RJD2 ‎– Deadringer

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Produced for Rj's Electrical Connections (ASCAP); "JUNE" for Rj's Electrical Connections (ASCAP), Full Nelson (ASCAP). Copywrite appears courtesy of Eastern Conference Records. Recorded and mixed at Deathtrap except track 4, mixed at Workbook, and track 15, recorded at Intalec's. Mastered at The Lodge.
Art and design for Stat.ind.

© 2002 RJ'sElectrical Connections

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  • Barcode: 016581000414

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DJX35 RJD2 Deadringer(CD, Album) Definitive Jux DJX35 US 2002 Sell This Version
RJEC004 RJD2 Deadringer(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, Yel) RJ's Electrical Connections RJEC004 US 2015 Sell This Version
none RJD2 Dead Ringer(CDr, Promo) Definitive Jux none US 2001 Sell This Version
RJEC004 RJD2 Deadringer(CD, Album) RJ's Electrical Connections RJEC004 UK 2002 Sell This Version
DJX35CD, 088.0035.020 RJD2 Deadringer(CD, Album) Definitive Jux, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] DJX35CD, 088.0035.020 Europe 2002 Sell This Version

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truefaithdub

truefaithdub

March 14, 2019
edited about 1 month ago
The pressing is not poorly mastered. It is intentional as another user pointed out. The CD & record sound exactly the same.
dynamitereed

dynamitereed

February 28, 2019
I've seen people on Discogs and on Amazon complain about this album's sound quality. Some blame it on the pressing or the engineer who mastered it. I originally bought this album digitally. The qualities of the tracks are exactly how RJD2 intended them. Every vinyl click and pop was meant to be there. Any distortion was meant to be there. I could understand fans of vinyl being disconcerted by the crackles and pops, but those are parts of the tracks, not scratches on the disc.

I was sad to find that the hidden track after Work, Here's What's Left, is missing from the vinyl pressing. I understand why, though. It's a long track at almost six minutes and there's no room for it on what's already a double LP.
dahoo

dahoo

March 17, 2018
the distortion on Work is unbearable. Bad pressing overall. Not sure if the first pressing is better.
makinroom

makinroom

April 19, 2016
Sounds awful. Don't buy this pressing. It does not sound good.
juhpopey

juhpopey

March 29, 2016
Dunno about you guys, but this is one of the worst sounding pressings in my collection....