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    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022-02-25, VinylTimewave Zero
    LP, EP; CD, EP
    Century Media – 19439949101Europe2022Europe2022
    New Submission
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022-02-25, VinylTimewave Zero
    LP, EP, Orange [Transparent] With Black Haze; CD, EP; All Media, Limited Edition, Stereo
    Century Media – 19439949101Europe2022Europe2022
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022, VinylTimewave Zero
    LP, EP, Red [Transparent] With Black Haze; CD, EP; All Media, Limited Edition
    Century Media – 19439949101Europe2022Europe2022
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022, VinylTimewave Zero
    LP, EP, Lilac; CD, EP; All Media, Limited Edition
    Century Media – 19439949101Germany2022Germany2022
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022-02-25, CDTimewave Zero
    CD, EP, Stereo; Blu-ray, EP, Stereo, Multichannel; All Media, Limited Edition
    Century Media – 19439949092Europe2022Europe2022
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    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022-02-25, CDTimewave Zero
    CD, EP
    Century Media – 19439977602US2022US2022
    New Submission
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022-02-25, VinylTimewave Zero
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Orange Transparent; CD, EP
    Century Media – 19439949101US2022US2022
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    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022, VinylTimewave Zero
    12", EP, Repress
    Century Media – 19439977611USA & Canada2022USA & Canada2022
    New Submission
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022, VinylTimewave Zero
    12", EP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Repress, Red/Gold/Black Smoke
    Northeast Steel Industry – NESV-2209, Century Media – noneChina2022China2022
    New Submission
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2022, VinylTimewave Zero
    12", EP, Limited Edition, Repress, Red/Gold/Black Smoking
    Northeast Steel Industry – NESV-2209China2022China2022
    New Submission
    Timewave Zero
    12", EP, Repress, Test Pressing
    Northeast Steel Industry – NESV-2209China2022China2022
    New Submission
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2023, CassetteTimewave Zero
    Cassette, Album, Reissue
    Darkness Shall Rise Productions – DSR 193Germany2023Germany2023
    New Submission
    Cover of Timewave Zero, 2023-10-13, FileTimewave Zero
    8×File, FLAC, EP, Reissue
    Century Media – noneGermany2023Germany2023
    New Submission

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    • foxdie1013's avatar
      foxdie1013
      My copy (brand new) is FLAWLESS. Not a single click or pop. Sounds lush & deep and becoming one of my favorite ambient albums. Plus, the gatefold is a nice textured matte. Thr inner sleeve is plastic lined. All-around A+
      • TheIronTonic's avatar
        TheIronTonic
        Great Album! Transparent orange pressing does have light crackles and pops throughout….but could be worse.
        • Psyberdel's avatar
          Psyberdel
          Awful pressing. Cracks and pops are all over both sides. I absolutely love the music, but I think this will go back to the store it came from.
          • samcbride's avatar
            samcbride
            I'm choosing to ignore some minor pressing imperfections cuz the music is totally engrossing. Deep, slow vibes. Ominous and luxurious at the same time.
            • Discoconuts's avatar
              Discoconuts
              Wow, I've been caught off guard by this one ! Flawless pressing and great sound. Recommended for psychonautic ambient fans.
              • Wakko14505's avatar
                Wakko14505
                What a sound scape yo take you away to anywhere
                • conspirator's avatar
                  conspirator
                  Fabulous soundscapes enhanced when watching the Blu-ray, traversing the universe and alien landscapes.
                  • mainstreamfm's avatar
                    mainstreamfm
                    Another Starspawn or Hidden History of the Human Race will do, fellas. Or just another brilliant death metal album. None of this daft kosmiche / Tangerine Dream homage, please. Pure filler. Even on coloured vinyl. Rubbish. JB
                    • StanleyKindly's avatar
                      StanleyKindly
                      Edited one year ago
                      My copy is pretty damn clean sounding for an ambient record.
                      The A-side is almost completely silent up until you get closer to the center of the record, where there is a slight uptick in clicks and pops - but still not enough to fully ruin or break the experience, it also seems to subside fairly quickly. Not noticing too much more distortion than what I'd expect from any ambient passage on the inner grooves of any record.
                      The B-side has a couple clicks and pops, but again far far FAR from anything that breaks the music (and maybe I just need to give it a proper cleaning). I paid real close attention as the needle approached the orange center, and only the faintest increase in pops occurred. Had this been louder music you would have struggled to hear it at all - and this lasted all of a minute before the record was over. There was a little warble and distortion which could have just as easily been the track itself that lasted through it's very final moments - maybe this was a pressing error but it still sounded like a stylistic choice to me and really worked with the closing fade out of the album.
                      With ambient releases I feel like the odds of getting a dud copy are a lot more likely, but just want to throw it out there that my copy sounds great! Maybe it's not perfect, but it's so far from unlistenable.
                      • doctorg's avatar
                        doctorg
                        Edited 2 years ago
                        I'm a fan of Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, etc, so I was bound to like this apocalyptic neo-synthwave ambient album. Indeed, it turned out better than I could have hoped as almost all of the instruments are classic analogue synths, and, you guessed it, the sound is good as a result having been recorded on tape. The inner gatefold photo of the band in front of a pyramid in an epic natural landscape immediately became one of my favourite band photos, Tibetan singing bowls, crystals, n'all.

                        A charming touch is the instruction at rear of the vinyl cover: "It is not recommended to operate a vehicle or heavy machinery while under the influence of this 432 Hz analog recording. Travelers are hereby advised to remain seated or supine throughout the duration of the recorded program." Strap in your seatbelt.

                        The covers are also worthy of mention: fantastic cosmic paintings by Dom Dixon dating back to 1975 and 1980.

                        I guess I got lucky because my transparent orange vinyl has not a click or pop on the whole thing and sounds real good.

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