Coldplay ‎– Parachutes

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Parlophone ‎– 7243 5 27783 1 7
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180gr
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A1 Don't Panic 2:17
A2 Shiver 4:59
A3 Spies 5:18
A4 Sparks 3:47
A5 Yellow 4:29
B1 Trouble 4:30
B2 Parachutes
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Chris Allison
0:46
B3 High Speed 4:14
B4 We Never Change 4:09
B5 Everything's Not Lost 5:25
B6 Life Is For Living 1:37

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© 2000 Parlophone Records Ltd.

Repressed on 180g vinyl with printed inner sleeve.
Has 'bel BIEM' printed on disc label next to Parlophone Logo.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24352 77831 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 5277831 A-1-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 5277831 B-1-1-
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 74) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7243 5 27783 2 4, 527 7832 Coldplay Parachutes(CD, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone 7243 5 27783 2 4, 527 7832 UK & Europe 2000 Sell This Version
7243 5 27783 2 4, 527 7832, CDSP 241 Coldplay Parachutes(CD, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone 7243 5 27783 2 4, 527 7832, CDSP 241 Venezuela 2000 Sell This Version
7243 5 27783 2 4, 527 7832 Coldplay Parachutes(CD, Album, RP) Parlophone, Parlophone 7243 5 27783 2 4, 527 7832 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
5277832, 7243 5 27783 2 4 Coldplay Parachutes(CD, Album, RE) Parlophone, Parlophone 5277832, 7243 5 27783 2 4 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
7243 5 300250 3, 7243 8 895452 5 Coldplay Parachutes(CD, Album + CD, Single, Promo) Parlophone, Parlophone 7243 5 300250 3, 7243 8 895452 5 France 2000 Sell This Version

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calluses

calluses

October 29, 2017
edited about 1 month ago

The 180g reissue has the same -1-1/-1-1 matrix, so it's pretty hard to tell a 1st press from a reissue without weighing it. If you found it in-store sealed, then it's probably a reissue. I'm going to make a wild guess that if it says it was printed in the EU, then it's a reissue.

It's both a blessing and a curse that some Parlophone reissues are like this. The same problem exists for Radiohead's OK Computer (Parlophone pressings). It's extremely hard to tell an original 1st press from a reissue because the matrix runouts are the same, but at the same time, it's sort of a good thing because it diminishes your need to hunt for a 1st press (if it was pressed using the same stampers, then it should sound the same if not better given it's on heavier vinyl and in new condition).

My best guess is this was pressed in 2008.