The Shins ‎– Wincing The Night Away

Sub Pop ‎– SP 705
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Maroon with Black Swirl

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A1 Sleeping Lessons 3:58
A2 Australia 3:56
A3 Pam Berry 0:56
A4 Phantom Limb
Backing Vocals – Anita Robinson
A5 Sea Legs 5:22
B1 Red Rabbits
Steel Guitar [Lap Steel] – Chris FunkViolin – Paloma Griffin
B2 Turn On Me
Backing Vocals – Anita Robinson
B3 Black Wave 3:19
B4 Spilt Needles 3:45
B5 Girl Sailor
Piano, Backing Vocals – Eric Johnson*
B6 A Comet Appears
French Horn – Niels GallawaySteel Guitar [Lap Steel], Dulcimer [Hammered Dulcimer], Bouzouki – Chris Funk

Companies, etc.



Newbury Comics Edition on Red Swirl Vinyl, limited to 1,200 hand-numbered copies.

Recorded at Supernatural Sound, Oregon City, OR; The Aural Apothecary, Portland, OR; and Avast! 2 in Seattle, WA.

Includes coloured inner sleeve with song lyrics.
Includes a printed code for a licensed MP3 download from Sub Pop.
Includes a fold-out promo poster from Sub Pop.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): SP-705-A RE 1 GOLDEN 15184.1 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): SP-705-B RE 1 GOLDEN 15184.2 (3)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP 705 The Shins Wincing The Night Away(LP, Album) Sub Pop SP 705 US 2007 Sell This Version
705 The Shins Wincing the Night Away(LP, Album, RE) Sub Pop 705 US 2016 Sell This Version
SP 705 The Shins Wincing The Night Away(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Sil) Sub Pop SP 705 UK & Europe 2018 Sell This Version
SPCD 705 The Shins Wincing The Night Away(CD, Album, Dig) Sub Pop SPCD 705 US 2007 Sell This Version
51011 9451 2, TRANS047CD The Shins Wincing The Night Away(CD, Album) Sub Pop, Transgressive Records 51011 9451 2, TRANS047CD UK & Europe 2007 Sell This Version


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June 3, 2017
edited 7 months ago
This is still on sale at their website, don't give to the flippers.

As of December 2017, still up for sale.


January 20, 2017

Incredible pressing. Beautiful color and stellar sound. There's so much complexity on this record I never noticed before listening to the vinyl. Can't comment on the black pressing but I can only assume it's just as good