The remaining stocks of Marc’s lush and comprehensive collection of photographs celebrating his 35 years as a performer are available now at a special mail order price exclusively from Cherry Red Records. In this deluxe picture rich career overview, Marc opens up his extensive personal archive of images and, alongside contributions from many major music photographers, the book presents over 140 of the most inventive and eye-catching pictures from each era of Marc’s long and acclaimed career. The selections are enhanced throughout with Marc’s personal thoughts, memories and insights and the book ends with a fully illustrated discography evidencing his wonderfully diverse career and absolutely unique creative sensibility.
We are able to offer this book at a specially reduced price of £19.50 plus P+P which is over 50% off the published price.
Also available with the Marc Almond 'Dead Eyed Child/Black Satin' Limited Edition Clear 7" Vinyl Single and Limited Edition black 12" Vinyl pressing of 'Against Nature' as an exclusive bundle deal here!
An exclusive bundle of rare limited edition Marc Almond merchandise, making the perfect gift for any Marc Almond fan! Includes black 12" vinyl pressing of 'Against Nature' (UNSIGNED).
At just £36, this is a fantastic deal with a saving of £40 off the original RRP value (worth £76!).
We have just 40 of these bundles up for grabs on a first come, first serve basis, so make sure you get your order in ASAP!
1 x ‘Marc Almond’ Limited Edition, 176 pages, cloth-bound, hardback photo book
1 x Limited Edition Black 'Against Nature' 12"Vinyl LP
1 x Marc Almond, 'Black Eyed Child / Black Satin', Limited Edition, Clear Vinyl, 7” Single
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