Franz Ferdinand ‎– Always Ascending

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Domino ‎– WIGLP408X
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Pink, 145 GM
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Tracklist

A1 Always Ascending
A2 Lazy Boy
A3 Paper Cages
A4 Finally
A5 The Academy Award
B1 Lois Lane
B2 Huck And Jim
B3 Glimpse Of Love
B4 Feel The Love Go
B5 Slow Don't Kill Me Slow

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145 GM Pink vinyl includes 8 page bookklet, 24" poster & download

℗ & © 2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 887828040834

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WIGCD408 Franz Ferdinand Always Ascending(CD, Album) Domino WIGCD408 Europe 2018 Sell This Version
none Franz Ferdinand Always Ascending(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Domino none 2018
WIGLP408X, WIGLP408, 887828040834 Franz Ferdinand Always Ascending(LP, Album, Dlx, Pin) Domino, Domino, Domino WIGLP408X, WIGLP408, 887828040834 UK & Europe 2018 Sell This Version
WIGLP408 Franz Ferdinand Always Ascending(LP, Album, 200) Domino WIGLP408 2018 Sell This Version
WIGLP408F , 887828040872 Franz Ferdinand Always Ascending (LP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, Cle) Domino, Domino WIGLP408F , 887828040872 France 2018 Sell This Version

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WesHeadley

WesHeadley

February 11, 2018
edited 2 months ago
My comments really refer to the quality and character of the vinyl pressing. I'm not really a fan of this band, but have liked some of the stuff I've heard over the years. This LP was done in swirly pink candy colored vinyl, but alas, is not a very silent pressing so quiet passages suffer a little. It's not as bad as it could be as the music largely masks the ticks and pops. The mastering is solid with good dynamics and excellent bass-- are labels FINALLY realizing that hyper-compressed (brickwalled) vinyl mastering is an oxymoron? I swear that I'm hearing a trend in better vinyl mastering on new releases these last couple of years. I'll say it again-- if your premium (and most expensive) product is cheaply made you will eventually make a name for yourself as a brand that does not give a shit about its customers. Excuses aside, when people drop $20-30 on a single album you would think quality control would be on the short list of things to get right-- but in 2018 that is STILL the exception to the rule. So if you get a dud-- TAKE IT BACK. It's the only power you have as a consumer and the only thing that will make the labels listen. Still this LP is a very pretty little thing!