The limited edition Beatles stabilizer set is more than a collector’s item, it’s a ticket to celebrate the magic of Beatlemania. These stabilizers are a feast for the eyes.
Ursina Beerli is co-founder of the Zürich-based company that specialises in creating unique, playable records made from recycled silver, gold and platinum. Beerli talks about the manufacturing process in Bavaria, the craftsmanship of the records and Precious Sound’s first official collaboration, with the band Third Eye Blind.
Each stabilizer comes with 3 inserts, featuring iconic Beatles designs, including the Sgt. Pepper's drum skin and Abbey Road crosswalk image. The swirling scenes and musical notes combine for a mesmerizing experience - truly taking Beatlemania to the next level
Third Eye Blind is marking the 25th anniversary of its hit 1998 single “Jumper” by releasing the track on the first-ever playable .999 silver-coated and .997 karat gold-coated discs. A collaboration with the Precious Sound company, the five-inch discs can be played on any traditional turntable.
“Jumper” will be available in .999 silver coating ($450), in .997 gold coating ($800), and twenty-five 24 karat solid gold pressings (price available by request). Pre-orders will be available at thirdeyeblind.com and precioussound.com.
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Strong Growth in Vinyl Record Sales Drives Market for Luxury Music Memorabilia, Says Precious Sound Precious Sound says that the rapidly growing sales for vinyl records are creating a market for luxury music memorabilia, such as records made from precious metals.
With streaming becoming the most common method of listening to music, a certain subset of fans are looking for a unique experience in owning and listening to an artist’s music. According to Beerli and co-founder Mark Sutton, this is one of the reasons why they established Precious Sound, which makes playable records from precious metals, such as gold, platinum, and silver.
Sutton says the idea for this was also inspired by the fact that the gold and platinum records awarded for reaching a certain number of album sales are not playable. These are usually vinyl records that are dipped in gold or platinum. When played, the sound is heavily distorted and often doesn't even contain the original music.
Mark Sutton, co-founder of Precious Sound, says that he was inspired to create these records when he learned that the gold and platinum records celebrating an artist's success couldn’t really be played. These are often vinyl records dipped in gold or platinum. When played, the sound from these award records is heavily distorted and they often don't even contain the original music.
Switzerland-based company Precious Sound has announced that it has completed the technology to create playable records using precious metals, namely gold, platinum, and silver. These records are the ultimate keepsakes, and represent the unique connection between a musical artist and their fans, as well as immortalize the artist's achievements.
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