John Williams (4) ‎– Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Walt Disney Records ‎– 00050087384715
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

Companies, etc.



- 16 page insert with photos and credits.
- 180 gram vinyl.
- Gatefold cover.
- Black innersleeves.

Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned ): 050087384715
  • Barcode (Printed): 0 50087 38471 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc One Side A): 169265E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc One Side B): 169265E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc Two Side A): 169265E3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc Two Side B): 169265E4/A
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Label Code: LC 01846


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March 20, 2018
edited 5 months ago
Can someone please go and sort GZ's quality control out?! Anyone reading this, can they email Universal (email at the bottom) to complain about these dreadful sounding records? Every time I buy a record which is pressed by GZ, the records are abysmal: noisy, crackly, hissy, poppy, dirty and they manufacture so much of Universal's output. 4 copies and both scratched. The inner sleeves are all creased as well. Who are the people running the quality control there? They simply do not know how to press records correctly and this from the company that apparently is "saving" vinyl. If you can't press a record and get it into a sleeve without scratching it and damaging the packaging then what is the point? This is another GZ clunker to add to the growing pile over the past 12 months: Blade Runner 2049, Stranger Things, Elton John's Diamonds, St Vincent's Masseduction, TT's Lovelaws- to name just a (very) few. I wouldn't mind if these records were cheap but they're not. Most retailers in the UK are selling Jedi for £30! For this junk yard pressing? Laughable.

Update: I emailed Universal International Music and they wanted more information, which I sent them, so if anyone has experienced this awful pressing tell Universal about it. The more comms they get, the more likely they are to impress on the pressing plant that their pressing standards are not good enough. Email: