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Douglas Adams

The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy: Secondary Phase (3LP Orange Vinyl)

The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy: Secondary Phase (3LP Orange Vinyl)

Douglas Adams

  1. Episode One – Fit The Seventh
  2. Episode Two - Fit The Eighth
  1. Episode Three - Fit The Ninth
  2. Episode Four – Fit The Tenth
  1. Episode Five – Fit The Eleventh
  2. Episode Six – Fit The Twelfth

About this release

“Those were the really great days of hitchhiking, of course: a man and his towel, pitted against the Universe!”  Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, you can now relive those glory days of space adventure with a handy triple vinyl LP set of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Secondary Phase.

Following on from the success of ‘Primary Phase’ on vinyl for the first time, here are Episodes 7 to 12 of the BBC radio series that became a global phenomenon. Follow Zaphod Beeblebrox as he journeys into a totally weird new dimension, and intrepid Earthman Arthur Dent as he tries to escape the Prehistoric era with his friend Ford Prefect. Plug into a séance between Zaphod and his great-grandfather, and join Arthur as he meets the Bird People of Brontitall (who worship a 15 mile-high statue of, well, Arthur).

Discover the terrible truth about shoe shops and, if you survive all that, join our heroes for an audience with the ruler of the Universe….

Starring Peter Jones as The Book, with Simon Jones as Arthur Dent, Geoffrey McGivern as Ford Prefect, Mark Wing-Davey as Zaphod Beeblebrox, and Stephen Moore as Marvin the Paranoid Android, with a guest cast including Bill Paterson, John Le Mesurier, Ken Campbell, Valentine Dyall, Rula Lenska, Bill Wallis, Alan Ford and Jonathan Pryce, and sound effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

The three 180g heavyweight coloured vinyl discs are presented in illustrated wallets inside a rigid, bound 20 page book, with exclusive sleeve notes written by Paddy Kingsland of the Radiophonic Workshop and Jem Roberts, Douglas Adams’s official biographer.

“Share and Enjoy!”