Wooden ShjipsV.

Label:Thrill Jockey – THRILL 464
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Red Opaque
Style:Psychedelic Rock


A2In The Fall
A3Red Line
A4Already Gone
B1Staring At The Sun
B2Golden Flower
B3Ride On


A limited supply pressed on opaque red color vinyl and only available via Thrill Jockey mailorder or the band's merch table.
A full coloured artwork inner sleeve.
Including download card.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 790377046410

Other Versions (5 of 8)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
V. (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue and White Swirl)Thrill JockeyTHRILL 464US2018
New Submission
V. (LP, Album)Thrill JockeyTHRILL 464US2018
V. (LP, Album, Limited Edition, White)Thrill JockeyTHRILL 464US2018
Recently Edited
V. (CD, Album)Thrill JockeyTHRILL 464USA & Europe2018
Recently Edited
V. (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Butter Lavender)Thrill JockeyTHRILL 464US2018


  • DailySpecial's avatar
    Edited one year ago
    Stay away from this pressing. There is no amount of cleaning that can get rid of the surface / scratch noise. Felt like it was damaging my stylus. Tried B side and it was worse! Something went awefully wrong here in the QA process. Anyway, great album / music, bad pressing.
    • minimal.compact's avatar
      From my experience, records that come with surface noise are probably full of pressing release chemicals.Dont rush and buy again, just use a good liquid to clean and play the record so that the stylus can break down the chemical film.Repeat any wet cleaning method more frequently.
      If the vinyl does not have any scratches and the surface seems ok then it is almost certain that the distortion and ticks you hear are because of the chemicals
      • cdequaker's avatar
        The 5th album from these San Francisco masters of psychedelic dreamland continues on the path of their brilliant 2013 release “Back To Land”. The songs bask in a generally subtle, smooth flow—almost jazzy at times. But the mindset is pure tripped-out bliss. Ripley Johnson’s guitar is heavenly, dreamy—a fluid, otherworldly rocketship floating through the universe on a leisurely voyage to nirvana. It hints at artists like Tom Verlaine, Mike Bloomfield, Bill Nelson, Mick Hutchinson, John Cippolina, Guy Blakeslee. The keyboards and Krautrock-tinged rhythms recall Johnson’s poppier band, Moon Duo. There are similarities to bands such as Psychic Ills, The Black Angels, Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Velvet Underground, Spacemen 3, Suicide. “V” rises like a kaleidoscopic peacock on magical wings, extending a visionary optimism to starry-eyed dreamers and seekers of audio euphoria. Recommended.
        • GreggHermetech's avatar
          Ordered the red edition from Thrill Jockey, it shipped from their London distributor. Nice looking package, and fabulous music, but record is slightly warped, and the sound quality and pressing is very poor. Lots of surface noise and clicks, low audio level, muffled sound overall (like listening to a 4th generation cassette copy from the 80's). Feel like I have wasted my money. Not recommended.
          • paulopostfuture's avatar
            Just got my copy of the 'butter' edition in the post, but on checking to see what colour it is, it's actually purple. Anybody else got one of these? Is this actually the 'lavender butter' edition, and if so why is that version described here as blue/white swirl? (Haven't had a chance to check the pressing quality etc yet but will report back later.)
            • RockNurse's avatar
              Warning: the black vinyl version has the same printed-on-sleeve barcode as the red version, so if you want red, the seller needs to check the color or verify there's a sticker on the shrink indicating it is red.



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