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John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band*John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band

Label:Apple Records – PCS 7124
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Style:Pop Rock


A2Hold On1:53
A3I Found Out3:37
A4Working Class Hero3:50
PianoPhil Spector
B3Well Well Well5:59
B4Look At Me2:54
PianoBilly Preston
B6My Mummy's Dead0:49

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Fully laminated jacket with inner lyrics sleeve.

Mfd. in U.K. [labels]

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - label): YEX 827
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - label): YEX 828
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - stamped, var 1): YEX 827-1U 2 P
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - stamped, var 1): YEX 828-1U 1 GD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - stamped, var 2): YEX 827-1U 2 MD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - stamped, var 2): YEX 828-1U 2 AT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - stamped, var 3): YEX 827-1U 1 AD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - stamped, var 3): YEX 828-1U 2 AP

Other Versions (5 of 236)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band (LP, Album)ParlophonePCS 7124Israel1970
John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band (LP, Album, Los Angeles Pressing)Apple RecordsSW 3372US1970
John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band (LP, Album)Apple Records1 C 062-04 703Germany1970
John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band (LP, Album)Apple Records3 C 064 - 04703Italy1970
John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band (LP, Album)Apple RecordsPCS 7124Scandinavia1970


TheFleshExp's profile picture
This is personally my favorite album of all time. The new remixed version sounds great and is worth having as well, but this original UK pressing has never been topped…including the MoFi.
G.P.L.'s profile picture
This album is the definition of overrated. There isn't a single good track on it. None of them would have made it onto a Beatles album.
kianwelsh15's profile picture
thought id pick up an original copy of this ready for the Deluxe box set this year. fantastic!
Ohcamk's profile picture
I have one spanish edition from 1971 with J 062-92.215 number.
kevsvinyl1990's profile picture
does anyones say on the lyrics sheet inside written in black marker saying for yoko with love from john 9/10/70
listoman's profile picture

fantastically sounding vinyl. incredibly warm and deep. I would like all the items from my collection to sound like that
Yaellekl's profile picture
Edited 3 years ago

Warning !

I mention it because no one seems to signal it or to be moved in the comments ... AT ALL AND AT ALL: ATTENTION! There are two albums "Plastic Ono Band", with exactly the same cover, with nothing written on it, except that the titles inside are not the same ... one of John Lennon and another of Yoko Ono.

The one from John Lennon contains these titles:

1. Mother
2. Hold On
3. I Found Out
4. Working Class Hero
5. Insulation
6. Remember
7. Love
8. Well Well Well
9. Look at Me
10. God
11. My Mummy's Dead

Bonus tracks:

12. Power to the People
13. Do the Oz

And the one from Yoko Ono contains these titles:

1. Why
2. Why Not
3. Greenfield Morning I Pushed Empty Baby Carriage All Over The City
4. AOS
5. Touch Me
6. Paper Shoes

Bonus Tracks:

7. Open Your Box
8. Something More Abstract
9. The South Wind

Thanks to Lennon and Ono for confusing us like that! It's dishonest limit!

I wanted to buy John Lennon's Plastic Ono Band and accidentally, not knowing there was another one, I bought the one from Yoko Ono !!

Nobody warns on the Internet against the confusion between these two albums, that's why I do it here.
harakeric69's profile picture
speaking of classic : astonishing scream and intensifying musical therapy *****
steamybrown2003's profile picture
Edited 2 years ago
A beautiful "proper" debut from John, it remains a top 5 (usually #1 on many a critics’ list) essential post Beatle's era solo album without question. Sure there is "Imagine", and the rest of John's catalogue, but this album is his most solidly focused effort from beginning to end, fully holding the listeners attention. "Plastic Ono Band" is smartly conceptual (without being grandiose), deeply personal, painfully honest, and most importantly, visceral, if not therapeutic.

This 1st press 1u 1u plays beautifully, there is as much depth and directness in it's sound as there is in John's intentions. His brave focus on his own identity here is conveyed through the record's warmth and clarity. The latest 2015 vinyl digital remaster is updated to play with so much low end, that some of the original's subtleties and emotive buildups get a little buried or lost, for the unnatural sounding boomy overhaul fills in the space where the original 1u 1u used to breathe and translate. The album, and it's message, was presented correctly the first time, way back in 1970, you dig a pony?!
faf1973's profile picture
I agree with you ,this is amazing album, so fresh and full of emotions. Beautiful