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Butthole Surfers - Independent Worm Saloon Album

Butthole Surfers - Independent Worm Saloon Album
Title:
Independent Worm Saloon
Performer:
Butthole Surfers
Style:
Alternative Rock
Released:
2015
Catalog:
plain199, B0020524-01, PLA 199 LP
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2017 mb
FLAC album size:
1573 mb
Genre:
Label:
Plain Recordings, Capitol Records

Tracklist


1The Ballad Of Naked Man6:05
2Dust Devil6:39
3Leave Me Alone2:25
4Dancing Fool2:59
5Who Was In My Room Last Night?4:09
6Strawberry4:08
7Some Dispute Over T-Shirt Sales2:06
8Tongue2:06
9Edgar3:34
10You Don't Know Me2:41
11Clean It Up8:39
12The Annoying Song2:40
13Alcohol3:19
14Chewin' George Lucas' Chocolate
Producer – Butthole Surfers
0:43
15The Wooden Song3:50
16Goofy's Concern3:03
17Dog Inside Your Body3:06


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDP 0777 7 98798 2 3Butthole Surfers Independent Worm Saloon ‎(CD, Album)Capitol RecordsCDP 0777 7 98798 2 3US1993
plain199Butthole Surfers Independent Worm Saloon ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Blu)Plain Recordingsplain199US2018
CDP 0777 7 98798 2 3Butthole Surfers Independent Worm Saloon ‎(CD, Album, RE)Capitol RecordsCDP 0777 7 98798 2 3USUnknown
0777 7 98798 1 6, EST 2192, 7987981Butthole Surfers Independent Worm Saloon ‎(CD, Album)Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records0777 7 98798 1 6, EST 2192, 7987981Australia1993
TOCP-7789, C2 0777 7 98798 2 3Butthole Surfers Independent Worm Saloon ‎(CD, Album)Toshiba EMI Ltd, Capitol RecordsTOCP-7789, C2 0777 7 98798 2 3Japan1993


Credits


  • Engineer, Mixed ByPat McCarthy
  • Lacquer Cut By [Runout Etching ⋊]Anne-Marie Suenram
  • ProducerJohn Paul Jones
  • Remastered ByAnne-Marie Suenram, Gary Hobish, George Horn
  • Written-ByButthole Surfers


Notes


℗ 1993 © 2015 Capitol Records, LLC.

180 gram vinyl in a polylined inner sleeve.

Pressing, mastering and lacquer cutting credits are identified in runout etchings.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Scanned): 646315519914
  • Barcode (Text): 6 46315 51991 4
  • Barcode (Text [Sticker]): 6 46315 51991 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): PLAIN-199 A3 B0020524-01 23775.1... ⋊ S-93281 RE-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): PLAIN-199 B3 B0020524 23775.2... ⋊ S-93282 RE-3


Companies


  • Licensed To – Universal Music Special Markets – B0020524-01
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, LLC
  • Manufactured By – Universal Music Enterprises
  • Lacquer Cut At – George Horn Mastering
  • Remastered At – A. Hammer Mastering
  • Mastered At – Record Technology Incorporated – 23775
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-93281
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-93282


Album


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Reviews:
  • Iesha
Terrible sound quality as on all Plain Recordings i have come over. Stay away from this awful label.
  • AGAD
Good question. Obviously a mistake word word word word word
  • Gigafish
My copy is excellent sounding.. i must have been lucky.
  • Risky Strong Dromedary
Same here. My copy sounds near flawless on both sides.
  • Brakora
Did this happen to anyone else, that may have ordered this in a record store.1st copy - you know how when you drop rocks in water and the many water rings happens. Imagine a photo of that. And now press those rings onto the record. Sent back for replacement.2nd copy - scratched up pretty bad. Store couldn't believe how bad it was. Sent back.3rd copy - also in horrible shape. Sent back.4th copy and the entire rest of the carton that X amount come in. ALL DESTROYED!Not sure if this has happened elsewhere, but the ones we got up here in Ontario are worthless. Unless you want to make a bowl out of them.So now, I have to wait until they get in a good copy. E.L.L. was just as bad and only took 4 copies to get a good one.I won't ever be buying anything from Plain Recordings ever again.
  • RuTGamer
First press of this lp didn't sound so good to begin with. 62 mins of music pressed on one vinyl is bit too much. I have Plain version of this too and it doesn't sound much worse than original. It should have been pressed at least on 3 sides like Electriclarryland. My other albums from Plain like L7: Bricks Are Heavy sound actually good. Don't remember what other I have but maybe 2-3 more. I heard their Mr. Bungle press and that was a total waste of vinyl. What a shame because they have taste but they don't have knowledge or they just don't care. All kinds of shitty companies try to get their share of vinyl being popular again. I'm sorry to hear your copies were total trash. Hope you get nice clean original somewhere or Capitol would reissue both of their Butthole Surfers albums. One of the greatest band ever deserves better treatment. Cheers from Finland, Petri
  • Dori
finally got a copy that don't look like a horse's butthole.but after that issue i just heard on ELL by BHS, then i don't even want to play this record.wish i kept my original now.
  • Agalas
another abysmal release from plain recordings. skips, no low end, faded center lable, pressed from CD. . . avoid this copy at all costs.
  • lucky kitten
Do not attempt to buy this on vinyl. Plain Recordings do a lousy job on reissues. They do not reissue from the original tapes, but through CD. I don’t know why bands deal with them. I’m reluctant to purchase this, but if you do buy it from Amazon and if the sound quality is horrible, simply return it and get your dough back. Good luck.
  • Maman
Thanks for your reply. I'm ordering it through Amazon and at worst, i can always send it back. I hope it's good. I hope it sounds just like I would think the record should sound. This is one their best pieces of work and having it & listening to it on wax has been something I've been missing in my record collection and from my life since its release.
  • 6snake6
I think the pressing is very good, or at least my copy (I had mixed luck with Plain's pressings) even if the B side is over 30 minutes it is remarkably silent. Not the loudest record I own but it is expected given the length of the record. Compared with the mp3s I have, it sounds more dynamic and clear... I dont have the CD, so maybe somebody else can chip in and compare
  • huckman
WOW! This is a first and you can really say that it sounds good huh? Okay, thanks for the tip.
  • Kazigrel
Actually, I do have the LP. I am not a defender of them, I have bought some records that are either very noisy or clearly from CD source... but this one seems to be the exception. Looking at the markings it seems they pressed at RTI and from my needle drops I can't imagine how it is possible to have audio up to 50kHz and 2dB more dynamic ranage if they used the CD...
  • Voodoolkree
dmarti4 False in this case I think, the Dynamic range of the vinyl is 2dB higher than the CD, so they could have not used that as the source I'm assuming you haven't bought an LP from Plain Recordings because they're notorious for doing that on every reissue they press. Do you have the LP?
  • LØV€ YØỮ
False in this case I think, the Dynamic range of the vinyl is 2dB higher than the CD, so they could have not used that as the source
  • Porgisk
How about this press?Does it sound good?
  • Thetalune
what matters is if it is possible to enjoy listening to , mine is not. Loud surface noise all the way through and terrible low end.
  • Qulcelat
Paul Leary said it was recorded on 2" tape, 24 track, digital. He even made a mention of what machine it was, and mixing board on the bands message board.
  • Narim
I actually hit up Plain Recordings and asked them what their source was for this and L7's Bricks Are Heavy. They advised they were using high resolution digital files for those records. I have both of these albums and I do think that's what they used for them. It isn't the best thing I've ever heard, but it's certainly more than acceptable. Not sure if this record was recorded digitally or analog, but these are worthwhile presses for the money.
  • Ynap
I doubt they sourced it from the CD in this case. I compared the Dynamic range data from loudness wars http://dr.loudness-war.info/album/view/55107 with a needle drop I did and there is almost 2dB more of dinamic range in the vinyl... I would expect it to be lower is they used the CD as source. Also the frequency range of the record extends upwards 50k, You should see a clear cut at 20k if they used the CD
  • MrDog
I've been told to stay away from everything they press, so I assume its the same with this one. They source all their records from CDs, so there's no point in buying this.