Tones On Tail ‎– Weird Pop

Label:
Beggars Banquet ‎– BBQLP 2081
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered, Clear
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A1 Go! (Single Edit)
A2 War
A3 Christian Says
A4 There's Only One
A5 Performance (Original Beck Session)
A6 Copper
B1 Heartbreak Hotel (Studio Version)
Written-By – Presley*, Axton*, Durden*
B2 Burning Skies
B3 Ok, This Is The Pops
B4 Instrumental
B5 Movement Of Fear
C1 A Bigger Splash
C2 The Never Never
C3 Real Life
C4 Rain
D1 Lions
D2 When You're Smiling
D3 Twist (Extended)
D4 You, The Night And The Music

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Notes

"Go!" is the 7" Edit, "Performance" is the otherwise unreleased original version and the studio version of "Heartbreak Hotel" is also exclusive to this release.

The version of "Twist" is not a different extended version as noted on the back, inside cover and labels and the wrong track time of 6:40 suggests. It has actually the same running time of 5 minutes like the 12" B-side of "Christian Says".

Released on clear vinyl with streak of blue in the vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 0761820811 0

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TheVinylOutcome

TheVinylOutcome

June 22, 2019

It's unfortunate when someone gets a copy that doesn't sound clean. Mine sounds just fine, and all I have had to do since I purchased it is run the brush a couple of times before playing.
BusterDukes

BusterDukes

April 1, 2019
I washed both gorgeous platters on my VPI & it's dead quiet with beautiful sound. I never let a slab o'wax hit my Tech-12 before getting a thorough cleaning. To anyone who has posted a negative message about noisy vinyl without giving the records a couple of good cleanings (it doesn't hurt to give it a once over with an anti-static gun as well) I would say that you need to consider the harm & lost sales you are causing artists by exercising 'your right to complain' without first doing your part & properly cleaning your albums. It's not your fault if you don't know this, but please realize that artists are not big corporations. Most of them need every record sale they can get to keep making the art (hopefully it's that anyways) that so many of us still love.
BenjaminAdams

BenjaminAdams

July 3, 2018
My copy, purchased new, is a bit noisy with crackles and pops.