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Sophie (42)Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-Insides

Label:Future Classic – FCL237LP, Transgressive Records – TRANS368X
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Red
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Pop
Style:Dance-pop, Bass Music, Leftfield, Experimental, Hyperpop

Tracklist

A1It's Okay To Cry
A2Ponyboy
A3Faceshopping
A4Is It Cold In The Water?
A5Infatuation
B1Not Okay
B2Pretending
B3Immaterial
B4Whole New World/Pretend World
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Opaque red vinyl variant housed in a gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeve, includes bonus foldout poster and mp3 download code (stickered on inner sleeve).
Clear sticker on shrinkwrap. Barcode sticker on back cover, covering barcode printed on artwork.

P & C 2018 MSMSMSM INC/Future Classic, under exclusive license to Transgressive Records / [PIAS]
Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker, Variant 1): 3 61593 348981 4
  • Barcode (Sticker, Variant 2): 5 413356 000023
  • Label Code: LC 19411
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, A side): FCL 237LP / TRANS368 X A1 =MATT @ ALCHEMY= BI39383-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, B side): FCL 237LP / TRANS368 X B1 BI39383-01 B1

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-Insides (9×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Transgressive RecordsTRANS368Europe2018
New Submission
Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-Insides (9×File, FLAC, Album)Transgressive RecordsTRANS368Europe2018
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Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-Insides (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Pink, Translucent)Transgressive Records, Future Classic, Transgressive RecordsTRANS368XX, FCL237LP, TRANS368XUK2018
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Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-Insides (CDr, Album, Promo)Transgressive RecordsnoneUK2018
jmo05's avatar
jmo05
i get mad even thinking about this pressing. It Arrived with black discolouration all over the B side, the record edge is rough and fraying??? and it seems to have a slight warp too. miraculously it still plays fine, and sounds good but it’s fucking crazy how I have thrift store records from the 70s in better condition then this.

I was probably just unlucky (maybe not based on other comments) but regardless I shouldn’t have to roll a dice on whether or not my brand new $40 record is in good condition. Atleast it plays and sounds good; I guess that’s what matters the most
raphtaph's avatar
raphtaph
I can confirm that this pressing is fantastic. Dynamic range is wide, which means quiet is quiet and loud is loud. Lots of detail in the high frequencies. It's a perfect pressing. If it sounds bad, check your set up. Make sure your tone arm is aligned well.
Noralie14's avatar
Noralie14
God im so dissapointed... Got to be the wordt sounding record ive ever bought new. It skips and crackles and pops all over. The packaging is gorgeous amd and the dynamics of sound and pressing are great but the defects are just terrible. It felt like a really cheap thin pressing and was also slightly warped. The edges are sharp and not well cut so access red residue probably scratched the record... Im quite upset :(
magicore98's avatar
magicore98
I have ripped the disc to 24/96khz, and discovered that the music on here has got a full spectrum, not like other releases cut at 22khz. I guess that the whole production has been made at 96khz, in the digital stores and streaming we can only find the one at 16/44khz.
Btw the whole record has an average of 11 rms, little more dynamic than digital, sounds bit more open too. Luv the release. Any comment?
selfblumpkin's avatar
selfblumpkin
I don't know what everyone's problem with this pressing is. It's goddamn incredible. Has plenty of dynamics to it. Highs are not favored over lows. Sounds bright.
notboxes's avatar
notboxes
i don't know about you guys but my pressing is perfect, no skips and it sounds amazing.
glebvic's avatar
glebvic
Edited 5 months ago
This album makes no sense on a vinyl record. It's pristine, digital electronic music. The pressing is dull and lacks mids and mid highs severely. It's really tubby with an attempt to mediate the dullness with more super high frequencies. Just get a FLAC download of this. This pressing is only worthwhile as a shrine object. I truly love the music on here and admire Sophie greatly. If this were to be done properly on vinyl, it HAS to be on black (it is STILL the most silent, sorry), most premium grade, super silent vinyl. Then it may be worth $50+. The way it is, you get what you pay for. $20-$30 double album with a lot of blemishes, inconsistencies that just do not do service to this awesome music. Giving the pressing two stars just because the music itself does not deserve that.
mdw19's avatar
mdw19
sounds great except “it’s okay to cry” is a bit noisy with surface noise etc and “not okay” skips A LOT, barely got any of the song to actually play. other than that, looks beautiful, packaging is gorgeous and the poster is HUGE too!
pendingdream's avatar
pendingdream
american buyers please get this from the future classic store instead, the record is $20
moooh's avatar
moooh
Production level is insane on this record and by that I mean it is really really good.