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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
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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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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 cat. # 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
  • Pressing Plant ID: 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

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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)Not On Label (Dee Gees (2))AA2102Russia2021
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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.
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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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Jolz
Mine didn’t come with insert. Wonder how many didn’t come with one
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dalb3
OMG so much salt in the comments. FF can't control scalpers, it's not their fault. I went to my local record store on RSD, showed up 30min early, and was lucky enough to get the very last copy. Worth $200? $100? No, not to me, but it is definitely worth the $24.99 I paid at my local store. Just because it's not worth more than face value to us doesn't mean it's not worth more to others. Maybe they slept in too late for RSD, have no interest in going to brick and mortar, busy with family, disabled, or maybe they just found out about it too late, and paying big prices due to FOMO.
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GSRosen
FFS. Why are people paying these prices? Stupid. Don't give in.
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hamy132
iD. G. looks like a grunge doppelgänger of B. G.
The live tracks are awesome studio tracks. The lacking crowd noise makes them absolutely worth having.
Foo rule rock https://ionia.com.vn/cach-giam-mo-bung-tai-nha-hieu-qua
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ButtholeRecords
Edited 2 months ago
I thought Disco sucked? Well let me tell you as a Bee Gees fan this album sucks. Not even a shadow of the original. I figured they would make the songs their own, change them up a bit but no. The are just bad versions of great songs. I guess Foo Fighters have one helluva fan base that's never heard the originals. Here's a tip, save yourself some money and buy the original Bee Gees version. Its WAY better and you won't support these jerks that are ripping people off. Record Store Day is turning into a joke and I wonder when people will start giving up like last time in 99.
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Alextricity
shiiiiit. my copy arrived with a pretty fat corner bend, a pretty rough dish warp, and the Dee Gees label on side A bubbling up. the sound quality’s still great though. easy 5/5.
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haas1969
Great idea should have been been a full album and CD Casette etc the works not just satin LP with idiotic prices…Side B is horrible ans unnecessary so I hope they rectify this…Erasure did an Abba cover CD which was epic and brought back Abba from being forgotten (Mama Mia musical helped also), they should have done the same with Bee Gees,,,wasted opportunity a pity…
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Aezeroony
Side B of this record is absolutely awful, they should’ve done a full album of Bee Gees covers, best thing they’ve ever done