The London Philharmonic Orchestra ‎– A Sound Spectacular Stereo Space Odyssey

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Stereo Gold Award ‎– MER-372
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Vinyl, LP
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A Speaker to Speaker Trip in Thrilling Spacial Stereo.

The London Philharmonic Orchestra with Pipe Organ and Electronic Synthesiser Effects.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Etched): MER 372-A2 H
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Etched): MER 372-B2 -1-
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Variant): MER 372 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Variant): MER 372 B2

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Davei

Davei

January 24, 2018
I have two copies of this album, MER 372. (Don't ask why!) The sleeves are identical, both carrying the credit 'Printed in England by West Brothers Printers Ltd. London'. At first glance, the yellow Stereo Gold Award labels also appear identical, however, one has 'Made in England' on the label, while the other has 'Make in U.S.A.' Also, the U.S.A. version is on lighter weight vinyl, while the England version has Side 2 pressed slightly off-centre. Both have MER 372 -A1 / - B2 in the dead wax.
Wasabijim

Wasabijim

May 10, 2017
i have a "J 120" version - this is on the spine, rear cover and disk label. it looks to be Japanese release of the MER 372 which is in the wax run out. the shop was trying to sell as a Japanese press which it is not. Disk label and on bottom of back cover it say made in UK. tracks on back of cover are in Japanese (i presume) script and there is a fancy frilly "Stereo Gold Award Classics" branding not the simple "Stereo Gold Award" typically seen. It came with a magenta obi and a paper sleeve with script detailing the tracks. the sleeve also has made in Great Britain. The disk label has the more fancy "Stereo Award Classics", Side 1 / Stereo (on left), J 120-A / MER 372-A (right). Track listing on disk label is the same.