John Maus ‎– Screen Memories

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Ribbon Music ‎– RBN072LP, Ribbon Music ‎– RBN072LPXM
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue-Gray w/Black And White Marble [TV Snow], 180g
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A01 The Combine 3:38
A02 Teenage Witch 2:18
A03 Touchdown 3:41
A04 Walls of Silence 2:23
A05 Find Out 2:24
A06 Decide Decide 3:05
B07 Edge Of Forever 2:43
B08 The People Are Missing 2:59
B09 Pets 3:36
B10 Sensitive Recollections 2:46
B11 Over Phantom 4:27
B12 Bombs Away
Written By – John Maus, Ariel Pink & Matt Fishbeck
3:57

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All songs produced, recorded and mixed by John Maus, Funny Farm, Austin, MN
John Maus is published by Ribbon Music c/o Domino Publishing Company of America Inc. (BMI)
℗ & © 2017 Ribbon Music

Sticker on shrinkwrap, front cover: "Limited edition multi-color 180g heavyweight vinyl includes download".

Barcode and this edition's catalogue number, RBN072LPXM, listed on sticker only.
RBN072LP printed on cover (spine).
Tracks numbered sequentially on back cover from 01 to 12.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap): 887834007234
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, A-side): RBN072LP-A S-100560 CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-side): RBN072LP-B S-100561 CB

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RBN072LP John Maus Screen Memories(LP, Album) Ribbon Music RBN072LP USA & Europe 2017 Sell This Version
RBN072D John Maus Screen Memories(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Ribbon Music RBN072D 2017
RBN072LP, RBN072OLPX John Maus Screen Memories(LP, Album, Ltd, Sil) Ribbon Music, Ribbon Music RBN072LP, RBN072OLPX Europe 2017 Sell This Version
RBN072CD John Maus Screen Memories(CD, Album) Ribbon Music RBN072CD USA & Europe 2017 Sell This Version
RBN072CDP John Maus Screen Memories(CD, Album, Promo) Ribbon Music RBN072CDP Europe 2017 Sell This Version

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AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

December 12, 2017
edited 3 months ago

Maus re-emerges after years of introspection, highly satisfying continuation of his post everything italodisco minimalwavish electro synthpop post everything rock and roll. Maus has a change in tone in this album, almost a sense of self constrain, there is still plenty of interesting pleasing experimentation going on here as far as music in general and/or non-mainstream electronic indie music in more specific terms, is concerned
plaidzebra

plaidzebra

November 14, 2017

It legitimately pains me to report that while the production and press are high quality, the only genuine classic track on this album is "The Combine." The tracks that follow are not bad, necessarily, but they are generic, mediocre, unsatisfying. Maus deploys a number of strategies to enhance the tracks; there are plenty of change ups and unexpected left turns in the arrangements. Yet the songs themselves have no hooks, and rarely much harmonic/melodic invention (the quality that made his last LP so satisfying). If it was a single with "The Combine" on the A and "Teenage Witch" on the B, I'd say it's a resounding success. I appreciate John Maus and the work he's done, and also appreciate the overarching theme of personal and collective apocalypse presented in Screen Memories. But unfortunately the music of Screen Memories does not deliver on that promise.
dr_mercury

dr_mercury

November 8, 2017

Wow, this is a superb pressing. As mentioned already below, the vinyl version adds even more sonic depth to this brilliant masterpiece! Album of the year for me, kids :) Looking forward to hearing Addendum in the spring, but sounds like it's only going to be available in the box set that's already sold out? I didn't pick it up as I had all of the other albums on vinyl already. Really hope that it may be made available separately, but I'm not holding my breath
dfvidaurre

dfvidaurre

November 2, 2017

Several people have already mentioned it, but this is a stunning record just on a purely sonic level.
ballptpentheif

ballptpentheif

October 30, 2017

A great vinyl pressing that gives the composition even more vacuous space. With a broader dynamic range tones build and decay longer creating a much more richer sound than the digital version of these songs.
rotch

rotch

October 26, 2017
Does anyone know if this is the exact same version we'll be getting if we preordered the box set?
paulopostfuture

paulopostfuture

October 25, 2017
edited 11 months ago
Pressing/mastering/cut all top-notch on my copy of the coloured vinyl. Only slight issue is a bit of surface noise right at the end of each side in the right hand channel - only noticeable as the music's just finishing though.