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PramAcross The Meridian

Label:Domino – WIGLP434X, Domino – WIGLP434
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Silver
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Downtempo, Leftfield

Tracklist

A1Shimmer And Disappear
A2Thistledown
A3Electra
A4Wave Of Translation
A5Shadow In Twilight
A6Ladder To The Moon
B1The Midnight Room
B2Footprints Towards Zero
B3Mayfly
B4Sailing Stones
B5Where The Sea Stops Moving
B6Doll's Eyes
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Notes

WIGLP434X cat no on sticker
WIGLP434 cat no on sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Only on hype sticker): 887828043439
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): Guy's ELECTRIC B120289-0> A> WIGLP434 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): B120289-0> B> WIGLP434 B1

Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Across The Meridian (LP, Album, 180gm)DominoWIGLP434UK2018
New Submission
Across The Meridian (CD, Album)DominoWIGCD434UK2018
New Submission
Across The Meridian (CD, Album, Promo)DominoWIGCD434PUK2018

Reviews

  • gsheputis's avatar
    gsheputis
    Edited 2 years ago
    To the previous post, I couldn't have put it better - been following them since the beginning (Gash), absolutely losing no quality from release to release on their utterly unique take on music - and this one, another absolute gem....and quite possibly their best yet - more people need to know about Pram...
    • wonderbrat's avatar
      wonderbrat
      An LP that was ridiculously not featured in any of those inane AOTY-lists. I have been listening to Pram since they released Sargasso Sea in 1995 and have enjoyed their music ever since. That said, I read about the disappearance of Rosie Cuckston, so I thought this LP was not worth listening to. For a substantial part of their magic was due to her insane voice. I do not like sopranos that much, but hers was a special voice. Then, I realised that the gender-agnostic name "Sam" did hide yet another female in the band. So, the bassist is a competent suitor. She makes the absence of Rosie, as it were, unperceived to my ears. This is yet another marvellous example of Pram's strangely mesmerising music. Spaghetti Western, film noir, post-rock, you name it thrown into the pot to yield the unique Pram-blend of music where a new LP yields another slice of their great art. Nothing new when you are familiar with their output, but as wonderfully entertaining as, let us say, a new record by Stereolab or by Shellac would very likely be. I am happy to report, that Pram is in good mid-season form.

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