Interpol ‎– Marauder

Label:
Matador ‎– OLE-1124-1
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Red Opaque
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Tracklist

A1 If You Really Love Nothing 4:26
A2 The Rover 3:38
A3 Complications 3:55
A4 Flight Of Fancy 3:52
A5 Stay In Touch 4:54
A6 Interlude 1 1:02
B1 Mountain Child 3:09
B2 NYSMAW 3:17
B3 Surveillance 4:14
B4 Number 10 3:14
B5 Party's Over 3:40
B6 Interlude 2 1:04
B7 It Probably Matters 4:09

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Notes

Limited opaque red vinyl available only from Matador and direct from the band.
Includes a code for free download of the album.
Printed inner sleeve with lyrics.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (On shrink): 7 44861 11248 8
  • Barcode (On cover): 7 44861 11241 9
  • Other (On spine): 744861112419
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A): OLE-1124-1A2 JN-H STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side B): OLE-1124-1B2 JN-H TERLING

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OLE-1124-0, 744861112402 Interpol Marauder(LP, Album, Ltd, Cre) Matador, Matador OLE-1124-0, 744861112402 USA & Canada 2018 Sell This Version
OLE-1124-1, OLE-1124-0 Interpol Marauder(LP, Album, Ltd, Cre) Matador, Matador OLE-1124-1, OLE-1124-0 Europe 2018 Sell This Version
744861112426, OLE-1124-2 Interpol Marauder(CD, Album) Matador, Matador, Soyuz Music, Soyuz Music 744861112426, OLE-1124-2 Russia 2018 Sell This Version
744861112426, OLE-1124-2 Interpol Marauder(CD, Album) Matador, Matador 744861112426, OLE-1124-2 USA & Canada 2018 Sell This Version
OLE-1124-1 Interpol Marauder(LP, TP) Matador OLE-1124-1 USA & Canada 2018 Sell This Version

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soundofsilver700

soundofsilver700

August 30, 2018
edited 18 days ago

Opaque red vinyl shipped from Matador's store, not Interpol's own. Side A sounds superb, but side B has the same issue everyone else is having; the whoosing sound. It appears only during quiet registers anyway. It starts at the end of NYSMAW and continues at said registers until the beginning of It Probably Matters. Number 10 also sounds quite bad. $21.91 (the shipping is included in that) seemed suspiciously cheap for a colored vinyl.

As for the album itself, it's great! The mp3 download card is a very nice touch, as always.

EDIT: I originally noted that the other vinyl releases of this album were fine and would probably not have the whoosing sound. Apparently they are suffering the same fate as this one. Getting a Marauder pressing that isn't defective seems to be tricky at this point.
pollitor

pollitor

August 24, 2018
edited about 1 month ago
My matrix codes are not the ones listed here. Also on the plastic warp there's a barcode sticker that says OLE-1124-8 and the vinyl is translucent red and in the picture seems opaque. Are they maybe two kinds of red vinyl edition or what?
reecewg

reecewg

August 23, 2018
edited about 1 month ago

Record is great, very grit sounding and a huge improvement over El Pintor.

Major bummer is that my copy got majorly damaged from transit. My Corners were super bent on the jacket and inner sleeve, bent up actually and from the track Number 10 and on, there is a major audible warbly whooshing noise. I am thinking it is a off center side b?
Is anyone else having that issue? I have spoke to another person on reddit and they too have the same audio problem. I am in the process of getting a replacement shipped out to me, I actually had to take the record off after the track number 10 because of the whooshing on every revelation from track 10 and on. Also I am wondering about this translucent red or opaque mystery here too... I received a opaque copy and I ordered from Matador Store, not Interpol's band site. Maybe the translucent ones were only available via the band ?
Dincognito

Dincognito

August 23, 2018
Opaque.
I need more words here 1 2 3 4 5 6
blakxzep

blakxzep

August 22, 2018
edited 29 days ago
Opaque Red or Translucent Red? Mockups seems translucent like El Pintor but pics seem to be opaque

Edit: mine came in, it is opaque. Seems like translucent comes from the band’s website directly and opaque from matador.