Blonde Redhead ‎– Masculin Féminin

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Numero Group ‎– NUM205, Numero Group ‎– 205, Numero Group ‎– 205.1, Numero Group ‎– 205.2
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200 Line
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 I Don't Want U
A2 Sciuri Sciura
A3 Astro Boy
A4 Whithout Feathers
B1 Snippet
B2 Mama Cita
B3 Swing Pool
B4 Girl Boy
C1 Amescream
C2 Big Song
C3 Inside You
C4 Vague
C5 Jet Star
D1 This Is The Number Of Times I Said I Will But I Didn't
D2 Instrumental
D3 Slogan Attempt
D4 Swing Pool (Instrumental)
D5 Woody
E1 (I Am Taking Out My Eurotrash) I Still Get Rocks Off
E2 Violent Life
E3 U.F.O.
E4 I Am There While You Choke On Me
E5 Harmony
F1 Down Under
F2 Bean
F3 Young Neil
F4 10 Feet High
F5 Jewel
G1 Flying Douglas
G2 Harmony
G3 10 Feet High
G4 Valentine
H1 Not Too Late
H2 (I Am Taking Out My Eurotrash) I Still Get Rocks Off
H3 Pier Paolo
H4 Country Song
H5 It Was All So Sudden

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Notes

Includes booklet with previously unpublished photographs and two essays.

A1 to B3: Recorded at Random Falls by Mark Venezia, New York, NY, March 1994
B4: Recorded at home. Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, NY, Winter 1994, Issued 1995 on Smells Like Records (SLE-011)
C1 to C2: Recorded at Water Works by Jim Waters, New York, NY. April 4, 1993. Issued 1993 on OXO Records (OXO-009)
C3: Recorded at Water Works by Jim Waters, New York, NY. April 4, 1993, Issued Spring 1994, Nipple Hardness Factor fanzine. Issue #7. Misha Records (meesha-01)
C4 to C5: Recorded at Snack Time Studios By Fred Brockman. Hoboken, NJ. September 1995. Produced by Steve Shelley. Issued 1994 on Smells Like Records (SLR-007)
D1, D5, H5: 4-track rehersal demos, Rivington Street, New York, NY, 1994, Previously unissued
D2, D4: Recorded at Snacktime Studios by Fred Brockman, Hoboken, NJ, September 1993, Previously unissued
D3: Recorded in Brussels, Belgium, March 1996, Previously unissued
E1 to F5: Recorded at The Magic Shop and Water Music by Edward Douglas, New York, NY, May 1994, and at Random Falls by Mark Venezia, New York, NY, June 1995, Mixed at The Big House by John Siket in July 1995, Issued 1995 on Smells Like Records (SLR-018)
G1 to G2: Recorded and mixed at The Magic Shop by Ed Douglas, New York, NY, January 31, 1995, Issued on Rough Trade (45REV-36)
G3 to G4: Recorded at Random Falls by Mark Venezia, New York, NY, June 1995, Issued 1995 on Smells Like Records (SLR-014)
H1: Recorded at home, Canal Street, Manhattan, NY, Spring 1994, Issued 1995, Spunk Records (SP-01)
H2 to H3: Recorded live for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic, November 7, 1995
H4: Recorded at Random Falls by Mark Venezia, New York, NY, June 1995, Previously unissued

© 2016 The Numero Group.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 25764 12051 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 825764120517
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): NUM205.1-A WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): NUM205.1-B WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): NUM205.1-C WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): NUM205.1-D WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): NUM205.2-A WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): NUM205.2-B WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G): NUM205.2-C WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H): NUM205.2-D WG/NRP

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NUM205, 205, 205.1, 205.2 Blonde Redhead Masculin Féminin(2xLP, Album, Yel + 2xLP, Album, Yel + Box, Comp + ) Numero Group, Numero Group, Numero Group, Numero Group NUM205, 205, 205.1, 205.2 US 2016 Sell This Version
NUM205, 205 Blonde Redhead Masculin Féminin(2xCD, Comp) Numero Group, Numero Group NUM205, 205 US 2016 Sell This Version
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cyl

cyl

August 27, 2018
edited over 2 years ago
I am seriously impressed by Numero group... those guys have a real commitment to keep on doing exactly the same years after years: pick up fantastic artists, dig into their material, craft crazy packages, invest money into remastering and ruin their whole job with a poor pressing wraped up in a paper sleeve to make sure every record comes with a good amount of paper scuff... then their reputation gets worst, bad reviews, and their amazing records go on sale quickly.
seriously guys? Just investing into inner sleeves doubled with plastic would already change dramatically the whole thing. What s wrong? Two options: either they are deaf or they only play their own records on MP3. Or they just live on another planet.

One improvemnt though in comparison with years ago: the records dont come anymore with massive warps. Lol

Once again, what a pity, Blonde Redhead were so fantastic. I love those 2 records.
bord

bord

March 1, 2017
Does this have the same terrible pressing quality as other recent Numero LPs (via United)?