Grouper ‎– A I A : Alien Observer

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Yellow Electric ‎– GR-006B
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Part 2 of A I A.

Limited to 1000 copies.

Comes with double sided picture insert and separate track listing insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etching): A I A : The Sky Breathes
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etching): A I A : Mirror To Sea

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GR-006B Grouper A I A : Alien Observer(LP, Album, Ltd, S/Edition) Yellow Electric GR-006B US 2011 Sell This Version
GR-006B Grouper A I A : Alien Observer(LP, Album, Ltd, RP) Yellow Electric GR-006B US 2012 Sell This Version

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pray4umr

pray4umr

August 28, 2018
If anyone is selling a reasonably priced copy of this record please let me know. Would love to have the physical version.
popovdamgaard

popovdamgaard

July 16, 2018
I would really appreciate a repress too, with one of dream loss as well.
ArtimusBaldwin

ArtimusBaldwin

July 1, 2018
edited 6 months ago
Repress this beaut. The cover adds £100 to the value already lmao
Aderus

Aderus

April 6, 2018
edited 9 months ago
Indeed a repress of this one of a kind beauty as well as Dream Loss would be most appreciated.
kingdagmarius

kingdagmarius

March 8, 2018
repress please? thanks - + some extra words words words
superblind86

superblind86

December 20, 2012

I gave "Alien Observer" 3 stars just because of "Dream Loss" awesomness. Anyway, great release as well as the others by Liz.
h_e_n_r_i_k

h_e_n_r_i_k

December 3, 2012
Are there any differences between first-second-third pressings?
langerabend

langerabend

September 26, 2012
as posted on her blog, there will be another reprint of A.I.A. in the fall of 2012. wouldn't spend much on the album at the moment and rather wait.
thecoloroflight

thecoloroflight

January 24, 2012

Or maybe rocks on the edge of a river. Or maybe one large rock with pits and falls and curves and sections of lakewater collected in pools. The sky was dark grey, and the horizon was an ending. We were climbing over the rocks late on a Saturday afternoon, as we often did. He climbed up a portion of the rocks and into a hollowed out area with golden light inside. To do this, he had to climb over a tall stack of old glass bottles and glass rocks—also illuminated by the light—which were situated at a kind of entrance to this place. Once he got in, he was crouched down and doing something. I tried to follow, but I was afraid I’d topple over the bottles and glass rocks. I couldn’t step around and over them like he did. So I decided to take the wall apart in order to get through. Each bottle and glass rock was illuminated by the light of this place. Some were green, clear, blue and a few were red.
bell-end

bell-end

September 5, 2011
Both of the A / A lp's have just been given a repress as "exact repro second editions" and are available at Volcanic Tongue at the time of this posting (but won't last long I wouldn't have thought).