Neil Young With Crazy HorseToast

Label:Reprise Records – 093624881308
Series:Neil Young Archives Special Release Series – 09
Vinyl, LP
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched
All Media, Album
Style:Folk Rock


A2Standing In The Light Of Love4:19
A3Goin’ Home7:53
B2Gateway Of Love10:11
C1How Ya Doin?7:00
C2Boom Boom Boom13:06

Companies, etc.



This version states "Made in CZ" on back cover and "Manufactured in CZ" on labels

On sticker on front cover :
7 track Crazy Horse 2001 Studio Album
6 Unreleased Tracks
3 Unreleased Songs
On spine : [logo Neil Young Archives] SRS 09 093624881308 NEI YOUNG WITH CRAZY HORSE TOAST REPRISE
(with printing error on part or all of the copies : NEIL without L)
On back cover and labels : ©℗ 2022 The Other Shoe Productions, Inc. under exclusive license to Reprise Records. Made in CZ

Runouts are stamped, except "093624881308-A Re 1 CB" and declinations from each sides etched

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 0 93624 88130 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0093624881308
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 1): 093624881308-A Re 1 CB 1229905 226859E1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 1): 093624881308-B CB 1254074 226859E2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, variant 1): 093624881308-C CB 1258547 226859E3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 2): 093624881308-A Re 1 CB 1229905 226859E1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 2): 093624881308-B CB 1118564 226859E2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, variant 2): 093624881308-C CB 1013783 226859E3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 3): 093624881308-A Re 1 CB 1229905 226859E1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 3): 093624881308-B CB 1254074 226859E2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, variant 3): 093624881308-C CB 1013783 226859E3
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Toast (CD, Album, Stereo)Reprise Records093624985150Worldwide2022
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Toast (LP, LP, Single Sided, Etched, All Media, Album)Reprise Records093624881308USA & Canada2022
Toast (7×File, FLAC, Album, Stereo)Reprise RecordsnoneUSA & Europe2022
  • devito.mark's avatar
    Cleaned my copy multiple times. Sounds great now, but it did take those cleanings to get there.

    I have the CD, hi res and vinyl, vinyl sounds best to me on my system;

    Rp8, MA8900 played on
    • terenceyeah's avatar
      For the most part, this pressing is fantastic. The sound is very open and punchy. Sadly, Side C is let down by what must be a defect on the pressing with some annoying crackle (I've tried cleaning it, but has no effect), mostly hitting in parts of track 1 How Ya Doin'? - which is a shame as that's a wonderful track on the album.
      • davidbartlett761's avatar
        Vinyl is getting worse again unless you pay $$BIG BUCKS for all Analog Pressings / This digital vinyl Noise-Non-Musical - I am going back to good C.D.s They sure sound better
        • ludwiglabrav's avatar
          Wanted to buy the LP today the old fashioned way in a downtown record shop, so I fortunately noticed already from the way the gatefold sleeve was folded/from the way the spine looks from the top that is manufactured by this czech-republic pressing plant. This let me skip the purchase, even before I read about the poor manufacturing quality here on discogs. I bought too many records made by this company which sucked in the end. Also my copy from Neil's "The Times" is made there, the first copy I got was like a soup bowl, nearly unplayable, had to return it to Amazon. The next copy was somehow acceptable, but still not really flat. It is actually still quite warped, playing it right now and watching the sad disaster rotating on my turntable while I write this.

          Can't understand this: One one hand Neil is known that he wants the best quality for his music (Pono...etc), on "Psychedelic Pill" he claims the best record manufacturing plant in the world is Pallas in Germany, and then he allows this new record being manufactured in...let's say by a company at the other end of the line.
          So, hopefully the next batch will be manufactured at like most of his records from the past years. Until then I stick to my youtube download of the album.
          • ppilihp's avatar
            My pressing is just fine. The strange background hiss (e.g on A track 1 or C track 2) is the same as in the digital source (Qobuz) - so it’s in the recording, no pressing defect. Besides that a good sounding record.
            • marbleindexer's avatar
              Stick with the CD, because the vinyl ain't the best quality.
              • philipstenklov's avatar
                Great album - Good recording - Top notch mastering - Shitty Press.
                Side 3 has a defect.
                Ill rather wait for something like this to be pressed accordingly to what a release like this deserves, - And not just have some shitty press as an alternative, because all the plants are unavailable. Ive waited 21 years for it. ‘Could have waited one more year for a proper pressing job.
                • jparsons's avatar
                  Great record, poor pressing. Side 3 has a constant crackle in the left channel. Sides A and B, not quiet, but not as bad. Neil Young's records have erratic pricing at best, but they are usually well pressed when they cost more.
                  • Thelonious_Skunk's avatar
                    Phenomenal pressing, as always with Neil. The vinyl is dead flat and silent. Music is top notch.
                    • pacificnations's avatar
                      Anyone else notice the "L" is missing from "NEIL" on the spine?



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