The Animals ‎– Greatest Hits And More

Label:
RAK ‎– ERS-81606
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Promo
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Pop
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Tracklist

A1 Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
A2 The House Of The Rising Sun
A3 I'm Crying
A4 Bring It On Home To Me
A5 We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place
A6 Baby Let Me Take You Home
A7 It's My Life
A8 Gonna Send You Back To Walker
B1 Boom Boom
B2 Talking About You
B3 Let The Good Times Roll
B4 The Girl Can't Help It
B5 Memphis
B6 Around And Around
B7 I Believe To My Soul
B8 Story Of Bo Diddley

Notes

Japanese vinyl releases are premium quality pressings, much sought after by audiophiles and collectors alike. In the 1960s Toshiba pioneered top quality red vinyl pressings using their trademark ‘Ever-Clean’ process this utilised a special ingredient intended to prevent the build-up of static electricity on the vinyl. Japanese pressings are synonymous with quality - the vinyl shines like no other vinyl everything about their releases feels special. When US audiophile label Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab first released their series of high quality pressings the records were manufactured in Japan. The sonic quality of Japanese pressings is considered to be among the best in the world and, in addition, they are beautifully presented, their covers usually printed on better quality heavy stock paper and often including a bonus lyric insert with dual language Japanese & English text. As with most other countries, Japan produced promotional LPs in advance of the commercial release for marketing purposes. There are numerous different forms of promotional LP; these vary from plain white labels simply bearing a catalogue number to customised white labels similar in design to the finished label copy but without any of the colour or artwork - basically just a white label with black print. The most common forms of promotional LP are those that appear to be finished stock albums, but on closer inspection are designated promotional on the label. Whilst some actually state ‘Promo or Sample’ in English, most of these simply display the Japanese Kanji character set equivalent - shown below

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