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The Force Awakens vinyl has a spinning hologram on it and it's genuinely brilliant

Fan of Star Wars: The Force Awakens? The next few paragraphs could get very expensive for you.

 

If you are a fan, but you don't own a vinyl player - get one. Flog your DVD collection. Pimp out your PlayStation. Sell the dog. Do whatever you can to get your hands on a record deck, and then sell your remaining possessions to pick up the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Two LP Hologram Vinyl.

This incredible pressing has been hand etched by Tristan Duke of Infinity Light Science - a chap we're fairly certain must have some sort of Force abilities. As disc one gets spinning, under the right lighting a Millennium Falcon appears to hover over the vinyl. Disc two? It's a TIE Fighter. 

Sure, they're only 2D holograms, but just look at them! It's the sort of thing we'd actually expect to find in a galaxy far, far away. 

You can pick one up on pre-order here for around £34. Just do it already. 

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