Beach House ‎– Bloom

Label:
Sub Pop ‎– SP 965
Series:
TTL Editions – 014
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Purple [Dark, Translucent]
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A1 Myth 4:19
A2 Wild 4:58
A3 Lazuli 5:02
B1 Other People 4:25
B2 The Hours 4:12
B3 Troublemaker 4:56
C1 New Year 5:26
C2 Wishes 4:47
D1 On The Sea
Viola – Joe Cueto
5:32
D2 Irene 6:45
D3 Wherever You Go 3:35

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Notes

Dark purple colored pressing limited to 600 pieces available exclusively at Turntable Lab in New York City and TurntableLab.com. Housed in embossed glow in the dark wide-spined jacket with doubled (i.e. sleeve in sleeve) heavy cardstock artwork inner sleeves with lyrics and credits.

Includes MP3 download of the entire album
Track D2 ends in a locked groove before the bonus track [D3]
Track D3 is untitled on the release itself

©℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

Recorded at Sonic Ranch, Texas
Additional vocals at Magpie Cage, Baltimore
Mixed at Sonic Ranch and Electric Lady, NYC
Mastered by Joe LaPorta at The Lodge

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 098787096514
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched into side A, Variant 1): SP965 A 20414.1 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched into side B, Variant 1): SP965 B 20414.2 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched into side C, Variant 1): SP965 C 20414.3 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched into side D, Variant 1): SP965 D 20414.4 (2)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched into side A, Variant 2): SP965 A 20414.1 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched into side B, Variant 2): SP965 B 20414.2 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched into side C, Variant 2): SP965 C 20414.3 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched into side D, Variant 2): SP965 D 20414.4 (3)

Other Versions (5 of 18) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP 965 Beach House Bloom(CD, Album) Sub Pop SP 965 US 2012 Sell This Version
BELLAV334, BELLACD334 Beach House Bloom(2x12", Album + CD, Album) Bella Union, Bella Union BELLAV334, BELLACD334 UK & Europe 2012 Sell This Version
A&CMX052 Beach House Bloom(CD, Album) Arts & Crafts México, Sub Pop A&CMX052 Mexico 2012 Sell This Version
none Beach House Bloom(CDr, Album, Promo) Bella Union none UK 2012 Sell This Version
none Beach House Bloom(10xFile, MP3, Album, 256) Sub Pop none 2012

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_Zach

_Zach

February 14, 2020
There's no incentive for anyone to try to "fix" the flipping "issue." Retailers love it from an egocentric perspective when their pressing doubles in value shortly after release. Not to mention, it likely makes their next exclusive release sell out even more quickly. Discogs and eBay each take a percentage of every sale, so of course they want higher prices. If there weren't fools willing to pay these high prices, then there wouldn't be a market.

Personally, I like colored vinyl. But I don't typically buy it on the secondary market because of the high prices. Sure, seeing someone sell out for $20 and being flipped for $50 the next day can be annoying, but you have to ask yourself why it's annoying to you. Surely, there's another pressing if you just want to listen to the music. Plus, the black equivalent will most always be a better pressing anyway. If you wanted something of "value," you should have gotten there quicker to buy it from the retailer. If you just really love the band and have to have every release in every color, well, then buck up and pay the market value for it. There can't be that many bands you're that in love with that you'll go broke with that strategy.

Regardless of this controversial issue, anything that sells vinyl is a good thing.
Trevorw24

Trevorw24

June 4, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
Plenty of blame to go around for the flipping issues we all live with, and benefit from at times. However, if you’re looking for help from Discogs, look elsewhere. They celebrate “flipping.” Look no further than the “most expensive” records of the month that they publish. These “flippers” are making thousands off of old presses. The problem is inherent in this hobby: people want what they don’t have, and this creates supply and demand.
richardguereca

richardguereca

May 31, 2019
Thanks flippers for yet ruining a lot of people’s dreams of having a colored vinyl copy of this record.