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Dave Matthews Band - Crash album mp3

Dave Matthews Band - Crash album mp3
Performer: Dave Matthews Band
Genre: Rock
Title: Crash
MP3 album size: 1116 mb
FLAC album size: 1341 mb
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Jazz-Rock
Country: US
Released: 15 Jul 2016
Catalog number: 88875189401
Label: Bama Rags Records, RCA, Legacy

Tracklist


1#416:39
2Too Much4:21
3Drive In Drive Out5:54
4Tripping Billies5:00
5So Much To Say4:07
6Lie In Our Graves5:42
7Crash Into Me5:16
8Proudest Monkey9:11
9Let You Down4:07
10Say Goodbye6:11
11Two Step6:27
12Cry Freedom5:53

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
07863 66904-2Dave Matthews Band Crash ‎(CD, Album)RCA07863 66904-2US1996
07863 66904-2, 07863669042, 07863 66904-2 REDave Matthews Band Crash ‎(CD, Album)RCA, BMG, RCA, BMG, RCA, BMG07863 66904-2, 07863669042, 07863 66904-2 REAustralia1996
88875189401Dave Matthews Band Crash ‎(2xLP, Album, RM, TP, W/Lbl)Bama Rags Records, RCA, Legacy88875189401US2016
BG4-66904Dave Matthews Band Crash ‎(Cass, Album, Club)RCABG4-66904US1996
88843 08404-2Dave Matthews Band Crash ‎(CD, Album, RE)RCA88843 08404-2USUnknown

Credits


  • A&R [Direction]Bruce Flohr, Peter Robinson
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric GuitarTim Reynolds
  • Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Flute, WhistleLeroi Moore
  • Art Direction, DesignDavid Matthews, Jane Matthews
  • Art Direction, Design, IllustrationThane Kerner
  • Backing VocalsCarter Beauford (tracks: 1, 7, 10, 11, 12)
  • Bass, Piano [Tac]Stefan Lessard
  • Drums, PercussionCarter Beauford
  • EngineerJohn Siket
  • Engineer [1st Assistant]Chris Laidlaw, Scott Gormley
  • Engineer [2nd Assistant]Paul Higgins
  • Engineer [Assisted By]Phil Painson
  • Lyrics ByBoyd Tinsley (tracks: 1), David Matthews, Peter Griesar (tracks: 1)
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed BySteve Lillywhite (tracks: 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12), Tom Lord-Alge (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 7, 9, 11)
  • Photography By [Band]C. Taylor Crothers
  • ProducerSteve Lillywhite
  • Producer [Additional Preproduction]John Alagia
  • Violin [Acoustic, Electric]Boyd Tinsley
  • Vocals, Acoustic GuitarDavid Matthews
  • A&R [Direction]Bruce Flohr, Peter Robinson
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric GuitarTim Reynolds
  • Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Flute, WhistleLeroi Moore
  • Art Direction, DesignDavid Matthews, Jane Matthews
  • Art Direction, Design, IllustrationThane Kerner
  • Backing VocalsCarter Beauford (tracks: A1, C1, D1 to D3)
  • Bass, Piano [Tac]Stefan Lessard
  • Drums, PercussionCarter Beauford
  • EngineerJohn Siket
  • Engineer [1st Assistant]Chris Laidlaw, Scott Gormley
  • Engineer [2nd Assistant]Paul Higgins
  • Engineer [Assisted By]Phil Painson
  • Lacquer Cut ByChris Bellman
  • Lyrics ByBoyd Tinsley (tracks: A1), David Matthews, Peter Griesar (tracks: A1)
  • Mixed BySteve Lillywhite (tracks: A3, B2, B3, C2, D1, D3), Tom Lord-Alge (tracks: A1, A2, B1, C1, C3, D2)
  • Photography By [Band]C. Taylor Crothers
  • ProducerSteve Lillywhite
  • Producer [Additional Preproduction]John Alagia
  • Remastered By [Vinyl Remastered By]Chris Bellman
  • Violin [Acoustic, Electric]Boyd Tinsley
  • Vocals, Acoustic GuitarDavid Matthews

Notes


Emmsa Arg20th Anniversary 2LP 150 Gram Splatter Vinyl
Includes 8-page booklet

Barcodes


  • Barcode (Sticker on Shrinkwrap): 89853343614
  • Barcode (On Cover): 888751894013
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side A): MPO 16-0156 A2 88985314591-A RE-1 cB
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side B): MPO 16-0156 B3 88985314591-B RE-1 cB
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side C): MPO 16-0156 / 888751189401 C 88985314591-C cB
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side D): MPO 16-0156 D3 88985314591-D RE-1 cB
  • Barcode (Scanned): 078636690421

Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bama Rags Recordings, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Bama Rags Recordings, LLC
  • Manufactured By – RCA Records
  • Distributed By – RCA Records
  • Lacquer Cut At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – BMG Entertainment
  • Recorded At – Bearsville Studios
  • Recorded At – Greene St. Recording
  • Mixed At – Greene St. Recording
  • Mixed At – Room With A View, New York
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Distributed By – EMSSA Argentina

Video

Gholbirdred
The splatter is a bit minimal on both discs but they still look good. People are just complaining because they didn't look like the advertisement. More importantly, there is definitely distortion on sides C&D. This is prevalent in Let You Down and Proudest Monkey on the other side, which is quite disappointing considering the how cool Monkey sounds on vinyl. By contrast, I have found the black vinyl to be dead quiet. Outside of the distortion, the actual sound quality between the black and splatter are exactly the same. If you have good equipment, you will likely pick up the distortion on the splatter.
Kajikus
Splatter for me is pretty good, looks cool while spinning. There's a lot of fuzz on side 1 first song and a handful of skips on the second song. Everything else seems to be high quality and sounds good. #41, the percussion particularly, sounds amazing.
Yla
Side C and D are almost unplayable, sounded like (static) poop. Returned mine to Amazon and got the other version (black records) from my local music store.
Arashigore
I have the splattered pressing and it sounds perfect. Highly recommend it!
Castiel
I received my copy today and yeah the splatter on disc 1 is pretty minimal (way different to advertised) - my disc 2 is red - not sure if they all are? I was expecting them both to be white with splatter. As far as sound quality goes I'm happy with how mine sounds. Disc 1 sounds great, disc 2 has very quiet distortion (you need to be listening for it to notice) on 'Let you down' and the run out of side C other than that it sounds great too.
Nagis
Anyone interested in the sound quality of the release? I've seen several pressing issues reported, particularly sides C and D. So not only is it generally substandard and over-priced compared to the 180 gram black audiophile vrs (which I've seen no complaints about, quite the opposite), but perhaps one record is unplayable. But it looks cool I guess and I'm sure it's fine on a crosley or perhaps a dj table. Perhaps this is why amazon pulled the listing rather than stating "out of stock"
Raelin
I'm very disappointed with my splatter copy as well, to the point where I'm probably going to just return it to Amazon for money back. Disc 1 plays very well, but disc 2 has distortion, like others have mentioned. And even worse, there's a 3mm gash (looks like somebody jabbed a screwdriver into the record) on side D that I'm too afraid to even try playing through, as it's so bad I don't want to risk damaging my stylus. Too bad DMB dropped the ball yet again with a studio vinyl release. And I realize initial vinyl color renderings and what is actually produced can be different, but the "splatter" is a far cry from what was promised.
Shezokha
I can confirm that Sides C & D are broken--just grinding, shuffling distortion crippling the right-channel signal, bad enough to come through loudly at normal listening levels on speakers across the room.Unfortunately, there ARE indeed reports of the black version suffering from this same issue. https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/RJX78Y9RCJ9EZ/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01GB0002A
Wafi
No problems here. My equipment is all vintage and seems to hold up.
Ese
It looks pretty light in the splatter department. It is more smudgey in spots. Haven't listened yet, so I am hoping the press is good.
Haralem
Is anybody else disappointed by the amount of splatter on their discs?
Siramath
Same, splatter left much to be desired, but the quietness of the press made up for it IMO.
Invissibale
Yes, minimal splatter. Nothing even close to what was advertised.
Blackredeemer
Yep, mine looks nothing like the pictures, I only have 4 splatter that makes it from the inner grooves to the edge, the rest are just small smudges.
Reighbyra
Yeah. The "splatter" is a far cry from the photo. It looks more like a mistake than on purpose.
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