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|I'm very late replying to this, but I have to agree with quite a few ppoele here. It's a real tragic shame there will be no 7 or 12 release of this, nor has there been one since Kate's return in 2005. A lot of us grew up on vinyl, and whether it was Kate or another favourite artist at the time, a new single was always a huge deal. It never mattered either if the b-side was a recycled album track, it was something new to add to our collections.Most younger ppoele today don't understand the thrill of vinyl, or what it was like to collect it back in the day. Even record shops don't promote an artist's music like they once did. It was like Christmas when Kate or another artist had a new album out you would walk into a record shop and the walls would be splashed with promos posters, things dangling from the ceiling and special cardboard displays set up everywhere not to mention hearing the music being heard all through the store. You just don't see that anymore.The price of progress, and what a price it is. I find it very unappealing downloading a song from the internet. I'm very visual, and I prefer visual and tangible things. People often knock the '70s and the '80s for a multitude of different reasons, but if you weren't around, or old enough to remember, then you just don't understand.It really IS the end of an era.I will say I'm thankful that Kate is still releasing her albums on vinyl. I would sincerely miss that the most.|