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Do Make Say ThinkStubborn Persistent Illusions

Label:Constellation – CST120
Format:
Vinyl, LP, 180g
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, 180g
All Media, Album
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Post Rock

Tracklist

A1War On Torpor
A2Horripilation
A3A Murder Of Thoughts
B1Bound And Boundless
B2Her Eyes On The Horizon
C1D=3.57√h
C2Shlomo's Son
C3Return, Return Again
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Sticker: 2x180gLP w/etching + 12"x24" art print + MP3
All printed on uncoated boards and papers.
C1 is subtitled (As Far As The Eye Can See) on the Constellation website.

War on Torpor, Bound and Boundless, and Her Eyes on the Horizon were recorded at the Bathouse, Bath, Ontario [...]
Horripilation, Murder of Thoughts, d=3.57√h and Return, Return Again were recorded at Sundlaugin Studio, Reykjavik [...]
Schlomo’s Son was recorded at the Lost Tin Rooster Studio in Toronto on 4 government tracking/corporate data-gathering devices

All this was glued together, cut up and glued back together, fought over, hugged, cried, and laughed over, hotly debated, overdubbed and underdubbed, mixed and pre-mastered [...] at Th’Schvitz in Toronto from spring 2014 to fall 2016.

Meticulously mastered for your eyes [...] at Lacquer Channel Toronto.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned (Stickered)): 666561012014
  • Barcode (Printed (Stickered)): 6 66561 01201 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): BG58490-01 A4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): BG58490-01 B1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): BG58490-02 C1 KR

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Stubborn Persistent Illusions (CD, Album)ConstellationCST120US2017
New Submission
Stubborn Persistent Illusions (9×File, MP3, Album, 224 kbps)Constellationnone2017
New Submission
Stubborn Persistent Illusions (9×File, FLAC, Album, 24-bit – 44.10 kHz)Constellationnone2017

Reviews

LuciusKimball's profile picture
LuciusKimball
A fantastic album beautifully packaged. My disc 1 is dead flat—Disc 2 has a slight warp but not enough to affect play. Both sound great, the sonic range here is really well mixed. Side 4 has no audio but an etched kinetoscopic image of a bird flying. I downloaded a strobe light app for my phone and found that a strobe of 16 fps will reveal the image when played at 33 rpm
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BinaryAstro
Edited 11 months ago
On physical versions track six is dubbed "D=3.57√h", while on Constellation's website and streaming services the tracks is named "As far as the eye can see". Although I cannot explain why the difference was made, I can explain what that equation means. It's actually the formula that's used to calculate the distance of the horizon on earth in kilometers, based on your height in meters. So, it really does mean as far the eye can see
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acidneeds
Waited so many years for their come back. What a come back !
While other post-rock bands, while the years are passing, tend to have some weaker albums in their discography, Do Make Say Think made so many LPs in 20 years and invariably stunning LPs. At this moment we must admit they're definitively the big bosses and that we could kill people (love should work too) to make their next LP releases faster.
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unmarked_space
very fine album of a much beloved band and gorgeous packaging too. unfortunately the pressing is not up to par. despite thick vinyl and being visually spotless there was too much surface noise and other annoyances. I returned the first copy, but the replacement was the same, so I had to return that too. quite a shame.