Shopping for the turntable-owning Cream fan on your holiday gift list just got a whole lot easier (and a lot more expensive).

The pioneering band's classic catalog will get its vinyl due on Nov. 24 with the descriptively titled 'Cream 1966-1972,' a six-LP box that collects its live and studio output on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl and comes in a rigid slipcase. The press release announcing the compilation doesn't mention anything about remastering, but it does point out that each album will boast "exact reproductions" of the original artwork.

Now available for pre-order, 'Cream 1966-1972' traces the rise and fall of the jam-friendly power trio, which brought Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce together for a tumultuous (yet prolific) brief run before splintering due to tension between band members. They've reunited periodically over the years, most recently for a series of shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London in 2005, but this box rightly focuses on their original work. Check out the complete track listing below.

'Cream 1966-1972' Track Listing

'Fresh Cream'
'N.S.U.'
'Sleepy Time Time'
'Dreaming'
'Sweet Wine'
'Spoonful'
'Cat's Squirrel'
'Four Until Late'
'Rollin' and Tumblin''
'I'm So Glad'
'Toad'

'Disraeli Gears'
'Strange Brew'
'Sunshine of Your Love'
'World of Pain'
'Dance the Night Away'
'Blue Condition'
'Tales of Brave Ulysses'
'SWLABR'
'We're Going Wrong'
'Outside Woman Blues'
'Take It Back'
'Mother's Lament'

'Wheels of Fire'
'White Room'
'Sitting on Top of the World'
'Passing the Time'
'As You Said'
'Pressed Rat and Warthog'
'Politician'
'Those Were the Days'
'Born Under a Bad Sign'
'Deserted Cities of the Heart'
'Crossroads' (live)
'Spoonful' (live)
'Traintime' (live)
'Toad' (live)

'Goodbye'
'I'm So Glad'
'Politician'
'Sitting on Top of the World'
'Badge'
'Doing That Scrapyard Thing'
'What a Bringdown'

'Live Cream'
'N.S.U.'
'Sleepy Time Time'
'Lawdy Mama'
'Sweet Wine'
'Rollin' and Tumblin'

'Live Cream Volume II'
'Deserted Cities of the Heart'
'White Room'
'Politician'
'Tales of Brave Ulysses'
'Sunshine of Your Love'
'Steppin’ Out'