Scientists* ‎– Weird Love

This is not a compilation. Songs were re-recorded from their earlier singles and EPs during 3 days in London with Richard Mazda for the US market.

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KAR103-L Scientists* Weird Love(LP, Album) Karbon KAR103-L UK 1986 Sell This Version
6016-4 Scientists* Weird Love(Cass, Album) Big Time 6016-4 US 1986 Sell This Version
6016-1-B, 10017-1 Scientists* Weird Love(LP, Album) Big Time, Big Time 6016-1-B, 10017-1 US 1987 Sell This Version
NUM206.4dig1 Scientists* Weird Love(File, FLAC, MP3, WAV, Album) Numero Group NUM206.4dig1 UK & US 2016
NUM1288 Scientists* Weird Love(LP, Album, RE) Numero Group NUM1288 US 2018 Sell This Version
none Scientists* Weird Love(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Stable Records (2) none Russia Unknown Sell This Version



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August 13, 2018
referencing Weird Love, LP, Album, RE, NUM1288

If there is one Scientists release you should pick up then it is this one. Sure, the production is cleaner and the overall sound loses that rawness of the original single and EP versions. The good news is they don't sound like they're on the verge of falling apart at every beat and note (which was something I've always found more annoying than it was charming). This is as tight and cohesive as they ever got and it is an absolute pleasure to listen to. Numero strikes again with another excellent pressing. The disc is flat and the sound is clear and dynamic. Numero has stepped up their game in recent years, upgrading the inner sleeve to a mo-fi-esque poly-lined material. No longer do their pressings suffer from egregious surface noise and scuffing straight out of the shrink. I highly recommend this pressing all around!