Justin Bieber ‎– Purpose

Label:
Def Jam Recordings ‎– B0024509-01
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc
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Genre:
Pop
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A1 Justin Bieber Mark My Words 2:14
A2 Justin Bieber I'll Show You 3:19
A3 Justin Bieber What Do You Mean? 3:25
A4 Justin Bieber Sorry 3:20
A5 Justin Bieber Love Yourself 3:53
A6 Justin Bieber Company 3:28
A7 Justin Bieber No Pressure
Featuring – Big Sean
4:46
B1 Justin Bieber No Sense
Featuring – Travis Scott (2)
4:35
B2 Justin Bieber The Feeling
Featuring – Halsey
4:04
B3 Justin Bieber Life Is Worth Living 3:54
B4 Skrillex, Diplo Where Are Ü Now
Featuring – Justin Bieber
4:02
B5 Justin Bieber Children 3:43
B6 Justin Bieber Purpose 3:30

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Notes

Record Store Day 2016 release. Limited to 7,000 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602547746399

Other Versions (5 of 38) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0602547576439 Justin Bieber Purpose(CD, Album, Dlx) School Boy Records, Raymond Braun Media Group, Def Jam Recordings 0602547576439 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
4757643 Justin Bieber Purpose(CD, Album, Dlx) School Boy Records, Raymond Braun Media Group, Def Jam Recordings 4757643 Mexico 2015 Sell This Version
none Justin Bieber Purpose(22xFile, AAC, Album, Dlx, 256) Def Jam Recordings Inc. none Japan 2015
0602547676412(86) Justin Bieber Purpose(CD, Album) School Boy Records, Raymond Braun Media Group, Def Jam Recordings 0602547676412(86) Poland 2015 Sell This Version
4607147919330 Justin Bieber Purpose / Journals(CD, Album, Dlx + CD, Album + Comp, Unofficial, Dig) School Boy Records (2), Raymond Braun Media Group (2), Def Jam Recordings (2) 4607147919330 Russia 2016 Sell This Version

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aidiothir

aidiothir

February 26, 2020
edited 8 months ago

Terrible pressing, with plenty of surface marks, and plays with full of crackles and loud pops overpowering the music, even if it is a new copy. This is a huge problem with almost all new vinyls the last years, whatever they are black or colored or picture discs. As i can see there is no quality control anymore in new vinyls. Mint vinyls belong only to the past.
Adamwilkez

Adamwilkez

April 16, 2016

Got this today for £20 at my local record store this morning, they have a couple of copies left, surprising to see one up on here that quick for $300