The Stone Roses ‎– Turns Into Stone

Label:
Modern Classics Recordings ‎– MCR 915, Silvertone Records ‎– MCR 915
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Deluxe Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered, Grey Marbled
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A1 Elephant Stone
Mixed By – John LeckieProducer – Peter Hook
4:48
A2 The Hardest Thing In The World
Producer – Peter Hook
2:39
A3 Going Down
Producer – The Garage Flowers
2:46
A4 Mersey Paradise 2:44
B1 Standing Here 5:05
B2 Where Angels Play 4:15
B3 Simone 4:24
C1 Fools Gold 9:53
C2 What The World Is Waiting For 3:55
D1 One Love 7:45
D2 Something's Burning 7:50

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180 gram vinyl pressing limited to 4000 numbered copies worldwide.
Deluxe edition first pressing includes hand numbered jacket with album title in embossed silver foil.
Analog tapes transferred by Sony UK at 24bit/96kHz and remastered in digital realm using analog outboard gear as well as digital tools.
Lacquers cut from 24bit/96kHz files.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 826853091510
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): MCR-915-A S-93936
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): MCR-915-B S-93937
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Etchings): MCR-915-C S-93938
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etchings): MCR-915-D S-93939
  • Matrix / Runout (All Sides, Stamped): GOLDEN

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 10629 2 The Stone Roses Turns Into Stone(CD, Comp) Silvertone Records 74321 10629 2 Europe 1992 Sell This Version
01241-41507-2 The Stone Roses Turns Into Stone(CD, Comp) Silvertone Records 01241-41507-2 US 1992 Sell This Version
7243 8 42644 2 0 The Stone Roses Turns Into Stone(CD, Comp) Silvertone Records 7243 8 42644 2 0 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
ORE LP 521 The Stone Roses Turns Into Stone(LP, Comp) Silvertone Records ORE LP 521 UK & Europe 1992 Sell This Version
74321 10629 4, 74321-10629-4 The Stone Roses Turns Into Stone(Cass, Comp) Silvertone Records, BMG, BMG Pacific (Thailand) Ltd. 74321 10629 4, 74321-10629-4 Thailand 1992 Sell This Version

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GoodTunes

GoodTunes

September 16, 2017
Quality Control seems to be lacking on this release. Aesthetically, it's excellent. Sound-wise, it's a bit lacking. Seems to be pressed a little too quiet. Also, "Standing Here" has a scratch on my copy that causes the song to be basically unplayable. Played like this right out of the shrink wrap. Disappointing. These colored pressings seem to be hit or miss.
MEllODrOnE

MEllODrOnE

May 26, 2017
Dynamics suffer a little bit, sounds a little flat, doesn't have good clarity, bass is hollow mudding up the sound. You can tell the plates were made from the high res files as stated. Sounds worse than the CD.
mdc701

mdc701

May 17, 2017
I have this grey marbled version and it certainly sounds great. One of the records is warped though. Playable but with a very visible warp. I may have to invest in a vinyl flat soon.
baconizgud4me

baconizgud4me

March 10, 2016
My grey 'stone' marbled version came with 2x dished LPs :( Gutted, had to return and can't find the same coloured version, any way to differentiate? As I'm sure I didn't order the Deluxe version but got the grey marbled LPs.
matt2011

matt2011

June 24, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
This pressing is surprisingly good, audio-wise. The colored vinyl sounds excellent which is a tricky thing to pull off as most colored vinyl presses are a mess. The four sides play at 33 rpm which helps in my opinion -- 45 rpm typically can attract more surface noise if not pressed correctly. The inner sleeves are generic, and they are the poly-lined ones. It's certainly nice to finally have this album on double vinyl as the original press is a single piece of wax with 30 minutes of music crammed on each side. However, this pressing doesn't use the entire sides of the wax on each side. This exercise by repress companies (I'm talking to you, Rhino) will never cease to amaze me -- if you're doing a double vinyl pressing, use the entire side for the music! For instance, side 3, which has the 10 minute "Fool's Gold" and the 4 minute "What The World Is Waiting For" has over an inch of deadwax at the end of the side. It's Fool's Gold for god's sake, stretch it out! Isn't that the point of doing a double vinyl release? You know, give the tracks more breathing room?
This is still a solid repress, and leagues better than the two other presses. Disappointing that it could have been better, but still the best you can get right now.