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Beyoncé – Lemonade

180g - Coloured - Yellow - Lemonade was a cultural high-point and the best album of Beyoncé's career


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Weight: 180g
Cover Condition: Mint
Record Condition: Mint
CD Condition: Mint

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Pray You Catch Me

Hold Up

Don’t Hurt Yourself


6 Inch

Daddy Lessons


Lemonade is a stunning album, one that sees her exploring sounds she never has before.

Double 180g Yellow Vinyl in gatefold sleeve.

Includes Digital Album download + Lemonade Film.

2016 Parkwood Entertainment LLC

Made in the EU.

“Hold Up” contains a sample of “Can’t Get Used to Losing You”, written by Jerome “Doc” Pomus and Mort Shuman, performed by Andy Williams.

“Don’t Hurt Yourself” contains samples of “When the Levee Breaks”, written by James Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham, performed by Led Zeppelin.

“6 Inch” contains samples of “Walk On By”, written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, performed by Isaac Hayes, and “My Girls”, performed by Animal Collective[1].

“Freedom” contains samples of “Let Me Try”, written by Frank Tirado, performed by Kaleidoscope; samples of ” Collection Speech/Unidentified Lining Hymn”, recorded by Alan Lomax in 1959, performed by Reverend R.C. Crenshaw; and samples of “Stewball”, recorded by Alan Lomax and John Lomax, Sr. in 1947, performed by Prisoner “22” at Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman.

1st cat# in booklet, inside sleeve, on stickers
2nd cat# on labels
Stickers are additionally numbered ‘S1’ and ‘S2’

Condition Definitions: 

Good: Well Used – Still in Acceptable Condition
Very Good: Moderately Used
Great: Used
Excellent: Lightly Used
Near Mint:  Barely Used
Mint: New Product – Sealed

Track List

    Side a
  • Pray You Catch Me
  • Hold Up
  • Don't Hurt Yourself
    Side b
  • Sorry
  • 6 Inch
  • Daddy Lessons
    Side c
  • Love Drought
  • Sandcastles
  • Forward
  • Freedom
    Side d
  • All Night
  • Formation

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