Trans Am (2) ‎– Surrender To The Night

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thrill038cd Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(CD, Album) Thrill Jockey thrill038cd US 1997 Sell This Version
04988 - 2 Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(CD, Album) City Slang 04988 - 2 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
TKCB-71090 Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(CD, Album) Tokuma Japan Communications TKCB-71090 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
04988-26/08 Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(CD, Album, Promo) City Slang 04988-26/08 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
04988-1 Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(LP, Album) City Slang, EFA 04988-1 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
thrill038 Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(LP, Album) Thrill Jockey thrill038 US 1997 Sell This Version
thrill038 Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(LP, Album, RE) Thrill Jockey thrill038 US 2012 Sell This Version
thrill038 Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(LP, Album, RE, Red) Thrill Jockey thrill038 US 2012 Sell This Version
THRILL038LP Trans Am (2) Surrender To The Night(LP, Album, RE) Thrill Jockey THRILL038LP US 2017 Sell This Version

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dontbuymp3s

dontbuymp3s

October 2, 2018
referencing Surrender To The Night, LP, Album, RE, thrill038

My copy fails to run out on both sides even though there is a run out groove to the centre. Is it just my copy or has anybody else experienced this?
Great album!
notec

notec

April 25, 2016
referencing Surrender To The Night, CD, Album, thrill038cd
SELDOM HEARD ARE the artists who can create a tapestry of sound that seeds and evolves a listener's unharnessed emotions into such a satisfying, multi-dimensional fold. Trans Am's second release is a transient caravan ride thru space and time both relaxing and disturbing (The record is supplied with a sticker warning: 'There is nothing wrong. All distortions are fully intentional'). This is evidenced at the end of "Rough Justice" and in "Zero Tolerance" as well as various other places in clip doses. It has it's atmospheric place and does not warrant skipping the songs or ending the listening pleasure. That can probably be accredited to the engineering work of John McEntire. Song titles that perfectly fit the musical mood created - merging the rock ambient borders into a tighter cluster.