Awolnation ‎– Run

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RBR0416CD Awolnation Run(CD, Album) Red Bull Records RBR0416CD US 2015 Sell This Version
RBR0416VL, 84494204163 Awolnation Run(2xLP, Album, 180) Red Bull Records, Sony Music RBR0416VL, 84494204163 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
RBR0416VL Awolnation Run(2xLP, Album, 180) Red Bull Records RBR0416VL US 2015 Sell This Version
84494204161 Awolnation Run(CD, Album) Red Bull Records, Sony Music 84494204161 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
none Awolnation Run(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Num, Promo) Red Bull Records none UK 2015 Sell This Version
none Awolnation Run(CDr, Album, Promo) Red Bull Records none Germany 2015 Sell This Version
RBR0416CT Awolnation Run(Cass, Album, Whi) Red Bull Records RBR0416CT US 2015 Sell This Version

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jc4411

jc4411

February 3, 2018
referencing Run, 2xLP, Album, 180, RBR0416VL
Does the US pressing have the white outer-cover (diecut) too?
nhoagland01

nhoagland01

December 31, 2016
referencing Run, 2xLP, Album, 180, RBR0416VL
The pressing of this vinyl record is the poorest pressed vinyl ever in history. I want to know what pressing company did this record label even use? I hope someday Red Bull Records would announce a repress of this record on vinyl.
Deo101

Deo101

June 26, 2016
referencing Run, CD, Album, RBR0416CD
VInyy- Anyone else getting popping on this album? I think I've reduced it down to the vinyl itself, which I've cleaned and can't see anything that would be causing the staticky pops.....
atone_

atone_

November 8, 2015
referencing Run, CD, Album, RBR0416CD
A Brilliant Followup

This album is able to maintain a sound that isn't a total re-hash of AN's debut while still being able to have a familiar sound to catch the attention of unsuspecting fans. The first track (Run) attempts to go from hauntingly melodic to explosively jagged which sets a good prologue to the rest of the tracks even if the track itself is pretty weak. The album in its entirety goes back and forth between a soft melody and a raging, pulsing beat (such as the acoustic ballad Headrest For My Soul goes immediately into the quick-paced, electro-rock Dreamers). This helps the album to not grow stale.The lyrical content feels much more personal in this album than Megalithic Symphony. In this album Aaron talks about himself, and the people around him (I.e. I Am or Woman Woman). Overall whether Run is better than Megalithic Symphony is up for debate, however this album is far from a flop. Some tracks can be a bit weak or maybe a bit too repetitive, but they still hold the same energy and passion that Aaron projected through the debut. I give this album a strong 7 or a light 8.