Foo Fighters ‎– Concrete And Gold

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Roswell Records ‎– 88985-45601-1, RCA ‎– 88985-45601-1
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 T-shirt
Backing Vocals – Taylor Greenwood (2)
1:22
A2 Run
Synth, Piano – Greg Kurstin
5:23
A3 Make It Right 4:39
A4 The Sky Is A Neighborhood
Backing Vocals – Alison MosshartCello – Kinga BacikViola – Thomas Lea*Violin – Ginny Luke, Rachel Grace (2)
4:04
B1 La Dee Da
Backing Vocals – Alison MosshartSaxophone – Dave Koz
4:02
B2 Dirty Water
Backing Vocals – Inara GeorgeSynth – Greg Kurstin
5:20
B3 Arrows
Vibraphone, Synth [Arp String Ensemble], Piano – Greg Kurstin
4:46
B4 Happy Ever After (Zero Hour)
Violin – Jessy Greene
3:41
C1 Sunday Rain
Drums – Paul McCartneySynth – Greg Kurstin
6:11
C2 The Line
Synth [Bass], Vibraphone – Greg KurstinViolin – Jessy Greene
3:38
C3 Concrete And Gold
Backing Vocals – Shawn StockmanCello – Jessy Greene
5:31

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Sticker: testing the limits of speakers everywhere, featuring 'Run'
includes MP3 download code.

℗&© 2017 Roswell Records, Inc. Marketed and distributed by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. 25 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10010-8601. All rights reserved.
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Side D features the following etching: BANGINGONTHECEILING.COM

Packaged in gatefold sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 8985-45601-1 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 889854560119
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): 88985-45601-1-A CB
  • Matrix / Runout (SIde A stamped): P.USA -45353-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): 88985-45601-1-B CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B stamped): P.USA -45353-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C etched): 88985-45601-1-C CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C stamped): P.USA -45354-

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
88985-45601-2 Foo Fighters Concrete And Gold(CD, Album, Dig) Roswell Records, RCA 88985-45601-2 US 2017 Sell This Version
88985456012 Foo Fighters Concrete And Gold(CD, Album, RP, Dig) Roswell Records, RCA, Sony Music 88985456012 Brazil 2017 Sell This Version
88985-46155-1 Foo Fighters Concrete And Gold(LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, Ltd) Roswell Records, RCA 88985-46155-1 US 2017 Sell This Version
none Foo Fighters Concrete And Gold(CD, Album, Promo) Sony Music none Japan 2017 Sell This Version
88985456012 Foo Fighters Concrete And Gold(CD, Album, Dig) Roswell Records, RCA, Sony Music 88985456012 Thailand 2017 Sell This Version

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GoByMike

GoByMike

April 9, 2020

It's not Wasting Light, it lacks that certain magic. But a very solid vinyl album. There's something great about ALL of the Foo Fighter albums I own: they're all very quiet, with almost zero static at (even in my dry climate).
Audge_Podge_Records

Audge_Podge_Records

July 6, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
I'm experiencing some surface noise, but also bought on clearance from Target so it's no that big of a loss. Foo's really need to simplify again as there is sometimes too much going on in the songs that it's hard to connect to the music in the way that we(fans) connected to the first 4 albums.
RovingRecords

RovingRecords

December 16, 2018

This particular pressing sounds very very thin on my setup. Feels like there is no depth to the music whatsoever. It's quite disappointing, but considering i bought it on clearance at target for half price, i guess it wasn't that big of a loss. Whomever mastered this particular pressing did not do a very good job.
davosmall83

davosmall83

November 13, 2017

Not Foo Fighters best album but after a few listens it starts to sound quite good. I do feel however that this is Foo Fighters trying not to sound too much like themselves. For me personally this sounds like foo fighters trying to replicate the sounds of bands such as Beatles, Queen, Pink Floyd etc and failing to bring all the influences in an exceptional way. It's almost the sound of a band trying too hard to sound great when all they really need to do is just be the Foo Fighters in order to do so.

Concrete and Gold does have some great moments and others which leave you slightly underwhelmed and feeling it's all a bit average.

The album is generally produced to the point it almost has too much going on at times and I would recommend listening to it on a descent system to get the best from it. Overall I do like this album but it's definitely not a 5 star album.

The pressing is good. No distortion or surface noise.

This pressing is well done.

FirestarterIT

FirestarterIT

November 1, 2017
edited over 3 years ago

Is anyone experiencing repeating/looping on some of the sides (B C)? I'm going to test on another turntable once I can hook it up to a receiver, but I haven't had any problems playing other records on my Crosley player before.
groovedgold

groovedgold

October 2, 2017
What's about the Black In Black edition? They sold them in their London-based Pub
ks_record_collector

ks_record_collector

September 23, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
I can't decide if I like this album or not. The first few listens were from a digital source and I wasn't impressed, but when I played the record for the first time at volume some of the greater moments on the album started to shine. Meh, still I'm I'm unconvinced though. There are some cool moments and good songs, but it's no Wasting Light. I respect the band for what they're attempting to do, but I have one nagging thought, "Are they trying too hard?"
Nice pressing though! If you're going to buy this album on vinyl, buy this one.
dan-emery

dan-emery

September 22, 2017
Can someone verify if the European pressing has a small inscription to the side of the M in '.COM' on the D-side etching?
Altutor

Altutor

September 21, 2017

Too much reverb on this album. Pop producer's do not work well with rock bands.
wakemeup707

wakemeup707

September 20, 2017
Does anyone know where this version of the record was pressed?

Thanks!