Various ‎– Call Me By Your Name (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Music On Vinyl ‎– MOVATM184
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Mispress, Green, Yellow, 180g
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A1 John Adams Hallelujah Junction - 1st Movement
Composed By – John Adams
7:12
A2 Ryuichi Sakamoto M.A.Y. In The Backyard
Composed By – Ryuichi Sakamoto
4:25
A3 Loredana Bertè J'Adore Venise
Written-By – Ivano Fossati
4:15
A4 Bandolero Paris Latino
Written-By – Carlos Perez (13), José Perez
4:01
B1 Frank Glazer Sonatine Bureaucratique
Composed By – Erik Satie
3:45
B2 Alessio Bax “Zion Hört Die Wächter Singen” From Cantata BWV 140 “Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme”
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
5:10
B3 Giorgio Moroder & Joe Esposito Lady Lady Lady
Written-By – Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey
4:15
C1 André Laplante Une Barque Sur L'Ocean
Composed By – Maurice Ravel
7:11
C2 Sufjan Stevens Futile Devices (Doveman Remix)
Remix – DovemanWritten-By – Sufjan Stevens
2:15
C3 Ryuichi Sakamoto Germination
Composed By – Ryuichi Sakamoto
2:09
C4 F.R. David Words
Written-By – Louis S.Yaguda*, Martin Kupersmith, Robert Fitoussi
3:21
C5 Marco Armani È La Vita
Written-By – Marco Antonio Armenise, Paolo Armenise
4:12
D1 Sufjan Stevens Mystery Of Love
Written-By – Sufjan Stevens
4:09
D2 Franco Battiato Radio Varsavia
Written-By – Franco Battiato, Giusto Pio
4:08
D3 The Psychedelic Furs Love My Way
Written-By – John Ashton, Richard Butler, Tim Butler, Vince Ely
3:31
D4 Valéria Szervánszky & Ronald Cavaye Le Jardin Féerique From Ma Mère L’Oye
Composed By – Maurice Ravel
3:02
D5 Sufjan Stevens Visions Of Gideon
Written-By – Sufjan Stevens
4:08

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A Newbury Comics & Amoeba Records exclusive color vinyl pressing. Supposed to be part of a total shared pressing of 500 pieces, but this release has no number /500. Also, disc 1 is a mispress which is marble-green rather than the translucent yellow. Statement from Amoeba (from which this copy was purchased):
"I just asked one of our head buyers about that, and what happened is that the record factory did one pressing, but made a handful of extra copies in case there were any inconsistencies with the coloring of the vinyl. I guess that's what you got. Those few extra copies were not numbered...Your copy is most likely one of a kind."

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