The Dust Brothers ‎– Fight Club (Original Motion Picture Score)

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Mondo (3) ‎– MOND-041
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Pink Splatter, 180G
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The release comes in a yellow cardboard package with an IKEA-themed jacket (with touches like “Mondö” and pull-out assembly instructions), a nod to Edward Norton’s character’s obsession with keeping the appearance of being a normal, successful adult. It also features his spirit animal, the penguin. To open the sleeve, a strip of paper with the penguin needs to be removed and the "sacrifice" arrow torn apart, thus separating it in two pieces and destroying it for good, whilst revealing the interior of the sleeve to be printed with ground meat. The package contains printed inner sleeves, an IKEA-like instructions poster, and splattered "pink soap" vinyl.

Outer sleeve can be opened in another way: when separating the flap with the sacrifice arrow, the message "STOP TRYING TO CONTROL EVERYTHING AND JUST LET GO" is revealed.

Timing is not given on sleeve nor label for D4.

When the song titles are read top to bottom, left to right, "un-bolded" letters spell out the "WHere iS My Mind"

All compositions published by T.C.F. Music Publishing, Inc. / New Regency Music (ASCAP), administered worldwide by T.C.F. Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP), except track 16 published by T.C.F. Music Publishing, Inc. / Jumping Chicken Music (ASCAP).

Limited to 4000 Pieces

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 50972 00611 7
  • Barcode (String): 850972006117
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): S-97441 MONDO-041 A FIGHT CLUB - VARIOUS DC Plush V
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): S-97442 MONDO-041 B DC Plush Ving 1 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched): S-97443 MONDO-041 C DC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched): S-97444 MONDO-041 D DC Plush V A102

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EllipsisBeats

EllipsisBeats

January 22, 2019
Purchased my first copy from Amazon, and while it sounded great with minimal surface noise, the 2nd record came incredibly warped.
criminologue

criminologue

September 12, 2018

Not bad pressing for mondo but like always, some pop...not a audiophil pressing.
star5CR34M

star5CR34M

July 23, 2017
I thought ahead and bought two copies of the pink vinyl version when it was first announced, one to sacrifice and one to keep sealed. I also have the original press from '99, this is one of my favorite movies and scores.
plucker

plucker

July 17, 2017
Is the packaging or the runouts for the pink repress any different from the first press?
ssk13

ssk13

July 13, 2017
Been repressed as of yesterday by Mondo for $35. Enjoy getting your copy from them directly!
turtle-records.be

turtle-records.be

June 6, 2017
Does anyone knows how to differenciate the pink version from the black version without to open it?
Though to get the black one but after opening my copy it turned out to be pink :).
Thank you!
jabberwockysupafly

jabberwockysupafly

January 15, 2017
I received mine mid December and the discs were incredibly warped, contacted Mondo and they shipped a new set of discs with slips but no packaging which makes sense. I sacrificed mine like a good consumer as that was the appeal for me!
Aphex_Acid

Aphex_Acid

January 7, 2017
This is being repressed with the same packaging in black vinyl on 31st March 2017 for £45.
If you're not bothered about the pink vinyl then don't pay over the odds and wait for this instead.
http://www.crashrecords.co.uk/product/fight-club-soundtrack-dust-brothers-double-vinyl-lp-pre-order/
damodafoca

damodafoca

December 15, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
The records are nice, package's cool. But I listen to it 4 times, and I hear a strange little noise in the background, like a distant ring modulator far in the mix. It's really listenable on "Hessel Raymond K", with low introduction - and it's clearly not on the CD version. Did anybody else notice that ?
Trumpduck

Trumpduck

December 13, 2016

So did anyone find the hidden Pixies track yet, if it's on this somewhere?

I refused to sacrifice my jacket, and instead used an X-Acto knife to slit the right side like a normal vinyl jacket opening. I don't care if that lowers the value or not because I don't ever intend on parting with this for any reason. I was one of the lucky ones who snagged a copy from Mondo first thing, before the scalpers scooped them all up.