Benefit by Jethro Tull on 180 gram vinyl

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  1. Thomas Brophy

    Thomas Brophy Forum Resident Thread Starter

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  2. aoxomoxoa

    aoxomoxoa Down by the old mainstream

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    Looks good but it's $50 on Amazon right now. I will hold out for a better deal.
     
  3. hvbias

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  4. aoxomoxoa

    aoxomoxoa Down by the old mainstream

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    Good point. For that matter the CD sounds great too! I don't need this on LP.
     
  5. Thomas Brophy

    Thomas Brophy Forum Resident Thread Starter

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  6. Alan2

    Alan2 Forum Resident

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    Amazon.uk has it for around £15, but I don't know how this would translate, including postage . . .:confused:
     
  7. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    http://media.rhino.com/press-release/record-store-day-black-friday

    Record Store Day Black Friday - Featuring the original U.S. track list
    Release Date: Fri, 11/29/2013
    Jethro Tull’s third album BENEFIT saw the band transition from the traditional blues rock found on their previous albums and signaled the further evolution of their sound that would be present on their future album. BENEFIT is set for release on 180-gram vinyl on Black Friday. Featuring the original U.S. track list, the LP will be limited to 3,000 individually numbered copies and will be available for a suggested list price of $24.98.
     
  8. Tullman

    Tullman I prefer analog

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    I got my copy from Amazon UK. The total including shipping was $24.30. Nice quiet vinyl that sounds real good.
     
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  9. R E Faust

    R E Faust Forum Resident

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    Got mine too. Excellent thick cardstock (in contrast to the lastest King Crimson 'Larks' which came in the same package with the sleeve badly split) , dead flat, quiet vinyl. My only slight query would be whether it has been cut a little quiet..but still well worth acquiring :)

    R E Faust
     
  10. aoxomoxoa

    aoxomoxoa Down by the old mainstream

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    So are they only doing the U.S. track list or is there a seperate release with the British version?
     
  11. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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  12. Mrs. Beeton

    Mrs. Beeton Active Member

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    Help!

    I'm a bit confused? Do I understand this correctly - that the Black Friday RSD 'Benefit' LP is different from the LP being offered on Amazon?
     
  13. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    Yes, that's the (Steven Wilson stereo mix) UK version of the album. Black Friday, 3,000 US Reprise (Teacher) versions will be available with the Steven Wilson stereo mix.
     
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  14. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    UK Track listing
    All music composed by Ian Anderson.

    Side one
    No. Title Length
    1. "With You There to Help Me" 6:15
    2. "Nothing to Say" 5:10
    3. "Alive and Well and Living in" 2:43
    4. "Son" 2:48
    5. "For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me" 3:47
    Side two
    No. Title Length
    6. "To Cry You a Song" 6:09
    7. "A Time for Everything?" 2:42
    8. "Inside" 3:38
    9. "Play in Time" 3:44
    10. "Sossity; You're a Woman" 4:31

    US Track listing
    Side one
    No. Title Length
    1. "With You There to Help Me" 6:15
    2. "Nothing to Say" 5:10
    3. "Inside" 3:46
    4. "Son" 2:48
    5. "For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me" 3:47
    Side two
    No. Title Length
    6. "To Cry You a Song" 6:09
    7. "A Time for Everything?" 2:42
    8. "Teacher" 3:57
    9. "Play in Time" 3:44
    10. "Sossity; You're a Woman" 4:31
     
  15. marblesmike

    marblesmike Forum Resident

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    How do we know the RSD release of the US tracklisting will be the SW remix?
     
  16. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    Because I told you so.
     
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  17. marblesmike

    marblesmike Forum Resident

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    Where did you hear that? I'm just asking because I've seen some places online say it's the original mix.
     
  18. Bull Moose

    Bull Moose Well-Known Member

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    Also because of this. [​IMG]

    This is the RSD Black Friday version, in case it's not clear.
     
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  19. marblesmike

    marblesmike Forum Resident

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    Perfect, thanks. If you are the same Bull Moose from the record store chain you might want to update your page since it says it is likely not the SW remix.
     
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  20. Bull Moose

    Bull Moose Well-Known Member

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    Forgot about that. Thanks.
     
  21. Thomas Brophy

    Thomas Brophy Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Anyone heard the vinyl reissue yet?
     
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  22. marblesmike

    marblesmike Forum Resident

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    Yes, sounds excellent and slightly warmer than the cd version, but that could simply be due to my playback equipment.
     
  23. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    US Benefit 2013
    [​IMG]
     
  24. marblesmike

    marblesmike Forum Resident

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    Did it come in the polylined sleeve??
     
  25. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    Yes
     
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