Shpongle ‎– Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is Lost

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Twisted Records ‎– TWSLP28RM
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered
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Tracklist

A1 Botanical Dimensions
A2 Outer Shpongolia
A3 Levitation Nation
A4 Periscopes Of Consciousness
A5 Schmaltz Herring
B1 Nothing Lasts...
B2 Shnitzled In The Negev
B3 ...But Nothing Is Lost
C1 When Shall I Be Free?
C2 The Stamen Of The Shamen
C3 Circuits Of The Imagination
C4 Linguistic Mystic
C5 Mentalism
D1 Invocation
D2 Molecular Superstructure
D3 Turn Up The Silence
D4 Exhalation
D5 Connoisseur Of Hallucinations
D6 The Nebbish Route
D7 Falling Awake

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Notes

Limited edition of 2500 in hand-finished 'bespoke engineered hardboard outer and inner 8 page sleeve' and outer Shpongle Anti-Static bag

"Dedicated to the memory of Terence McKenna."

(P)&(C)2018 Twisted Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO TWSLP 28RM A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO TWSLP 28RM B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): MPO TWSLP 28RM C [MPO logo]® 18 47347
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): MPO TWSLP 28RM D [MPO logo]® 18 47373
  • Other (Part Number On Outer Bag): 630883004125

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TWSCD28 Shpongle Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is Lost(CD, Album, Mixed) Twisted Records TWSCD28 UK 2005 Sell This Version
TWSCD28 Shpongle Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is Lost(CD, Album, Mixed, RP) Twisted Records TWSCD28 UK 2010 Sell This Version
TWSCD28, TCD 0605026 Shpongle Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is Lost(CD, Album, Mixed, Unofficial) Twisted Records (4), East Records (3) TWSCD28, TCD 0605026 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
TWSLP28 Shpongle Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is Lost(2xLP, Album) Twisted Records TWSLP28 UK 2005 Sell This Version
TWSCD28 Shpongle Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is Lost(CD, Album, Mixed, Unofficial) Twisted Records (4) TWSCD28 Russia 2005 Sell This Version

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lelutin2

lelutin2

January 9, 2020
edited 13 days ago

Somebody can explain this Price for a New records ?!?!? Crazy label , realy Bad to sell that for 160e !!
unoleian

unoleian

June 20, 2019

This might be the most beautifully packaged album I've ever gotten. It's pretty clear where the premium price on this one was put into, above and beyond the remastering of the records themselves. The amount of embossing and foil stamping on this is a sight to be seen, and the electrostatic sleeve was a clever touch. I for one am grateful this is moving slower than the last two remasters, it wouldn't be in these hands otherwise. It sounds as good as it looks as well. Keep these remasters coming, I can't wait to round out the collection at this point.
draeke

draeke

May 29, 2019
The release looks fantastic and it sounds remastered indeed, however, the quantity pressed and the price asked for, won't make this release as collectable as the rest. After two months it is still available from the official Bandcamp of Twisted for the launch price. So don't get fooled by sellers asking 2x times the price and if you want it, get it straight from the source. There is no question it looks simply amazing but I for one did not like the oversized book, it stands out next to the other reissues which already looked awesome anyway. One to have for listening and not to flip, there is no money to be made investing in this one.
sunshower

sunshower

April 17, 2019
Simon says: 'this costs us 80 pounds to make, 'Ineffable Mysteries From Shpongleland' cost us a fortune.
I wonder what the price of that one's going to be.... It think it will cost us a fortune too.
bvs

bvs

April 16, 2019
edited 9 months ago
What is the reason of doing reissue priced (sealed) like rare discogs vinyls? Both earlier reissues also look and sound great in same hardcover, and cost half of this - dissapointed with this release, make money is great, but in this way?!
arrows42

arrows42

April 16, 2019

Another fine edition in Shpongle's remastering catalog. The very heavy book is beautiful. It changes in different colored lights. But most importantly, the music is also well done. I'm surprised more people haven't mentioned the fact the vinyl sounds fantastic.
speakerguy

speakerguy

April 15, 2019
edited 9 months ago
Insane price but what wouldn't you do for your maybe favorite Shpongle album. Twisted may have some problems with these, still available after 2 weeks, unlike some of the earlier releases that sold out in a day.
Edit: Finally gave it a listen, this is the first remaster where I can hear a difference clearly. Not bad.
psyhoe

psyhoe

April 11, 2019
edited 9 months ago

Looks promising so far, will report when i receive my replacement
gregor.meier

gregor.meier

April 11, 2019
A simply beautiful piece of art with multidimensional layers to explore :)
adzix

adzix

April 11, 2019
edited 9 months ago
Finally! It took a while for this to arrive, and the HEFTY price tag was hard to swallow, but since this is a release I've always loved and wanted to own on vinyl... oh well.
So today it arrived and, to make it short, it's beautiful.
The record comes in a custom anti static sleeve, with Shpongle related stuff printed on front and back, held together with a silvery Shpongle sticker.
The outer record sleeve is thick and sturdy, embossed and layer with various metallic foils, making it a piece of art imho, very pleasing to look at.
It opens like a book, albeit one with just 8 pages, and houses two records, both in shrink-wrapped sleeves with custom, uni-coloured designs that look like something off a circuit board.
The records are flat, clean and, just like the other Shpongle reissues, sound as good as it gets. Simon and his crew know how good audio works, and this release makes me want to explore the layered piece of flowing music that "Nothing Lasts..." is, again.
All in all a brilliant addition to any lover of psychedelic electronica's record collection, albeit the kinda ridiculous price.