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    The CharlatansBetween 10th And 11th / Isolation 12.2.91

    Label:Beggars Banquet – BBQ2165LP, Situation Two – BBQ2165LP
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Clear
    Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Remastered, Clear
    All Media, Expanded Edition
    Country:UK
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    Genre:Rock
    Style:Indie Rock

    Tracklist

    Between 10th And 11th
    A1I Don't Want To See The Sights
    A2Ignition
    A3Page One
    A4Tremelo Song
    A5The End Of Everything
    B1Subtitle
    B2Can't Even Be Bothered
    B3Weirdo
    B4Chewing Gum Weekend
    B5(No One) Not Even The Rain
    Isolation 21.2.91 Live At Chicago Metro
    C1Imperial 109
    C2The Only One I Know
    C3Then
    C4Happen To Die
    C5White Shirt
    D1Indian Rope
    D2Opportunity
    D3Sproston Green
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    ℗ 2020 Beggars Banquet Ltd © 2020 Beggars Banquet Ltd
    Original release ℗ & © 1992 Situation Two
    Beggars Banquet Records Limited

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 607618216511
    • Matrix / Runout (A side, runout, etched / stamped): BBQ2165 LP A2 MPO® 20165828
    • Matrix / Runout (B side, runout, etched / stamped): BBQ2165 LP B MPO® 19147320
    • Matrix / Runout (C side, runout, etched / stamped): BBQ2165 LP C MPO® 20166214
    • Matrix / Runout (D side, runout, etched / stamped): BBQ2165 LP D MPO® 20166210

    Other Versions (5 of 52)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album)Beggars Banquet US, RCABEG 07863 61108-2, 61108-2US1992
    Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album)Situation Two30978France1992
    Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album, Stereo)Beggars BanquetALCB 495Japan1992
    Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album)Situation TwoSITU 37 CDUK1992
    Between 10th And 11th (CD, Album)Beggars Banquet GermanySPV 084-05092Germany1992

    Reviews

    Baldersheim's profile picture
    Baldersheim
    Spend some extra money on an original vinyl, this album deserve a better pressing, (and the live stuff is not so exsiting).
    Snowmantn's profile picture
    Snowmantn
    Abysmal pressing. Whoever was in charge of quality control didn’t even listen to a test pressing because they would have noticed the audible gaps between the seamless songs. An insult to band and amazing album, this version should be recalled by the label. Surface noise is present as well. This was part of the great vinyl rush of 2020 where labels tried to put out as much stuff as fast as possible to make a buck and it shows. Just, unreal that this made it to the shelves.
    andr3wpd's profile picture
    andr3wpd
    Crackles in right channel through all of side 2. So sick of these crappy pressings
    SgtPwepper's profile picture
    SgtPwepper
    There is an one second gap in the cross fade between 'Tremelo Song' and 'The End of Everthing'.
    barfly.dc's profile picture
    barfly.dc
    I received my copy yesterday and listened last night. It was clean, and it definitely revealed depth I haven't heard before (listening to mp3s) but it didn't sound as crisp as I've come to expect from vinyl. It was almost as if it was mastered off of a CD rather than actual source. I know that's not what actually happened, but I'm a bit disappointed in the sound quality.
    fordhamroad's profile picture
    fordhamroad
    Sounds great (In my opinion). Flat and quiet. Nice pressing. Cover art is the only bummer. It is lackluster and looks cheap.
    mistermono's profile picture
    mistermono
    Mastering info, per Beggar's Banquet:

    Originally remastered at Metropolis - Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road cut the live source from digital and flat cut from the Metropolis masters ( which were originally from analogue).
    noodles666's profile picture
    noodles666
    I did not expect this reissue so good. Dead quiet clear vinyl, pressed at MPO. Bonus Vinyl is nice too.
    krudster's profile picture
    krudster
    Edited one year ago
    What is the point of this 'reimagined' artwork? It looks like the original was put through a colour photocopier and messed around with. I know this is a common factor with reissues, but this one is a particularly grim example of 'sod it, no-one will care/notice'. Well guess what? It's obvious. No attempt to match the nice textured cover of old, the definition is fuzzy, and the colours are completely off. Just get the original and don't waste your time with these tossed off reissues.
    Spatzo's profile picture
    Spatzo
    I had to crack this one open and compare it to the UK release. Once again, the original blows away the re-release. Better sound stage and detail overall. However, the 2020 is really good. You won't be disappointed with it IMO. Haven't listened to Isolation, so I can't comment on it yet.