's that good.
After reading all the hype about how god the music was on ths OST it seemed a must have, bit IMHO the bootlegs of this contain better material.
Heritage Survival is about all worth having on this release, but I wouldn't pay £122 for the priveledge.

Got mine on the 1997 tour. Can't remember what I paid for it. Whilst it wasn't what I expected it is still a nice addition. Not sure I would pay £122 for it. TD still had copies for sale at the SBE show in 2005.

....actually I am sure that I wouldn't spend £122 for it.


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Its crazy money,but this music is just AWESOME :arrow:

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The lack of available titles must be realy frustrating for some fans out there.
Luckily for me I've kept with TD through think and thin since 1980, so there's not much outstanding for me to search for.

But with as many titles as TD have produced, to have all of them available would be commercial suicide. But it would be nice if TD in the furture could have a want's style section where people could ask for these out of print titles, and when they have a reasonable amount of request,do a ltd run of the originals.


It's a problem for me Tim, as I lost track of TD in 1983. That's a lot of catching up!

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I was bidding on the First edition back in 2002 which eventually went for over £400.00 :shock: needles to say it was not won by myself.


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24db wrote:
Btw don't forget there's been different issues of this CD (1997 and 1999), so the earlier card-crucifix version is even more collectible


i bought mine in 1997 at the Birmingham Symphony Hall

This one is in a black cardboard sleeve with the crucifix showing through an oval cut out all very low key is this the first edition ?

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alipaul wrote:
24db wrote:
Btw don't forget there's been different issues of this CD (1997 and 1999), so the earlier card-crucifix version is even more collectible


i bought mine in 1997 at the Birmingham Symphony Hall

This one is in a black cardboard sleeve with the crucifix showing through an oval cut out all very low key is this the first edition ?


Yeah, that's the first edition I think

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I'll probably never own this. Rare or not, it's not one of their best albums and I wouldn't pay more than £20 for it.

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as with anything, an item is only worth what a collector or fan is prepared to pay for it.


Im still holding out to acquire one of the 100-300 Vinyl copies that possibly, maybe exist, perhaps :arrow:

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