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The SmithsHatful Of Hollow

Label:Rhino Records (2) – 0825646658824, Rhino Records (2) – 2564665882
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue, 180 Gram
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Indie Rock

Tracklist

A1William, It Was Really Nothing2:09
A2What Difference Does It Make?3:42
A3These Things Take Time2:33
A4This Charming Man2:43
A5How Soon Is Now?6:43
A6Handsome Devil2:46
A7Hand In Glove3:14
A8Still Ill3:54
B1Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now3:34
B2This Night Has Opened My Eyes3:40
B3You've Got Everything Now4:18
B4Accept Yourself4:02
B5Girl Afraid2:45
B6Back To The Old House3:02
B7Reel Around The Fountain5:51
B8Please Please Please, Let Me Get What I Want1:50
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℗ & © 1984 Warner Music UK Ltd.
Made in the EU

Gatefold sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 25646 65882 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 825646658824
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched, variant 1): BB45477-01A1 S=▽
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched, variant 1): BB45477-01B1 SIΛ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched, variant 2): BB45477-01 A2 0825646658824
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched, variant 2): BB45477-01 B2 0825646658824

Other Versions (5 of 139)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Hatful Of Hollow (LP, Compilation, Garrod & Lofthouse; Gatefold)Rough TradeROUGH 76UK1984
Hatful Of Hollow (LP, Compilation, Stereo, Gatefold)Rough Trade, Rough TradeRTD 26, ROUGH 76Germany1984
Hatful Of Hollow (LP, Compilation, Gatefold)Nuevos Medios, Nuevos Medios, Rough Trade43 102 L, 43 102Spain1984
Hatful Of Hollow (LP, Compilation, Gatefold)Transmedia, Rough TradeTM/RT 76Portugal1984
Hatful Of Hollow (LP, Compilation, Gatefold)Sire, Rough Trade25 16421Canada1984
J_Biggles's profile picture
J_Biggles
Almost an hour of Music on a single Vinyl. No wonder it sounds dull and silent. Dissapointing, such a good Compilation would have earned a 2x vinyl release.
aphexacid69's profile picture
aphexacid69
got my copy today. it's awfully tinny. sounds like a digital transfer too. disappointed as this is probably my favorite smiths release :(
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rcjingco
A classic record with poor sound quality. What a rip-off!
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Chubins
While it isn’t a perfect pressing …. This is a clean and clear pressing….. Like many other albums being released again this falls in what I call the Question Zone…. Meaning any albums that are 46 minutes to around 57 minutes how will they press it…. The reason being is does a label want to spend the extra and make and 2 lp or would they rather squeeze it all in a give a sub par item for a decent cost…. This falls in latter…. Sort of….. Due to the mellowed music of most of The Smith’s music this is better than 80% of single Lps in that time length…. At 56 minutes this sounds great for what they did…. Not to mention quality heavyweight sleeves and a gatefold
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romanNYC
Edited 8 months ago
I think Optimal did a good job here. Yes, this pressing sounds a bit muffled and slightly rolled off on top but it also more natural sounding than Tidal MQA stream version (which to my ear sounds more brittle and harsh). That said, there is 58 minutes of music here packed on a single disk (!) so the grooves are very tight and there is a significant amount of baseline noise. Wish Rhino went with a double disk pressed on three sides instead.
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plaidzebra
I want to counter all the negative reviews by pointing out that my copy sounds great, silent when silence is desired and with full rich sound for the music, no EQ required. I owned the original Rough Trade press when I was a kid, and this is a fantastic replacement. I very much recommend this press, but given how many people report problems, maybe it's best to order from a seller with a generous return policy.

Otherwise it's a 5 star record, filled with great and unique music and even some unexpected different arrangements in the radio session tracks. A great introduction to the band, and essential for anyone who appreciates their work.

Surely one of the most consistently solid albums I own, and at 16 tracks, that says a lot.
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westcoastcory
This is a great sounding record. Here's 4 more words.
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Shimmel
To my ears this pressing sounds really good. I doubt that it could sound better except for maybe cut a 45rpm and on double vinyl. Its as dynamic as its going to get, People . We're talking about LIVE, CONVENTIONAL instruments here and 56 minutes of music laid out across one lp.What you hear is The Smiths au naturale and it is pretty stellar. There's no sound wizardry to be had because it never existed on this in the first place! I have owned a cd of this for over twenty years and this pressing definitely sounds superior to that. This a perfectly acceptable reissue down to the packaging. Highly recommended! Or ....you could knock yourself out acquiring an original from Dear Olde England.
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Seymore20
Edited one year ago
The album itself is great! Unfortunately this particular pressing is "not the yellow from the egg", as we say in Austria. IMO its very silent and flat sounding. I must say that I don't have an original to compare with but I don't really enjoy this vinyl.
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tossinoff
Def flat. Mine sounds like it was recorded through an AM radio