A white label promotional copy of the first album by Tracy Chapman, pressed on promo-only audiophile vinyl.
Offered for sale is a scarce white label promotional copy of the self-titled debut LP by Tracy Chapman, pressed on promo-only audiophile vinyl.
Tracy Chapman was a surprise hit, reaching #1 on the U.S. album charts and being certified 6 times platinum by the RIAA.
Arriving with little fanfare in the spring of 1988, Tracy Chapman’s eponymous debut album became one of the key records of the Bush era, providing a touchstone for the entire PC movement while reviving the singer/songwriter tradition. … The record continues to sound fresh because Chapman’s writing is so keenly observed and her strong, gutsy singing makes each song sound intimate and immediate.
You can listen to “Talkin’ ‘Bout a Revolution” here:
About this copy: This copy of Tracy Chapman is an original 1988 white label promotional copy, pressed on high quality, promo-only audiophile vinyl.
The cover is M- and has a hype sticker listing song titles and another that says “Pressed on High Quality Audiophile Vinyl.” The custom inner sleeve is included.
The record is M- and essentially looks unplayed. There’s a small stain on one label where a sticker was removed.
A nice copy of a terrific record, and a very hard one to find on vinyl.
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