I got that album from the library several years ago, liked it a lot and thought that it would sound great on vinyl. I looked for it on Amazon & Discogs but apparently they didn't press many of those and the prices were outrageous. It got a re-press in 2016 so now is more widely available.
The Turkish album was just an impulse buy - it's the type of thing I like buying on vinyl, because I'll probably always be able to sell it for at least as much as I paid for it, if I don't get into it.
I have not played Meat Light yet. I got a clean copy of an original Uncle Meat vinyl a couple of years ago, as that seemed like the only way to experience the album with the original mix. I don't love the experience of having to flip an album three times to play it, so Meat Light was a win for me even without the many extras.