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Lady GagaChromatica

Label:Interscope Records – 00602508854132, Streamline Records – 00602508854132
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc
Country:USA & Europe
Genre:Electronic, Pop
Style:Dance-pop, Synth-pop, House, Nu-Disco, Electro


A1Lady GagaChromatica I1:00
A2Lady GagaAlice2:58
A3Lady GagaStupid Love3:14
A4Lady Gaga With Ariana GrandeRain On Me3:02
A5Lady GagaFree Woman3:11
A6Lady GagaFun Tonight2:53
A7Lady GagaChromatica II0:42
A8Lady Gaga9112:52
B1Lady GagaPlastic Doll3:42
B2Lady Gaga With BLACKPINKSour Candy2:38
B3Lady GagaEnigma3:00
B4Lady GagaReplay3:07
B5Lady GagaChromatica III0:28
B6Lady Gaga With Elton JohnSine From Above4:05
B7Lady Gaga1000 Doves3:35
B8Lady GagaBabylon2:42

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Available via Lady Gaga's webstore and other exclusive retailers.
“Chromatica” misspelled on the hype sticker, as it’s missing the “i”.

Sold in the shops as limited.

Made in Czech Republic

Some copies were distributed including a 5" x 5" printed card handsigned by Lady Gaga.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02508 85413 2
  • Barcode (String): 602508854132
  • Label Code: LC 06406
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Side A stamped/etched): B003185201-A RKS STERLING 204525E1/A B0031852-01A (²)
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Side B stamped/etched): B003185201-B RKS STERLING 204525E2/AA1 B0031852-01B (²)
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Side A stamped/etched): B003185201-A RKS STERLING 204525E1/A2 ̶A̶ B0031852-01A (²)
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Side B stamped/etched): B003185201-B RKS STERLING 204525E2/AA1 B0031852-01B (²)
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3, Side A stamped/etched): B003185201-A RKS STERLING 204525E1/A6 ̶A̶ B0031852-01 A (²)
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3, Side B stamped/etched): B003185201-B RKS STERLING 204525E2/AA5 B0031852-01 B (²)
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM

Other Versions (5 of 42)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Chromatica (Cassette, Album, Lime Green)Interscope Records00602507123017UK2020
New Submission
Chromatica (Cassette, Album, Pink)Interscope Records00602508854224UK2020
New Submission
Chromatica (Cassette, Album, Transparent Green)Interscope Records00602508854088UK2020
New Submission
Chromatica (16×File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps)Interscope Recordsnone2020
Chromatica (CD, Album)Interscope Records, Streamline RecordsB0032000-02US2020
erasercut's profile picture
lady gaga is a mystery to me. compliment given--she has a real,untouched amazing singing voice..shes proven it many times,on stage,film,and live duets...its her choice of material that just lacks-it doesnt play to her strengths.maybe doing it to get on the radio is the is the goal,but why sound like the rest...especially when the current state of radio lacks any clear style,and can lack a pulse. when all the dance tracks sound alike,and the so-called hip hop is mumbling to laptop beats...i'd be calling up some top notch vocalists,and producers and do what all the others can't--showcase the best asset,the voice. for years her pop music,and her style come off as half realized compared to her surrendering her "edge" and being the great singer she is. because is 2021,pop music radio is dead...its gone to the image mongers...she needs to go with what she really has got;we all know she has transcended the pop why go back?
BADBadener's profile picture
I'm quite surprised about the sound quality and mastering. This one isn't a bad picture disc at all!
I've recorded a few tracks and sent them over to a friend to compare it with the CD version (He's an audio technician) and he was really surprised how the dynamics are much better handled. I'd assume, that the mastering was the same for all vinyl releases.

That being said, my needle on my Technics SL-5, despite doing all i can, does seem to cause some harsh highs on certain tracks. It doesn't distort them at least, but they are not clean.
From what i've heard on my Youtube, that might be really just my setup.

I was hesitating whether to buy the picture disc or one of the other coloured versions. But since i don't have much picture discs at all and never had a *bad* experience with them + the artwork is better, i went with it.
Yes, there is more surface noise, but the album is loud enough overall and quieter parts don't suffer from it, either.

High-Class Audiophiles can go with the standard versions, everyone else might be actually better of with this one, because you get at least some kind of artwork.
FranGerm's profile picture
I just received it, and I wasn't expecting a lot of this since its a picture disc, but it sounds soooo good. The only thing that kinda disappointed me is the plastic sleeve (that is the same in the milky vinyl). It makes it look cheaper
midnightrunner's profile picture
Edited one year ago
Lady Gaga just looks so good and stylish on the front of this picture disc, that also has a surprisingly good sound quality, in my opinion. However, my mam has told me that, if Lady Gaga ever comes around to our house for dinner, of spicy meatballs, then she would have to take off those big shoes and leave them by the front door, so as to ensure the heels do not leave marks on the nice new wooden floor, that we have had put in the hallway. I hope that this does happen, as I will ask to go to the toliet, halfway through dinner, and then secretly sniff them!!
Grantosterone's profile picture
Agree with opinions that this was fairly low-effort for a Gaga vinyl. The transparent sleeve for The Fame Monster picture disc at least included a fold-over top with a strap to tuck it into. Chromatica is short, but I'm still surprised that this album wasn't spread over two discs. (I really appreciated that the longer Special Edition of Born This Way was the only Vinyl pressing and wonder if we will eventually get Chromatica IV added as a deluxe edition.) My record arrived noticeably warped but still plays fine.
8o8wave's profile picture
I think its just unfortunate that we got the best club songs ever at a time when all clubs were shot down
tomionvinyl's profile picture
Sounds like your usual picture disc, a little muffled compared to the other variants, but not bad at all. As for design, this is probably your best option if you’d like to own a piece of the album visuals, but that’s not saying much as all the other vinyl editions are shockingly lazy.
underorbit's profile picture
Edited one year ago
Dissenting opinion? I kinda dig it. It's simple and striking. I do wish they'd stop packaging picture discs in that awful plastic sleeve, but nothing a poly-lined inner can't fix. I'd like liner notes; I prefer, like, Tool's Lateralus where they packaged it in traditional (for Tool) sleeves but was definitely picture discs. As for the sound quality, sounds ok to my ears, but obviously if you want audiophile quality you'll skip the picture disc version (unavailability of The Fame Monster as such notwithstanding).
drewrah's profile picture
Edited one year ago
all picture discs are disappointing and the plastic sleeve will split too ahahah the picture seems to wrong too, ive seen it and the hype sticker definitely is spelt right
jazzyg72's profile picture
This disc is so bizarrely bland that it has me questioning if she has relinquished creative control of her music merchandise? I cant imagine she would sign off on something so generic looking. My last thought is maybe it was rushed thru the production system due to Covid19 and she never saw art proofs for it. I almost hope that is the case Very disappointing.