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Roxy MusicRoxy Music

Label:Virgin EMI Records – 7731550
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Gatefold
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Art Rock, Experimental, Dub, Glam

Tracklist

A1Ladytron (Idjut Boys Flange Bath Version)
RemixIdjut Boys
5:56
A22HB (Leftside Wobble Beatless Mix)
RemixLeftside Wobble
5:26
B1Ladytron (Idjut Boys Golden Shrine Mix)
RemixIdjut Boys
5:12
B2Ladytron (Idjut Boys Golden Shrine Vocal Dub)
RemixIdjut Boys
4:56
CChance Meeting (Johnson Somerset Mix)8:27
D1Ladytron (Man Power Mix)
RemixMan Power (2)
6:47
D2Ladytron (Idjut Boys Golden Shrine Dub)
RemixIdjut Boys
5:06
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Made in Germany.
The barcode is printed on a sticker attached to the shrinkwrap.
The set catalogue number 7731550 is printed on the sticker; each of the two records has its own catalogue number – 7731552 and 7731553 respectively – printed on the centre labels.
Track durations are not printed on the release.
Comes with a download coupon for 24-bit WAV files of each track, downloadable from thesoundofvinyl.com.

Limited edition of 2,500 copies, released for Record Store 2019. Also known as "Roxy Music Remixes" and "Roxy Music – Debut Album Remixes", although neither title appears on the release.

Promotional text from the Record Store Day website:
"This exclusive double 12” grew out of mixes that were undertaken to celebrate the release of the super deluxe version Roxy Music’s debut album in spring 2018. Overseen from Bryan Ferry’s London HQ, these seven versions celebrate the essential otherworldliness of Roxy Music’s space age vision, stardate 1972. This strictly limited set with reinterpretations by Idjut Boys, Man Power, Leftside Wobble and Johnson Somerset was mastered by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road and features outtakes of Karl Stoecker’s legendary cover shoot photo session."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 602577315503
  • Label Code: LC7342
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: SDRM
  • Other (Catalogue number, 1st record): 7731552
  • Other (Catalogue number, 2nd record): 7731553

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70sMusicFilm's profile picture
70sMusicFilm
Edited 10 months ago
Love all these mixes! Artwork is particularly good. Idjuts deliver the goods again.
spin.me.round's profile picture
spin.me.round
did it actually come with a download code? my copy did not come with one
MEllODrOnE's profile picture
MEllODrOnE
Enjoying the mixes, mastered well, quality pressed 180g vinyl, sounds excellent. Happy to have an interesting accompaniment to my Roxy albums. Ladytron (Idjut Boys Golden Shrine Dub) is a galactic masterpiece!
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jonmoore
I'm Leftside Wobble and whilst it's true to say that the remix project grew out of the 2018 deluxe edition of Roxy's debut album. The remixes weren't completed until long after the deluxe edition of Roxy's debut album came out. My mix of 2HB was only delivered very recently.

The original plan was that they would come out at the same time, but things didn't fall into place that way.
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AloneWithStrangers
Enjoying the mixes but quite a lot of ingrained dirt & fluff in the record which a cursory clean doesn't get rid of. Accordingly have jumps in a number of places and a well fluffed up stylus.
hughjfg12's profile picture
hughjfg12
Edited 2 years ago
Really like this LP, wish there were treatments of a wider selection of tracks from that 1st LP. The 'Sound of Vinyl' download code is a complete non-starter....as usual.
wharf99's profile picture
wharf99
Edited 2 years ago
Pleasantly surprised at how good these edits/remixes actually are - I was worried they would be cheesy electro workouts, or bland dance/club mixes - but they reveal some hidden elements in the original recordings, and add subterranean, echoey, fluid and ambient effects to extend and enhance key components. I can even hear aspects of Soft Machine and Pink Floyd, which should not be that surprising. An RSD release that actually makes sense.