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BeyoncéLemonade

Label:Parkwood Entertainment – 88985446751, Columbia – 88985446751
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Yellow, Gatefold
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop, Funk / Soul, Pop
Style:Soul, Neo Soul, Electro, Contemporary R&B

Tracklist

A1Pray You Catch Me
Executive-ProducerKnowles*
ProducerKevin Garrett (2)
3:16
A2Hold Up3:41
A3Don't Hurt Yourself
Co-producerDerek Dixie
FeaturingJack White (2)
ProducerWhite*
Producer, Written-ByKnowles*
3:54
B1Sorry
Co-producerHit-Boy
Executive-ProducerKnowles*
ProducerMelo-X
Producer [Additional]Stuart White
3:53
B26 Inch4:20
B3Daddy Lessons
Co-producerDelicata*, Dixie*
Executive-ProducerKnowles*
4:48
C1Love Drought
Executive-ProducerKnowles*
ProducerDean*
Written-ByKnowles*, Ingrid Burley, Mike Dean
3:57
C2Sandcastles
Executive-ProducerKnowles*
ProducerVincent Berry
Producer [Additional]Boots (18)
3:03
C3Forward
Executive-ProducerKnowles*
FeaturingJames Blake
Written-ByKnowles*, Blake*
1:19
C4Freedom
Executive-ProducerKnowles*
FeaturingKendrick Lamar
ProducerCoffer*, Just Blaze
Producer [Additional]Boots (18)
4:50
D1All Night5:22
D2Formation
Co-producerPluss
Executive-ProducerKnowles*
ProducerMike Will Made It
3:26
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Notes

Pressed on 180 gram yellow vinyl records. Includes a 12" x 12" booklet and a digital download card for the digital album and the "Lemonade" film.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 889854467517
  • Barcode (Text): 8 89854 46751 7
  • Matrix / Runout: (FA?) 209 850 A
  • Matrix / Runout: BL 88985446751 121514
  • Matrix / Runout: CL 88985446751 121515
  • Matrix / Runout: DL 88985446751 121515
  • Other (Catalog number on round hype sticker found on shrink's front cover): 889854467517 S1
  • Other (Catalog number on rectangular UPC sticker on shrink's back cover): 889854467517S2
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, etched, variant 1): AL 889854467517 mS MPO [two illegible characters] 17-0248 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, etched, variant 1): BL 889854467517 mS MPO 2S 17-0248 B
  • Matrix / Runout (C side runout, etched, variant 1): CL 88985446751 mS MPO SN 17-0248 C
  • Matrix / Runout (D side runout, etched variant 1): DL 88985446751 mS MP0 2E 17-0248 D

Other Versions (5 of 32)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Lemonade (12×File, FLAC, Album)Parkwood EntertainmentnoneUS2016
New Submission
Lemonade (12×File, AAC, 256 kbps, File, MPEG-4 Video, All Media, Album)Parkwood Entertainmentnone2016
New Submission
Lemonade (12×File, MP3, 256 kbps, File, MPEG-4 Video, All Media, Album, Explicit)Parkwood Entertainmentnone2016
Recently Edited
Lemonade (CD, Album, DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC)Parkwood Entertainment, Columbia, Sony Music88985336822Europe2016
New Submission
Lemonade (CD, Album, DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC)Parkwood Entertainment, Columbia88985 33682 2US2016
arunvir's avatar
arunvir
AMAZING pressing. clean your records people! (and don’t use a crosley or anything else with a $5 mechanism that has that shitty red cartridge)
sudont's avatar
sudont
I think people complaining about pops on a brand-new record are probably experiencing burrs, a byproduct of the cutting process. Pressing plants used to scrape them off, but current practice is to leave them, so as not to affect the sound. When the cutting head plows through the lacquer, it can push some lacquer up over the edge of the groove, like if you ran your finger through the dirt. A few play-throughs, or a turn through the record-cleaning machine will get rid of them. It’s not a sign of a bad pressing. Kind of the opposite, really. Play ‘em! Those pops will disappear after a while.

atrelstad's avatar
atrelstad
Side D was the least noisy, but yeah ouch. Gonna try and find a better option out there, this isn't it.
Bubbleducky's avatar
Bubbleducky
It is pretty packaging, but the pressing is noisy from side A.
barrymoonshine's avatar
Beyonce's peak work. I think she was a really strong performer on this LP. "Forward" conjures memories of drinking soup with my mother, and "Sandcastles" reminds me of having fun at the local under 18 disco's, hehe. Good vibes all around , wouild recommend to anyone who hasn't heard pop music before.

Let me know in the comments if you agree / disagree! :)
smullins96's avatar
smullins96
this is honestly one of my favorite pressings! there's so many negative comments but i thought it sounded great! i didn't notice hardly any, if at all, surface noise. i LOVE and i'm so glad i purchased! (purchased from barnes & noble)
nakotavorkota's avatar
nakotavorkota
Very noisy vinyl, side A in particular. "Pray You Catch Me" is almost impossible to listen. It's a pity, cause the album is amazing. However I agree with previous comments - the artwork is beautiful.
carterwrombouts's avatar
this pressing is not that good at all, really noisy vinyl, lots of crackles, mastering is really poor, really shallow, vocals lack clarity, not as bright as the digital. the whole package however is beautiful
drdobry's avatar
drdobry
D side with a lot of surface noise and cracle since new , despite cleaning
mhk246's avatar
mhk246
Im so shocked that people are talking down about the quality of the pressing. I absolutely LOVE this iconic album, and the pressing was no disappointment. It is super clear and has a nice amount of bass too. I really love how she included in the booklet the stages of emotions she’s dealing with throughout the songs.