Vinyl Me, Please Subscription Box Review – October 2016
Vinyl Me, Please is the modern equivalent of the old “Record of the Month” clubs. As a long-time audiophile and vinyl collector, I have really been enjoying this subscription!
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The Subscription Box: Vinyl Me, Please
The Cost: US – $27 per month / $75 per 3 months / $284 per year
International – $44 per month / $120 per 3 months / $450 per year
The Products: A specially selected limited edition vinyl LP, a cocktail recipe to be paired with the music, an original piece of art, access to “The Standard” (VMP’s online magazine), access to forums, special deals on other albums
Ships to: Worldwide, cost included in membership
Ships via: USPS
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Eeeeeeeeeep! This month’s album is “Odelay” by Beck! I am so excited! This was one of my favorite records in the 90’s, and it sounds just as amazing today as it did back then! Of course, I already have this on vinyl, but this is an exclusive pressing for Vinyl Me, Please. I couldn’t be more thrilled!
The album itself came with this insert of the liner notes.
Check out this beautiful blood red vinyl! I love that VMP always sends gorgeous colored vinyl!
This is the artwork for the month. I like it! It’s very mod, and quite different from the usual art VMP sends. The artist is Scott Hill.
On the inside of the packaging is a history of the artist and record by VMP co-founder, Tyler Barstow. It’s really informative, and I think it adds to the subscription for me, personally.
The cocktail this month is the Vesper, which is a really pretty drink. I am not a fan of gin, but my husband loves it, so he thought this was delicious!
This is a flyer for VMP’s member store that was included this month.
Verdict: This month was a super special hit for me with Vinyl Me, Please! I am so happy to have a special pressing of this seminal work from Beck. The artwork was great, too! I am a long standing fan of Vinyl Me, Please!
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