Tuesday, August 05, 2014

WOW! Stevie Nicks Deluxe Photobook and Litho Album Bundle

This is amazing... Links are now live for you to pre-order 24 Karat Gold at the Nicksfix

Click the image below or go to Nicksfix.com  for further details.

Three bundles available:

  • 24 Karat Gold CD Album + Digital Album + Litho + Photobook $59.99
  • 24 Karat Gold Photobook CD Album + Digital Album Bundle $39.99 (no litho)
  • 24 Karat Gold Deluxe LP + Digital Album $26.98 (no litho)


Limited Edition 48-page + cover full-color perfect bound 8”x8” soft cover photobook featuring never-before-seen photos from Nicks’ personal collection available exclusively on StevieNicksOfficial.com
  • Includes 24 Karat Gold Deluxe CD album containing two bonus tracks
  • 18”x24” Limited Edition Heavy Stock Lithograph featuring a photo selected by Nicks from her personal
  • Polaroid collection. Hand numbered. Only 2K in print.
  • “The Dealer” digital single download delivered instantly
  • Digital MP3 album delivered on release date.

31 comments:

JesusRodz said...

You can see the prices if you search "24 Karat Gold" on the Warner site. Here's a link: http://store.warnermusic.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=24+Karat+Gold

Anonymous said...

Good song, listless vocal (with a couple of bright moments) and AWFUL production. Just what I feared.

Anonymous said...

I have placed my order for the Deluxe and Vinyl and can’t wait until it arrives…I can go to bed now seeing that I am in Australia and it is 1.30am!!!

Anonymous said...

To illustrate what an awful production this is, I'll point to the musical break and the bridge. WTF? Dave came up with NOTHING for either! There's no solo to speak of in the musical break, and in the bridge ("I'll be the dancer/You'll be the player") Stevie's voice just sits there on its own with no instrumentation to propel the song forward and no overdubs to underscore or support her. It's dreadful. If this is the single, I'm truly worried about the rest of it. Lindsey or Jimmy would never have done this.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Very cool bundles to choose from... Not sure which one I'll get.
The Dealer is okay. Probably won't listen to it that much. Totally stoked to hear Blue Water though!

Anonymous said...

Do we know if the Vinyl (Listed as 24 Karat Gold Deluxe LP) will be available on amazon eventually? Or is it just through Warners' site? Thanks for the lighting fast details this morning!

Anonymous said...

How sad, that people can do nothing but criticize. Stevie sounds great. Yes, her voice has changed and it's so annoying to go over that fact again and again with her fans. At least she can still sing. Be thankful that she doesn't try to reach the notes that she can no longer hit. She's smart enough to work with her voice as it is now, not then. Having listened to the original demo, her vocals sound very similar and I think the whole idea was NOT to change the demos. That is how the demo was recorded and Stevie stayed true to form. Grant you, not having heard the rest of the songs, I can't state whether they have been changed lyrically or musically but this is something Stevie's fans thought she would never do. Most artists today wouldn't do something like this for their fans - we are very lucky, whether it's the demos we would have chosen or not.

Tony said...

Wow! Great bundle choices--awesome of her to do for us die hards--lol.
The Dealer is okay. Like Everyday from TISL was okay. Single worthy? Not really.i fear it won't generate any excitement for the project. I could be wrong and hope I am. My friend listened to it and thought it was Bonnie Raitt ish, which I'm guessing is an ok thing. I'm stoked to hear Blue Water though...

WIZARD of ROZ said...

Are the bonus tracks included on the vinyl????

Anonymous said...

In the descriptions for the different bundles it lists the CD as 24 Karat Gold CD whereas the digital copy is listed as 24 Karat Gold Deluxe Digitial Album. I hope the bonus songs are on the CD too, but this descripton makes me wonder.

Here is how it is listed for the Photobook album which is what is confusing me:
Bundle includes:
24 Karat Gold CD
24 Karat Gold Deluxe Digital Album
The Dealer Digital Single
TBD Digital Single 1
TBD Digital Single 2
TBD Digital Single 3

Anybody know? Thanks.


Anonymous said...

Love the sound of this. Reminds me so much of early Warren Zevon albums.

Anonymous said...

On my good pair of home speaker, The Dealer sounds just great, far better than the preview clip. Vintage Nicks lyrics, ala 1983-85. I also like that the production is not over-layed and "today" sounding. It sounds comfortable and warm.

Nickslive said...

I don't know for sure... but my take on the 2 bonus tracks is that they will be digital only. The CD will be 14 tracks and the digital album you receive the day its released will be the 16 tracks.

Anonymous said...

The dealer is currently number 9 on itunes rock chart!!!

Anonymous said...

The photo in THE DEALER video looks very similar to the "bookend" photo used in the opening and closing of the GYPSY video - it may even be from the same session.

Anonymous said...

I disagree. It sounds to me that the CD will have the extra tracks. The only reason they are including the digital album with CD is to insure the album are in the hands of the buyer ON Oct 7th. The CD will ship on the 7th for delivery a couple days after release day.

This is what happened with IYD for direct Warner Bros purchases.

MplsMike said...

It has already been stated that the Photobook CD will include the two bonus tracks.

Anonymous said...

Good notices in the press on today's first single. Even Rolling Stone magazine liked it!

Anonymous said...

Please, help the ignorant- me- I can't pre-order. Cart is empty and won't allow me to add items to the cart. Why? Anybody else having trouble ordering? The last time i used the warner store was for the IYD dvd autographed bundle, or for Soundstage with the litho, and I hope i don't have to log in, I can't remember a password used only twice. Add to cart, check out, should be easy. I already feel stupid, so call me stupid, just what's the trick to adding the vinyl and deluxe cd? Ya think they'd make it easy to get my 100 bucks or so!

Anonymous said...

I was just about to preorder the 24 Karat Gold CD Album + Digital Album + Litho package and noticed that now it gives you a choice of a litho either the "Polaroid Numbered Lithograph" or "24 Karat Numbered Lithograph." Is anyone else seeing the same?

MplsMike said...

I've been very impressed with the reviews I've read today, especially the Rolling Stone review. I'm also impressed with how MANY reviews I've seen.

Tom Bosway said...

I am confused by the "Polaroid Numbered Lithograph" or "24 Karat Numbered Lithograph" drop-down menu too! Asked the WB Store about it - waiting for a response; you know that's the hardest part...
Tommy

Anonymous said...

I have to side with the critics here. What a graceless boring clunker of a song, what shabby thin production. For a woman who has such unique talents Stevie sure works hard to make sure they are as hidden as possible in much of her solo efforts. Apologies to those who unconditionally adore everything she does.

Anonymous said...

You have to side with the critics here? You mean that one person who decided they weren't going to like this album when those 10-second sound clips were released? There's a whole bunch of reviews on this site that seem pretty glowing to me. Personally, I love The Dealer. I think it has a nice stripped down, rootsy feeling to the music that makes me think of Bella Donna. I also think Stevie's vocals are really strong and that the song has some incredible lyrics. I will say that I liked the song on first listen but started to love it only after I listened to it quite a few times. Anyway, I know not everyone is going to like it or the other songs on the forthcoming album. I just hate when people have to go that extra step and be rude about it, which is pretty much par for the course on any comments section on the internet so such is life I guess!

Anonymous said...

I think I ordered the Photo book + CD version since the lithograph would only occupy my Stevie collection closet like the IYD litho does.

I say "think" because the site was very slow and kept locking up.

I say "think" because I see the charge on my credit card but I did not receive a link to download "The Dealer" nor an email confirming the order.

Is this what others experienced?

Anonymous said...

^^To my ears, the "stripped down, rootsy feeling" that you experience sounds rushed and lacking creativity. This track sounds unfinished and lacks the dynamics/drama of a full-throttle Stevie Nicks solo effort. It's almost as if they entered the studio with the sole intention of recreating the demo note-for-note with the exception of a spare guitar lick here and there. Was time of the essence? Yep, it sure does sound like it. Throughout "In Your Dreams," you could hear the love and the labor that went into crafting every sound, every note. Here it just sounds like they took one take and decided it was "good enough" and then shoved it in the can. I don't think this bodes well for the rest of the album.

Nickslive said...

You def should have received a confirmation email from the Warner Music Webstore which also contains the link to download "The Dealer". The contact email is store@wmgecom.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the comment and info. I appreciate it and will contact Warners.

Anonymous said...

To the above poster, it's fine that you don't like the production. Personally, I think it's the perfect sound for Stevie at this time. Like you, I also love the sound of In Your Dreams, although it seems quite a few people around here don't as many complained about that. It seems a lot of people in particular didn't like the glossiness of songs like Secret Love and Everybody Wants You though I especially liked the latter. Anyway, I can't wait to hear the rest of the new album!

Anonymous said...

The poster who says it sounds unfinished is bang on. It has a hollow, amateurish sound. Stevie's vocals are dry and effortful, and there is no wall of sound to buoy her along. Flat and deadly. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

what is the difference between the 24 karat lithograph and the polaroid lithograph?

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