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Neil Young - Dead Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) FLAC
Performer:
Neil Young
Album:
Dead Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Style:
Soundtrack, Lo-Fi, Psychedelic Rock, Spoken Word
Released:
2011
Country:
Germany
Label:
Vapor Records
Catalog:
9362-46171-1
FLAC size:
1357 mb
MP3 size:
2074 mb
WMA size:
1672 mb


Tracklist


1Guitar Solo 15:18
2Guitar Solo 34:31
3Guitar Solo 63:22
4Time For You To Leave, William Blake...0:51
5Guitar Solo 22:03
6Guitar Solo 514:41
7Why Art Thou Silent And Invisible...2:25
8Guitar Solo 44:22
9The Round Stones Beneath The Earth...3:32
10Organ Solo1:33
11Do You Know How To Use This Weapon?...4:25
12Stupid White Men...8:46
13Nobody's Story6:36


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
9 46171-1, 9 46171-2, 1-46171Neil Young Dead Man ‎(2xLP, Album)Vapor Records, Vapor Records, Vapor Records9 46171-1, 9 46171-2, 1-46171US1996
WPCR-631Neil Young Dead Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album)Vapor RecordsWPCR-631Japan1996
CDW 46171Neil Young Dead Man ‎(CD, Album)Vapor RecordsCDW 46171Canada1996
CDREAL0302495Neil Young Dead Man ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial)CD-RealCDREAL0302495Russia2003
9362-46171-1Neil Young Dead Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Vapor Records 9362-46171-1GermanyUnknown


Notes


Unofficial release of title.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 0-9362-46171-1 2


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Album


Dead Man is the soundtrack to the 1995 Jim Jarmusch western-themed film of the same name starring Gary Farmer, and Johnny Depp as William Blake. The soundtrack album consists of seven instrumental tracks by Young, with dialog excerpts from the film and Johnny Depp reading the poetry. Dead Man Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Neil Young. Released February 27, 1996. Dead Man Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Tracklist. Guitar Solo, No. 1 Lyrics. Neil Young. 2009 Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture. Dreamin' Man Live '92. 2009 Live. 2014 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. An Americana Christmas. Seiichi Yamamoto Cover Album Collection Vol. Seiichi Yamamoto. This one comes with two printed inserts, and the official have instead illustrated inner sleeves, but it lacks of the tracklist provided in this version. I always prefer to have official releases, so I don't regret the purchase, but keep in mind that you're not going to have a different album, as sometimes happens when you compare original versions with counterfeits. Hope this helps : Répondre Me notifier 1 Helpful. Artists: Neil Young, Dead Man Soundtrack. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture Dead Man: A Film By Jim Jarmusch to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture Dead Man: A Film By Jim Jarmusch 1996. The Red Man Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Olivier Giacomotto. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Альбом 1996 Песен: 13. Přehrát celé album. Další alba. Timeframe 65 Unrealised S. Peace Trail. The Monsanto Years. Dead Man Original Motion. Mirror Ball Neil Young &. For The Turntables. Sleeps With Angels Neil. Homefires Bootleg - 2CD. Dream Machine Neil Young. Though Young's instrumental musings work well in the film, this soundtrack album will be of interest mostly to hardcore Young fanatics for whom the feedback epic of Weld was too brief. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample

  • Zut
At last, with the new official repress I can compare both versions, the counterfeit and the official one. Please understand that english is not my mother language. I'm not a hardcore audiophile, but if you are wondering the gear used for the test are a couple of Technics 1200 with matched Ortofon cartridges and a Rane TTm57 mixer, so I could made a real side to side comparison, playing both versions at once and swapping channels to check the differences. I used a Pioneer SA708 amp and two different sets of Technics and Marantz speakers, and Sony MDR-7510 headphones as well. First of all, there are no track differences as some reviews say here. Both vinyls are exactly the same length, and the is no additional content in any of them.Second, I guess this unofficial version was mastered from the cd, at least it seems so as you can notice that sound pressure is really higher in this release that in the official one; the overall volume and compression of the tracks are much bigger here. Which is not a good thing for a vinyl, of course, but let me tell you that once you adjust both volumes the quality difference is not so big. Yes, you have listened well: there's not an incredible difference, believe me. The official repress sounds slightly better and quieter -we all know about mr Young's exquisite taste in mastering- but this versions is as enjoyable as the official one. So, if you already own this unofficial release, I'm not sure if you should buy the official one. This one comes with two printed inserts, and the official have instead illustrated inner sleeves, but it lacks of the tracklist provided in this version. I always prefer to have official releases, so I don't regret the purchase, but keep in mind that you're not going to have a different album, as sometimes happens when you compare original versions with counterfeits.Hope this helps :)
  • Kecq
It seems the official release is better? I have a bootleg but it just has lofi movie sound with stupid blancs between "tracks". It skips too.
  • Golden Lama
I made the plunge and I think it sounds damn good. I am not some kind of hardcore audiophile, but this is not a bad recording. This is an album that begs to be listened to on vinyl and I just wasn't going to pay the outrageous amount for the original. If they do release a new official vinyl I will gladly buy it, but until then I am very happy with this one.
  • Global Progression
How about a truly honest review of how it sounds. We all know it is a bootleg.
  • Inabel
How does this edition look/sound?
  • Mikale
Wow. I purchase most of vinyl online here and forgot about this section until I saw a Vaper Records reissue of this album for really cheap. Man am I glad I decided to check this section out before I purchased. I figured although this was an unofficial pressing, the vinyl would be of comparable quality of the original made by the same guys who put it out the first time. I even assumed they would use the same master. Anyhow…big thanks to the Discogs members who posted on here and saved me some heart(and ear)ache.
  • Doomblade
This is a total failure. Please do not buy this crap. I bought it by mistake and had to return it.
  • Gna
I had the chance to compare the rather new bootleg which is on sale on ebay etc, with an original us version and also with a german version of the original release. the pressing of the bootleg is total crap - only half of the vinyl is used for the music - the rest is plain. completely different to the original. also the printed insleeves are missing. i only wonder, why there is no such discussion concerning Eldorado, because the same thing happened there too ...
  • Rich Vulture
It's counterfeit!!! See Not On Label release of Dead Man.
  • Kaim
There is no official reissue (Germany or US) of this double LP. As of today (March 2013) any Neil Young Dead Man vinyl LP on the market that was not produced in 1996 is not legitimate, it's a fake probably made from a CD... this entry in Discogs database should be deleted, it misleads readers to believe there is a reissue when it does not exist.
  • Chankane
Wow. I purchase most of vinyl online here and forgot about this section until I saw a Vaper Records reissue of this album for really cheap. Man am I glad I decided to check this section out before I purchased. I figured although this was an unofficial pressing, the vinyl would be of comparable quality of the original made by the same guys who put it out the first time. I even assumed they would use the same master. Anyhow…big thanks to the Discogs members who posted on here and saved me some heart(and ear)ache.