The Doors ‎– Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine

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Elektra ‎– 8E-6001
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Santa Maria Pressing
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This is a Columbia, Santa Maria pressing variant of the original US release
as indicated by "S I" and "CSM" etched in the runout areas.

Has butterfly labels with New York address only in rim text on labels.

Issued with a gatefold sleeve.

A "Doors discography" is printed on the inner sleeves.

The LP sides have been auto-coupled for use on
automatic record changers (Record 1, Sides A & D) (Record 2, Sides B & C)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Record 1 / Side A Runout Etching): S 2 8E-6001-A CSM GM D3
  • Matrix / Runout (Record 1 / Side D Runout Etching): S I 8E-6001-D CSM gm D
  • Matrix / Runout (Record 2 / Side B Runout Etching): S 1 8E-6001-B CSM gm B3
  • Matrix / Runout (Record 2 / Side C Runout Etching): S 1 8E-6001-C CSM gm C3
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 83) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
8E 6001 The Doors Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine(2xLP, Comp, RE) Elektra 8E 6001 Canada 1980 Sell This Version
160.002-2 The Doors Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine(2xLP, Comp) Elektra 160.002-2 Venezuela 1973 Sell This Version
EST 6001-F-DP The Doors Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Comp, Dou) Elektra EST 6001-F-DP US 1972 Sell This Version
C2-6001 SIDE ONE / SIDE TWO, C2-6001 SIDE THREE / The Doors Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine(2xCass, Comp, Dol) Elektra, Elektra C2-6001 SIDE ONE / SIDE TWO, C2-6001 SIDE THREE / US Unknown Sell This Version
62009 The Doors Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Elektra 62009 Greece Unknown Sell This Version

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PTG_VinylsAddict

PTG_VinylsAddict

March 20, 2016
This morning i bought in a market a version with cover : 8E-6001 (printed in USA) / and on vinyl : K 62009 made in UK ???

is it possible?
ScottyKaye

ScottyKaye

December 9, 2013
From the fifties until the late seventies lots of people owned a record changer or "stacker turntable". This was a record player that allowed you to stack multiple records onto a long spindle and the player would automatically drop each one after the previous record had been played. This way, you could listen to four or five records in a row (although only one side of each) and not have to bother with taking one record off and putting the next one on. If you had a two or three record set, the sides would be set up so you could listen to the whole set continuously on a stacker turntable. Sides 1 and 2 would play through, you'd turn them over, and sides 3 & 4 would play through in order. Three record sets were also set up this way, pairing sides 1 & 6, 2 & 5, and 3 & 4 (The Concert for Bangla Desh has this configuration). The obvious problem with this system is the wear and tear of your records, which would be dropped on top of one another (from a height of a few inches) and would rub up against each other while the turntable was spinning.
mark-01

mark-01

October 20, 2013
is this a cd or LP
smalaveetil

smalaveetil

August 30, 2013

My Copy has Side 1 with Side 4 and Side 2 with Side 3. Any idea why?
shafgroup1

shafgroup1

August 6, 2013
Im a big zep fan and are knowledgeable about prices on there material and I have THE DOORS-WEIRD SCENES INSIDE THE GOLDMINE (PROMO EDITION-WHITE LABELS)anyone know if its worth anything????
crossx77

crossx77

October 19, 2011
My copy has A+B and C+B so I have no side D at all.