Issued in Gatefold sleeve, together with a large sticker sheet representing a triangular mountain, a rectangular "DJ Shadow The Mountain Will Fall" and the personage and his crown in a circle. The stencil is wider compared to the one to be found with the CD version and shows: "For use with chalk spray only. Do not vandalize private property. We do not condone the willful destruction of public and private property." Vinyl are stored in printed inner sleeves. Pre-orders of the LP received an email to download the MP3 @ 320 kbps album, but a proper cardboard redeem coupon with a unique serial number was also given with this release.
Differences on this Release as Compared to the Digital Version:
A1: Fades in and Fades Out. Lacks the "HI" present on other version and lacks the cassette sound effect at the end of the track.
A3: Does not include the final "Ralph?" after the speed change as on other versions. Does not fade into "Bergschrund"
B1: Does not fade in from "Three Ralphs" and thus lacks the "Ralph?" vocal from the end of "Three Ralphs"
All tracks published by New Futility Music, ASCAP, except:
A2: Definitive Jux Music/Pulse Music, SESAC, Aniyah's Music/Royalty Network, ASCAP
B1: Manners McDade
B2: Copyright Control
C2: Copyright Control, MCPS/PRS
C3: Michele Publ. Co., BMI, Bleep Bloop Music, ASCAP, G Jones Music, ASCAP
A1 Contains interpolation of "Prima Alba" by Dario Baldan Bembo
(Come Il Vento
A2: Brass recorded at Thrum Studio, London.
Contains interpolation of "Ol' Man River" by Caterina Valente
B2: Vocal treatments recorded at Circuit Studios, SF.
Contains a sample of "Every Day Is The Weekend" by Celly Cel
C2: Live instrumentation recorded at 80 Hertz Studios, Manchester.
C3: Contains interpolation of "Pitter Patter" by The Birdies
D1: Contains interpolation of "Color Blind" by Ice Cube
D2: This is the most ancient track of this album as it was initially released on November 4th, 2014 on The Liquid Amber EP
(P) 2014 A&M Records Ltd. a division of Universal Music Operations Limited. Licensed courtesy of Universal International Music B.V.
For Mass Appeal Records: Amit Nerurkar, Peter Bittenbender
Thanks Jack Dangers
@ Tape Lab
for the use of the Synthi 100.
On back of vinyl 2's inner sleeve: © 2016 Reconstruction Productions, Inc., under exclusive license to Mass Appeal Records, LLC.
On side B & side D's label: © 2016 New Futility Music (ASCAP), all rights worldwide administered exclusively by Kobalt Songs Music Publishing.