Death Grips ‎– The Money Store

Epic ‎– 88691963511, Epic ‎– 88691963511 S1
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Released in a small quantity of 500 to stores participating in "Record Store Day" on April 21, 2012.
Released to all retail outlets on May 22, 2012.

Record Store Day copies came with a sticker announcing the release of their second album "No Love" in the fall. Other than the sticker, there are no other differences.

. 88691963511 (sleeve)
. 88691963511 S1 (stickered)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 886919635119
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 88691 961 963 511 -A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 88691 963511 -B

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
88691963512 Death Grips The Money Store(CD, Album) Epic 88691963512 US 2012 Sell This Version
221742740174 Death Grips The Money Store(LP, Ltd, Num, RP, Bla) Epic 221742740174 US 2015 Sell This Version
221742740174 Death Grips The Money Store(LP, Album, Ltd, Promo, RP, Bla) Epic 221742740174 US 2015 Sell This Version
none Death Grips The Money Store (Instrumentals)(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Not On Label (Death Grips Self-released) none US 2012
oo∞DGI Death Grips The Money Store(Cass, Album, Promo, Unofficial) Ormolycka oo∞DGI US 2015 Sell This Version


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February 13, 2019
The front cover of this album gave me a torrid, raging erection, I had to hide it from my mam (the album AND the bulge in my trousers!!)

February 11, 2019
This record sounds like butt, Sick of these cheap cash grabby pressings! Better off dowloading this one.


January 7, 2019
lots of surface noise on get got, at least for my copy. sounds p good otherwise though.


December 5, 2018
edited 2 months ago
I received my copy today and did a little comparison on my setup using a DAC to feed the unmastered FLAC to my amp. (AR-3A speakers, Sansui SR222 Mk3 w/ Jico stylus, and Yaqin MS20L amp)

Long story short the bass is shy on the LP compared to the FLAC which is disappointing.

It was noticeable on all tracks, especially, System Blower, and Punk Weight. The FLAC's low end was much more pronounced and sounded great, but when i'd switch to the LP feed i'd be a bit disappointed.

The LP's mids and highs were a bit clearer than the FLAC. Although I suspect that's more to do with the quality of my DAC.

If I didn't know how amazing the low end sounded on the unmastered FLAC I probably wouldn't be disappointed with the LP, but I do, so I am.

I also tested the LP on some Tannoy Revolution R3 floor speakers (played on a Rega Planar 3) and the bass was almost non-existent (note that those Tannoy's produce clear, well defined bass on other hip hop LPs I have.)

Having said all that, the LP sounds OK, i'm just disappointed after listening the FLAC and having the bass shake the room, because the LP definitely isn't doing that.


August 29, 2018

I remember seeing a "The Money Store" Instrumental Vinyl Bootleg.
can anyone add it to the "Other Version" tab?


June 26, 2017

Just picked this up at my local shop and so far it is sounding great, but I mean I have a pretty decent setup so your mileage may vary.


June 25, 2017
How is the sound on vinyl can anybody tell?
also with an album like this the bass is quite important.


January 4, 2017
Overall, how does this pressing sound? ) ) ) )


March 29, 2015
I have a WATERMARKED DISK copy of this album on cd, comes in a black sleeve with track listings on the back, the disk is silver, with epic logo and says "this cd belongs to , 0029, David Hepworth, Word. Maybe some kind of pre-release/custom copy for critics/reviewers? Idk does anyone know anything else about this? Has an FBI anti piracy warning on kek.


June 20, 2014
"Released in a small quantity of 500 to stores participating in "Record Store Day" on April 21, 2012".
At the same time in the same page, "Have: 1454 Want:571" .....