Jamie xx ‎– In Colour

Young Turks ‎– YTLP122
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Gosh 4:51
A2 Sleep Sound 3:52
A3 SeeSaw
Co-producer – Four TetFeaturing – Romy Madley Croft
A4 Obvs 3:51
A5 Just Saying 1:23
A6 Stranger In A Room
Featuring – Oliver Sim
B1 Hold Tight 4:03
B2 Loud Places
Featuring – Romy Madley Croft
B3 I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)
Featuring – Popcaan, Young Thug (2)
B4 The Rest Is Noise 4:58
B5 Girl 4:01

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 889030012227

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Cat# Artist Title (Format ) Label Cat# Country Year
none Jamie xx In Colour(11xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Young Turks none US 2015
YTDA122 Jamie XX In Colour(11xFile, FLAC, Album, 16-) Young Turks YTDA122 UK 2015
YTDA122 Jamie XX In Colour(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Young Turks YTDA122 UK 2015
YTDA122 Jamie xx* In Colour(11xFile, WAV, Album, 24-) Young Turks YTDA122 Europe 2015
YTLP122X Jamie xx In Colour(12", Blu + 12", Red + 12", Yel + CD + Album, Dlx, ) Young Turks YTLP122X UK & US 2015 Sell This Version


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March 26, 2017
I wouldn't say this is a terrible pressing, yes it's a bit on the quiet side, but there's not a lot of noise on it, at least the pressing I have doesn't.

I'd put the quietness down to the fact that it has 11 tracks on 1 disc and the majority of the songs are quite bassy, resulting in some of the tracks' quality being compromised when the record was pressed. That being said, I haven't got the deluxe version which has 3 discs. My bet is that it is much louder though.

All in all, the record isn't a bad one. Very well produced by Jamie XX!


April 4, 2016
I'm glad everyone else says this is a terrible pressing - I've exchanged this twice now. The first one I bought has interference on the second half of the A side - now I've just settled with a relatively quiet one. massively disappointed.


January 30, 2016
Pressing is SO bad. Seems to be common for everyone who bought this. I'm really disappointed Young Turks let this go ahead. The test pressings and early copies would have shown these flaws. Greed.


December 4, 2015
Vinyl is persistently noisy. The pressing quality leaves some to be desired. The sound is not bad, nice sound stage most of the time, no distortion or shrillness. If you can get past the noise or tame it a little it's a solid record. However with such rich production it's a shame for it to be boxed in a little still.

I'd say this is only worth getting if you really like the album and don't want to pay the $40 for the deluxe. If you're on the fence or only a casual fan, stick to the digital version. It's yet another mediocre press of a new album.

5 stars for music, 3.5 for pressing


August 11, 2015
Sounds around 6db quieter than anything I've purchased... Definitely requires you to turn up the volume and any surface noise/dust comes up with it. I kind of like it it though... Adds a vintage warmth to it.

I got the delux edition as well and can confirm that it is easily 6db louder (sounds pretty normal), and the highs sound much cleaner and crisper. I usually listen to the standard edition version though - always think it's tough to really get into the album when I'm flipping it every 2 songs.


August 5, 2015
Love the album, but the vinyl is very disappointing.
Incredibly noisy even after much cleaning, quiet and rather unimpressive. I tend to play the digital master instead.


August 4, 2015
The A side of this record is pressed really quietly and the bass is a bit weak in my opinion. The pressing is much better for side B, which IMO is the better side in terms of music. Still really love this album though!


June 23, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
I would like to know the quality of the vinyl also. Please post.


June 7, 2015

How is the quality on this vs. the 45 RPM? I read elsewhere that the mixing is slightly more quiet on this version?


June 2, 2015
die cut cover, both sides.