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Where Did Our Love Go (Mlps)
Diana Ross & the Supremes
Where Did Our Love Go (Mlps)
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1

Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in miniature LP sleeve. 2007.


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All Artists: Diana Ross & the Supremes
Title: Where Did Our Love Go (Mlps)
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Universal Japan
Original Release Date: 1/1/2007
Re-Release Date: 7/16/2007
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock
Styles: Oldies, Motown, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1


Album Description
Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in miniature LP sleeve. 2007.

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Great to hear original mono version of this landmark Motown
John Doe | mesa, AZ | 01/17/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Great to finally hear this album in it's original monophonic spendor after 40 plus years. Almost like listening to the actual 33 1/3 vinyl release, which I still have a copy of! Not too cleaned-up and remastered to death, like most Motown compilations currently on CD. Hope more original MONO and 45RPM mixes will find their way onto CD."
What A Treat For Supremes Fans
Louis R. Cappello | Portland, Or. | 06/06/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I know this CD is a little pricey now,but well worth it!
If your a fan get it before it becomes A CD on E-Bay auction. Disc 2 is worth the price alone of early Supremes singing as a true group many gems and on top of that you get the 12 track album in mono (sounds wonderful)and in stereo. Dig into your pocket for this one don't miss out on this limited release, I'm very glad I did."
BOB | LOS ANGELES, CA | 09/26/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Since the 1981 advent of the compact disc, Motown has shamelessly released reissue after reissue of its extensive catalog. For The Supremes, just like most of the major Motown acts, there is an endless plethora of albums, compilations and box sets, all of which had wildly-varying audio quality, regardless of mono or stereo content.

These ten 2007 Japanese mini-sleeve CD's are the best sounding stereo Supremes CD's I've heard yet. The separation and clarity is absolutely nothing short of miraculous and revelatory.

For me, the real joy of these new remasters is the ability to hear James Jamerson's playing in perfect, note-for-note clarity. That cat may have been one of the greatest to ever play the instrument, and being able to hear him so clearly is so enjoyable in a manner I haven't experienced before with any other release.

I own the 2000 box set, several of the latest anthologies, and the 2006 HIP-O "Where Did Our Love Go" 2CD. None of these sound as good as these Japan issues.

I just checked my Japan-based source for mini-sleeves, and as of this writing, six of these Supremes CD's are already OOP (all `sleeves are limited edition). If you're a fan, don't delay in getting these, as they are priceless.

Link by title to the 2007 Japan mini-sleeve Supremes catalog:

More Hits by The Supremes
I Hear A Symphony
Supremes A Go-Go
Sing Holland Dozier Holland
Join The Temptations
Love Child
Aquarius / Let The Sunshine In
Cream Of The Crop


Have you ever lamented the loss of one of the 20th Century's great art forms, the 12" vinyl LP jacket? Then "mini-LP-sleeve" CD's may be for you.

Mini-sleeve CDs are manufactured in Japan under license. The disc is packaged inside a 135MM X 135MM cardboard precision-miniature replica of the original classic vinyl-LP album. Also, anything contained in the original LP, such as gatefolds, booklets, lyric sheets, posters, printed LP sleeves, stickers, embosses, special LP cover paper/inks/textures and/or die cuts, are precisely replicated and included. An English-language lyric sheet is always included, even if the original LP did not have printed lyrics.

Then, there's the sonic quality: Often (but not always), mini-sleeves have dedicated remastering (20-Bit, 24-Bit, DSD, K2/K2HD, and/or HDCD), and can often (but not always) be superior to the audio on the same title anywhere else in the world. There also may be bonus tracks unavailable elsewhere.

Each Japan mini-sleeve has an "obi" ("oh-bee"), a removable Japan-language promotional strip. The obi lists the Japan street date of that particular release, the catalog number, the mastering info, and often the original album's release date. Bonus tracks are only listed on the obi, maintaining the integrity of the original LP artwork. The obi's are collectable, and should not be discarded.

All mini-sleeve releases are limited edition, but re-pressings/re-issues are becoming more common (again, not always). The enthusiasm of mini-sleeve collecting must be tempered, however, with avoiding fake mini-sleeves manufactured in Russia and distributed throughout the world, primarily on eBay. They are inferior in quality, worthless in collectable value, a total waste of money, and should be avoided at all costs."