JB's* ‎– Food For Thought

Label:
Get On Down ‎– GET 54068-LP, People (8) ‎– GET 54068-LP, Universal Music Special Markets ‎– B0020175-01, Get On Down ‎– GET 719, People (8) ‎– GET 719, Universal Music Special Markets ‎– B00202098-21
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Reissue, Purple
All Media, Limited Edition
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Credits

Notes

album back sleeve:
℗ 1972 Universal Records
© 2014 Universal Records

7" labels:
Originally released in 1970. © 2014 Universal Records

Sticker on plastic custom bag:
Special Limited Edition
1,000 Copies
150 gram virgin vinyl, faithful
reproduction of the original
release, featuring Stoughton
"Tip On" style jacket. Includes
free 7" purple vinyl pressing
of the single "The Grunt"
Pts. 1 & 2 and 22" x 22" poster

cat# for whole release: GET 54068-LP
cat# on LP labels: GET 54068 LP

artist on 7": The J.B.s

This reissue of the inaugural release from James Brown’s People Records from 1972 is pressed on 150 gram vinyl, features a 70s style tip on jackets and is housed in an 8 gauge custom bag with an embossed People Records logo. Also included in this deluxe offering: a 22” x 22” poster of the original cover art and a bonus 45 of The Grunt Parts 1 & 2 pressed on purple vinyl.

Released for Record Store Day 2014.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 64425 40681 8
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side - Etched): B0020175-01-A GET-54068 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side - Etched): B0020175-01-B GET-54068 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (C-Side - Etched): B0020298-21-A GET 719 NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (D-Side - Etched): B0020298-21-B GET-719 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Other (Sticker number): GET 54068-LP-ST1
  • Other (Cat # printed on LP Label): GET 54068 LP
  • Other (Cat # 7" Label): GET 719-7
  • Other (Cat # 7" Label): B00202098-21

Other Versions (5 of 23) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PE 5601, 2391 034 The JB's* Food For Thought (Pass The Peas I Mean Gimme Some More)(LP, Album, Scr) People (8), People (8) PE 5601, 2391 034 US 1972 Sell This Version
PCD-1202 J.B.'s* Food For Thought(CD, Album) Polydor PCD-1202 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
UICY-9308 J.B.'s* Food For Thought(CD, Album, Ltd, RM, Pap) People (8) UICY-9308 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
PE 5601, 2391 034 JB's* Food For Thought(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Col) People (8), People (8) PE 5601, 2391 034 US Unknown Sell This Version
PE 5601, 2391 034 JB's* Food For Thought(LP, Album, RE) People (8), People (8) PE 5601, 2391 034 US Unknown Sell This Version

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Di77y

Di77y

February 8, 2018
These PVC sleeves used by Get On Down are absolutely poisonous and you better get rid of them TODAY if you own any. I own this 2014 reissue of the J.B.'s "Food For Thought" and the glow-in-the-dark RSD issue of Afrika Bambaataa's Planet Rock 12'' ( https://www.discogs.com/Afrika-Bambaataa-The-Soul-Sonic-Force-Planet-Rock/release/6339141 ) and in both cases, the sleeve heavily damaged the records AND the cover (in the case of the JB's) in only a few weeks. Gladly, I had them sealed off from the outside pretty much by using another outer sleeve on both (which are all wrinkly and unusable now), otherwise they would probably have damaged surrounding records and covers as well. With the extra 7'' in another cheap plastic sleeve enclosed, my JB's LP is a nice, sweaty, gaseous, stinking sandwich now of several layers of plastic, partly sticking together, looking all awful.
This is truly the worst, most harmful thing you can put on your record shelve, so store them somewhere else as soon as possible.