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IMPORTANT UPDATES FOR OVERSEAS CUSTOMERS

EU customers: new VAT tax rules from July: ebay & Amazon calculate and collect EU VAT - the tax is included in the price you see. 

However, orders from our own 'Jungle Direct' store, tax will likely be charged on arrival in your EU country.  We're really, really sorry! 

 

USA customers:  Due to post price increases, it may be cheaper to order from our USA stockists: MVD SHOP (vinyl, new titles) and: COLLECTORS CHOICE (catalogue).

 

UK tracking codes are published at the store of purchase. 

We track only USA overseas post currently, and requested tracking for free for orders above £50. 

 

A choice of shopping outlets:

 

Our Ebay store is our most popular service. Most items list background info and tracks, it has a wide selection and - check our feedback - you have the ebay guarantee.  Bulk discounts on ebay!: order for £50+ for 10% off; £100+ for 15% off. 

Jungle ebay store

 

Our Jungle direct sales store, has new releases, exclusives, pre-orders and Record Store Day vinyl leftovers Ordering two or more items gets 10% off the total order - just enter 'MULTI' at check-out.  Titles get added here first, so keep checking in:

Jungle direct sale store

 

We also have a Jungle Records Storefront at Amazon, a slightly smaller selection but bargains to be found.  (We all work for Jeff Bezos.)

Amazon.co.uk Marketplace

We also have Amazon Storefronts with a limited selection in Germany, France, Spain & Italy.  Avoid making Jeff Bezos even richer if you can

Amazon.de    Amazon.fr    Amazon.es    Amazon.it

 

Discogs doesn't integrate to our shipping system so rarely anything gets posted there: Discogs.com 

 

We ship internationally from all sites.

BRAZIL & ISRAEL - these countries are implementing new customs controls before anyone else.  Parcels get returned unless they're 'signed for', which costs an extra £5 or so. Please message for advice - on ebay we can exclude countries but not insist on a signed-for service.

 

Elsewhere, most of our CDs are stocked at Amazon, all good retailers and in particular at the following indie stores:

UK: Resurrection Records (goth)

UK: Plastic Head

USA: Collectors Choice

USA: MVD  (recent vinyl & CDs direct from our US distributor)

Many of our worldwide distributors operate their own mail-order service - check our representative in your country in the 'Distributors' page. Sometimes they'll still have items that are out-of-stock with us!

 

Downloads and streams are readily available through Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Pandora, eMusic, Google Play, Youtube, Napster, Rhapsody and all other significant digital services.  Enjoy!

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Is there a risk of being infected by groceries and packages that we have delivered?
Marcus: It’s a low risk, but it’s possible that if someone is delivering a package to your house and they are sick, that may be a route for transmission. I would recommend that any time something new comes into your household, be conscious of washing your hands after handling it.
Iwasaki: The [virus’s] stability is pretty good on the cardboard. Once you get those packages, open them, quickly throw away the cardboard, wash your hands, and try to avoid touching your face. Take any measures that you can to minimize contact from the surface of the package to your face.

Is it possible the contents of a package could have been contaminated by whoever packed it?
Iwasaki: There’s definitely a possibility of contamination, but it’s much more likely that the outer cardboard itself will come into contact with a lot more people than what’s inside. And if it takes days to get to your home, whatever virus that was inside will be deactivated already.

How long can the virus survive on surfaces?
Marcus: The New England Journal of Medicine just published a study that tested how long the virus can remain stable on different kinds of surfaces within a controlled laboratory setting. They found that it was still detectable on copper for up to four hours, on cardboard for up to 24 hours, and on plastic and steel for up to 72 hours.
But it’s important to note that the amount of virus decreased rapidly over time on each of those surfaces. And so the risk of infection from touching them would probably decrease over time as well.

Experts:
• Dr Akiko Iwasaki, professor of immunology at Yale University
• Dr Julia Marcus, infectious disease epidemiologist and professor in the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Full article at The Guardian, here.