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Heartbreakers*L.A.M.F. - The Found '77 Masters

Label:Jungle Records – TRACKLP77
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered, Stereo, Purple
Country:USA & Europe
Style:Rock & Roll, Punk


A1Born To Lose
A2Baby Talk
A3All By Myself
Written-ByNolan*, Lure*
A4I Wanna Be Loved
A5It's Not Enough
A6Chinese Rocks
Written-ByDee Dee Ramone, Hell*
A7Get Off The Phone
Written-ByNolan*, Lure*
B1Pirate Love
B2One Track Mind
Written-ByNolan*, Lure*
B3I Love You
B4Goin' Steady
B5Let Go
Written-ByNolan*, Thunders*
B6Can´t Keep My Eyes On You
Written-ByNolan*, Lure*
B7Do You Love Me
Written-ByBerry Gordy Jnr*

Companies, etc.



℗ 1977 Track Records.
© 2021 Jungle Records

Tracks A1, A2, A4, A5, B1, B3, B4 BMG Rights Management
Tracks A3, A7, B2, B6 Jungle Music/Bucks Music Group Ltd
Track A6 Warner Chappell North America
Track B5 Jungle Music/Bucks Music Group Ltd / BMG Rights Management
Track B7 EMI Music/Jobete Music

Made in Czechia
Direct Metal Mastered from 24-bit audio transfer from analogue tape.
A limited edition pressing of 1,100 in transparent purple vinyl. Inner bag with new notes by Simon Wright, plus a 12" poster with Roberta Bayley cover outtake pic.

A1 is transcribed as 'Born Too Loose' on rear sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5013145213414
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): TRACKLP77-A 219984E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): TRACKLP77-B 219984E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): TRACKLP77/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): TRACKLP77/B

Other Versions (5 of 17)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
L.A.M.F. (LP, Album, Stereo)Track Record2409 218Germany1977
L.A.M.F. (LP, Album)Track Record, Track Record2409 218, 2409-218UK1977
New Submission
L.A.M.F. (LP, Album)Track RecordZPLTR 34025Italy1977
New Submission
L.A.M.F. (LP, Album)Track Record, Polydor2409 218Netherlands1977
New Submission
L.A.M.F. (LP, Album)Track Record940552France1977
sillyworm's profile picture
Edited one month ago
I did end up getting a copy from Germany...but the dealer ignored my shipping/ packing came in a square box( death right there and only one cardboard padding sheet)..Luckily the Cover was not damaged( slightest bump)..but the inner sleeve is damaged on 2 corners and LP disc outlined....ya know it's a pain to return an LP I'm eating it( minus a $10 refund fee I requested..honored..not quite fixing the issue but now look at the prices? So..I'll be lucky to recoup if I ever sell...happy to have and a PayPal dispute helps no one here( overseas)...only time this has happend overseas... I get pretty descriptive with my .shipping requirements( and will pay extra)..figures as this is HTF..none I have seen USA side offered.
JakeHannaford's profile picture
Sounds better than any sort of "remaster" or "remix" but pound for pound I prefer the UK cassette and Italian LP. The vocals are often stronger and more up front on this reissue but the music was scaled back to achieve it at least it sounds such to me.
Pentastone's profile picture
Don't stress finding or pay through the nose for a copy of this. Just read this quote regarding a repress from Jungle records on youtube: "RSD USA underestimated demand when they made their stock order (long before it was announced). We're able to repress one year after the original RSD release, so expect something then. A CD version is being prepared for October."
Alan_Always's profile picture
The RSD website states this pressing is an edition of 1100 copies.
jon.torrez.3's profile picture
Never had this on vinyl, but now it's available and reasonably priced considering your alternatives. Not going to yell about audiophile-related matters for a record known for its post-production issues. It sounds as a rock and roll record ought to.
rezmole's profile picture
Excellent sound on this. I thought it would sound exactly the same as the original Track cassette which I bought when it was first released, but there are very slight differences. I still prefer the cassette but that could just be that I'm so used to it. But, this pressing doesn't have the tape hiss, so I'm sure I'll end up playing this one all the time. Certainly better than all the "lost mixes". Love it.
saxonman1's profile picture
i can hear the sound upgrade on this lp as at first i to had mixed feelings about buying this yet again, i feel the best next copy of this to get is the cd box set that came out back in 2012 as you get early live heartbreakers stuff w/ richard hell still in the band as i am still a fan of the cd format i did feel the discs on that box set had a good up graded sound to them all, regardless here we are 9 years later already in 2021 & and i decided to spring for this lp ONE LAST TIME and to be fair i can hear the sound upgrade on this lp as opposed to other vinyl issues over the past 44 years.......... this comes on nice purple vinyl as stated & has a 12 inch sheet photo of the band....... like stated by another reviewer here just be careful with the printed inner sleeve as it is very tight getting the lp out......... in the end im glad i purchased this AGAIN.................
Garyx5x's profile picture
I was pretty skeptical about this at first, but having listened I am impressed.
It finally does sound clear without the muffled whatever. Instruments and backup
vocals shine through my speakers without the haze or cloudiness. I think if Jungle
had more money and resources an expensive remaster would make this close to
perfect, but I am happy with this. I have recorded a crude comparison transfer of
I Love You and a few bits of the songs before and after. This pressing is first,
followed by my original copy:

Sorry it's an mp3, FLAC was too big.

Perhaps now I can stop looking for the cassette or the rumoured
non-muffled European pressings that seem to be mere legend.
dapenland's profile picture
With all of the reissues of it out there, this album has, without exaggeration, never sounded this good.
kaaos-82's profile picture
Amazing record, best sounding version to date. Only gripe is the poster is 12x12 instead of 24x18 and the record is awfully tight inside the inner sleeve. Immediately swap the inner sleeve rather than attempt to put it back in. Essential pickup.