Box-set

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A box-set is a package of compact discs, DVDs, or similar items that come in a special box.

Music[change | edit source]

Music box-sets can be remix albums, compilation albums or greatest hits albums that represents an artist's best works during their career. Box-sets are usually priced more than what regular CDs cost.

Movies and television[change | edit source]

Box-sets for movies and television can contain extra scenes, behind-the-scenes, and interviews with the cast. A box-set for a television series can contain all the episodes for one season. A movie box-set can contain all the movies in a series.