iamamiwhoami ‎– Blue

To whom it may concern. ‎– TWIMC004LP
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Clear


A1 Fountain 5:57
A2 Hunting For Pearls 5:14
A3 Vista 4:59
A4 Tap Your Glass 5:14
A5 Blue Blue 5:23
B1 Thin 5:28
B2 Chasing Kites 5:05
B3 Ripple 3:32
B4 The Last Dancer 4:44
B5 Shadowshow 5:23



This edition features release on transparent 12 inch LP packaged in custom designed plastic outer sleeve with flap, with a 
20cm x 20cm perfect bound 48 pp book with lyrics.

This and the other physical editions of Blue are sold exclusively via To whom it may concern's store.

This release, the CD version and The Blue Island, contain the original length versions of the songs and are different compared to the online retail versions.

The durations are timed without inter-track silences

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TWIMC 004 LP A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): TWIMC 004 LP B1

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TWIMC004 iamamiwhoami Blue(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) To whom it may concern. TWIMC004 Sweden 2014
none iamamiwhoami Blue(CD, Ltd, Promo) To whom it may concern. none Sweden 2014 Sell This Version
TWIMC001DVD iamamiwhoami Blue(DVD-V, Ltd, Num) To whom it may concern. TWIMC001DVD Sweden 2015 Sell This Version
TWIMC004, TWIMC004LP, TWIMC004CD, TWIMC004DVD iamamiwhoami Blue(LP, Album, Cle + CD, Album + DVD-V, Album, NTSC + ) To whom it may concern., To whom it may concern., To whom it may concern., To whom it may concern. TWIMC004, TWIMC004LP, TWIMC004CD, TWIMC004DVD Sweden 2015 Sell This Version
TWIMC004CD iamamiwhoami Blue(CD, Album, Ltd, Num) To whom it may concern. TWIMC004CD Sweden 2014 Sell This Version


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May 12, 2018
For those interested in buying this, the release is still available directly from twimc.:


November 22, 2016
Also, the vinyl omits the little linking pieces which are on the CD/DVD/Island download, in case you need to know this! It's interesting to have just the songs themselves, so I don't mind too much.


November 22, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Agree that the vinyl packaging is terrible but at least my record is the right shape/size. I have discarded the inner sleeve as it was totally ruined and had marked the record. Having said all that, I'm quite happy with my copy, it plays reasonably quietly, although I'm not convinced it's not just the CD pressed to vinyl. Postage from Sweden cost me a fortune, too!


January 12, 2015
The vinyl packaging is atrocious. I've purchased this item from two different distributors (as it was thought to be lost at the post office, only to be found a week later). Both of the polyvinyl sleeves are coming apart at the seams.

Also, each of the records are misshapen. They tap against the edge of my turntable. There is also a very noticeable skip on the second track of my record.

I am a huge iamamiwhoami fan, but I am very disappointed to have spent as much as I have on something of poor quality.


December 22, 2014

Wow ! Those Vinyl Set looks really outstanding and sublime.
I dont trust myself in first to touch those awesome Design Paperbooklet - After few days later i watch it carefully and find some very nice photos inside - the paper was also strong and heavy and has quality. Looks all in all very good. I Was a bit concern about the sound from the records, because of colored/tranparent vinyl. In normal the sound was not the best from those colored vinyl, but here it sounds full detailed, powerfull, strong and clear. I was pretty surprised about that very good Mastering. For me definitely now a Collectors Item, and it supports Vinyl Music also. Great !


November 9, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

During Blue's final songs I find myself dreaming that this is ABBA's long-lost swan song. 'Shadowshow' is so reminiscent of 'Soldiers' and 'The Visitors' it's as though that doomed Swedish quartet sent their final masterpiece through a wormhole to spend its paranoid, seductive glory on strangers.

Elsewhere, Sophie B Hawkins rears her sunkissed head during 'Blue Blue'; OMD drop in for elevenses as 'Vista' gets going; and Jonna Lee dives deep to some uncharted portion of the seabed where 'Hunting for Pearls' has lain, perfectly formed but starved of light, since 1984, or 1992, or 1920...

In more mundane news, it's a beautiful package, and the album is undoubtedly their best, but the vinyl's pretty noisy during the quiet passages.