Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)

Nice copy of this 1991 Promo CD. Inserts like new. One mark on disc outside of playing area.
 

Notes:

Spine:
Elektra's 40th Anniversary

Back cover:
For promotional use only. Not for sale.
Elektra Entertainment, a division of Warner Communications Inc. [[l33057 logo
A Time Warner Company
This compilation ℗ & © 1991 Elektra Entertainment, a division of Warner Communications Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.

CD face:
For promotional use only. Not for sale.
A Warner Communications Company [[l33057 logo
This compilation ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment, a division of Warner Communications Inc.
Made in U.S.A.

Inner panels:
Elektra Entertainment, a division of Warner Communications Inc., [[l33057 logo
A Time Warner Company
This compilation ℗ & © 1991 Elektra Entertainment, a division of Warner Communications Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
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Track 1 Sources: Hello I Love You and the additional hits: 704527, 221206,Touch Me, 1096518,The End, 398533, 1709936, 264856, Five To One, 45432, 1462705, [r=5965088, 45326
From 1868 (Elektra #60345) and [a28972 "Hello I Love You" from Rubaiyat: Elektra's 40th Anniversary (Elektra #60940) 
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Track 2 Sources: "Net" from 341431 (1989, out of print). "Net" is a survey of portions of tracks from the Metallica And Justice For All (Elektra #60812), and the Metallica version of "Stone Cold Crazy" from Rubaiyat: Elektra's 40th Anniversary (Elektra #60940) 
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Track 3 Source: "Anonymous Proposition" from Tim Buckley 72160 (Elektra #74074)
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Track 4 Sources: "You're So Vain" from Carly Simon 99919 (Elektra #75049) and Faster Pussycat "You're So Vain" from Rubaiyat: Elektra's 40th Anniversary (Elektra #60940) 
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Track 5 Source: various tracks from MC5 64011 (Elektra #74042)
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All sources have been faithfully transferred from commercially available compact discs and phonograph records, or from digital dubs of the stereo master tapes. No use has been made of multitrack source tapes, studio outtakes, or of any material that isn't or hasn't been made commercially available.
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Thanks: [a7716862, [a257402, [a949270, [a227730, [a1202992, [a257414, [a7193899, Valerie Vickers, Elektra Entertainment. Also, [a1150387, [a940710, [a99731, Mendelson Joe and [a448498.
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Rejektrix:
Additional tracks were planned for potential inclusion in this package. Listeners may wish to try some of these recipes in the privacy of their own home entertainment systems:
1. A minute long abridgement, reduced to minimal redundancy, of Paul Butterfield's Born In Chicago slowed down from the equivalent of 45 RPM to 33⅓ RPM (an option no longer readily available to listeners in this age of CD's) resulting in a blacker sound of a more leisurely tempo; while at the same time the sense of the song rushes by.
2. Two mixes, both combining the [a254494 and the Kronos String Quartet versions of 6202, one of which sounds like Television with strings, while the other is more along the lines of Kronos with rock band.
3. Field recordings of [a93841 singing I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing in various locales and situations including over the public address system at a [l1810547 game and for the mostly Japanese passersby at the Osaka World's Fair; on a blaster in an aviary and in a canyon; a passing version through a 600 watt automotive system.
4. A melismatic and choralzied tracking of [a90233 singing 47822 using the stylistic models of [a70829' 78274 ([a189718 & [a259398) and [a465983's 167099.
5. Elimination of the snare drum from a few verses of [a200567's These Days in preparation for grafting with the [a63486 cover. This sort of simulations of a remix, in this case achieved by the precise editing of the beat, could be more easily effected if songs were released in multitrack, interactive versions. A 4, 6 or 8 track mix-programmable K7 or CD player would opportune multiple choices, for instance vocal-eliminated instrumental versions, extending the preferences a listener can apply using traditional balance and tone controls.
6. Suggested duets inspired by Rubaiyat: Elektra's 40th Anniversary: 
[a41105 & [a303471
[a218691 & [a143225
The two very similar versions of Seven & Seven Is by [a83242 & [a48410
[a99731 and [a39770
115842 between The Womacks & [a171427
Play them anyway you like!

 

. Selektrax
1. The Doors - O'Hell 3:55
2. Metallica - 2 Net 1:21
3. Tim Buckley - Anon 4:25
4. Carly Simon, Faster Pussycat - Vane 3:23
5. MC5 - Mother 2:05

 

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

SPARS Code ADD
Matrix / Runout 2 PR 8247-2 SRC=02 M1S2

 

Phonographic Copyright (p) Elektra Entertainment
Copyright (c) Elektra Entertainment
Record Company Warner Communications Inc.
Record Company Time Warner
Made By WEA Manufacturing Inc.
Pressed By Specialty Records Corporation
Glass Mastered At Specialty Records Corporation

 

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Plunderphonics* - Rubáiyát (CD, Promo) (Very Good Plus (VG+))

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Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+) Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-) Nice copy of this 1991 Promo CD. Inserts like new. One mark on disc outside of playing area.  ...

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