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    Default Re: Are the estate holding off on releasing posthumous material due to the Robson allegations?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony R View Post
    Ha! Just cos you abandoned us for warmer climes
    Lol.you can take the loiner out of Leeds..but😉

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    Default Re: Are the estate holding off on releasing posthumous material due to the Robson allegations?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony R View Post
    That's absolute rubbish. In no way would that be the reason why. No-one knows about this shite except us. If Sainsbury's stocked his records from 1993 onwards they wouldn't stop one release whilst still selling his other albums.

    The reason is because they only have limited space for vinyl so rotate the offerings. For example since Bowie's passing more space is dedicated to him.

    Not everything is a conspiracy!

    Tony we're going to have to agree to disagree here.

    I didn't say there was a conspiracy.

    I believe what I said was true. Thriller was removed from the shelves and the other vinyl albums remained, and it happened at exactly the time there were days of negative reports about MJ that were covered in mainstream press in the UK. Thrilller had been in pride of place for months alongside other classic albums. It wasn't simply a case of Sainsbury's refreshing their stock as the very same vinyls that were sat next to Thriller are predominantly the same now even 8 months on. They were in a very visible position and so I expect that's why it was removed. On the other hand the few copies of Number Ones CD I spotted later were bundled together in the budget music section and so could well have missed if it was only the branch manager removing MJ stuff.

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