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Dee Gees (2) / Foo FightersHail Satin

Label:Roswell Records – 19439-88410-1, RCA – 19439-88410-1, Sony Music – 19439-88410-1, Roswell Records – 19439884101, RCA – 19439884101, Roswell Records – 19439884101
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, 150 Gram
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock, Funk / Soul
Style:Disco, Alternative Rock, Garage Rock, Blues Rock

Tracklist

A1Dee Gees (2)You Should Be Dancing
A2Dee Gees (2)Night Fever
A3Dee Gees (2)Tragedy
A4Dee Gees (2)Shadow Dancing
A5Dee Gees (2)More Than A Woman
B1Foo FightersMaking A Fire
Written-ByFoo Fighters
B2Foo FightersShame Shame
Written-ByFoo Fighters
B3Foo FightersWaiting On A War
Written-ByFoo Fighters
B4Foo FightersNo Son Of Mine
Written-ByFoo Fighters
B5Foo FightersCloudspotter
Written-ByFoo Fighters
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Record Store Day
RSD 2021 Drop 2
Standard Black, 150gm LP Vinyl
Limited edition packaged in a dazzling rainbow mylar sleeve.

Includes insert with photo and credits.
The record is housed in a generic paper white inner sleeve.
No download code.

No quantity given on the RSD UK website.
US version advertised as an RSD Exclusive of 12,000 copies on the US RSD website.

Made in the EU

Tracks A1 to A5: Recorded at Studio 606 in Northridge CA
Tracks B1 to B5: Recorded Live at Studio 606, Northridge, CA

Publishing and administration info:
A1 to A3, A5: Crompton Songs LLC (BMI) adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and Gibb Brothers Music (BMI) adm. by BMG Music Publishing International Ltd (PRS)
A4: Crompton Songs LLC (BMI) adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and Gibb Brothers Music (BMI) adm. by BMG Music Publishing International Ltd (PRS). Andy Gibb Music (BMI) adm. by Unichappell Music Inc., Hugh and Barbara Gibb Music (BMI) adm. by Unichappell Music Inc., Joy USA Music Company (BMI) adm. by Unichappell Music Inc.

B1 to B5:
M.J.-Twelve Music Music (BMI) adm. by Kobalt Music Publishing. Living Under A Rock Music (ASCAP) adm. by Kobalt Music Publishing. Flying Earform Music (BMI) adm. by BMG Rights Management. I Love The Punk Rock Music (BMI) adm. by Kobalt Music Publishing. Ruthensmear Music (BMI) adm. by BMG Rights Management, Tovy Tunes (ASCAP) adm. by Kobalt Music Publishing.

Runout info:
-58168- & STERLING are stamped. The rest is etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 194398841014
  • Barcode (Text): 1 9439-88410-1 4
  • Label Code: LC00316
  • Rights Society (Labels): BIEM/GEMA
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: PRS
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Other (Insert #): 19439-88410-1I1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 19439-88410-1SA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 19439-88410-1SB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched & stamped): 19439-88410-1A (4) -58168-I RKS STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched & stamped): 19439-88410-1B (4) RKS STERLING -58168- II

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Hail Satin (LP, Album, Limited Edition)Roswell Records, RCA19439-88410-1US2021
New Submission
Hail Satin / Live (10×File, FLAC, 96kHz · 24bit)RCA RecordsnoneUS2021
New Submission
Hail Satin (CDr, Album, Unofficial Release)Not On Label (Dee Gees (2))AA2102Russia2021
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carywhitt
Edited one month ago
Even with a hot secondary market this should not be anything over a $100 record. Slowly the market is trending in that direction with a median price around $95.00. Things are coming down a bit now that people's romance with the novelty of this LP has waned. A min of 12,000 were pressed (I'd guess more than that) but I understand the Foos are a big band with a big following, but that is still a healthy number. In the end, just don't go spending over a $100 for it because that amount of money can easily be spent of much better, and rewarding records that belong in almost every collection.
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MrFlocky
This is a solid sounding pressing, my personal fav on the JBL L220’s is Tragedy! Of course it’s not as good as the Bee Gees but Dave and the boys did fine enough.
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CallMeHam
12,000 were pressed, around 2,000 people have this record? So 10,000 are hoarded in vinyl stores? Why? Don't pay these prices ... with 200 Euros you can start a record collection at the flea market :-) The record store day has mutated into a money machine.
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TomiZpraze
Brace yourself guys!
Bootlegs are comming soon!

Avaibility and aftermarked prices are just retarded. Some rumors says, that second press is not comming out, if thats true, i am looking forward on some interesting marble neon transparent bootlegs😀😀
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supere10
Dee Gees is awful. Lame 1:1 copies of the original songs. Nothing new. I hoped for a Foo approach to the songs, but this sounds like the Bee Gees in studio in 2021. Lame. Why record cover songs when not making them your own and just exactly copy the originals?

The Foo album is great. Great rock music. 3 stars only for the Foo side.
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Barrcode
and the winner is sissysound.com with the top price of €666. Don’t forget, support your local record store. Opening times on their website, grab a bargain.
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kpaynter
The album is now available on iTunes. This will probably end the insane flipping prices.
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MankyCrack
I actually really enjoyed it =| - Scalpers can go spin tho
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oldschoolrekkids
Edited 3 months ago
12,000 copies. 2nd rate music. RSD stores don't charge more. We can't. It's the consumers on ebay and discogs greed and stupidity that prey on the pandemonium.
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peebug
I originally thought this was a cool idea, the Foo’s covering Bee Gees, but having listened too both versions the Bee Gee’s still sound way better - it’s always tricky doing covers, you really have to ignite an hitherato unknown element to make it work, for me the Foo’s brought a facsimile version that almost nearly worked …