Death Grips ‎– Year Of The Snitch

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Third Worlds ‎– 2567785415, Harvest ‎– 2567785415
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Green Translucent
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A1 Death Grips Is Online
Featuring – Lucas Abela
3:32
A2 Flies 2:33
A3 Black Paint 3:49
A4 Linda's In Custody 3:30
A5 The Horn Section 1:32
A6 Hahaha 3:35
B1 Shitshow 1:45
B2 Streaky 2:56
B3 Dilemma
Featuring – Andrew Adamson
3:54
B4 Little Richard 2:25
B5 The Fear 3:21
B6 Outro
Featuring – Lucas Abela
1:02
B7 Disappointed
Featuring – Justin Chancellor
3:21

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Notes

Exclusive Green Vinyl only available for pre-order on the online Death Grips Shop. Die-cut outer sleeve with a reversible inner sleeve.
Limited to 5000

Andrew Adamson is miscredited as being on track 10, and DJ Swamp is miscredited as being on track 9.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602567785415
  • Label Code: 2567785408
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): 2567785408-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): 2567785408-B

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2567785439 Death Grips Year Of The Snitch(LP, Album, Cle) Third Worlds, Harvest, Caroline International 2567785439 Europe 2018 Sell This Version
2567787334 Death Grips Year Of The Snitch(CD, Album) Third Worlds, Harvest 2567787334 UK & Europe 2018 Sell This Version
2567785408 Death Grips Year Of The Snitch(LP, Album) Harvest, Third Worlds 2567785408 US 2018 Sell This Version
none Death Grips Year Of The Snitch(13xFile, MP3, WAV, Album) Third Worlds none US 2018
none Death Grips Year Of The Snitch(LP, Album, TP) Third Worlds, Harvest none US 2018 Sell This Version

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absol1082

absol1082

June 3, 2020
edited 2 months ago
Great looking pressing and packaging, but lots of bad inner-grove distortion on this one. Only other complaint is they pressed the hole way too small on mine. Not sure if it's just my copy, but I've never had a record be so much of a struggle to get on and off the turntable each time
dalton_darko

dalton_darko

February 24, 2020

I love this pressing so much! Absolutely one of my fav records in my collection.
Scr4ppy

Scr4ppy

October 1, 2018
My copy turned up today (Canada), as with everyone it didn't come with any tracking information. Pressing is absolutely killer, I've played the album several times over on Spotify through my sound system while waiting for this vinyl, and this pressing sounds way better on vinyl than it does digitally. There is some surface noise that can be heard during some of the quiet moments, ex: during the intro of Dilemma, but this probably could be solved by giving it a quick clean. There aren't any pops or anything like that. The colour is awesome and the cover art is awesome. Definitely get this pressing if you can.
JacobGoodwin

JacobGoodwin

September 29, 2018
My pressing sounds fantastic, in fact the mastering sounds better than it did digitally. I took the advice from the other comment on here and cleaned off my copy before spinning it. The hole in the corner is cut small but if you rotate it side to side while you lift it off you shouldn’t have too much trouble. Also can confirm that my copy has some black streaks throughout the green.
LuxuryVR

LuxuryVR

September 27, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
My copy turned up in the UK today. Great bottle green with black streaks, basically as flat as a pancake. Really like the reversible mouth cover for the cutout outer sleeve. Turned up in decent condition, but the cover corners are all a little bent inwards, not sure if anyone else's are? But apart from that, its a nice package!
JalenGetchonis

JalenGetchonis

September 27, 2018

This is one of my favorite pressings of any record I own. The packaging is amazing, and the green color of the record looks stunning. My copy has no noticeable surface noise throughout, and the mastering for the vinyl version of this album is absolutely fantastic. The album sounds much sharper and less lo-fi than it does on digital, and the bass is extremely full while still being balanced. You can hear so many more details on vinyl than you can on digital. I've never heard an album be so transformed between digital, cassette and vinyl, and this is definitely my preferred way of listening to it.
5N1PPY

5N1PPY

September 26, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

So, positives out the way. I love the packaging, the cut out sleeve with the alternate reversed artwork is really neat. The record seems to have been mixed well on the transfer to vinyl as well, there's a good bassy sound to the low end parts of the album while also maintaining the weird lo-fi clipped sound that the album brought initially, so that's a plus. However, the positives run out immediately after that as the pressing itself is reaaaaally bad.
First of all, the center hole is cut way too small. I had to scrape the hole with a knife so that i could even put it on my spindle. Secondly, my copy seems to have been pressed off center, the needle is CONSTANTLY moving back and forth during play. It's embarrassing. Finally, the audio quality just isn't up to snuff. There are TONS of popping and static throughout the album even though it's fresh out the sleeve, a lot of pops are just too damn loud to even ignore.

Maybe I just got very unlucky but I can't really recommend picking this up, at least not this (now incredibly expensive) green variant. If you see a black variant of this at your record store, pick it up and pray that you don't run into the issues I had.