Robert Plant ‎– The Principle Of Moments

Label:
Es Paranza Records ‎– 79-0101-1
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Other Arms
Written-By – Blunt*, Plant*
4:20
A2 In The Mood
Written-By – Martinez*, Blunt*, Plant*
5:19
A3 Messin' With The Mekon
Written-By – Martinez*, Blunt*, Plant*
4:40
A4 Wreckless Love
Written-By – Blunt*, Plant*
5:18
B1 Thru' With The Two Step
Written-By – Martinez*, Blunt*, Plant*
5:33
B2 Horizontal Departure
Written-By – Woodroffe*, Martinez*, Blunt*, Plant*
4:19
B3 Stranger Here...Than Over There
Written-By – Woodroffe*, Martinez*, Blunt*, Plant*
4:18
B4 Big Log
Written-By – Woodroffe*, Blunt*, Plant*
5:03

Credits

Notes

Recorded at Rockfield Studios, Monmouth, Gwent.
Maintenance: Steve Lane.
For efforts above and beyond the call of duty dept: Jason Bonham, Pick Withers, Rex King, Phil Carson, Peter Grant, Joan Hudson, The Ward Brothers, and Molly Wopsy.

℗ 1983 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the United States.
© 1983 Robert Plant.

All EU Versions that have an similar sleeve & same catalog# (See below for "labelstyle#" info):

There are the releases on Es Paranza label (Distributed by Atlantic) with their big logo on record label - graphic design on label not referencing the album/sleeve design, GEMA/BIEM:
Release 1193069 - labelstyle#3, Dist. codes "G" & "WE 321" on back, no Album title on label; Side# written as "Side 1"; [CURRENTLY VIEWED VERSION]
Release 5577087 - labelstyle#3, Album title on label (no pics of sleeve back); Side# written capitalized as "SIDE 1";

All below, also Atlantic, have dist. codes "U" & "WE 361" on back:
Release 4430312 - labelstyle#3, No Rights Society (RC)
Release 8599736 - labelstyle#2, No RC, feat. a "Es Paranza" logo left on label, other design like below Atlantic releases:

All below: Atlantic as label; Also the Atlantic label design featuring the same graphics/design as the album:

Release 6491455 - labelstyle#2, RC: GEMA/STEMRA - sleeve back mentions "Es Paranza", no "Es Paranza" logo on label
Release 1729149 - labelstyle#2, No RC
Release 8324558 - labelstyle#1, No RC

Further Atlantic label releases with same outer "EU-wide" sleeve, but showing rights society for an individual country on label:
Releases with labelstyle#1: DE - GEMA , NL - STEMRA , Scan. - NCB
Releases with labelstyle#2: DE - GEMA
Releases with labelstyle#3: DE - GEMA, FR - SACEM , NL - STEMRA , Irland - unknown label design "EIRE" on runout

Labelstyle# - List of font variations for titles on record label (featured on both EsParanza & Atlantic releases):
labelstyle#1: Artist/Title & Side# & "STEREO" written in normal (bold) font style - Rights Society (RC) info, if any, located on the left.
labelstyle#2: All written in the same unique font type as on sleeve - RC on the right.
labelstyle#3: Artist/Title written in the same font type as on sleeve - Side# & "STEREO" written in normal (bold) font style - RC on the left.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 0121
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Barcode: 0 7567-90101-1 7

Other Versions (5 of 90) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
79 0101-1 Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments(LP, Album) WEA 79 0101-1 Italy 1983 Sell This Version
79 01011 Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments(LP, Album) Es Paranza Records 79 01011 Canada 1983 Sell This Version
R2 74159 Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments(CD, Album, RE, RM) Es Paranza Records, Rhino Records (2) R2 74159 US 2007 Sell This Version
79 0101-1 Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments(LP, Album) WEA 79 0101-1 Spain 1983 Sell This Version
79 0101-1 Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments(LP, Album) Atlantic 79 0101-1 Europe 1983 Sell This Version

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REENO

November 24, 2015
Love both this album and his first. The lineup of Phil Collins on drums (always on point and unique), Robbie Blunt on guitar (much more tasteful than page), & Woodruff is just stellar.

Easily his best "solo" band and albums.

"In the mood" is my personal favorite. Dig the breakdown with Phil's tom and hi-hat action.