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Type O NegativeNone More Negative

Label:Run Out Groove – ROGV-079, Roadrunner Records – ROGV-079
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Green/Black mixed
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Green/Black mixed
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Green/Black mixed
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Green/Black mixed
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Green/Black mixed
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Green/Black mixed
Box Set, Compilation, Limited Edition, Reissue
Country:USA & Europe
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Genre:Rock
Style:Doom Metal, Gothic Metal, Hardcore, Heavy Metal

Tracklist

Slow, Deep And Hard
AUnsuccessfully Coping With The Natural Beauty Of Infidelity12:39
B1Der Untermensch8:54
B2Xero Tolerance7:45
C1Prelude To Agony12:14
C2Glass Walls Of Limbo (Dance Mix)6:41
D1The Misinterpretation Of Silence And Its Disastrous Consequences1:04
D2Gravitational Constant: G = 6.67 x 10⁻⁸ cm⁻³ gm⁻¹ sec⁻²9:14
D3Hey Pete (Pete's Ego Trip Version)
Arranged By [Re-arranged By]Peter Steele
Written-ByBilly Roberts
5:19
The Origin Of The Feces
EI Know You're Fucking Someone Else
F1Are You Afraid
F2Gravity
F3Pain
G1Kill You Tonight
G2Hey Pete
Written-ByTraditional
G3Kill You Tonight (Reprise)
HParanoid
DrumsJohnny Kelly
Written-ByWard*, Osbourne*, Butler*, Iommi*
Bloody Kisses
I1Machine Screw
I2Christian Woman
I3Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare-All)
J1Fay Wray Come Out And Play
J2Kill All The White People
J3Summer Breeze
Written-ByDash Crofts, Jim Seals
J4Set Me On Fire
K1Dark Side Of The Womb
K2We Hate Everyone
K3Bloody Kisses (A Death In The Family)
L13.0.I.F.
L2Too Late: Frozen
L3Blood & Fire
L4Can't Lose You
October Rust
M1Bad Ground
M2Untitled
M3Love You To Death
M4Be My Druidess
M5Green Man
N1Red Water (Christmas Mourning)
N2My Girlfriend's Girlfriend
N3Die With Me
O1Burnt Flowers Falling
O2In Praise Of Bacchus
O3Cinnamon Girl
Written-ByNeil Young
P1The Glorious Liberation Of The People's Technocratic Republic Of Vinnland By The Combined Forces Of The United Territories Of Europa
P2Wolf Moon (Including Zoanthropic Paranoia)
P3Haunted
P4Untitled
World Coming Down
Q1Skip It
Created By [New version of "Skip It" conceived and created by]Pete Weiss
Q2White Slavery
Q3Sinus
Q4Everyone I Love Is Dead
Q5Who Will Save The Sane?
R1Liver
R2World Coming Down
R3Creepy Green Light
S1Everything Dies
S2Lung
S3Pyretta Blaze
T1All Hallow's Eve
T2Day Tripper (Medley)
Written-ByG.Harrison*, J. Lennon*, P. McCartney*
Life Is Killing Me
U1Thir13teen
Composed ByJack Marshall
U2I Don't Wanna Be Me
U3Less Than Zero (<0)
U4Todd's Ship Gods (Above All Things)
U5I Like Goils
V1...A Dish Best Served Coldly
V2How Could She?
V3Life Is Killing Me
W1Nettie
W2(We Were) Electrocute
W3IYDKMIGTHTKY (Gimme That)
X1Angry Inch
Composed ByStephen Trask
X2Anesthesia
X3Drunk In Paris
X4The Dream Is Dead
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All 6 Roadrunner studio albums re-mastered for improved fidelity, pressed on 140g green and black mixed color vinyl in 380g direct to board gatefold jackets.
Includes a 36''x12'' fold out poster, one-sided 12'' insert with track listings and credits, and a backstage laminate exclusive to this set.

Limited to 7500 copies worldwide.

Includes the following albums:

Slow, Deep And Hard
The Origin Of The Feces
Bloody Kisses
October Rust
World Coming Down
Life Is Killing Me

Track D3 on 'Slow, Deep And Hard' is a bonus track.
Track K1 on 'Bloody Kisses' is shortened 11 seconds from the original.
Track Q1 on 'World Coming Down' is a new, vinyl-specific version.

Pressing plant uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.

Product Of Vinnland Ⓚ

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 81227 91130 0
  • Barcode (String): 081227911300
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Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
None More Negative (2×LP, Album, Green Translucent, 2×LP, Album, Green Translucent, 2×LP, Album, Green Translucent, 2×LP, Album, Green Translucent, 2×LP, Album, Green Translucent, 2×LP, Album, Green Translucent, Box Set, Compilation, Limited Edition)Roadrunner Records1686-176701US2011
New Submission
None More Negative (2×LP, Album, Test Pressing, 2×LP, Album, Test Pressing, 2×LP, Album, Test Pressing, 2×LP, Album, Test Pressing, 2×LP, Album, Test Pressing, 2×LP, Album, Test Pressing, All Media, Compilation, Test Pressing)Roadrunner RecordsnoneUS2011
muzicpainter's avatar
muzicpainter
I was lucky enough to grab this when it came out.
Every record sounds fantastic. The box and jackets are all really nice and heavy.
Run Out Groove did the box set justice. Supposedly the color of the vinyl is the correct color green too, as the original RSD box set wasn't according to the band.

Right now these are selling on here for $360, which actually isn't too awfully terrible. They were $200 new, and about $240 after shipping and tax.
jeroengeerts's avatar
jeroengeerts
Bought this round releaseday, as soon as my local shop got it in. Just here to report my copy is entirely correct and pretty much flawless overal. All records are flat and free of non fill and other noise. All got one round on the Okki Nokki and sound great, apart from a little crackle here and there. Very happy with this box! :)
acfamusic's avatar
acfamusic
DON'T buy a sealed box! WHY? "The Origin Of The Feces" is in 50% not in it, but 2x "Bloody Kisses" !! - ask the Seller - I know, we love to collect still sealed records, but if you know that, there is a 50% chance for an complete box and this is money you will lose... you need to know it as a Buyer, in my opinion
jondubb35's avatar
jondubb35
Edited 2 years ago
The only complaint I have with this set, are the individual album covers. To me, it just doesn’t look right not having the album name/band name on each record, as they were on the original releases. I guess that’s a minor gripe I have, and at the end of the day it’s about the music. With that said, the records all sound great, and I’m happy to finally have my TON vinyl collection complete.
recordsareprettycool's avatar
Edited 2 years ago
All the albums sound impeccable, blows my mind the fact they're coloured with how good it is!!
The only downside is the packaging, once you get the poster out, good luck fitting it back in without ruining it.. gonna have to frame it. Other than that, sounds brilliant.
TheSecretWeapon's avatar
I've emailed ROG on Oct 1st mentioned my problems with this set. Every week I get a generic email stating they apologize and that soon they will be shipping me a replacement. Starting to get hard to believe. My Origin disc 1 has a second copy of October Rust disc 1 instead and 3 of the 6 sleeves were seam split on the top. Aside from these issues, I don't think they sound quite as good as the 2011 set but it has been a long time since I have heard it. I also don't like the packaging as much as the 2011 set. Still worth it for the missing albums from my collection but would rather have a 2011 set if prices were reasonable. Will have to see if ROG makes good on their promise to fix the mistakes as well, almost been 1 full month now.
Svartaheim's avatar
Svartaheim
Edited 2 years ago
Beautiful release, all vinyls play perfect. It would be great if the box included the lyrics as well though.
Ardroth's avatar
Ardroth
Edited 2 years ago
My set arrived intact, with everything included. I have spent a full week with the set and can say I'm about 80% satisfied. Overall, the presentation is very nice - minimalist black box and cover art with no words really looks great and works well for this set. The liner notes inside each gatefold are a nice addition. The "extras" are nothing special - just a tiny creditcard sized replica "laminate", a single sheet with all the tracks/credits, and a medium sized poster. The "green/black" LP's are predominantly green, with a slight hint of black marbling, but they still look excellent. All my LP's were labeled correctly.

I have listened to each album all the way through with the exception of "Bloody Kisses", since I already own the 2018 3xLP version that ROG released last year. The nice thing is that 11 out of 12 LP's (more info below) lay flat, are centered properly, and have no surface noise. I am mostly happy with the sound, but there are traces of inner groove distortion and some vocal sibilance on a few sides, so they may be cut a tad hot but it's not enough to ruin the experience. To my ears, SD&H and WCD sound the best out of the set.

My personal disappointment is with LP1 of "Life is Killing Me" as it is defective. Very badly warped, so my cartridge has a lot of difficulty tracking properly. Every time the stylus rolls over the edge warp it creates a loud distorted tearing sound. There is also a very large scuff/scratch in between "how could she?" and "life is killing me" on side 2 which the stylus has trouble tracking over and gets stuck. It will eventually dislodge itself and continue after several rotations, but it is very annoying. Furthermore, there are 4 chunks of vinyl missing from the outer edge. I have contacted ROG customer service to see if it is possible to replace this 1 botched LP, especially since a big reason I invested in this set was so that I would finally have WCD and LIKM on vinyl. If I were to buy this again, I personally wouldn't spend more than $150 USD on it - the laminate is fairly insignificant, the mastering is slightly too hot on most of the LP's resulting in some noticeable IGB/Sibilance, there are no lyrics included. For the average retail cost of $200 USD I was expecting better, but I can live with this 2019 set since I missed out on the original from 2011 initially and I'm content having all the RR albums available on vinyl.

EDIT: *updated Nov. 13 2019* After I contacted customer support I was sent out a replacement copy of "Life is Killing Me". The good news is that the replacement does not have any of the pressing defects mentioned above and seems to play mostly OK, however the bad news is that LP1 is still very warped. The cartridge looks like it is riding a rollercoaster as it tracks. The other 11 LP's are perfectly flat, but BOTH copies of LIKM LP1 are badly warped and I do not understand why. Anyway, the customer service for ROG has been really responsive and willing to work things out, so that has been a relief.
cthulhujugend's avatar
Mine made it to Canada. Intact and correct. After Paypal was involved. (If you're missing the laminate and that's chaffin' your sack, it's lame anyway.)
dingbat46's avatar
dingbat46
I received my copy a few days ago. Just finished the last record in the set. This has been a long time coming... so I’m so damn happy to finally have it. I’ll admit that my copy of World Coming Down does have some audible distortion during All Hallows’ Eve, however it collectively lasts maybe 10 seconds in all. It’s a bitch, but there are worse things. My cover for Life is Killing Me also a few scratches on it that have taken off some of the black, but again, it is what it is. Anything mass-produced is bound to have some small imperfections here and there. Rest In Peace, Peter. You’re sorely missed!!!