Thrice ‎– To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere

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Vagrant Records ‎– VR4390, BMG ‎– VR4390
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Vinyl, LP, Album, 180g
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Pressed on 180 gram black vinyl; includes digital download card and LP sized booklet with lyrics and photos.

Pressing quantity unknown; was originally listed incorrectly as 1,000 via Twitter but was debunked through communication with Vagrant

Tracks listed I-XI on jacket and labels

Produced, engineered, and mixed at Palmquist Studios
Mastered at Sterling Sound

℗&© 2016 BMG Rights Management (US) LLC D/B/A Vagrant Records
Manufactured in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker On Shrink): 075597946079
  • Barcode (Print On Jacket): 4050538196368
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched A Side): 16-0109 NL VR4390-A NT MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched B Side): 16-0109 NL VR4390-B MPO NT
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VR4391 Thrice To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere(CD, Album, Dig) Vagrant Records, BMG VR4391 US 2016 Sell This Version
VR4390 Thrice To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere(LP, Album, Ltd, Smo) Vagrant Records, BMG VR4390 US 2016 Sell This Version
VR4390 Thrice To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere(LP, Album, Ltd, Bro) Vagrant Records, BMG VR4390 US 2016 Sell This Version
538202012 Thrice To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere(CD, Album) BMG 538202012 UK & Europe 2016 Sell This Version
VR4390 Thrice To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere(LP, Album, Ltd, Tea) Vagrant Records, BMG VR4390 US 2016 Sell This Version

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Grained

Grained

January 16, 2018

Bought this version second hand (NM-) today at a local record store. It's spinning right now for the second round.
I first heard the album digital and was taken with the overall production, the used echo- and reverb types as well as Dustin Kensrue's raspy voice and lyrics. But as todays music the digital is pretty compressed hence loudness war and what so not. That said - I primarily got it on vinyl because of the overall sound of the record and the wish of more dynamics and clarity.

Sadly I have to say I'm pretty disappointed how this pressing sounds. The cymbals are distorting badly in louder parts - when it gets heavier even voice, snare and guitars. Interestingly more on side A than B. This gets louder towards the end of each side (I have vinyl with way more minutes on each side but no inner groove dist.). The bass sits - like the digital version - pretty low in the mix. The kick however is very dominant and deep sounding. It has an too early roll off in the highs - less detail and brilliance as you hope to get from a vinyl.

The pressing has a very slight noisefloor but maybe that's just the static (I don't have a proper way to deeply clean my records yet). Overall a pretty compressed and loud master. A tiny bit more dynamics like the digital if I remember right (got to check that again) - but nethertheless. They clearly tried to make this as loud possible.

The packaging on the other hand is very nice. Thick booklet with sewn spine, the cover is printed inside out on sturdy paper and contains a digital download as well. The paper feels really nice - like recycled.

I'm gonna stick with this pressing for now and get the CD next. Maybe a get a bit more detail out of that. If not - I'll have to wait until a better pressing comes along.
PTECH

PTECH

May 29, 2016
I have a black 180g variant of this, can someone create this version