Julia Holter ‎– Tragedy

Leaving Records ‎– LR/015
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition


A1 Try To Make Yourself A Work Of Art
A2 The Falling Age
A3 Godess Eyes
B1 Celebration
B2 So Lillies
B3 Finale



First pressing limited to 300 copies.
Second (identical?) pressing limited to 500 copies.

Innersleeve is stamped with Leaving Records logo.

Includes a lyric and info sheet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): LR-014-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): LR-014-B

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LSSN008 Julia Holter Tragedy(CD, Album) Night School LSSN008 UK 2012 Sell This Version
REWIGCD87 Julia Holter Tragedy(CD, Album, RE) Domino REWIGCD87 UK 2013 Sell This Version
REWIGLP87 Julia Holter Tragedy(2xLP, Album, RE) Domino REWIGLP87 UK 2013 Sell This Version
REWIG87D1 Julia Holter Tragedy (2013 Bonus Edition)(8xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Domino REWIG87D1 UK 2013


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September 13, 2016
I don't know if this particular release of Tragedy has the Introduction at the beginning or the Interlude at the middle but these are very important pieces in developing the whole concept of the album

I first listened to this album on my first LSD trip a few years ago and it is exactly like a living creature for me that takes different shapes and evolves in every listen... this is one of those records that has this religious feel about it you kind of find yourself respecting it and don't what it to be played if there s someone around you who you suspect would not appreciate the this sonic audio experience/journey..

.it is a work of art that often goes beyond itself

I can not thank you enough Mrs. Holter


April 22, 2013
Repress coming soon on Domino!


May 21, 2012

I'm glad I absorbed the vinyl version of this first as the CD is longer and sounds like a more complete album,which would leave the vinyl sounding slightly inadequate by comparison had I heard both formats in reverse order.I did the old 'listening to the album on my ipod in bed in the dark pre-sleep' thing with this last night,a rare accolade indeed as I'm more of a 'dvd in bed pre-sleep' kind of chap and few albums have been given this hallowed treatment,but I wanted to block out all other sensory intrusions to get the most out of my listening experience.The results were staggering.What I had previously considered to be a truly great album has now entered an exclusive masterclass.I was profoundly moved at several points during my listen and despite having been lulled into that hazy bliss that comes just before R.E.M. sleep by the end of it,I was compelled to listen to the whole thing over again.

In a time when there really is a huge amount of great and original alternative music being released, this album dwarfs (most of) the competition.

An instant admission to my all-time top ten albums of any description and an unforgettable moment in my own personal listening history.6 stars out of 5,no messin'.


March 9, 2012

needs another pressing