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Snail Mail (2)Lush

Label:Matador – OLE-1179-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Indie Rock

Tracklist

A1Intro
A2Pristine
A3Speaking Terms
A4Heat Wave
A5Stick
B1Let's Find An Out
B2Golden Dream
B3Full Control
B4Deep Sea
French HornJames Richardson
B5Anytime
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Credits

Notes

Includes a custom inner sleeve and a download coupon.

℗ & © 2018 Matador Records
134 Grand St New York NY 10013

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Spaced removed): 744861117919
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched; "STERLING" stamped): OLE-1179-A JN-H STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched; "STERLING" stamped): OLE-1179 B JN-H STERLING

Other Versions (5 of 12)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Lush (CD, Album)MatadorOLE-1179-2US2018
Recently Edited
Lush (CD, Album)MatadorOLE-1179-2Europe2018
Lush (CD, Album)Matador, Beat RecordsOLE-11799Japan2018
Lush (LP, Album)MatadorOLE-1179-1UK & Europe2018
New Submission
Lush (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Red & Blue Splatter)MatadorOLE-11793Europe2018

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Reviews

  • Killer_Kitty's avatar
    Killer_Kitty
    I'm shocked at how incredible this pressing sounds! Unfortunately mine is warped slightly in center but it doesn't effect sound quality.
    • realmrfantastik's avatar
      Is there a new pressing that doesn't have a listing yet? matrix runout 247179E1/A on side A and 247179E2/B on side B. everything else is the same
      • cshaw.ian's avatar
        cshaw.ian
        Sound quality is really, really good! Super cool inner sleeve too
        • lumpiestpoon3's avatar
          Edited 2 years ago
          Surface noise and fidelity are much better than I expected, though it looks really dirty. The packaging is nice and the music is the kind that works great on vinyl.
          • _Cursed's avatar
            _Cursed
            Music: A solid, teenage nostalgia-inducing debut indie rock record. The instrumentation is quite straight forward and minimalistic. Despite being so minimal, the songs are not boring. Lindsey Jordan's voice and her melodies are the main attraction of this release. She has a familiar sound to her voice, yet it is not much alike other female vocalists today. I'm curious to hear what direction this group (or just Lindsey Jordan in general) goes from this release.

            Pressing: The appearance of the vinyl is a bit cloudy and looking at reflections in the runout reveal a not-so-mirror-like finish. The spindle hole is tight and took some effort to get on my table. There are no etchings to indicate where it was pressed, yet the etchings do reveal the record was mastered at Sterling Sound. Despite the visual flaws, the audio is quite good. I get the occasional light pop here and there but they have diminished after a cleaning and repeated plays.

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