Vinyl Labels Part 2 (S6 E5)

Welcome to the Sounds On Vinyl show, brought to you by BoozeHound Entertainment.

This week we dive into part 2 of vinyl record labels.

  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 01:26 – Casablanca (Humphrey Bogart)
  • 03:02 – Kiss – Love Gun Vanity and “Camel Label”
  • 03:46 – Kiss – Dynasty Vanity Label
  • 04:26 – Donna Summer and the Gene Simmons Connection
  • 06:10 – Trigger
  • 08:35 – Other Casablanca label versions
  • 10:12 – Kissing Contest and Kiss’s “Kissing Time release
  • 12:42 – Warner Bros. “Burbank Label” (Van Halen I)
  • 13:17 – Warner Bros. “White Label” (Van Halen II / 1979 and later)
  • 13:52 – Island Records “Rainbow Label” (Anthrax – Among the Living / 80’s)
  • 15:37 – Re-Issues and Cheap Labels
  • 16:50 – Fame Label and Iron Maiden
  • 18:40 – Colored Vinyl (Red, Blue vs. Black) and its sound quality
  • 19:58 – Why they released colored vinyl records in the 1980s
  • 20:00 – Metallica – Master of Puppets color variations
  • 22:05 – Bootlegs
  • 24:30 – Using whatever label is lying around, no matter what’s on it
  • 25:38 – Iron Maiden – “7 Deadly Sins” Bootleg label variations
  • 28:15 – Kiss Bootlegs – Listening to the experience and reaction of the audience
  • 30:00 – Outro and Episode 6 tease

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