Chvrches ‎– Every Open Eye

Label:
Glassnote (2) ‎– GLS-0186-01, Goodbye Records (2) ‎– GLS-0186-01
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Clear Coke-Bottle, 180 Gram
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Tracklist

A1 Never Ending Circles
A2 Leave A Trace
A3 Keep You On My Side
A4 Make Them Gold
A5 Clearest Blue
B1 High Enough To Carry You Over
B2 Empty Threat
B3 Down Side Of Me
B4 Playing Dead
B5 Bury It
B6 Afterglow

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Notes

Comes in gatefold sleeve with a black artwork card slip sleeve, lyric inner sleeve. Exclusively available from Independent retailers. Includes download codes for digital copy of album.

Sticker on shrink wrap reads: "Limited edition 180 gram coke-bottle clear vinyl. Featuring the single Leave A Trace"

Printed in the USA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Slipsleeve): 810599021054
  • Barcode (Sleeve): 810599020958
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): GLS-0181-01-A Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): GLS-0181-01-B WG/NRP Ⓤ

Other Versions (5 of 20) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDV 3139, 00602547476203 Chvrches Every Open Eye(CD, Album) Virgin EMI Records, Goodbye Records (2) CDV 3139, 00602547476203 UK 2015 Sell This Version
CDVX 3139, 00602547476364 Chvrches Every Open Eye(CD, Album, S/Edition, Tri) Virgin EMI Records, Goodbye Records (2) CDVX 3139, 00602547476364 UK 2015 Sell This Version
GLS-0181-02 Chvrches Every Open Eye(CD, Album) Glassnote (2), Goodbye Records (2) GLS-0181-02 US 2015 Sell This Version
06025 4749557 0 Chvrches Every Open Eye(CD, Album, S/Edition, Dig) Goodbye Records (2), Vertigo, Universal Music Group 06025 4749557 0 Germany 2015 Sell This Version
4747636 Chvrches Every Open Eye(CD, Album, S/Edition) Virgin EMI Records, Goodbye Records (2) 4747636 South East Asia 2015 Sell This Version

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killahwhale

killahwhale

January 8, 2017

Surprised to see some negative experiences as this album plays beautifully, very quiet and sounds even better then high quality MP3 and CD. It really plays fantastic on the copy I received.
ofchambers

ofchambers

August 17, 2016

Both sides do have surface noise, more on side A. Its definitely a pressing issue. It would normally drive me nuts, but this mastering (by Bob Ludwig! Look him up!) is excellent, and I can't hear the noise except in the deadwax and in the quiet lead-in on several tracks, but it totally disappears in seconds. Really great mastering, totally makes up for the imperfections of the pressing. This is actually a good case study for where doing something properly (mastering well for vinyl) compensates for some QC issues further down the line. Honestly, these kind of issues will almost ALWAYS drive me nuts with my setup (an old Technics TT with a microline stylus, I can hear every mistake) but this does not.

As for the music itself, it is the best kind of pop music. Every track could fit very well on any teen movie from 1983-1997, if only it weren't produced in 2015. Every track is a dramatic pick-me-up, dynamic and inventive.
G666

G666

February 4, 2016
My copy of this coke bottle version skips in the first song at the very beginning and doesn't sound that good. I think that side B sounds a lot better than side A. I thought I was the only one with the skipping problem.
rushmorerecords

rushmorerecords

November 28, 2015
This version (coke bottle) sounds wonderful. I noticed less noise on this version.I don't know if it's just me, but I feel like the high end is a bit sharper though. Enjoyable though. Direct sequel to album #1. Will be interesting to see where they go for the next one. You can only make the same song so many times Chvrches!
woodhej

woodhej

October 23, 2015
US pressings seem to have a bad run-in on side A. No matter where I drop the needle it jumps a few seconds into the first track. I ended up with the coke bottle and white US pressings and both have the issue.

My turntable is properly set up; I don't have this issue with other vinyl.

Anybody else notice this?