Adele - 21





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ACOL 6991
UPC: 886974469919
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This new collection of songs showcases the growth of this incredible artist, who at a very young age exhibits the poise of a seasoned veteran.

is the eagerly awaited sophomore album from British singer-songwriter Adele. It's the follow up to Adele's critically acclaimed, Grammy award winning debut album 19 (both named after her age at the time the songs were written). Recorded in Malibu and London, 21 offered Adele the opportunity to work with such luminary producers and songwriters as Rick Rubin, Paul Epworth, Ryan Tedder, Dan Wilson and Fraser T. Smith, as well as continuing to work with Francis "Eg" White and Jim Abbiss.


1. Rolling In The Deep
2. Rumour Has It
3. Turning Tables
4. Don't You Remember
5. Set Fire To The Rain
6. He Won't Go
7. Take It All
8. I'll Be Waiting
9. One And Only
10. Lovesong
11. Someone Like You

Customer Reviews (2.90 Stars) 10 person(s) rated this product.

disappointing recording quality

posted on 12/11/2012
2 Stars
Reviewer: Ron
I was disappointed with the audio quality of the recording.

Excellant album, except for the mastering!

posted on 08/06/2012
3 Stars
Reviewer: VicN
The music on this album is very good and Adele is a great talent. However, the album is called "Adele", not the "Band Supported by Adele". My main gripe with this album is not the sound quality, which is reasonable, it's the mastering and mixing, which puts all the instruments out front and the vocals in the background for most songs. Since when do you go to a concert to hear a singer and the singer is hiding in the background?!? It's a great shame and I agree with the reviewer that stated that sloppy mixing like this is sabotaging vinyl.

Sounds good to me

posted on 07/25/2012
5 Stars
Reviewer: WakaJawaka
My vinyl sounds great. don't know what the other reviewers were on about. Love the Cure cover of Lovesong!

very bad mix

posted on 06/07/2012
2 Stars
great artist great songs, but very bad mix, very muffled sound ? would not suggest to any of my friends....


posted on 04/24/2012
1 Stars
Very disappointed for LP sonic quality. Such an amazing artist and song selections but the sonic quality is overly disappointing. Save your money for better album

Very good but......

posted on 04/10/2012
4 Stars
Reviewer: Tom
I bought this from a local store and the A side was very good.

My issue was it seems like there was an issue with the pressing as the second side sounded like you had ear muffs on and it crackeled, popped and was just bad.

I think there was a miss press as side A was very good.

Standard Quality Pressing! Acceptable!

posted on 03/24/2012
4 Stars
Reviewer: Adam Sanders
The overall sonics of this Lp are quite acceptable. I don't agree with the last reviewer. The sound quality of this Lp is decent, (at least on par with the CD). I'm sure they shared the "same" digital source tapes, and hey! Not EVERY artist is a dedicated Audiophile that gives a damn. I'm just personally happy that this great album was made available on Vinyl. I will agree, that this Vinyl edition, can be a little noisy at times, but not terrible! Certainly, an overall pleasant listening experience and worth getting, (they even include a free download card so you can burn a CD copy for the car). No it's not MOFI quality, it's standard vinyl quality, and hey, that's Ok. Not everything can be Mofi,(although I agree with the last reviewer that this album deserves that kind of treatment and will probably get it in the future!) Nevertheless, although my first copy was a little noisy, when replaced, the new one sounds mostly quiet and continues to make for an enjoyable listening experience.

Great new old album!

posted on 01/11/2012
4 Stars
Reviewer: Ahti
I have an European pressing from this album and it is dead quiet. Sounds much better than the CD...


posted on 11/10/2011
2 Stars
Reviewer: John P. M.
This pressing sounds awful when compared to the cd. Such a talented new artist being pressed on vinyl should be treated with care. This is the future of vinyl, why sabotage it with such poor quality. The vinyl is very noisy and the mastering sounds like it was done by an amatuer. Underwater sonics wont bring repeat customers! Ive invested thousands into my system and most new pressings sound superior compared to their digital counterparts... what a shame

Poor quality vinyl, underwater sonics

posted on 09/20/2011
2 Stars
Reviewer: John P. M.
Yes vinyl is the only format that is growing in popularity, so why sabotage it with this poorly mastered (The cd sounds way better than this) version, pressed onto the noisiest vinyl Ive heard in thirty years! The only thing redeeming in this is Adeles songs which sound like they are being played under water, while the noise floor of the vinyl is extremely high. I have over 3000 invested in my turntable and phono pre-amp, so its the record, not my system. At least the Mp3 download sounds ok.

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