If you happen to fall into that uber-specific collector niche of hotel heiress-turned-reality-star-turned-pop-stars, Real Gone Music has the LP for you. On March 27, Paris Hilton’s 2006 debut Paris arrives on maroon-and-blonde-hued vinyl pressing guaranteed to have you saying, “That’s hot!”
Give the record a spin and you’ll hear from all twelve of the album’s producers, including Scott Storch, J. R. Rotem, Dr. Luke, and Rob Cavallo, who worked with the socialite to deliver a pop album that matches anything from her contemporaries. The result, apparently, was pretty popular. The CD shot up to #6 on the charts and sold 600,000 copies.
Now, the album — which was famously parodied by British artist Banksy — can find a new home in your LP collection. The package features a clutch of very fetch photos emblazoned on the newly designed gatefold and the printed inner sleeve.
So if you’re ready to turn it up and enjoy some time with Paris, you’ll want to add this to the record library. And for the haters out there, take it from Paris herself who famously said: “It’s not my fault if people are still obsessed with me.”
- Turn It Up
- Fightin’ Over Me
- Stars Are Blind
- I Want You
- Nothing In This World
- Not Leaving Without You
- Turn You On
- Do Ya Think I’m Sexy