Status Quo / The Vinyl Singles Collection 1980-1984

Universal aren’t hanging around with the scheduling of their Status Quo seven-inch box sets. The 1970s box has only just been issued and the second in the series of The Vinyl Singles Collection, which covers the first part of the eighties (1980-1984) has been announced for release in June.

The Vinyl Singles Collection 1980-1984 delivers all the 45s from that era – twelve seven-inch singles – and as before, these heavyweight records are presented in their original sleeves (picture and house bags). The lift-off lid box contains a booklet and this comes with a download code.

This is released on 2 June 2017. Three more sets will follow.

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[…] twelve-record collection continues with the eighties single releases, following on from May’s 1980-1981 collection. It features five top ten hits including Rollin’ Home, The Wonderer and In The Army Now. This […]

Julian H

Again, strange decisions such as stopping before the final single of the Alan Lancaster lineup (The Wanderer)…

elliott buckingham

a pet shop boys full 12″ collection covering the 1st 3 albums would do me no end of decent mixes were left off the further listening sets. the kervokian 12″ of rent is superb and the full disco mix of devices is far better than the introspective version


What about a special edition of “Discography” with the 12″ versions instead of the 7″edits?
But the complete discussion is getting a boit off topic, isn’t it? ;)


I’d adore a PSB singles box – but I’d pay extra if they left off those Liberation mixes…


Yes, actually I was thinking about a CD-singles box set… That’s one of my dreams…


A PSB CD-singles box set? Intriguing thought. They would have to include ALL the versions of course…. Hell of a job and no doubt an expensive set….. but definiely worth it!


Neil, Chris… NEXT!


Hmmm PSB would be nice indeed, but I think they’d have a revolt on their hands if they limited it to paltry 7″ singles!