As the Eagles continue their 2013 tour, the six studio albums they released on Asylum Records between 1972 and 1979 will soon be available on vinyl once again -- this time in a limited-edition box set called, um, 'The Studio Albums 1972-1979.'

Here are the albums you'll get: the band's 1972 self-titled debut, the following year's western-themed concept album 'Desperado,' 1974's 'On the Border,' 1975's 'One of These Nights,' the next year's chart-busting 'Hotel California' and 1979's somewhat frayed 'The Long Run.'

Each LP features faithfully reproduced original album packaging, and there are even two special artwork upgrades: The sleeve of 'Eagles' will fold out into a poster (as the group intended), and 'Hotel California' will include a replica of the original poster with band photos in full color for the first time.

'The Studio Albums 1972-1979' set is limited to 5,000 copies, each of which is numbered and has a gold foil stamp of the band's logo. You can pick it up for $149.98 starting Oct. 29.