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Reply Notify me Helpful. Further to my comment, my original blue Columbia label first press has the Ernest J Day flip back sleeve. The label on the record states a cat. Is this a hybrid pressing due to a dual format cover but a mono lp? I have an original first pressing blue Columbia labelled mono disc but in a flip back Ernest J Day stereo sleeve.
Does anyone else have this? Was this a pressing plant error? RachaelTyrell November 24, Report. God how I loved this record back in the mid 70's! But I was never a Floyd fan, I turned down the offer to see them at Earls Court in 73 because, as a teenage 'krautrocker' honed on Faust and Can, Floyd seemed pretty tame.
Faust were the first band I saw live But in when I had grown tired of the Clash and Pistols I remembered Syd Barrett was responsible for some great pop records, so I amazed all my friends by buying Piper. Here was some pretty essential proto punk - along with late the period Yardbirds - The Pink Floyd had made some fine pop singles and inadvertently sullied forth into the territory a few years ahead of punk rock proper.
The album was not as commercially successful as the band had hoped, peaking at number 49 on the Billboard Band members blamed the Sex Pistols for their lack of sales, saying that they changed the punk image for the worse. This is the last album to be recorded with all four original members, as drummer Tommy Ramone left the band in to work solely on production.
Johnny Ramone once stated that Rocket to Russia was his favorite Ramones album. In the summer ofthe single "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" was released shortly after the release of the band's second album, Leave Home. This period was extremely significant to the punk rock genre, as it was the initial wave of New York City's underground punk bands receiving recording contracts.
The band spent most of the money Sire had given them on the album's production value. Johnny explained that "it's best to do it quickly You do not wanna sit there and bullshit. It's your money they're spending. Though the album cites Tony Bongiovi and Tommy Ramone as the head producers, much of the album's production was done by Stasium; Johnny went so far as to insist that Bongiovi was "not even there" during the band's recording sessions.
The album was released on November 4,under the name Rocket to Russiathough it had a working title of Get Well. The back cover art depicts a "pinhead" riding a rocket from the US to Russia. The inside sleeve features cartoon illustrations of each song's basic concept.
Compared to the band's previous albums, the songs from Rocket to Russia were more surf music and bubblegum pop influenced. But similar to their previous releases, the lyrics integrated humor,   specifically black comedy with themes circling mental disorders and psychiatry.
The title refers to a neighborhood and beach in Queens which Dee Dee was a LP of, as confirmed by Tommy and Joey. The song is among the first pieces written by the band and was originally recorded as a demo that was released on the expanded edition of the Ramones debut album.
The author also suggests that these chords "bump[ed]" into each other until the song's fade-out ending. The song's lyrics depict a dysfunctional family where the father is a lying homosexualthe mother is addicted to prescription drugsthe infant has chills.
The writing also tells of how the family are friends with the President of the United States and the Pope and indicate that the family sells "dope", which is slang for marijuana.
Side B of the album begins with "Teenage Lobotomy", which deals with the brain surgical operation lobotomy. The lyrics outline how this procedure can cause serious consequences to the brain, with the line "Gonna get my Ph. DI'm a teenage lobotomy. Rocket to Russia was well received by critics, and was often given a positive review. Many critics appreciated the band's progression of sound quality and production value, as opposed to the album's predecessors.
Stephen Thomas Erlewinea music critic at AllMusic said that the production "only gives the Ramones' music more force. Critic Robert Christgau reaffirms that the album's content evolved significantly since previous releases. Writing in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventieshe noted that the album had "something for everyone" and called it a "ready-made punk-rock classic.
Though the band expected the album to spawn a few hit songs, Rocket to Russia sold few records. The album charted on the US Billboard at number 49, making this album one of the most successful of the Ramones' releases. The lack of record sales was largely due to the fellow punk band Sex Pistols turning people off the genre "with their antisocial behavior," as put by author Brian J.
Rock music historian Legs McNeil relates: "Safety pins, razor blades, chopped haircuts, snarling, vomiting—everything that had nothing to do with the Ramones was suddenly in vogue, and it killed any chance Rocket to Russia had of getting any airplay. After this, Joey asserted that "everyone flipped out and then things Lucy - The Rockats (2) - The First Take Off (Vinyl radically.
Many systems were backed up or redundant or Album) simple that failure was almost impossible. There were 3, parts in a Saturn LP. By contrast, a has approximately 6, parts. The idea was a space plane. After all the delays and cost overruns, we wound up with one of the most complex machines ever designed, the shuttle, strapped to what amounted to glorified fireworks, with a huge bottle of liquid accelerant strapped between the three.
The shuttles had constant problems with tiles falling off, and each tile was unique. There were other problems. Compared to the Saturn V, the shuttle program had fewer redundant systems and was less robust. Finally after NASA took one too many chances, the glorified fireworks failed, LP a crew.
In the end, the costs were thousands of times higher than initially projected, two crews were dead, and the United States was left without a viable system to lift astronauts into orbit.
So, in the end, simplicity usually trumps complexity. Complex systems usually fail catastrophically when they fail see submarines for more examples. Complex systems are more expensive to produce, more difficult to assemble correctly, more difficult to calibrate and adjust, and more likely to fall out of adjustment.
In the process, many things are learned. Nobody imagined a hunk of ice destroying a space shuttle, but it did. All those lessons can be used to perfect the complex, and instruct future designs. So, what does this have to do with cartridges? The basic facts are that a complex design, with many parts made of expensive materials, hand assembled by Master Jedi cartridge makers, will not guarantee good performance.
A more robust design, making clever use of fewer parts, has a higher chance of succeeding, not a lower chance. For instance, good channel separation is just as easily achieved with a cheap cartridge as an expensive one. Do I have a fixation on that, or what? The BS detectors are there as references. I wound up setting the tracking force higher than recommended, at 2. Setting up with a simple paper protractor was super easy. The long parallel lines of the cartridge body make it easy to square up with the lines on the protractor.
I wound up with the rear of the cartridge body a tiny bit lower than the front, which is a very scientific approach I used analog calipers to set the VTA using the line along the side of the SME V as a reference, and then later lowered it a tiny bit more.
In the end, the stylus looked like it had the correct rake angle. It took several albums to get it right, LP. The cartridge was unusually sensitive to antiskate adjustment, with a noticeable imbalance with antiskate turned off.
For once, the antiskate adjustment scale on my SME V roughly corresponded to the tracking force. There is a break-in period, though not a long one. After about 10 hours of listening, the sound smoothed out. The sound of the record is slightly bright and edgy, and the cartridge magnified the shortcomings.
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First off, 15 songs is a pretty good number for an album; having only 10 or 11 songs that make the cut isn't unusual these days. The leadoff track "Roses" shows off his drum talent, and the sound seems tighter and fuller than on his previous albums. "You Gotta Believe" is the feel-good single/5(19).
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’s stereo mix as a 1 LP gram black vinyl. Produced by Giles Martin for this year’s universally heralded ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Anniversary Edition releases, the album’s new stereo mix was sourced directly from the original four track session tapes and guided by the original, Beatles preferred mono mix produced by Giles’ father, George Martin/5(6). First off, 15 songs is a pretty good number for an album; having only 10 or 11 songs that make the cut isn't unusual these days. The leadoff track "Roses" shows off his drum talent, and the sound seems tighter and fuller than on his previous albums. "You Gotta Believe" is the feel-good single/5(19).
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