VariousDazed and Confused (Music From Motion Picture)

Label:The Medicine Label – RCV1 24533, The Medicine Label – 603497843886
2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Reissue, Gatefold, Purple Translucent
Country:USA, Canada & Europe
Genre:Rock, Stage & Screen
Style:Classic Rock


A1Rick DerringerRock And Roll, Hoochie Koo
A2FoghatSlow Ride
A3Alice Cooper (2)School's Out
A4Black Oak ArkansasJim Dandy
A5ZZ TopTush
B1Nazareth (2)Love Hurts
B2Ted NugentStranglehold
B3The RunawaysCherry Bomb
C1Sweet*Fox On The Run
C2WarLow Rider
C3Lynyrd SkynyrdTuesday’s Gone
D1Deep PurpleHighway Star
D2KissRock And Roll All Night
D3Black SabbathParanoid

Companies, etc.


  • Lacquer Cut ByмS*


Made in Czech Republic.

Runouts are Etched and stamped;
e.g. [Etched] RCV1-24533-A 603497843886 мS [Stamped] 222683E1 930529 MRP3119/RCV1-24533/603497843886/AB-A

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 03497 84388 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 603497843886
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): RCV1-24533-A 603497843886 мS 222683E1 930529 MRP3119/RCV1-24533/603497843886/AB-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): RCV1-24533-B 603497843886 мS 222683E2 9823267 MRP3119/RCV1-24533/603497843886/AB-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout): RCV1-24533-C 603497843886 мS 222683E3 930533 MRP3119/RCV1-24533/603497843886/CD-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout): RCV1-24533-D 603497843886 мS 222683E4 930531 MRP3119/RCV1-24533/603497843886/CD-B

Other Versions (5 of 23)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Dazed And Confused (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD, Compilation, Club Edition)Giant RecordsW2 24533US1993
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Dazed And Confused (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD, Compilation)Giant Records, Medicine Label74321 16675 2UK & Europe1993
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Dazed And Confused (CD, Compilation)Giant Records, Medicine LabelCDL 0 7599 24533 2 5Mexico1993
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Dazed And Confused (CD, Compilation)Medicine Label9 24533-2US1993
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Dazed And Confused (Cassette, Album, Compilation, SR, Dolby HX Pro, S NR)Medicine Label, Medicine Label9 24533-4, 4-24533US1993



  • Whiskeyomega's avatar
    Edited 4 months ago
    Better than a CD for a sure. A bit thin but not much honestly. You'd be hard pressed to get Black Oak Arkansas sounding better. So I dont get why people say "they've heard the originals and they sound better" because they clearly havent on some. A good collection to have. Can be turned up fine. Good colour and flat vinyl. Surface noise is a bit loud on the 2LP but fine for the music.
    • boswd's avatar
      just got done listenting to it for the first time. I think overall it's fine, it's a touch thin but overall it's fine. mine defitntley has surface noise between songs, don't hear anything during songs, so that's fine with me, but it's not quiet between songs by any means. Could just be my pressing. I found the edges of the records to be very rough/sharp almost cheap feeling . But overall I'm ok with this album not my favorite pressing but not the worst either.
      • CAN_EWO's avatar
        Zero complaints about the pressing; however, on my copy, sides C and D both wear a side C label. It'd be simple enough if I could remember that C3 is the broadest ring on that side, likewise D1, but I'll never remember that, so out comes the Sharpie. Sounds fantastic, though!
        • BTOUSAFAN's avatar
          Weak digital sound. Listen to the songs on this vinyl and then compare them to the original songs from the bands original albums. Night and day.
          • nhollinger's avatar
            Good sounding record, but not great by any means. Needs to be turned up a bit for sure. Dynamic-ish, but I don’t think it warrants the praise of previous comments. Still happy to have it in my collection regardless.
            • Stevo4756's avatar
              Easily one of the best soundtracks from that era. The color is beautiful and the record sounds awesome
              • coledoug's avatar
                All four sides were very nice to listen to, very pleased.
                The semi-transparent color is very nice looking as well.
                • muchorelaxo's avatar
                  Great sounding pressing. Purple vinyl is flat and quiet. Soundtrack music is just fab.
                  • Vinyl-TP's avatar
                    The records are nice. Pretty. Clean. Quiet. Mine had a very slight warp on record 2. The sound is good. But I have the original records for about 3/4 of the songs. Comparing them side by side, the originals sound far better. Wider soundstages, better separation, and Much punchier! I’m still trying to research this, but I’m pretty sure this soundtrack is completely digitally sourced. The overall volume is quite dialed back. I’m very happy to have this Party record though. I just think it could’ve been better if it were mastered from the original analog recordings of the songs. But hey! It’s a soundtrack from the 90’s so that’s probably too tall an order, to be honest. The average customer will LOVE this. It IS one of the best soundtracks of all time in my opinion
                    • VinylGr00ves69's avatar
                      This pressing is flawless! Dead quiet and the songs sound amazing! Definitely a must buy for fans of the songs and the film.


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