Includes a 28-page booklet, a replica of the concert program and two backstage passes.
Fabriqué en U.E.
Sticker: L'INTEGRALE COLLECTOR édition limitée ALBUM | CONCERT 15 VINYLES L'ALBUM LE LIVE LES REMIXES LES SINGLES LES REPRODUCTIONS: PROGRAMME OFFICIEL DU CONCERT 2 PASS CONCERT LE LIVRET 28 PAGES 19439887641
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The 33rpm vinyls are colored: semi transparent dark red and black mix. Nice to look at. First time for Nobody Knows on vinyl so the studio album master is new as the tracks have been distributed differently on the 2 disks compared to the standard vinyl pressing. The studio album pressing's quite disappointing. The discs are a bit wavy and not well centered. Clicks and pops on all 4 sides and hissing during the pauses between the tracks. Some tracks sound better than others but some of them sound really dull and crackly on the high notes.... The live album and remix vinyls are a little better but do come with clicks and occasional pops. The discs are wavy and the pressing's not fully centered. The 45rpm single vinyls are the best part. Well pressed and almost flawless. The passes are numbered. So far I can tell that there are at least 2200 units available of this boxset. The tour program comes with a bulky spiral binding and it slightly damaged one of the vinyl covers. All in all, a 2 out of 5 stars for this release. Personally, I expected a lot more quality in the technical execution, given the price of the boxset.