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Spectrum - How You Satisfy Me mp3 album

Spectrum  - How You Satisfy Me mp3 album Performer: Spectrum
Title: How You Satisfy Me
Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Date of release: 1992
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1344 mb
Size FLAC: 1492 mb
Rating: 4.7

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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Silvertone Records (catalog number ORE CD 41). This album was released in 1992-05-00 year. UK. Format of the release is.

Complete your Spectrum collection. Over the years I have amassed a huge vinyl collection and many coloured records of course, but I have to say this is the only completely glass clear record I have ever seen.

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Cover of 'How You Satisfy Me' by Spectrum. Recorded live in the Arch, Cardiff by J Thomas.


A How You Satisfy Me
B1 Don't Go (Instrumental)
B2 My Life Spins Around Your Every Smile
B3 Don't Go (Instrumental 2)

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Orlake Records


Produced and Mixed by Sonic Boom and Richard Formby
Translucent plastic sleeve. Record has no label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed (on sticker)): 5 013705 903663
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5013705903663
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side A): ORET-41-A ORLAKE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side B): ORET-41-B ORLAKE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ORE CD 41 Spectrum How You Satisfy Me ‎(CD, Single) Silvertone Records ORE CD 41 UK 1992
ORE 41 Spectrum How You Satisfy Me ‎(7", Single, Cle) Silvertone Records ORE 41 UK 1992

User reviews
Over the years I have amassed a huge vinyl collection and many coloured records of course, but I have to say this is the only completely glass clear record I have ever seen. I have to agree with other review that sound quality is poor and some crackles even on my MINT copy which I have owned since release date. The problem with crystal clear vinyl is that the purity of vinyl is compromised and creates ruff surfaces which are audible from new. This I discussed in the past with pressing plants when I looked at making a clear vinyl myself. I was advised to stay away form a sound quality point of view. Cristal clear vinyls are made for collecting and visual impact, not for sound quality, adding colour to it makes it even worse, so clear colored vinyls will always sound bad period.For me what makes this record unique is the clear sleeve design and clarity of vinyl with no labels which is also difficult to produce in a press. Definitely a collector item
Please ... allow me to assure you, this is a vanity collectors item only on Yellow vinyl! No one, not even those with sealed copies are going to be able to offer you a Mint sounding record. There are pops, there is static, the edges of the vinyl are rough to the touch, I have never heard a mind sounding copy of the 7" ... if you want this edition as part of your collection because you're a completist, then by all means, add it to that collection, but don't for one second think that you will ever find a gem. New copies must be rated as GOOD/FAIR, and the album jacket will split along the seams in no time. The production of this 7" release falls far short in all aspects. Yes, I have discussed this with Pete Kember at the North Star Bar in Philadelphia during his sound-check.
Vanity collector's item only on yellow vinyl? This record is clearly clear.
Do you mean Clear vinyl instead of Yellow? True Love was on Yellow.