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    BaronessRed Album

    Label:Relapse Records – RR 6721
    Format:
    2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Misprint, Reissue, Repress, Blood Red and Black Galaxy Merge Standard Gram
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Stoner Rock, Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Sludge Metal

    Tracklist

    A1Rays On Pinion
    A2The Birthing
    B1Isak
    B2Wailing Wintry Wind
    B3Cockroach En Fleur
    C1Wanderlust
    C2Aleph
    C3Teeth Of A Cogwheel
    D1O'Appalachia
    D2Grad
    TrumpetTony Roebuck
    D3Untitled
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    Notes

    1000 x Blood Red and Black Galaxy Merge Standard Gram

    D-side is labeled with duplicate B-side label

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Scanned (Stickered)): 781676443819
    • Other (SKU Code): LP4438R

    Other Versions (5 of 39)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Recently Edited
    Red Album (CD, Album)Relapse RecordsRR 6721-2US2007
    Recently Edited
    Red Album (CD, Album)Relapse RecordsYSCY-1085Japan2007
    New Submission
    The Red Album (CD, Album, Promo, Copy Protected)Relapse RecordsnoneUS2007
    New Submission
    The Red Album (CD, Album, Promo, Copy Protected)Relapse RecordsRR6721-2Europe2007
    Red Album (11×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Relapse RecordsnoneUS2007

    Reviews

    nopussyfooting's avatar
    Typical GZ and Relapse shit quality control on this one. Idc about the mislabel, though that's def a fault. Sound quality aside, they shouldn't be letting records out that are this warped. It's so dished my side B & C only contacts the platter at the label, and the disc will continue spinning after I stop the turntable's rotation. I really doubt my TT could track this record if I didn't have a clamp. Each side of the records had about 100 fine scratches too. Not really going to effect sound quality (especially on this album), but you never want to see that on a brand new record. If this was a one-off it would be fine, but it's just so constant with Relapse at this point. Love the label, but please up your QC.

    The disc color/design definitely isn't as cool as the website mock-up, but that's really just a peripheral issue.

    In regards to true sound quality, it's great. The low end is super heavy, but doesn't sacrifice much definition. No real distortion on the highs either. If anything, this pressing lacks in mid-range clarity when compared to the original CD. At least to my ears. But it's really not a problem, as this is a super enjoyable and captivating listen.

    My only other complaint is in the way the sides are split. Maybe this is the only way they could do it, but the transition from side 1 to 2 is a particularly awkward and clunky one, even though they attempt to remedy it by leading in side 2 with the inter-song transition. Just a minor gripe.

    I think I paid $20 for this during their black Friday sale, and it was definitely worth it.
    mattmsp78's avatar
    mattmsp78
    All,
    Representative from Relapse Records has confirmed that this pressing has a labeling issue as noted in previous comments. This is a misprint and the issue is that all D-sides have a duplicate B-side label.
    algernhardt's avatar
    algernhardt
    my D side is also mislabeled with the B side sticker. Otherwise, it sounds amazing and looks hella cool.
    tahoejeff's avatar
    tahoejeff
    Sounds really good, but side D is mislabeled with a second side B label.
    Mr.Tondy's avatar
    Mr.Tondy
    Anyone else end up with two Side B labels? I’m missing a Side D label
    gangreeen's avatar
    gangreeen
    How does this pressing sound to you? Ten words needed.