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Beastie BoysHello Nasty

Label:Grand Royal – GR061
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Gold Transparent, Gatefold Sleeve
Country:US
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Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

A1Super Disco Breakin'
A2The Move
A3Remote Control
A4Song For The Man
A5Just A Test
A6Body Movin'
B1Intergalactic
B2Sneakin' Out The Hospital
B3Putting Shame In Your Game
B4Flowin' Prose
B5And Me
B6Three MC's And One DJ
C1The Grasshopper Unit (Keep Movin')
C2Song For Junior
C3I Don't Know
C4The Negotiation Limerick File
C5Electrify
D1Picture This
D2Unite
D3Dedication
D4Dr. Lee, PhD
D5Instant Death
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Notes

Limited to 7500 copies on transparent gold vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 58148-0061-1 7
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A): GR061-A MASTERDISK AV 2418.1(3)
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side B): GR061-B-RE1 MASTERDISK AV 2448.2(3)
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side C): GR061-C MASTERDISK AV 2421.3(3)
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side D): GR061-D MASTERDISK AV 2418.4(3)

Other Versions (5 of 98)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Hello Nasty (CD, Album, Digipak)Capitol Records, Grand Royal, Capitol Records, Grand Royal7243 4 95723 2 4, 495 7232Europe1998
Hello Nasty (CD, Album, Enhanced, Digipak)Grand Royal, Capitol RecordsCDP 7243 8 37716 2 2US1998
Hello Nasty (2×LP, Album, Gatefold )Capitol Records, Grand Royal RecordsC1 7243 8 37716 1 5US1998
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Hello Nasty (CD, Album, DigiPak)EMI Music Canada, Grand Royal, Capitol Records, Brooklyn Dust Music7243 8 37716 2 2Canada1998
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Hello Nasty (2×CD, Album, Limited Edition, Digipak)Capitol Records7243 4 99352 2 8Europe1998

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  • bluntlaser's avatar
    bluntlaser
    Just dug this one out, sounds really good! Certainly in comparison to the 4LP 2009 set which just sounds wrong (great bass wise but lacking in the mids department). Assuming the new 4LP 2023 cut will be an improvement but will be interested to hear how it stacks up against this version.
    • ttsam's avatar
      ttsam
      Seems like jacket of this version was more yellow than ordinary black vinyl version.
      • freddiegeorge9's avatar
        This album sounds amazing on this colored release. The copy i have received has no warp, pops, sibilance or any other negative attributes. This album is mastered LOUD and will skip on inferior turntables.
        • sd_in_az's avatar
          sd_in_az
          Recently picked this up and was blown away by how good it sounds. Slight warp on one record, but you can’t hear it.
          • tony879's avatar
            tony879
            My copy of this has lots of noise and clicks, beware and approach with caution!!!
            • matt_whitehead's avatar
              Got this on release as a gold vinyl US import in the UK (via Mr. Bongos). Skipped a lot on inferior turntables but has always played fine on Pro-Ject decks and Technics SL1200s I have had in the past 20 years.
              • LaShopMusique's avatar
                LaShopMusique
                My copy is defective. Grasshopper unit skips all over the place.
                • OF-THE-WORLD's avatar
                  OF-THE-WORLD
                  I dispised the gold pressing. I bought it the day it was released..to find out it had inferior 'colored' vinyl. I'm glad I was able to sell it for triple digits.
                  • GrooveParadigm's avatar
                    HELP ANYONE? This version was very possibly, and most likely, released 2 weeks after the Capitol issued black vinyl pressing. We received the Capitol label first pressing vinyl along with CDs into inventory July 10 1998, ready for sale, with a July 14 1998 street date. I still have record of this in the point of sales system at the record store I was (and am again) a buyer for. I pre-ordered both versions on vinyl from 3 different distributors. All of them had the Capitol pressing in stock on time for the July 14th street date. The Grand Royal version showed up July 31st, meaning a possible 7-28-98 actual street date. Shouldn't have been a West Coast distribution issue as both Grand Royal & Capitol were in California as were two of the 3 "one-stop" distributors I was working with (Valley Media Dist., Abbey Road). Most likely it was that Capitol was a major label and had the power/money to get it's releases on time. Back then releases from majors were on point 99% of the time with rare street date changes and delays as we see now in the vinyl industry.
                    I have both and bought them each on the week of release, respectively. I bought the Capitol pressing the week it dropped, and then the colored vinyl pressing when it arrived 3 weeks later.
                    The Grand Royal colored version almost surely came out few weeks later. I am wondering if anyone else has information on this at all? It's a question that has perplexed this long time fan for a few years now; which is actually the first pressing. Also it is strange to have it on both labels simultaneously.

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