Blur ‎– Parklife

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Food ‎– FOODLP 10, Food ‎– 7243 8 29194 1 4
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Mastered with DMM Technology (Direct Metal Mastering).

Printed in U.K. Printed glossy card inner sleeve of some lyrics and chords.
Small round pink sticker on cover stating "Including Girls & Boys and To The End 16 Tracks"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24382 91941 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): FOODLP 10 A-1-1- 2    Town House   DMM     D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): FOODLP 10 B-1-1- 1-    D

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FOODCD 10, 7243 8 29194 2 1 Blur Parklife(CD, Album, RP) Food, Food FOODCD 10, 7243 8 29194 2 1 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
PCD-0476 Blur Parklife(CD, Album, Promo, Spe) EMI, Food PCD-0476 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
FOODLP 10, 7243 8 29194 1 4 Blur Parklife(LP, Album, Unofficial, Kha) Food (2), Food (2) FOODLP 10, 7243 8 29194 1 4 UK 2014 Sell This Version
TOCP-65991 Blur Parklife(CD, Album, RE, Pap) Food, EMI, Parlophone TOCP-65991 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
FOODLPX10, 5099962484213 Blur Parklife(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, RP, Gat) Food, Parlophone FOODLPX10, 5099962484213 UK 2015 Sell This Version

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Crijevo

Crijevo

May 11, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
In a sea of brit-pop sharks of 1994, Blur stood out with "Parklife" as one of (if not a single) brightest star of that year. Yes, the competition was fascinatingly strong, but once "Boys & Girls" kicks in through the laser beam, your "definitely maybe" turns into a "fucking yes!". Funnily experimental and seriously radio-friendly, "Parklife" is their true concept album, somewhat informed by the predecessor LP "Modern Life Is Rubbish", an intriguing statement-by-title, fully absorbed with "Parklife" into a tour-de-force, socio-political 16-track masterpiece.
Douggie_fresh79

Douggie_fresh79

April 1, 2016
I own two copies of this album. Both have the sticker on the cover, and both have the same matrices in the deadwax. The only difference is that one of the pressings is on typical thin vinyl (common on LPs/12" singles from this period...Radiohead: The Bends is the same way), but the other is pressed on crazy thick 180g vinyl. I can't tell any other differences but may need to go though both with a fine tooth comb. Anyone else have a really thick pressing? It can't be the reissue from 2012 as that pressing came on two discs, and this one has all tracks on one slab of vinyl. Thanks!
jp_fal

jp_fal

March 30, 2016
How is the sound quality on this original pressing? 52 or so minutes on 2 sides is probably pushing it a bit. Think I'll go for the double LP.
thebigfoist

thebigfoist

January 26, 2012
does anyone have this on gold? Or is that one a bootleg?