Cast / The Vinyl Collection 1995-2001

Coloured vinyl box set • SIGNED print • Also: Clear vinyl greatest hits

British Britpop era band Cast‘s four Polydor studio albums are collected in The Vinyl Collection 1995-2001, a new 4LP set that features coloured vinyl pressings of all four record and comes with a SIGNED print.

The albums are All Change (1995), Mother Nature’s Call (1997), Magic Hour (1999) and Beetroot (2001). The band chalked up an impressive 10 consecutive UK top 20 singles in this period – including ‘Finetime’, ‘Sandstorm’ and ‘Free Me’.

If this is more Cast than you need, then you can opt for another new release, a CLEAR vinyl greatest hits package than actually spans six albums and the years 1995-2017. The latter is available to order from the SDE shop (or just use the button below for simplicity).

Both the coloured vinyl box set and the clear vinyl greatest hits are being issued by Demon Records on 9 November 2018.


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The Cast

The Vinyl Collection 1995-2001 [VINYL]

Shop Price gbp Stock
Amazon usa   305
Amazon jp   9993.00
JPC de   89.99

All Change (1995)

Side A:

1. Alright
2. Promised Land
3. Sandstorm
4. Mankind
5. Tell It Like It Is
6. Four Walls

Side B:

1. Finetime
2. Back Of My Mind
3. Walkaway
4. Reflections
5. History
6. Two Of A Kind

Mother Nature Calls (1997)

1. Free Me
2. On The Run
3. Live The Dream
4. Soul Tied
5. She Sun Shines
6. I’m So Lonely

Side B:

1. The Mad Hatter
2. Mirror Me
3. Guiding Star
4. Never GonnaTell You What To Do (Revolution)
5. Dance Of The Stars

Magic Hour (1999)

Side A:

1.Beat Mama
2.Compared To You
3.She Falls
5.Magic Hour
6.Company Man

Side B:

2.Chasing The Day
3.The Feeling Remains
4.Burn The Light

Beetroot (2001)

Side A:

1. Desert Drought
2. Heal Me
3. Curtains
4. Kingdoms And Crowns
5. Giving It All Away
6. Lose Myself

Side B:

1. I Can Never Say
2. High Wire
3. Meditations
4. Jetstream
5. U-Turn
6. Universal Grinding Wheel

Greatest Hits 1995 – 2017 (clear vinyl LP)


1. Fine Time
2. Alright
3. Sandstorm
4. Walkaway
5. Flying
6. Free Me
7. Guiding Star
8. Live The Dream


1. I’m So Lonely
2. Beat Mama
3. Magic Hour
4. Desert Drought
5. See That Girl
6. Time Bomb
7. Do That

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Hi Paul. Have you had a chance to listen to the vinyl collection? I’m waiting for mine to arrive in the US. I love your site. Heads up on great deals. I feel like I got this for practically nothing, 29.99. Thank you

Rich G

Hi Paul. Massive price drop on Cast coloured vinyl signed print box to £35.99 and the Clear Vinyl Great Hits to £13.19 on UK amazon. Rich G

Chris Squires

Thanks Rich, that was the push needed… Big Box ordered…..


What records ..£12.99…plus shipping

Mark Levy

How about a cd version


who are Cast? only the band The La’s could have been!

seriously though hav the first 2 albums and tired of them by the 3rd but it looks a decnet package


One of my favorite Britpop bands. But you can’t go wrong with the 2xcd + dvd sets from a few years ago. Plus the 2 newer albums are excellent too. And the John Power solo albums set is astoundingly good!!


All Change was originally a double vinyl set, now it’s all crammed onto one LP. I already have the original DLP and the 2014 2CD + DVD pack so I don’t need it again.
Lost interest in Cast after this first outing; there are only so many times one can listen to John Power’s rather limited rhyming dictionary, it’s all sky, high and fly, although he does have a knack at knocking out some fine melodies.

Simon Evans

True but it only clocks in at around 45 mins so it’s hardly cramming it onto a single disc!

I have both the second and third albums which, while good, don’t hold my interest as much as the first.

Power’s Willow She Weeps is a cracker though.

Chris Squires

As it’s a numbered boxset (nice) do they have a print run figure published anywhere?

I find that can focus the mind and bring things to the front of the queue or push them back. It shouldn’t, but a budget has to be set, sadly.