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Placebo - Without You I'm Nothing album

Size MP3 album: 1225 mb. | Size FLAC album: 1681 mb.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Pure Morning
Engineer – Teo MillerProducer – Phil VinallProgrammed By – Phelan Kane
A2 Brick Shithouse 3:18
A3 You Don't Care About Us 3:58
A4 Ask For Answers 5:19
A5 Without You I'm Nothing 4:08
A6 Allergic (To Thoughts Of Mother Earth) 3:49
B1 The Crawl 2:59
B2 Every You Every Me
Lyrics By – Paul Campion
B3 My Sweet Prince 5:45
B4 Summer's Gone 3:05
B5 Scared Of Girls 3:01
B6 Burger Queen 6:08

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elevator Lady Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – Elevator Lady Ltd
  • Licensed To – Vertigo/Capitol
  • Published By – BMG FM Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Vertigo/Capitol
  • Recorded At – Real World Studios
  • Recorded At – Livingston Studios
  • Mixed At – Whitfield Street Recording Studios
  • Mixed At – Livingston Studios
  • Remastered At – 360 Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Unity Mastering
  • Pressed By – MPO


  • Engineer – Adrian Bushby (tracks: A2 to B6)
  • Engineer [Additional] – Paul Corkett
  • Lacquer Cut By – Chris Parmenidis
  • Lyrics By – Brian Molko
  • Mixed By [Assistant] – Jake Davies
  • Music By – Placebo
  • Photography By – Corrine Day*
  • Producer – Steve Osborne (tracks: A2 to B6)
  • Recorded By [Assistant] – Jacquie Turner
  • Remastered By – Dick Beetham


Sticker says "2015 Remastered Limited Yellow 180g Vinyl"

"Pure Morning" recorded and mixed at Livingston Studios, London.

Produced for 140 DB Management.
Additional engineering for 140 DB Management.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0602547302205
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO 00602547275387 A UNITY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO 00602547275387 B
  • Label Code: LC14513

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FLOORLP8, 7243 8 46531 1 8 Placebo Without You I'm Nothing ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Hut Recordings, Virgin FLOORLP8, 7243 8 46531 1 8 UK & Europe 1998
CDFLOOR8, 7243 846531 2 5 Placebo Without You I'm Nothing + Bonus ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial, Red) Elevator Music , Virgin , Hut Recordings CDFLOOR8, 7243 846531 2 5 Russia 1998
CDFLOOR8, 7243 8 46531 2 5 Placebo Without You I'm Nothing ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Elevator Music , Virgin CDFLOOR8, 7243 8 46531 2 5 Russia 1998
7243 8 48623 0 5 Placebo Without You I'm Nothing ‎(CD, Album + CD, Single, Enh, Promo, Car + Box, Ltd) Virgin, Hut Recordings, Elevator Music 7243 8 48623 0 5 France 1999
CDFLOOR8, 7243 8 46531 2 5 Placebo Without You I'm Nothing ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Elevator Music , Virgin CDFLOOR8, 7243 8 46531 2 5 Russia Unknown

Comments: (42)
I buy vinyl for the deep bass. But when the mp3 has more bass than this record, there's something really wrong with it.
I'm playing this on a ProJect 'The Classic' with a Sumiko Blue Point No. 2 MM Cartridge - the mix is just bizarre, it is so high and jangly. I accept this is a yellow vinyl, but even on first play is sounds muddled and compressed, like I suddenly have a transistor radio authoring the sound. Very odd.
FLAT. So disappointed, this sounds like I'm listening to it through a pillow. Great packaging, terrible pressing.
I own all Placebo limited issue albums and i am especially dissapointed of the sound of this one. Especially the inner area of Side A "Without you i'm Nothing" and "Allergic" sound extremely distorted.
Longitude Temporary
This is honestly a pretty "average" sounding record. I have a transparent yellow copy and it doesn't sound much different than the CD to my ears. I don't have the most expensive, nicest system, but I have a decent Rega RP6 system and this record doesn't warrant any explicit complaints but isn't a sonic upgrade over the original CD.
I find this vinyl version has a lot more depth in the audio, plenty of details in the mix that I've never heard before.
You seem to like some pretty bad sounding records it seems...
Rega RP3 w/ortofon bronze & technics SLQ-203 w/AT120E. Yellow copy. Sounds fine to me.
Technics SL-1210MK2 w/ Pro-Ject Pick It (low output) MC cart: sounds quite good.
This isn't the best sounding record in my collection, but it's far from the worst. It just doesn't sound any better than my CD, which means it sounds reasonably good. Despite DR database showing this has a better dynamic range than the CD, it still sounds compressed and flat. It's certainly worthwhile buying if you're a fan.
sounds fantastic on my player, perhaps your record player sucks?
Swift Summer
That the reason I bought every reissue. I really love(d) placebo. But unfortunately you're right. All of the reissues sound compressed, flat and I noticed quite a lot of hissing sound.
Vinyl will always have a better DR than a cd anyway, this is due to the format, you cannot compress it as much! Doesnt tell you anything about the fidelity...this sounds like a cd. If you want that, why not buy the cd?
i wonder why people is complaining about the sound of this reissue: to me, it sounds killer!very rich bass, good midrange and crisp highs. i'm very happy of it :)
There is more impurities in different colors in the wax soup.. you should google to be sure.. best is usually black or clear vinyl mix.. or you can ask someone who has a label or even better does records for living..
just a pair of very obvious considerations... this is a very subjective matter: to some, this release sounds bad, to some sounds good. much depends on the equipment used and, last but not least, to our ears :)
.Richard. Its irrelevant what colour it is...ALL VINYL IS COLOURED apart from clear! It uses the same stampers... Black or yellow theyre the same pressing. What do you think they would recut it for a different colour loool!? Why the hell the black one then sounds really better than yellow one? And yellow one is not same "pressing" with black pressing..
I just bought black vinyl and its really way better than yellow one.
agree. a great, great part is made by the equipment used to listen: if you use a cheap turntable fitted with a low budget cartridge, obviously you can't expect that much!
It also depends on what you're playing it on aswell...the more resolving your setup, the more you notice it...
Its irrelevant what colour it is...ALL VINYL IS COLOURED apart from clear! It uses the same stampers... Black or yellow theyre the same pressing. What do you think they would recut it for a different colour loool!?
i'm talking about the yellow one :)
Are you talking about yellow pressing or black? Because i think that yellow one isnt good.
Not bad! Cover / inner / coloured vinyl = 9/10 Sound = 7/10
So is this better than the yellow edition?
It will 99.9% probably use the exact stamper...which gives you the answer...
It isn't a perfect pressing, but to my ears it isn't a poor one either. 6.5 out of 10.
in waiting
the cd i have is better indeed. i bought this one also for artwork...which is near perfect 9/10
I think that its poor cause cd quality is way better. I listen vinyls because most of them sounds way better than cds.
I'm almost wishing I got the black one. Sometimes colored vinyl isn't always a great thing.. Glad to have the album none the less.
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Placebo - Without You I'm Nothing album
Alternative Rock
Performer: Placebo
Title: Without You I'm Nothing
Category: Rock
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 2015
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 505