Curve ‎– Doppelgänger

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3 Loop Music ‎– 3RANGE-52LP
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Comes with download card from 3 Loop Music.

Some copies come with a print, using the image for the cover of Faît Accompli Extended Mix, signed by Toni and Dean.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 013929 355217 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): 3RANGE52LP BH78060-01 A1 SJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): 3RANGE52LP BH78060-01 B1 SJ

Other Versions (5 of 25) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ANXLP 77 Curve Doppelgänger(LP, Album) Anxious Records ANXLP 77 UK 1992 Sell This Version
V2-86278, 0777 7 86278 2 1 Curve Doppelgänger(CD, Album, RE) Charisma, Charisma, Anxious Records V2-86278, 0777 7 86278 2 1 US Unknown Sell This Version
ANXMC 77 Curve Doppelgänger(Cass, Album) Anxious Records ANXMC 77 UK 1992 Sell This Version
ZD 75257 Curve Doppelgänger(CD, Album) Anxious Records ZD 75257 Europe 1992 Sell This Version
BVCP-191 Curve Doppelgänger(CD, Album) Anxious Records BVCP-191 Japan 1992 Sell This Version

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xmarifulx

xmarifulx

November 23, 2018
edited 6 months ago
I've finally picked up the reissue and compared it to my original.

Sound: The original IMO is better - its clearer and brighter and sounds more lively. However, the reissue is also excellent. To me it sounds like it was slightly remastered or taken from a different source. The reissue has more bass and does open up the louder you crank it. No pops or clicks on my copy. Worth picking up!

Packaging: The cover and packaging is much nicer on the reissue. The vinyl itself is heavy. One caveat - there is text over both sides of the inner sleeve, covering up the close up shot of broken dolls. In the original press there is only text on one side of the sleeve.
stashmusic

stashmusic

July 25, 2018

After an initial listen, I'd have to guess this is a simple repress and print reproduction of the 1992 original LP issue. I don't hear anything in the sound to indicate it's a remaster of any sort. The music (shoegaze genre) is by its nature very murky, and not super dynamic, and the characteristics remain in the sound of this new vinyl. That said, I think this format lends itself well to the music, better than how it sounds on CD (which I also have), at least as I recall-- I have not done an A/B comparison of the two. Hoping to do that soon and will report back.
andthejets

andthejets

March 18, 2018
Having a strange issue with my copy. Record does not seem warped but my needle is having an extremely difficult time tracking. Tone arm is properly weighted and I cleaned the album multiple times so those are ruled out. I drop the needle on side one and the needle shakes back and forth like an earth quake is approaching, and skips around quite a bit. Anyone else have this issue? Threw on another album to make sure it wasnt my set up and that one played/sounded great. Really hoping I just got a bad copy and this isnt a defect across the pressing.
cdfreak1

cdfreak1

December 18, 2017
Re-press of the re-issue now up on Piccadilly and Juno
MrDavidoff89

MrDavidoff89

September 2, 2017
How's the sound quality on this reissue? The originals prices are going up steadly...