Shamir (2) ‎– Ratchet

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XL Recordings ‎– XLLP672
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A1 Vegas
Saxophone – Tim Angiolillo*Written By – Nick Sylvester (2)Written-By – Mila Bailey, Shamir (2)
A2 Make A Scene
Backing Vocals – Monica Salazar, Tara Chacon
A3 On The Regular
A4 Call It Off
A5 Hot Mess
A6 Demon
B1 In For The Kill
Backing Vocals – Monica Salazar, Tara ChaconMixed By – Tom ElmhirstSaxophone – Matty Fasano, Tim Angiolillo*
B2 Youth
B3 Darker
B4 Head In The Clouds
B5 KC

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Includes an 8-page lyric book, with illustrations and credits, and a free download code.

Track B5 is a hidden bonus track, not listed on the tracklist, label or lyric book.

"Darker" contains excerpts from the recording "Owner's Lament" performed by Scratch Acid. Courtesy of Touch And Go Records. Used by permission copyright 1990 Touch And Go Records. Written by Scratch Acid. Published by Scratch Acid. All rights reserved.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 634904067212
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): 130264E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): 130264E2/A

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XLLP672 Shamir (2) Ratchet(LP, Album, TP) XL Recordings XLLP672 US 2015 Sell This Version
XLCD672 Shamir (2) Ratchet(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD672 US 2015 Sell This Version
BGJ-10241 Shamir (2) Ratchet(CD, Album) XL Recordings BGJ-10241 Japan 2015 Sell This Version
XLCD 672 Shamir (2) Ratchet(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 672 Russia 2015 Sell This Version
none Shamir (2) Ratchet(11xFile, AAC, Album, 256) XL Recordings none US 2015

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loobz

loobz

July 22, 2015

Sounds very good indeed!
Gossiper

Gossiper

May 22, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
This is definitely a top contender for my album of the year! I think theneedledrop (gag) was right on the money when he said Shamir's voice is definitely an acquired taste, not everyone is going to love this record, obviously, but there's definitely something special and unique about this album and about Shamir. The album's lead singles, "On The Regular" and "Call It Off" are both bops, but they're also very misleading in regards to the direction of this album, which sounds almost entirely different.

The hidden bonus track was a nice touch and the record, although fairly light, is mastered beautifully. The lyric book is also very cute.