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I Robot The Alan Parsons Project - SPARTY 1012

£9.99

Product description

The Alan Parson Project were a progressive rock band consisting of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson, active mainly between 1975 and 1990. I Robot is their second studio album, recorded at Abbey Road Studios and released in 1977. Originally it was intended to relate to Isaac Asimov’s classic story ‘I, Robot’, but as Isaac Asimov had sold the rights some years previously, it was adapted to a more general theme of human versus artificial intelligence. The album could be called I Robot because the comma after the "I" was dropped. The record is stamped "Made in Germany" in the run-out areas and could be a reissue version. Matrix numbers are:- Side 1: 201148 A-2/82 S 111; Side 2: 201148 B-2/81S 111. Both sides have small marks on the tracks. The inner sleeve is plain white. The gatefold album sleeve has some light general marks and indentations on the glossy surface, slight rubbing to corners and a little edge wear. The inside spread has printed lyrics for the non-instrumental selections, and a monochrome photograph of Alan Parsons. A nice item for both fans and collectors.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
The Alan Parsons Project
Catalogue number:
SPARTY 1012
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Rock
Label:
Arista Records
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
10

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The Alan Parson Project were a progressive rock band consisting of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson, active mainly between 1975 and 1990. I Robot is their second studio album, recorded at Abbey Road Studios and released in 1977. Originally it was intended to relate to Isaac Asimov’s classic story ‘I, Robot’, but as Isaac Asimov had sold the rights some years previously, it was adapted to a more general theme of human versus artificial intelligence. The album could be called I Robot because the comma after the "I" was dropped. The record is stamped "Made in Germany" in the run-out areas and could be a reissue version. Matrix numbers are:- Side 1: 201148 A-2/82 S 111; Side 2: 201148 B-2/81S 111. Both sides have small marks on the tracks. The inner sleeve is plain white. The gatefold album sleeve has some light general marks and indentations on the glossy surface, slight rubbing to corners and a little edge wear. The inside spread has printed lyrics for the non-instrumental selections, and a monochrome photograph of Alan Parsons. A nice item for both fans and collectors.

Band/artist(s):
The Alan Parsons Project
Catalogue number:
SPARTY 1012
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Rock
Label:
Arista Records
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
10

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