Gaga’s Touring Bands (2009-2010)

 Gaga FrontRow reports:
Here’s some information on the musicians in Lady Gaga’s live touring bands.
The band on the Fame Ball 2009 World Tour consisted of:
  • Nico Constantine (guitar, musical director)
  • Tommy Kafafian (bass)
  • Andreas Brobjer (drums)
  • Brian London (keyboards)
Nico and Tommy used to play in Program the Dead. Nico first joined Lady Gaga on stage as DJ Nicodemus (substituting for Space Cowboy) in Philadelphia on May 1, 2009. He also played on Gaga’s early demos with Rob Fusari. Tommy was first with Gaga when he played guitar on various songs of The Fame that were produced by Fusari, with whom Tommy had recorded a solo album in 2005. Andreas is a musician who played in hard rock and metal bands in the US and in Sweden, his native country. Brian is a keyboard player, originally from North Carolina, who has been recording with many r&b and pop artists, including Salt ‘n’ Peppa and Katy Perry. The first show Gaga played with this band was the Glastonbury Festival on June 26, 2009. Their last show was in Washington, DC, on September 29, 2009. Since their Gaga days, Nico and Tommy have played in the band Dirty Pollyanna, whereafter Nico founded Institution Media and worked with singer Brooklynn and the band StarBenders. Drummer Andreas now mostly writes music and plays solo as well. Brian has most recently played keyboards for Rihanna, Jason Derulo, Bruno Mars, and Adam Lambert, amongst others. Brian tweeted to have seen Gaga at one of the L.A. Monster Ball shows in 2010.
It was reported at some point during the tour (around the Boston concerts) that Jeff Bhasker was fired. The original three-member band of Charles, Adam, and Pete were rehired, and Mitch was added as the fourth band member.
The Monster Ball band’s original bass player would have been Sylvia Gordon of Kudu. Sylvia had the website Say Sylvia set up to report from her tour diary. However, she only wrote one entry: “Just landed in L.A., and already I feel like I am in another world. Bombarded with new people and oppurtunities, my head is swimming… I still need to learn all these songs!”. It was not meant to be… On her blog Eat a Blog Dog, Sylvia wrote on November 9 that she would be playing bass on the Monster Ball, but ten days later she wrote that she would not be playing after all. She mentions that the band is hardly visible behind the video screens and that her bass parts would be mainly to boost the synth sound, although she would have loved to do the tour. Sylvia then joined up with Telepopmusik.

Bob Leone and the Sociology of the Fame

Lady Gaga’s First Manager Discusses an Early Chapter in the History of Contemporary Pop
 
With Lady Gaga set to perform at the Grammys and being featured on the TV show 60 Minutes tomorrow, let’s take a step back in time to focus on the role played in the creation of Lady Gaga by her first manager, Bob Leone.
 
By Mathieu Deflem | Published: February 12, 2011
Lady Gaga fans will have heard of Bob Leone since at least October of 2010, when he placed various early Lady Gaga demos and memorabilia for sale through an auction organized by GottaHaveRockandRoll.com. The auction, containing early Stefani Germanotta recordings dating back to 2002, was a much publicized event, noted in various publications such as People Magazine and the Los Angeles Times, but the items were eventually withdrawn when Lady Gaga herself bought her early recordings back. Relying on an exclusive interview with Mr. Leone, this article on gagafrontrow.net may shed a little more light on an intriguing early episode in the history of Lady Gaga.
Bob Leone hails from New York City, where he obtained a graduate degree in Psychology from the City University of New York. In the 1970s, he played in the band Flame. The band was formed in 1975 and featured Janis Joplin-styled vocalist Marge Raymond (who had been in the 60s-band Margie and the Formations and later sang on records by ELO and others). Besides Bob on keyboards, other band members included John Paul Fetta, Frank Ruby, Thommy Price, who later played with Joan Jett, and guitarist Jimmy Crespo, who would join Aerosmith for a few years to replace Joe Perry. Flame released two albums on RCA: Queen of the Neighborhood in 1977 and a self-titled album in 1978. The first record featured contributions by Luther Vandross and E Streeters Steven Van Zandt and Clarence Clemmons.
More than interesting is that Flame’s first record was produced by Jimmy Iovine, a childhood friend of Mr. Leone’s. “We grew up on the same block in Brooklyn and played on the same softball team,” Mr. Leone says. “We even played in a band together. It was called Chazz. Jimmy was the bass guitarist and I played a Hammond organ. Flame was the first band that Jimmy Iovine ever produced. He also co-managed the band; another first for him. When Jimmy decided he wanted a keyboard player in Flame, he called me and offered me the job.” In 1990, Iovine formed Interscope Records and, as fans will know, he would go on to sign Lady Gaga to a record deal in 2007.
Between 1981 and 1988, Mr. Leone became the National Projects Director at the Songwriters Guild of America and, subsequently, at the Songwriters Hall of Fameand its parent organization, the National Academy of Popular Music, in which function he remained until 2006. It was during that year that he became the first manager of the singer now known as Lady Gaga. “I was her first manager,” says Mr. Leone. “Prior to me, her dad looked after her. But she decided she wanted a music industry professional whom she could trust, and I was the guy. In the six months I was Stefani’s manager (March to August 2006), it was on a part-time basis, because I was working full-time at the Songwriters Hall of Fame (SHOF).”
Mr. Leone was asked to manage the singer then known as Stefani Germanotta “immediately following a solo performance at the Bitter End” on March 9, 2006, though he had already known the singer since she was about 14 years old. From that age onwards, she had steadily been honing her musical talent and was already taking lessons with famed vocal coach Don Lawrence. In those early days, Mr. Leone’s encouragement was on at least one occasion instrumental in persuading the young singer to take to the stage to perform, after having attended open-mic nights in New York for two weeks in the accompaniment of her mother.
So what does a manager do for a young unsigned talent? “Being a personal manager to an artist involves playing a number of different roles and this was certainly the case with me and Stefani,” says Mr. Leone. “I was her therapist, her confidante, her biggest supporter, her priest, her crying towel, her cheerleader, her motivational speaker, her best friend and much more. I was literally available to her 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even when I was at work in my office at SHOF. Stef most often called to have a conversation, as artists and musicians will, in the middle of the night.” From the very beginning, Mr. Leone confirms, the singer’s ultimate goal was “world domination.”
Among the first concrete actions Leone undertook on behalf of his client was the production of “an industry showcase featuring Stef and seven other talented artists.” That fateful event was held on March 23, 2006 as the 57th New Writers Showcase at New York’s The Cutting Room. It was probably Leone’s most important act as manager, because it was there that another singer, Wendy Starland, recognized in Stefani Germanotta the singer in the style of The Strokes which producer Robert Fusari had said to be looking for. Starland immediately called Fusari, who met Stefani shortly thereafter. Needless to say, Fusari went on to produce Lady Gaga in more ways than one.
Incidentally, Mr. Leone had already introduced Starland to Germanotta a few weeks before the March 2006 showcase. At the time, he says, “Stefani was an intern at Viacom’s Famous Music Publishing (which no longer exists). I had set up a meeting for Wendy with one of the companies top executives, Irwin Z. Robinson… It was on our way to Irwin’s office that I spotted Stef and took Wendy over to meet her.”
Having met Fusari, a production agreement had to be set up with Stefani, who was then represented by her father and a lawyer. According to Mr. Leone, “Negotiations went on for several months before a deal was reached. There was one demand that Rob made that was totally unacceptable to Stefani’s dad and lawyer, and they made it clear that they would not sign the contract until that demand was dropped. Specifically, Rob was demanding 50% of Stefan’s songwriter royalties, even though he did not co-write any of the songs. This ‘deal breaker’ was an issue that went on for over a month with neither side willing to back down.”
The negotiations over the production deal with Fusari weighed heavily on Stefani. As Mr. Leone recalls, “she was miserable about the possibility of the deal falling through and she called me incessantly and usually in tears to express her anxiety and fears.” Upon consultation with her father and lawyer, Mr. Leone decided to call Fusari to resolve the matter. “During what was less than a 10-minute conversation with Rob,” he says, “I impressed upon him how much he could potentially lose by giving up a client with as much commercial potential as Stefani. Rob was convinced by that and told me he would withdraw his demand the next day, which he did… Once Stefani signed with Rob, the next order of business for me and all of Stefani’s team was to get her signed to a major label deal. To that end, I set up several industry showcases at the best music venues in NYC.”
The additional showcases Mr. Leone organized were exclusively for the Italian-American singer, who by this time performed under the stage name Lady Gaga, a moniker given to her by Fusari. These performances, says Mr. Leone, “didn’t take place until Rob [Fusari] had produced enough of GaGa’s songs to comprise a full album. There were two of these shows, and I believe both took place in July. One was at the Bitter End, the other at the Cutting Room. No tracks. No band. Just Stefani singing and accompanying herself on piano. Both shows were open to everyone, including industry insiders. All the major label A&R executives were invited to these events, but nobody offered GaGa a deal.”
To get a glimpse in what these showcases may have been like, a video is available of a later performance by Lady Gaga at the first event of On Stage Italian American Artists (OSIAA; now called Ti Piace) at New York’s Cutting Room on October 6, 2006. By the time of this performance, a record executive had finally agreed to sign Lady Gaga to a record deal. Immediately upon hearing her sing during a chance meeting, L.A. Reid of Island Def Jam signed the singer on the spot (on an $800,000 advance), only to drop her again three months later and cancel plans for an album release in the summer of 2007.
As agreed before Mr. Leone took the job on a part-time basis and without receiving financial compensation, he stepped aside as Lady Gaga’s manager after she signed her first record deal. Because of his other professional commitments, Leone often found himself exhausted and was “actually happy to pass GaGa on to a ‘real’ manager.” That new manager was Laurent Besencon, who at the time also managed Rob Fusari. Some time around January 2007, Besencon introduced Lady Gaga to another client of his, music producer RedOne, which, needless to argue, led to another successful collaboration. Via Fusari, Gaga was then introduced to Vincent Herbert of Streamline Records, who in turn introduced the singer to Jimmy Iovine of Interscope, to which company Lady Gaga has been signed since May 2007.
Following his retirement from SHOF in 2006, Mr. Leone ran a management company for up-and-coming singers, Bob Leone Management, a position from which he has retired just this past week. Following the much publicized auction in 2010, Mr. Leone’s early involvement with Lady GaGa became known worldwide (google search: bob leone lady gaga). And as a direct result, he was catapulted to his current self-described status as “The Most Famous Manager in the Universe,” with all due consequences. “When [Lady GaGa’s] fans heard about my connection to their idol,” Mr. Leone says, “my inboxes were filled to overflowing with requests for memorabilia (of which I no longer have any) and requests from hundreds of teenage girls who wanted me to manage them so they could be the ‘next’ GaGa.” His response was: “Been there. Done that. Besides, I think one Lady GaGa is quite enough for the world to handle.” The world, no doubt, agrees.

© Mathieu Deflem for gagafrontrow.net

2009/06/my-lady-gaga-collection-its-gaga.html

Here are details of the Gagafrontrow music collection of Lady Gaga‘s first two albums, related singles, EPs, and earlier demo releases. Check the separate two pages GFR Music Collection Pix #1 and GFR Music Collection Pix #2 for pictures. As explained here, there is no collection for Born This Way and later releases.

COMPACT DISCS

  • “Kandy Life EP” – Demo disc (pre-contract demos, five songs, produced by Rob Fusari, released by manager to music industry, Lollapalooza, Chicago, August 2007)
  • Dirty Rich – Advance promo CD (three songs [Dirty Rich, Paparazzi, Disco Heaven], 2008)
  • The Fame – Personalized advance promo (US, watermarked, first series, numbered [49], and personalized for “Jennifer Hawks,” 12 tracks, incl. various alternate titles and Vanity, 2008)
  • The Fame – Personalized advance promo (US, watermarked, second series, numbered [169], and personalized for “Ivy Alexenburg”, 12 tracks [same as Canadian version], 2008)
  • The Fame – Advance promo (France, [same as US advance promo first series], 12 tracks, incl. various alternate titles and Vanity, 2008)
  • The Fame – Canada (12 songs, incl. Again Again and original mixes of Money Honey and LoveGame, 0251766489, 2008)
  • The Fame – US (14 songs, B0011805-02, 2008)
  • The Fame – US promo (14 songs, B0011805-02, stickered, 2008)
  • The Fame – US promo (14 songs, B0011805-02, hole-punched, 2008)
  • The Fame – EU (13 songs, original edition, 0602517814257, 2008)
  • The Fame – EU (15 songs, revised edition, 0602517913974, 2008/2009)
  • The Fame – Thailand (15 songs, 179 296-4, 2008)
  • The Fame – Thailand promo (13 songs, stamped inner rim of disc, 178 142-5, 2008)
  • The Fame – UK promo (card sleeve, 16 songs, GAGA3, 2008)
  • The Fame – UK promo (plastic sleeve, 16 songs, 2008)
  • The Fame – UK sampler promo (plastic sleeve with insert, 4 songs, 2008)
  • The Fame – UK (16 songs with bonus content, 1791747, 2009)
  • The Fame – UK (HMV Limited Edition Exclusive Slipcase, 16 songs with bonus content, 1791747, 2009)
  • The Fame – Korea (15 songs, with memo pad, DS6042/179 139-7, 2009)
  • The Fame – Australia (15 songs, with warning stamp, 1791397, 2008)
  • The Fame – Argentina (15 songs, 1791397, 2008)
  • The Fame – Taiwan (15 songs, with obi, 179 139-7, 2008)
  • The Fame – Poland (15 songs, ‘wydanie polskie’, 0602517929647, 2008)
  • The Fame – China (15 songs, with sticker, GE0250C, 2008)
  • The Fame – Japan sampler promo (2 songs [Just Dance/Poker Face], 2009)
  • The Fame – Japan (17 songs incl. Retro Dance Freak, UICS-1186, May 20, 2009)
  • The Fame – Japan promo (17 songs, promo-stickered obi, stamped disc inner rim, UICS-9105, 2009)
  • The Fame – Japan promo (12 songs, triple fold-out sleeve, SIC-1279, 2009)
  • The Fame – Malaysia (15 songs, with playing cards, 0602517929047, 2009)
  • The Fame – Taiwan (15 songs, with promo book, 1791397A, 2008)
  • The Fame – Ukraine (15 songs, different back cover, misprinted song title, distributed by Moon Records for Interscope, 0602517814257, 2008)
  • The Fame – Ukraine (15 songs, red disc, different back cover, misprinted song title, distributed by Moon Records for Interscope, 0602517814257, 2008)
  • The Fame – Germany (Saturn ‘Limitierte Sonderedition’ [Limited Special Edition], 19 tracks, incl. The Cherrytree Sessions & Again Again, withdrawn from stores, 0602527114705, 2009)
  • The Fame – Japan (deluxe edition, 17 songs, CD & DVD, UNICS-9104, 2009)
  • The Fame – Hong Kong (15 songs, slipcase with 5 postcards, 0602517913974, 2008)
  • The Fame – Mexico (13 songs, hole-punched, 1781425, 2008)
  • The Fame – Germany (15 songs, PUR edition [slidepak], 0600733213346, 2008)
  • The Fame – Singapore (15 songs, 0602517929647, 2008)
  • The Fame – France (15 songs, ‘Prix Spécial’ series, slipcase, 0602517913974, 2008)
  • The Fame – India (15 songs, with free umbrella, 0602517913974, 2008)
  • The Fame – India (15 songs, special India edition, 06025 179 2964, 2009)
  • The Fame – Brazil sampler promo (bootleg CDR, 6 songs, with promo pictures and bio/info sheet, 2009)
  • The Fame – Russia/C.I.S. (bootleg [Star Mark], ‘Deluxe Limited Edition’ CD & DVD, 21 songs, digipak, 4607147894958 22954-1/2, 2008)
  • The Fame – Russia (13 songs, incl. Again Again, 605026699762, 2009)
  • The Fame – Colombia (13 songs, with promotional game ‘Love Game’, 1781425, 2008)
  • The Fame – Japan sampler promo (2 songs, 2009)
  • The Fame – Argentina (15 songs, slidepak edition, 5321334, 2009)
  • The Fame – Rumania (13 songs, ‘Special Pentru Romania’, 0602517903098, 2008)
  • The Fame – “The Gaga Collection” (bootleg, printed as Interscope release made in C.I.S., CD & DVD, 2010)
  • The Fame – US counterfeit (printed as USA, Interscope Records, B001185-02, 2008; 14 songs, slightly darker photography print and differing title font, likely made in China, 2010)
  • The Fame – Russia/Belarus counterfeit (‘Sound Pro’ release, 21 songs, R CD WWW888, 2010)
  • The Fame – Japan rerelease (17 songs, UICS-1186 [on booklet], UICY 91583 [on OBI strip], 2010)
  • The Fame – Greece (15 songs, Greece Special Edition, 0602517929647, 2008/2009)
  • The Fame – Czech Republic (15 songs, Special edition for the Czech Republic and Slovenia, 0602517929647, 2008/2009)
  • The Fame – France ecopak (15 songs, ecopak edition, 600753297902, 2010)
  • The Fame – Hong Kong counterfeit (15 songs, printed as ‘Hong Kong, 0602517913974, 2009’, slightly darker photography print, China?, 2010)
  • The Fame – Mexico ‘precio especial’ (13 songs, 1781425, 2008/2010)
  • The Fame – Mexico slidepak (13 songs, slidepak edition, 5321334, 2008/2010)
  • The Fame – Brazil slidepak (15 songs, slidepak edition, ‘MusicPac’, 60075321334, 2008/2010)
  • The Fame – Israel promo (EU edition with Hebrew sticker and stamp on cover and disc, 0602517913974, 2008/2009)
  • The Fame – The Phillipines (15 songs, with yellow sticker, 060251791397, 2008/2009)
  • The Fame – France (15 songs, with pink sticker, 0602517913974, 2008/2009)
  • The Fame – New Zealand (15 songs, super jewel CD, 0602517913974, 2008)
  • The Fame – iRiver E50 mp3 player (Japan, manufactured in China, 2009)
  • The Fame – slotMusic edition (US, made in China, 14 songs, microSD card, SDCM-14827-A57, 2008)
  • The Fame – USB drive (EU, 24 audio tracks, 4 music videos, photos, single covers & booklet, 0602527035529, 2009)
  • The Fame – Download card (US, Platinum Musicpass, 14 tracks, 2008)
  • The DJ Vice Megamix – Promo (1 track, INTR-12496-2, 2008)
  • Space Cowboy/Lady Gaga – Digital Rock Mixtape Vol 1 (UK, promo disc, includes The Fame Album Megamix & My Egyptian Lover, 2008)
  • S.I.N. Hip-Hop & Rhythm Crossover – New Music Program #21 (US, promo sampler, includes “Just Dance (Rmx)”, May 14, 2008)
  • S.I.N. Rhythm & Pop – New Music Program #41 (US, promo sampler, includes Jst Dance, October 15, 2008)
  • The Fame Megamix – Promo (1 track, 2009)
  • U-Mode April 2009 – Cover Artist: Lady Gaga (The Fame) (Japan, promo sampler, includes ID and Just Dance, SIC-1280, 2009)
  • Unreleased Unmixed Unavailable – Uncut Volume 631 (Includes three remixes of Just Dance, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Single (US, 3 tracks, CDR, no cover, INTR-12385-2, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Promo single (US, 3 tracks, INTR-12386-2, 2008)
  • Just Dance – The Remixes, promo single (US, 9 tracks, INTR-12385-2, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Remixes Part 2, single (US, 5 tracks, CDR, INTR-12528-2, 2008)
  • Just Dance – The Remixes, single (US, 4 tracks, B0011524-32, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Trend single (Germany, 2 tracks, 06025 1778985 2, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Enhanced CD single (EU, 4 tracks, incl. video, 0602517791046, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Single (Australia, 2 tracks, 1779103, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Single (EU [UK], 2 track, 1796062, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Promo single (EU [UK], 1 track, with sticker, GAGA1, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Single (EU [Belgium], 2 track, card sleeve, 0602517791039, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Promo single (France, 9 tracks, card sleeve, LC 00309-11857, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Single (France, 3 tracks, card sleeve, open disc, 602517819887, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Promo single (Hong Kong, 1 track, 2009?)
  • Just Dance – Promo single (Australia, 1 track, clear plastic sleeve, 2008)
  • Just Dance – The Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 12 tracks, 87528225-21, 2009)
  • Just Dance – Promo single (Japan, 1 track, triple fold-out sleeve, SIC-1277, 2009)
  • Just Dance – Promo single (UK, 9 tracks, GAGA2, 2009)
  • Just Dance – Promo single (Japan, 4 tracks, 2009)
  • Just Dance – The Bootleg CD, World Town/Queen (US, unofficial release, no cover, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Bootie Mashes Up Lady Gaga (US, unofficial release, no cover, 3 tracks, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Boot Mixes (US, unofficial release, no cover, 7 tracks, 2009)
  • Sony/ATV Music Publishing: Various Instrumentals 1 (UK, promo sampler, incl. instrumental version of Paper Gangsta, 2008)
  • Sony/ATV Music Publishing: Have a Nice Fall: Fall Focus 2008 (US, promo sampler, two discs, incl. LoveGame, 2008)
  • Christmas Tree – Single (EU, CDR, no cover, 2008)
  • Poker Face – Remixes, single (US, 9 tracks, no cover, 2008)
  • Poker Face – Remixes, single (US, 5 tracks, B0012715-22, 2008)
  • Poker Face – Single (France, 3 tracks, card sleeve, open disc, 0251796466, 2008)
  • Poker Face – Promo single (France, 10 tracks, card sleeve, LC 00309-12080, 2008)
  • Poker Face – Remixes, promo single (EU[UK], 9 tracks, GAGA5, 2008/2009)
  • Poker Face – Single (EU, 2 tracks, 2703459, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Enhanced CD single (EU, 4 tracks incl. video, 00602517964990, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Single (EU, 2 tracks, 060252700356, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Promo single (EU[UK], 1 track, with sticker, GAGA4, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Single (Australia, 2 tracks, different cover, 1789813, 2008)
  • Poker Face – Promo single (EU, 12 tracks, LPFMIXCDP1, 2008/2009)
  • Poker Face – Promo single (Hong Kong, 1 track)
  • Poker Face – Single (US, 2 tracks incl. clean radio edit, no cover, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Promo single (Japan, 7 tracks, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Dance Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 10 tracks, plastic sleeve, 87528292-09, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 12 tracks, no sleeve, 87528228-98, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Premium single (EU[Germany], 2 tracks, with poster, 0602527003559, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Promo single (EU [with Israel sticker], 1 track, LGFACECDP1, 2008)
  • Poker Face – Remixes, promo single (Denmark, 10 tracks, stickered card sleeve, 2009)
  • Eh, Eh – Single (Australia, 2 tracks, 1797568, 2009)
  • The Cherrytree Sessions – EP (US, Borders edition, 3 songs, B0012675-32, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Promo single (Cherrytree Records, 2 tracks, spelled “Love Game”, no cover, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Single (Australia, 2 tracks, 2704916, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Single (France, 2 tracks, card sleeve, 0802527059419, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, spelled “Love Game”, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 2nd version, 12 tracks, 2009)
  • LoveGame – The Remixes (US, 6 tracks, hole punched, B0013062-22, 2009)
  • LoveGame – The Remixes (EU, 7 tracks, 0602527131627, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Single (EU[Dutch], 2 tracks, card sleeve, 0602527125077, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Promo single (Hong Kong, 1 track, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Promo single (EU[UK], 8 tracks, GAG7, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Single (EU[Germany], 2 tracks, 0602527049168, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Single (EU, 2 tracks, 2720317, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Promo single (Denmark, 7 tracks, stickered card sleeve, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Promo single (Japan, 6 tracks, CDR, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Promo single (Australia, 8 tracks, plastic sleeve with insert, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Promo single (EU[Germany], 1 track, LGGAMESCDP1, 2009)
  • Boys Boys Boys – Promo single (Mexico, bootleg, 1 track, 2009)
  • Beautiful, Dirty, Rich – Promo single (Mexico, bootleg, two tracks, plastic sleeve, 2009)
  • Beautiful, Dirty, Rich – Remixes, promo single (Mexico, bootleg, 6 tracks, no sleeve, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Promo single (EU[UK], 7 tracks, GAGA6, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Single (EU, 2 tracks, 2712117, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Promo single (EU, 7 tracks, LGPAPACDP1, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Promo single (Hong Kong, 1 track, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Promo single (US, 1 track, no cover, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Single (Australia, 2 tracks, with warning stamp, 2712117, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Promo single (Denmark, 1 track, stickered card sleeve, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – The Remixes (EU[Germany], 7 tracks, 0602527179865, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Single (EU[Germany], 2 tracks, 0602527192949, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Split promo single (Australia, split with Kanye West & Kristinia DeBarge, gatefold generic card sleeve with stickers, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Promo single (Denmark, 12 tracks, stickered card sleeve, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 9 tracks, no sleeve, 87593100-09, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – The Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 11 tracks, no sleeve, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Dance Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 12 tracks, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – The Remixes (US, 7 tracks, B0013571-22, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – The Remixes (US, 12 tracks, no sleeve, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – US Mixes, promo single (US, 7 tracks, no sleeve, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Promo single (Israel, EU promo single edition with sticker in Hebrew, LGPAPACDP1, 2009)
  • Tom & Kris’s Favorites – Summer 2009 (Promo sampler, includes The Fame, August 11, 2009)
  • Disco Heaven – Unauthorized double CD #1 (China, ‘Universal’ [counterfeit], two discs in tin case incl. all songs from The Fame as well as bonus and unreleased songs, 30 tracks, SRS-1394, 2009)
  • Disco Heaven – Unauthorized double CD #2 (China, two discs in cardboard box incl. all songs from The Fame as well as bonus and unreleased songs, 32 tracks, AJ-2217A/AJ-2217B, 2010)
  • HitMixes – EP (Canada, 7 tracks, 0252715356, 2009)
  • Quiz Hits – Karaoke CD (Unofficial release, QH-10005LG, cdg, 2009)
  • Eh, Eh – Single (France, 3 tracks, opendisc, card sleeve, 602527150093, 2009)
  • Eh, Eh – Promo single (France, 8 tracks, card sleeve, LC 06406-12617, 2009)
  • Eh, Eh – Promo single (EU, 8 tracks, LGEHEHCDX1, 2009)
  • Eh, Eh – Promo single (Denmark, stickered card sleeve, 2009)
  • Eh, Eh – Promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 9 tracks, no sleeve, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Single (France, 4 tracks, opendisc, card sleeve, 0602527283265, 2009)
  • The Rare Unreleased and Demos, Vol. 1 – Unauthorized CD (bootleg, 2009)
  • The Rare Unreleased and Demos, Vol. 2 – Unauthorized CD (bootleg, 2009)
  • Midnight Sonic – Unauthorized CD (Japan, bootleg The See No Evil Records, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – US Single-disc CD brunette (8 songs, B0013872-02, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – US Single-disc CD blonde (8 songs, B0013872-02, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – US Single-disc CD brunette, promo (8 songs, hole-punched, B0013872-02, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – US Single-disc CD blonde, promo (8 songs, hole-punched, B0013872-02, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Single-disc CD, personalized advance promo (US, watermarked & personalized for “Edna Gunderson”, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – US Double CD jewel case (8+14 songs, B0013535-72, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – US Double CD jewel case Walmart edition (8+14 songs, B0013817-72, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – US Double CD digipak (8+14 songs, gold lettering, B0013698-72, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Collector’s Edition Art Book (US, 8+14 songs, #00089, B0013461-72, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Collector’s Edition Art Book Promo (US, 8+14 songs, unnumbered, crossed-out barcode, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Collector’s Edition Art Book counterfeit (printed as US edition, 8+14 songs, all numbered 08688/10000, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Australia Double CD digipak (8+16 songs, silver lettering with warning stamp, 2725296, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Taiwan Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, in slipcase, with inserts & translated lyrics, 272 527-6, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Hong Kong Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, 0602527252766, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Hong Kong Double CD digipak (8+16 songs, 0602527252964, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Poland Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, 0602527287171(86), 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Thailand Double CD jewel case standard edition (8+16 songs, 272 527-6, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Thailand Double CD jewel case special edition (8+16 songs, 272 871-7, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Unauthorized Counterfeit (China, ‘Universal’ [counterfeit], two discs in tin case, including multiple bonus songs, 37 songs total, SRS-2123, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Russia Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, 460502670377, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Malaysia Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, 060252787171, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Taiwan Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, EU edition, 0602527252964, import sold in Taiwan, with OBI, 272 529-6, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – China Single-disc CD blonde counterfeit (8 songs, two song titles misspelled, counterfeited as US edition B0013535-72 sold in China, 008374, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – UK Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, incl. Again Again, 2726601, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Korea Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, DS6370/272 527-6, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Canada Double CD jewel case (8+14 songs, with sticker ’11 New Songs’, B001353572, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Japan Double CD jewel case (8+17 songs, UICS 9113/4, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Japan Double CD jewel case counterfeit (8+17 songs, printed as UICS 9113/4, 2009 [China?, 2010])
  • The Fame Monster – Argentina Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, 2725276, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – China Double CD jewel case (8+14 songs, ISRc CN-E24-09-339-00/A.J6, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – EU (Russia?) Double CD jewel case (possible bootleg, 8+16 songs, gold lettering on cover, blue lettering on disc 2, 0602527252964, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – India Double CD jewel case (8+16+1 songs, includes Just Dance (Deewaan remix), 06025 272 5308, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – China Single-disc CD blonde (8 songs, Special China Edition with OBI, inserts including Original Record Testcard, 6025 27291567, GE0423CL, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Australia Single-disc CD blonde (8 songs, unedited edition, with warning stamp, 2730473, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Australia Single-disc CD brunette (8 songs, unedited edition, with warning stamp, 2730473, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Australia Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, with warning stamp, 2725276, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Counterfeit (China, ‘Universal’ [counterfeit], two discs in cardboard box, including multiple bonus songs, 41 songs total, H-972, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – The Philippines Double CD digipak (8+16 songs, gold lettering, silver discs, 060252725296, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – The Philippines Double CD digipak re-edition (8+16 songs, gold lettering, with stickers, 060252725296, 2009/2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Greece Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, Greece Special Edition, 0602527287171, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Greece Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, Greece Special Edition with magazine, 0602527287171, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – Japan Single-disc CD brunette (8 songs, CD + DVD, unedited edition, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – France Double CD jewel case (8+16 songs, ‘Prix Spécial’, slipcase, 0602527252766, 2009/2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Italy Double CD (8+16 songs, Edizione Limitata, 0602527430386 [cover] 0602527252766 [CD], 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – France Double CD digipak (Made in US, released in France, blue sticker, unedited, 8+16 songs, 273 929 1, 2009/2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Brazil Double CD (8+16 songs, 60252725276, 2009/2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Unauthorized Counterfeit (China, two discs, including multiple bonus songs, cover of The Remix [dirty], 41 songs total, CD-085, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Canada Single-disc CD brunette (8 songs, ‘Ultimate Fan Pack’ with t-shirt and keychain, 0252746535, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Canada Single-disc CD blonde (8 songs, ‘Ultimate Fan Pack’ with t-shirt and keychain, 0252746535, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Unauthorized Counterfeit (China, two discs, including multiple bonus songs, 41 songs total, T-1095 T-0267-2, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Europe Single-disc CD blonde (Germany, 062527291567, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Russia Single-disc CD blonde (Russia, 605026707146, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Unauthorized Counterfeit (China, one disc, 20 songs, JPG, 330004, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Unauthorized Counterfeit (China,three discs, incl. multiple unrelated songs, isbn 978-7-88531-295-4, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Singapore Double CD (8+16 songs, 272 871-7, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – slotMusic edition (US, made in China, 8+16 songs & 2 videos, microSD card, SDCM-14905-A57, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Limited Edition USB Drive (EU, 17 songs, 8 music videos, photo gallery, single covers, album booklet, 0602527382791, 2010)
  • Bad Romance – Single (US, 2 tracks, CDR, no cover, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Single (EU, 2 tracks, 2726752, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (UK, 3 tracks, LGROMCDP1, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (UK, 3 tracks, with promo sticker, LGROMCDP1, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (UK, probable bootleg, 5 tracks, plastic sleeve, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (Hong Kong, 1 track, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – US Remixes, promo single (US, 12 tracks, generic card sleeve, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 8 tracks, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – The Remixes, promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 12 tracks, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Single (Australia, 2 tracks, with warning stamp, 2726752, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (Japan, 3 tracks, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (Japan, 3 songs incl. Poker Face, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, plastic sleeve, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (UK, probable bootleg, 12 tracks incl. Alejandro, plastic sleeve, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (Denmark, 10 tracks, generic card sleeve, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – EP single (US, 7 tracks, B0013969-22, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – Single (France, 3 tracks, card sleeve, 2730863, 2010)
  • Bad Romance – Promo single (UK, probable bootleg, 7 tracks, plastic sleeve, 2009)
  • U-Mode December 2009 – Cover Artists: Lady Gaga & Rihanna (Japan, promo sampler, includes ID and Bad Romance, SIC-1290, 2009)
  • X-posed – Interview CD (UK, unofficial release, Chrome Dreams, CTCD7057, 2009)
  • Deluxe Lady Gaga – Unauthorized double album (China, ‘Universal’ [counterfeit], two discs in tin case including all songs from The Fame and The Fame Monster as well as unreleased songs, 41 tracks, SRS-2314, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP Japanese edition (Japan, dirty cover, 16 tracks, UICS-9118, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP Japanese edition (counterfeited as ‘Japan’, dirty cover, with misspelled title ‘Porker Face’, 16 tracks, UICS-9118, 2010 [counterfeit #1, China?, 2010])
  • The Remix – EP Japanese edition (counterfeited as Japan, dirty cover, 16 tracks, UICS-9118, 2010 [counterfeit #2, China?, 2010])
  • U-Mode February 2010 – Cover Artists: Lady Gaga (The Remix) and others (Japan, promo sampler, includes Telephone, SIC-1292, 2010)
  • Telephone – Promo single (EU[UK], 1 track, LGTELCDP1, 2010)
  • Telephone – Promo singles (US, probable bootleg, two discs, 24 tracks, 2010)
  • Telephone – Single (EU, 2 tracks, 2734706, 2010)
  • Telephone – Single (France, 2 tracks, card sleeve, 2736985, 2010)
  • Telephone – Split promo single (Australia, with others, gatefold generic card sleeve with stickers, 2010)
  • Telephone – Promo single (The Netherlands, one track, UMUSIC 01591, 2010)
  • Telephone – The Remixes, single (US, 9 tracks, B0014166-22, 2010)
  • Telephone – Promo single (Hong Kong, 1 track, 2010)
  • Telephone – Promo single (Colombia, 4 tracks, Universal card sleeve, 2010)
  • The Portal in the Park – Audiobook (US, More Books Press, book and CD, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘clean’ (EU[UK], 17 tracks, 2740468, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘clean’ promo (EU[UK], with sticker, 17 tracks, 2740468, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (EU[Italy], 17 tracks, 0602527382807, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Poland, 17 tracks, 0602527403366(86, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Canada, 17 tracks, 0252738280, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Hong Kong, 17 tracks, 0602527382807, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘clean’ (Hong Kong, 17 tracks, 2740468, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘clean’ Hong Kong counterfeit (printed as 2740458 [on back cover] 2740468 [on spine], 17 tracks, China?, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘clean’ (Malasysia, 17 tracks, 2740468, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Malaysia, flag edition, with censorship sticker, 17 tracks, 0602527403366, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Malaysia, standard edition, with censorship sticker, 17 tracks, 0602527382807, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Thailand, 17 tracks, with sticker, 273 828-0, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Korea, 17 tracks, with sticker, DS6543/273 828-0,2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘clean’ (Taiwan, with OBI, 17 tracks, 2740468,2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Taiwan, with OBI, 17 tracks, 0602527382807, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Brazil, 17 tracks, 60252738280, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Mexico, 17 tracks, 0602527382807, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ Download card (Colombia, 17 tracks, td65529, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘clean’ (China, slipcase, 14 tracks, GE05117C CD10171, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (EU[France], slidepak, 17 tracks, 0600753295120, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Russia, with OBI, 17 tracks, 460502670491, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘clean’ (India edition, 17 tracks, 06025 274 2415, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Argentina, 17 tracks, 2738280, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (South Africa, 17 tracks, STARCD 7487 172, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Brazil, slidepak, ‘MusicPac’, 17 tracks, 60075329512, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Australia, with warning stamp, 17 tracks, 2738280, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP ‘dirty’ (Rumania & Bulgaria, 17 tracks, 0602527403366(70), 2010)
  • U-Mode March 2010 – Cover Artists: Lady Gaga (The Remix) and Sergio Mendes (Japan, promo sampler, includes Bad Romance [Skrillex Radio Remix], SIC-1293, 2010)
  • Pure Songs – Unauthorized bootleg (China, ‘Interscope Records, Made in the EU, 1425781’, 2010)
  • Greatest Hits – Unauthorized bootleg (Belarus, 20 tracks, including songs not by Lady Gaga, 2010)
  • Oh My Lady Gaga – Unofficial release, CD & magazine (China, includes disc with pdf pictures, video files, and The Fame Monster [8 songs], 162-page magazine, and two posters, 9787894764041, 2010)
  • Vogue: Lady Gaga! – Unofficial release, videoCD & magazine (China, includes videoCD with videos, 60-page magazine, and poster, 9787894762474, 2010)
  • On the Record: The Music of Lady Gaga Performed by Howse of Gaga – Unofficial release (EU, AMP3365, 2010)
  • Alejandro – The Remixes, Single (US, 8 tracks, B0014501-22, 2010)
  • Alejandro – The Remixes, Single (US, 8 tracks, no cover, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Promo single (France, 14 tracks, card sleeve, 13957/GAGA8, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Single (France, 3 tracks, card sleeve, 274 403-5/GAGA8, 2010)
  • Alejandro – The Remixes, Promo single (UK, probable bootleg, 8 tracks, plastic sleeve, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Remixes, Promo single (UK, probable bootleg, 7 tracks, plastic sleeve, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Promo single (Australia, 8 tracks, picture plastic sleeve, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Promo single (Brazil, probable bootleg, 10 tracks, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Promo single (France, probable bootleg, 13 tracks, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Single (EU[UK], 2 tracks, 2744129, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Single (EU[Germany], 2 tracks, 0602527455587, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Single (Greece, ‘premium CD, not for sale’, free with Greek newspaper Proto Thema, Sunday, September 5, 2010, 06007 5330987 4, 2010)
  • The Cherrytree Sessions – EP re-release (US, 3 tracks, B0012675-32IN02, 2010)
  • The Cherrytree Sessions – EP re-release (Mexico, 3 tracks, 1798881, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP US edition (US, clean cover, 10 tracks, B0014633-02, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP US edition promo (US, clean cover, 10 tracks, hole-punched promo with sticker, distributed by fly-life, B0014633-02, 2010)
  • The Fame: Unreleased Hits – Unauthorized bootleg (China, two discs, 38 songs, CD-300, 2010)
  • The Singles – Box set (Japan, 9-disc box set, UICS-5041/9, 2010)
  • Sony/ATV Music Publishing: Summer Focus Tracks 2010 (Promo sampler 2CDs, includes Speechless, 2010)
  • Sony/ATV Music Publishing: Winter 2010 (Promo sampler CD, includes Speechless, 2010)


VINYL RECORDS

  • The Fame – Double LP (US, 14 songs, B0011805-01, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Remixes, 12″ maxi single (US, 6 tracks, B0011298-11, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Remixes, 12″ promo maxi single (US, 6 tracks, INTR-12387-1, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Promo 12″ maxi single (Germany, 5 tracks, pink vinyl, LGDANCEVP1, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Promo 12″ maxi single (Germany, 4 tracks, 838615-01, 2008)
  • Just Dance – 12″ maxi single (Italy, 4 tracks, picture sleeve, 019991006832, TIME 529, 2008)
  • Just Dance – 12″ maxi single (Italy, 4 tracks, generic sleeve, 019991006832, TIME 529, 2008)
  • Just Dance – Picture disc 7″ single (EU [UK], 2 tracks, 1796063, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Remixes, 12″ maxi single (US, 5 tracks, white vinyl, B0012716-11, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Remixes, 12″ promo maxi single (EU, 5 tracks, white vinyl, LPFMIXVP1, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Promo 12″ maxi single (Germany, 6 tracks, B853638-01, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Picture disc 7″ single (EU [UK], 2 tracks, 2703458, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Re-boot, Split 12″ maxi single (Germany, with Katy Perry, unofficial release, PFHN0001-1100278, 2009)
  • Poker Face – Picture disc 12″ maxi single (bootleg [France, PICT2], 3 tracks, 2009)
  • Poker Face “Pete Rock Remix” – 12″ maxi single (unofficial release, Japan, 4 tracks, PRR-0001, 2009)
  • Poker Face – “Remixes”, Picture disc 12″ maxi single (bootleg [France, PICT10], 3 tracks, 2010)
  • LoveGame – The Remixes (US, 6 tracks, B0013063-11, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Picture disc 12″ maxi single (bootleg [France, PICT3], 2 tracks incl. Paper Gangsta, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Picture disc 7″ single (EU[UK], 2 tracks, 2712119, 2009)
  • LoveGame – Picture disc 7″ single (EU[UK], 2 tracks, 2720318, 2009)
  • LoveGame – “The Club Mixes” (unofficial release [Loga001], one-sided white-label, 2 tracks, 2009)
  • LoveGame – The Remixes (aka Part 2) 12″ Picture disc (bootleg [France, PICT19], 5 tracks, 2010)
  • Gaga Remixes – 12″ maxi single (unofficial release, AV8 Records, AV799, 2009)
  • Eh Eh Poker Game (Unreleased Dance Remixes) – 12″ maxi single (unofficial release, LG001T, 2009)
  • Eh, Eh – Picture disc 12″ maxi single (bootleg [France, PICT15], 7 tracks, 2010)
  • Eh, Eh – Maxi single 12″ (bootleg, 7 tracks, 2010)
  • Paparazzi – The Remixes, 12″ maxi single (US, 7 tracks, 0013572-11, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – The Remixes, 12″ maxi single (Italy, 4 tracks, picture sleeve, NWI 480, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – The Remixes, 12″ maxi single (Italy, 4 tracks, generic sleeve, NWI480, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – Maxi single 12″ (Italy, 4 tracks, white label promo, generic sleeve, NWI480, 2009)
  • Paparazzi – The Remixez, 12″ maxi single (bootleg [UK], 10 tracks, GAGAP004, 2010)
  • The Fame Monster – Picture disc LP (US, 8 songs, B001-3821-01, 2009)
  • The Fame Monster – LP (bootleg, 8 songs, [Paragon] GAGATFM002, 2010)
  • Bad Romance – Picture disc 7″ single (EU[UK], 2 tracks, 2726754, 2009)
  • Bad Romance – “Remixes” 12″ maxi single ([UK], bootleg, 8 tracks, GAGABR001, 2010)
  • Bad Romance – Picture disc 12″ maxi single (bootleg [France, PICT8], 4 tracks, 2010)
  • Bad Romance – 12″ maxi single (bootleg, white label, Urban House Records, UHR-017, 2 tracks, 2010)
  • Telephone – Picture disc 7″ single (EU[UK], 2 tracks, 2734707, 2010)
  • Telephone – Remixes, 12″ maxi single (bootleg, 7 tracks, [Paragon] GAGATEL003, 2010)
  • Telephone – Picture disc 12″ maxi single (bootleg [France, PICT11], 4 tracks, 2010)
  • Telephone – Crookers Remix (12″ maxi single, white label bootleg, one-sided, 2010)
  • Telephone – 12″ maxi single (bootleg, two tracks, white label, one-sided, DOG007, 2010)
  • Alejandro – Picture disc 7# single (EU[UK], 2 tracks, 2744130, 2010)
  • Alejandro – 12″ maxi single (bootleg, 6 tracks, 2010)
  • Alejandro – (Part 1) 12″ Picture disc (bootleg [France, PICT16], 4 tracks, 2010
  • Alejandro – (Part 2) 12″ Picture disc (bootleg [France, PICT17], 4 tracks, 2010)
  • Alejandro – (Part 3) 12″ Picture disc (bootleg [France, PICT20], 4 tracks, 2010)
  • Alejandro – (Part 4) 12″ Picture disc (bootleg [France, PICT21], 4 tracks, 2010)
  • The Remix – EP (US, clean cover, B0014633-01, 10 tracks, 2010)
  • Monster – (Part 1) 12″ Picture disc (bootleg [France, PICT49], 3 tracks, 2010)
  • Monster – (Part 2) 12″ Picture disc (bootleg [France, PICT54], 3 tracks, 2010)
  • Monster – (Part 3) 12″ Picture disc (bootleg [France, PICT55], 4 tracks, 2010)

Gaga 2 the Gays

Lady Gaga will attend the National Equality March in DC, October 11, 2009.

Bonus Did-You-Know: Lady Gaga’s live touring band rehearsed the song Radio Gaga by Queen. The song was planned to be performed live during one of Gaga’s festival shows in Europe this summer 2009 along with members of the band Queen. But alas it was not meant to be.

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Lego Gaga

A GagaFrontRow exclusive! The stage of the Monster Ball 1.0 (theatre version) in LEGO! Behold this marvel, created by Pedro Xavier from São Paulo, Brazil. Click on images for larger pix and, in case you don’t know the scenes, click on [show] for comparable pictures of the Monster Ball.

 

Gaga Collection Pix

These are picture scans of the first of two parts of the Gagafrontrow Music Collection (The Fame album and related singles). More info can be found on the Gagafrontrow Music Collection page. All items are listed, more or less, in order of release, starting with the album and then the singles, CDs before vinyl. Click on the images to see larger pix. This page is updated as needed.

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