The Boo Radleys - Boo! Forever Full Album
Title: Boo! Forever
Date of release: 08 Jun 1992
Label: Creation Records
Catalog number: CRESCD 128, cre scd 128
Size MP3: 1187 mb
Size FLAC: 1247 mb
|3||Sunfly II: Walking With The Kings||4:24|
|4||Does This Hurt?||3:27|
|CRE 128T||The Boo Radleys||Boo! Forever (12", Single, Ltd, Whi)||Creation Records||CRE 128T||UK||1992|
|35121||The Boo Radleys||Boo! Forever (CD, Maxi)||Creation Records||35121||France||1992|
|CRE 128TP||Boo Radleys||Boo! Forever (12", Single, Promo)||Creation Records||CRE 128TP||UK||1992|
|CSK 4801||The Boo Radleys||Boo! Forever (CD, Single, Promo)||Columbia||CSK 4801||US||1992|
|CRE 128 P||The Boo Radleys||Does This Hurt? (12", S/Sided, Promo)||Creation Records||CRE 128 P||UK||1992|
- Engineer [Assisted By] – Andy Wilkinson
- Engineer [Engineered By] – Ed Buller
- Horns – Roddy Lorimer, Simon Clarke
- Management – Richard Hermitage
- Music By – The Boo Radleys
- Producer [Produced By] – Ed Buller, The Boo Radleys
- Sleeve – Stephen A. Wood
- Songwriter [All Songs By] – Martin
Published by Rhythm King Music
Recorded at Protocol Studios, London, April 1992
Sleeve at Blismic.
℗ & © 1992 Creation Records.
A Creation Records Product.
Distributed by Pinnacle. Made in England.
℗ and © 1992 A Creation Records Product. Made in the U.K.
Published by Rhythm King Music.
CRESCD 128 on sleeve
cre scd 128 on disc
Track durations are not printed on the release.
- Barcode: 5 017556 701287
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): CRESCD 128 · 1:2 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
- Label Code: LC 6306
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Creation Records
- Copyright (c) – Creation Records
- Distributed By – Pinnacle
- Published By – Rhythm King Music
- Recorded At – Protocol Studios
- Designed At – Blismic
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
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