Boston - Boston

 (Translucent Gold Vinyl)


Friday Music



Product No.:
AFRM 88888
UPC: 829421888888

180 Gram Vinyl Record

180 Gram LP

180-gram gatefold LP on translucent gold vinyl

Features "More Than A Feeling," "Rock And Roll Band," "Long Time" and more!

Rolling Stone 100 Best Debut Albums of All Time — 41/100

"A landmark of Seventies hard rock, from the not-so-mean streets of Swampscott, Massachusetts. Tom Scholz, an MIT-educated Polaroid engineer, spent years in his basement studio, devising the perfect sonic formula. He found it, which is why Boston has remained in constant radio rotation ever since." — Rolling Stone

There are groundbreaking albums, then there are extraordinary mega-classic masterworks that have stood the test of time during their time and for decades beyond, Boston's debut masterpiece Boston is one such recording.

Thanks to the strong masterful guitar chops of Tom Scholz, the great Brad Delp on power vocals, guitar great Barry Goudreau, plus Fran Sheehan on bass and the powerful Sib Hashian on drums, the number one Boston LP took the rock music world by storm, and it continues to be one of the most enduring and much loved albums of all time.

Mastered impeccably from the original Epic Records tapes by Joe Reagoso, this stunning masterpiece now boasts premium sound on high grade 180-gram red vinyl, a gatefold cover, and of course, all of the hits you remember, including "More Than A Feeling," "Rock And Roll Band," "Long Time" and many more time honored classics.

This album should be on the list of every rock fan who owns a turntable. Its sounds amazing, it gives us the chills and all of the good feelings you would expect from this incredible and historic rock debut.

1. More Than A Feeling
2. Peace Of Mind
3. Foreplay / Long Time
4. Rock & Roll Band
5. Smokin'
6. Hitch A Ride
7. Something About You
8. Let Me Take You Home Tonight

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.


posted on 04/22/2019
5 Stars
I had gotten a previous reissue of this album that had been cut from digital. It was very disappointing. Mechanical sounding, lifeless, unengaging. I spun it once and never again. This issue is exactly the opposite. I was sixteen when this came out, and from the first drop of the needle I was in the back seat again with Sue S. Quite an emotional experience. This is what the music actually sounds like, and draws you in so that you want to play it again and again. The best!

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