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Dee Gees (2) / Foo FightersHail Satin

Label:Roswell Records – 19439-88410-1, RCA – 19439-88410-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition
Country:US
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
B2Foo FightersShame Shame
B3Foo FightersWaiting On A War
B4Foo FightersNo Son Of Mine
B5Foo FightersCloudspotter
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Credits

Notes

Record Store Day 2021 (Drop 2) exclusive of 12,000 copies.

Side A is a tribute by Foo Fighters to Bee Gees. Side B are live tracks from Medicine At Midnight.

Issued in "Dazzling Rainbow Mylar Sleeve."

Flat-edged disc pressing.

Includes insert with photo and credits, with catalog number 19439-88410-1I1.

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

Track publishers:
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.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 194398841014
  • Barcode (Text): 1 9439-88410-1 4
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: PRS
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 19439-88410-1SA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 19439-88410-1SB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 19439-88410-1A (3) RKS STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 19439-88410-1B (3) RKS STERLING

Other Versions (5)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Hail Satin (LP, Album, Limited Edition, 150 Gram)Roswell Records, RCA, Sony Music, Roswell Records, RCA, Roswell Records19439-88410-1, 19439884101Europe2021
New Submission
Hail Satin / Live (10×File, FLAC, 96kHz · 24bit)RCA RecordsnoneUS2021
New Submission
Hail Satin (CDr, Album, Unofficial Release)Star Line (7)SL21021Russia2021
Hail Satin (CDr, Album, Unofficial Release)Not On Label (Dee Gees (2))AA2102Russia2021
New Submission
Hail Satin (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release, purple)Roswell Records (2), RCA (2)19439-88410-1Europe2021
  • smokingeo's avatar
    smokingeo
    Damn you guys that are hating on this -- wtf? I dug every track... I'm an old dude that lived through SNF --the Bee Gees side was great covers, and the live side kicked ass. Not sure what you knuckleheads are thinking.
    • mikeygags's avatar
      mikeygags
      RIP Taylor Hawkins.
      All the copies are gone today lol

      I really enjoy this record
      • macohen808's avatar
        macohen808
        Not a big fan of RSD Day manufactured collectibility anyway, but why spend good money on a few
        • cgtink's avatar
          cgtink
          The unofficial purple vinyl edition is trash. I purchased on eBay and knew something didn't seem right, but I also wasn't going to pay $250 for a RSD copy. I don't live near a record store, so buying one on the day wasn't an option. Anyway, the surface noise is loud and distracting. I might try giving it a clean, but straight out of the shrink wrap, it's trash.
          • GVOLTT's avatar
            GVOLTT
            Even if this does get an eventual repressing, I'd still like to see an official CD version at some point.
            • cornejod's avatar
              cornejod
              There will probably be a repressing and prices will drop. Maybe the sleeve won't be as shiny or the vinyl won't be as thick. I played a few of their videos. It's a nice record to have but I can live without it.
              • Aneurysm94's avatar
                Aneurysm94
                My guess is that very soon an unofficial LP version of this will surface for around £20, just like the Medium Rare release as bootleggers know they will sell tonnes of them.
                • devotown's avatar
                  devotown
                  Typical robbery by being an RSD release. More copies could have been pressed, and all sold, to fans instead of flippers if this was just a "regular" release. Can't stand what it has become.
                  • Booj1Boy's avatar
                    Booj1Boy
                    Copies were still laying around in the bins for weeks afterwards in the places I went to. Had no interest in picking one up though.
                    • djbob1969's avatar
                      djbob1969
                      Good album. Stop crying about flipper's. Get up and go out and buy it. Maybe they will release it again.

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