Aida - Various - Consider This A Warning (Vinyl, Album)


  • Comment: A copy that has been played, but remains in working condition. The case and cover art will vary and may show signs of wear/use as expected buying used. Disc's can include limited scratches/marks, and the copy can include Ex-Library rentals or "From the library of" labels or previous owner inscriptions. % GUARANTEE!/5(17).
  • I have this Album on vinyl,but I could no longer enjoy listening to it, since it's becoming harder to needles and sylus' for turntables.I was very happy to find this version of Aida on C.D.! After so many years, I still love the Triumphal march and ballet on disc two, in the old days I used to crank up the volume on this part of the opera/5(36).
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  • Started in the s as the new Philips sub-label for classical music. The name Philips Classics has appeared on no new recordings since Between then and , Philips Classics was an in-name only imprint of Decca Records. Many classical titles were and continued to be reissued on the Eloquence and Eloquence (Australia) label. In Missing: Aida.
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