The Clientele ‎– Music For The Age Of Miracles

Label:
Merge Records ‎– MRG607
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, blue swirl vinyl
Vinyl, 7"
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Tracklist

A1 The Neighbor
A2 Lyra In April
A3 Lunar Days
A4 Falling Asleep
A5 Everything You See Tonight Is Different From Itself
B1 Lyra In October
B2 Everyone You Meet
B3 The Circus
B4 Constellations Echo Lanes
B5 The Museum Of Fog
B6 North Circular Days
B7 The Age Of Miracles
C All Alone
D Lyra In August

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Notes

Limited edition blue swirl vinyl. Includes 7" featuring two outtakes from the album. Full download included.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 73855 06071 2
  • Label Code: 29279

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MRG607 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles(CD, Album) Merge Records MRG607 US 2017 Sell This Version
MRG607 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles(14xFile, FLAC, Album, Dlx) Merge Records MRG607 US 2017
TR385 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles(LP, Album, Ltd, Gat + 7" + CD, Album) Tapete Records TR385 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
TR375 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles(CD, Album) Tapete Records TR375 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
MRG607 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles(LP, Album) Merge Records MRG607 US 2017 Sell This Version

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hh254

hh254

October 14, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
Lovely record; one of their best, I think. But those of you who find the Merge pressing troublesome should get the European pressing from Tapete Records (Germany): clean and warm sound, no pops or noise whatsoever. I got mine directly from the label.
Brantly

Brantly

September 22, 2017
The reviews I have read of this LP are a bit pedantic and trying really hard to somehow pretend this is a departure from the Clientele's signature rainy-day baroque sound they've peddled post 'Strange Geometry' (as opposed to the etiolated lo-fi brilliance of their rainy-day-park bench 60's anthems of the Violet Hour, and to a lesser extent, the ornate avant-pop of Strange Geometry), where I find this new LP a logical extension of Bonfires on the Heath, and, if anything, it's a bit more like their older work in many more ways than Minotaur or the The Night a Forest Grew EP. The production is crisp and the songwriting strong, and to me this is welcome LP from one of my all-time favorite bands and fits nicely into their incredible catalogue. The early singles will always ring as my favorites, but every record has been a treat and after 3 listens in 2 days, I can say this will be a contender for record of the year for sure.
dustplanks

dustplanks

September 21, 2017
anybody have any issues with this pressing? my copy has a ton of surface noise / pops from the start (not fixed by cleaning).