I’m not one for the old RSD malarkey because what you get is overpriced vinyl that doesn’t need to be pressed. Then there’s the bloodsuckers that buy a few copies and flip them for five times the price. I went to find The 1975 BBC orchestra album but failed as it sold out. I bought this instead. Blur are one of the best bands of the nineties and this 1994 japan only collection of B-sides from the first 3 albums, but not all, or the non album single Popscene. It’s a nice addition to my almost complete Blur vinyl collection. I balked at another Jap edition CD from 1998 Bustin + Dronin when it was pressed on vinyl last year because they omitted the Peel Sessions from the release unfortunately. Anyway, I have all these songs from the Collectors Edition on a bootleg CD I bought in 1996. The vinyl discs themselves are stunning translucent blue like a swimming pool. There’s two colour inners with the lyrics in both English and Japanese! Some original artwork is not present I must add. It’s a pity it wasn’t a gatefold. I paid €42 for this item, a hefty price tag indeed. The sound quality is good with silky treble and boomy bass, typical of nineties alternative/punk outfits like Blur in the early days. There is no mastering/cutting info in the package. A CD might appear like the Bustin + Dronin album. It’s best cranked up loud in the room or with good big headphones! All in all, there’s some nice material here from one of Britpops best bands, so yes, fans will want this pretty nice but expensive item!