A&M/UMeA new box set featuring high-quality vinyl versions of all of The Carpenters‘ studio releases save for the legendary sibling pop duo’s two Christmas albums will hit stores on November 17.

The Vinyl Collection includes 12 discs pressed on 180-gram vinyl, spanning from the group’s 1969 debut, Ticket to Ride, through 1989’s Lovelines, a compilation of previously unreleased recordings issued six years after singer Karen Carpenters‘ death.

Rounding out the box set is the 1973 best-of album, The Singles 1969-1973, which is packed with hits like “We’ve Only Just Begun,” “(They Long to Be) Close to You,” “Superstar,” “Top of the World,” “Rainy Days and Mondays,” “Yesterday Once More,” “Sing” and “For All We Know.” The anthology is The Carpenters’ best-selling album, having sold more than 7 million copies in the U.S.

Each album was mastered for vinyl at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles by Ron McMaster, who also is known for his work with The Beach Boys and Don McLean. The discs feature restored original packaging and artwork. All of the 180-gram LPs in The Vinyl Collection also will be available for purchase individually.

Here’s the complete list of albums included in The Carpenters’ The Vinyl Collection:

Ticket to Ride (1969)
Close to You (1970)
Carpenters (1971)
A Song for You (1972)
Now & Then (1973)
The Singles 1969-1973 (1973)
Horizon (1975)
A Kind of Hush (1976)
Passage (1977)
Made in America (1981)
Voice of the Heart (1983)
Lovelines (1989)

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