Starvue ‎– Upward Bound

Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue


A1 Upward Bound 4:27
A2 Love Affair 7:08
A3 Body Fusion 5:47
B1 Starvue 2:34
B2 Put The BS Aside 4:49
B3 Love Struck 4:45
B4 You And Me 5:43



Released late 2003

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MIR-1-1721 Starvue Upward Bound(LP, Album) Midwest International Records MIR-1-1721 US 1980 Sell This Version
Everland 029 CD Starvue Upward Bound(CD, Album, RE) Everland Everland 029 CD Netherlands 2018 Sell This Version
PCD-4193 Starvue Upward Bound(CD, Album, RE) P-Vine Records PCD-4193 Japan 2004 Sell This Version
MIR-1-1721 Starvue Upward Bound(LP, Album, RE) Midwest International Records MIR-1-1721 US Unknown Sell This Version
EVERLAND 029 Starvue Upward Bound(LP, Album, RE) Everland EVERLAND 029 Netherlands 2018 Sell This Version



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February 4, 2012
edited over 7 years ago
SOMETIMES PEOPLE EMAIL ASKING ME TO VERIFY WHETHER THE STARVUE ALBUM THEY HAVE IS A GENUINE 1st Pressing. The Cat# of a GENUINE 1st press is MIR-1-1721 these are as rare as hell. Some dealers make the mistake of selling the repress as the original. Visually the artwork and credits are the EXACTLY same. However, beware, Starvue Upward bound LP's with the Cat# MIR-1721 are REISSUES. ALWAYS CHECK the Cat# with the seller if you want the original. Once you receive the record. Examine the sleeve/jacket. Originals are thick card sleeves NOT thin (white on the inside) modern card. The original /1st press vinyl is thick, (the reissue is thin modern vinyl which is shinny and light). The artwork on the original/reissue labels are also identical apart from the Cat#. BTW there's nothing wrong with buying a reissue. The reissue was pressed from original masters using modern technology. Therefore the EQ and sound mastering is far superior over the crackly 1st press originals. Some people think originals are always better.... well not necessarily in this case.....Hope this helps anyone unsure. KNOW YOUR MUSIC!!!!!!!!