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InterpolMarauder

Label:Matador – OLE-1124-1, Matador – OLE-1124-0
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Cream
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock

Tracklist

A1If You Really Love Nothing4:26
A2The Rover3:38
A3Complications3:55
A4Flight Of Fancy3:52
A5Stay In Touch 4:54
A6Interlude 11:02
B1Mountain Child 3:09
B2NYSMAW3:17
B3Surveillance 4:14
B4Number 10 3:14
B5Party's Over 3:40
B6Interlude 21:04
B7It Probably Matters4:09
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Notes

Catalogue Number on front cover sticker and on Barcode Sticker over shrink wrap above barcode on back sleeve: OLE-1124-0
Catalogue Number on labels and on back cover between barcode and P&C information: OLE-1124-1

Sticker: Limited Indie Exclusive Edition On Cream Colored Vinyl
42:34

Includes a download code.
Printed inner sleeve with lyrics.

Some records shop gave tote-bag with the purchase.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed on back sleeve): 7 44861 11241 9
  • Barcode (On barcode sticker): 7 44861 11240 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): OLE 1124-1 BI38432-01 A1 ☂x
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): OLE 1124-1 BI38432-01 B1 vx

Other Versions (5 of 18)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Marauder (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Red Opaque)MatadorOLE-1124-1USA & Canada2018
New Submission
Marauder (LP, Album)MatadorOLE-1124-1USA & Canada2018
Marauder (CD, Album, Slipcase)Matador, MatadorOLE-1124-2, 744861112426US2018
New Submission
Marauder (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Cream)Matador, MatadorOLE-1124-0, 744861112402USA & Canada2018
New Submission
Marauder (LP, Album, Test Pressing)MatadorOLE-1124-1USA & Canada2018

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Reviews

  • sbiessel's avatar
    sbiessel
    Edited one year ago
    Pressing quality seems decent but agree with the others that it sounds kinda flat and even further compressed vs. digital. The album sounds kinda poor to begin with though, which is a shame because it's a solid set of music and underrated in their discography. Maybe someday we'll get a re-issued version with a different mixing job.

    Packaging is a win though. Almost worth it for the Nixon-era Winogrand photo alone that has a nice raised feeling to it off the album sleeve. Gatefold with a photo of the band would have really driven it home.
    • DasMo83's avatar
      DasMo83
      This sounds good in terms of pressing quality. But the music is a disaster compared to digital: flat, muddy, little detail. Great album though.
      • Rawhead77's avatar
        Rawhead77
        This sounds great on my set up I've only heard the cd version and this cream wins. No doubts this is their best album in years since Our love to admire I would say.
        • RicoHernandez44's avatar
          Listening of this press is disappointing, what do you think about ? the classic press is certainely bettre than
          • Blaine78's avatar
            Blaine78
            Their best album since Turn on the Bright Lights, in my humble opinion. This pressing is pretty spot on - Pressed flat, Low surface noise (except occasional noise during a couple of track transitions on side A, but a non-issue), Clear, Dynamic. Great packaging too.
            • Fuerstmyschkin's avatar
              My copy has pressing faults on Side B (Clicks at "Number 10"), sent it back.
              • daryltaylor's avatar
                daryltaylor
                My copy has the labels on the wrong sides, anyone else have this on their copy?

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