WAR – Greatest Hits

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LabelAnalogue Productions
Catalogue numberAAPP 149-45
Number of Discs2
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180-gram 45 RPM double LP from Analogue Productions!

 

Mastered by Ryan K. Smith from the original analog master tapes

 

Platinum-selling album by funk, rock and soul band includes “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” “Slippin into Darkness,” “Low Rider,” “Cisco Kid” and more!

 

Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings!

Gatefold old-style “tip-on” jacket by Stoughton Printing with faithfuly reproduced artwork

Originally released in 1976, the War compilation album Greatest Hits contains a monster set of Chicano funky grooves from L.A., most of which forever transformed the sound of funk. The album includes most of the band’s best cuts — such as “Slippin Into Darkness,” “Cisco Kid,” “World Is A Ghetto,” “All Day Music,” “Me & Baby Brother,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” and “Low Rider.” One of the hippest funk, rock and soul groups on the Cali scene of the ’70s, who just kept on making great music as the years went on!

Now with our 45 RPM release, plated and pressed at QRP, the best-sounding version of this historic album gives listeners an even richer sonic experience. The dead-quiet double-LP, with the music spread over four sides of vinyl, reduces distortion and high frequency loss as the wider-spaced grooves let your stereo cartridge track more accurately.

Clean, balanced, richly detailed. Just the way an Analogue Productions reissue should sound.

Additional information

Weight 0,9 kg
Label

Analogue Productions

Category

180 Gram Vinyl Record

No. of Discs

2

Catalog number

AAPP 149-45

US Streetdate

February 21, 2024

1 review for WAR – Greatest Hits

  1. theheepster

    What an absolute banger! These songs have never sounded so awesome. This is one of those records that you can put on for your friends to show how good vinyl can sound. This release is just the best AP Record for me personal.
    If Chad Kassem could just get the rights to War’s Studio Albums, please do it on 45 rpm and Ryan K. Smith the cut. That could be a dream.

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Side A
All Day Music
Slippin’ Into Darkness
The World Is A Ghetto
Side B
The Cisco Kid
Gypsy Man
Side C
Me And Baby Brother
Southern Part Of Texas
Why Can’t We Be Friends?
Side D
Low Rider
Summer