Label:Beggars Banquet – BBQLP 2061X
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Yellow
Style:Goth Rock


A1Hair Of The Dog
A2The Passion Of Lovers
A3Of Lilies And Remains
A5Hollow Hills
B1Kick In The Eye 2
B2In Fear Of Fear
B3Muscle In Plastic
B4The Man With X-Ray Eyes

Companies, etc.


Gatefold sleeve. This pressing has no catalogue number on the disc labels. Different pressing with the catalogue number on the labels can be found here.

Includes sticker "Celebrating 40 Years of Bauhaus. The band's second studio album, release by Beggars Banquet in 1981. Featuring colored vinyl: Yellow. Remastered in HD from analog tape."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 607618206109
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BBQ2061 178590E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BBQ2061 178590E2/A

Other Versions (5 of 81)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Mask (LP, Album, Gatefold)Beggars Banquet, Beggars BanquetBEGA 29, BEGA29UK1981
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Mask (LP, Album)Beggars Banquet656.020Netherlands1981
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Mask (LP, Album, Gatefold)Expanded MusicEX 17Italy1981
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Mask (Album, LP, Gatefold)Beggars Banquet, Beggars BanquetBEG K 58 362, (BEGA 29)France1981
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Mask (LP, Album)Beggars BanquetXBEG 29Canada1981



  • deadlydesigns's avatar
    I have a version of this on black vinyl with the same matrix and bar code.
    • Cheapfilm's avatar
      such a good album. This yellow pressing sounds really good.
      • primecut3's avatar
        Lurid yellow vinyl is such an absurd idea for such a dark album. I will stick to my original Japanese release thank you.
        • Maslakoff's avatar
          Sounds surprisingly good and dynamic for such a messy production, I must admit that I was quite surprised
          • MEllODrOnE's avatar
            Pretty suprised at the nice sound on this remaster. The first couple of songs on side A sounded like the bass was a tad bit undefined and kinda hindered the clarity but the remaining three songs on side A and side B were exceptional. When 'Of Lillies And Remains' came on, I was hit with a rich, analog sound: big, punchy drums, deep bass, stellar range, excellent detail and pretty good separation and clarity for the most part. The vocals are dynamic and present and sit well in the mix. 'Dancing' sounded pretty awesome. Nothing sounds thin or compressed, very full and expansive sound. Things really open up on 'In Fear of Fear' and those crazy synths really create an enticing stereo image and the end of the track 'Mask' is atmospheric magic. Overall, sound is excellent and this reissue makes for a more than enjoyable listen. The pressing itself is ok. There is a low-level surface noise that sounds more like static on the lead-ins and between tracks, it's not overwhelming on my copy and cannot be heard over the music, maybe a little bit during a quiet track like 'Hollow Hills' but it doesn't ruin the experience for me and the noise is hardly distracting. Vinyl is centered correctly and has a clean surface, has a very minor outer-edge warp that does not affect play. Record comes in polylined inner sleeve and regular stock gatefold. No DL code.


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