Weyes BloodTitanic Rising

Label:Sub Pop – SP 1232
Vinyl, LP, Album
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Baroque Pop, Dream Pop, Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Soft Rock, Art Rock


A1A Lot's Gonna Change
Arranged By [Strings]Brian D'Addario
GuitarMichael Long (7)
KeyboardsDrew Erickson
PerformerMichael D'Addario
ViolaLeah Katz
KeyboardsDrew Erickson
Lap Steel GuitarBlake Mills
PerformerJonathan Rado
ViolaLeah Katz
ClavinetDrew Erickson
ViolaLeah Katz
A4Something To Believe
BassKenny Gilmore
DrumsChris Cohen
KeyboardsDrew Erickson
PerformerBrian D'Addario
ViolaLeah Katz
A5Titanic Rising
PerformerJonathan Rado
BassKeith Karman
SynthesizerMichael Chadwick
ViolaLeah Katz
B2Mirror Forever5:05
B3Wild Time
BassKenny Gilmore
DrumsChris Cohen
GuitarBlake Mills
KeyboardsDrew Erickson
PerformerBrian D'Addario
ViolaLeah Katz
B4Picture Me Better
PianoWalt McClements
SynthesizerMichael Chadwick
ViolaLeah Katz
B5Nearer To Thee
ViolaLeah Katz

Companies, etc.



©℗ 2019 Sub Pop Records

Full Album Download Code Enclosed

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 98787 12321 0
  • Barcode (String): 098787123210
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Etched): SP 1232 A re 32075.1(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Etched): SP 1232 B Salt 31752.2(3)...

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Titanic Rising (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Maroon)Sub PopSP1232US2019
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Titanic Rising (Cassette, Album, Smoke)Sub PopSP 1232US2019
Recently Edited
Titanic Rising (LP, Album, Gold, CD, , All Media, Limited Edition)Sub Pop, Sub PopSP1232, SP1317UK & US2019
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Titanic Rising (CD, Album)Sub PopSP 1232Europe2019
Recently Edited
Titanic Rising (LP, Album)Sub PopSP1232Europe2019



  • Thonis_'s avatar
    Recent repress identical to this pressing doesn't come with a download code.
    • rainbowrecord's avatar
      Glad to have picked up the US version in the UK although it may be standard "worldwide" now. Love the transparent stickers so I have left it in the shrink. People complaining, clean your record properly and turn it up, it's mastered on the quiet side and still sounds great imo
      • VirgilCaine's avatar
        Muddy. Deserves better. Hopefully someone represses it someday. Words words
        • NeilAPickering's avatar
          Edited 5 months ago
          Surface noise was awful on my first copy. Ordered a second copy and there was definitely an improvement. Still noticeable though. Beautiful album nonetheless
          • peggysparkles's avatar
            Mine is quiet and in good shape. Mastering sounds fine, didn't blow me away but decent dynamic range.
            • Mark_Reid's avatar
              Picked up a copy of this today and it sounds great on my system. To be fair I haven’t heard any other version but I am very happy with this pressing.
              • mikachops's avatar
                My copy is awful sounding, lots of sibilance and general surface noise. Thought maybe my player was messing up but no, chucked another one on and it’s clear as day. Shame because it’s a good record.
                • henriquefho's avatar
                  It seems weird to me because I was expecting a lot of surface noise, clicks and pops. Otherwise I received a dead silent vinyl, with lots of dynamic range. Yes, the sound is a bit low, but "Titanic Rising" the interlude never sounded more incredible before.

                  But there is a problem, something that for me is worse than clicks and pops. And besides one single comment, I've not seen someone speak about this on the discogs reviews of this album before.

                  I've been listening to this album non-stop since I heard it for the first time in 2019. I know it back to back, it's one of my all time favorites. So it came as a surprise when I listened to the first seconds of "A Lot's Gonna Change" on vinyl and... the song was in a higher pitch. All of the songs, actually. A tone higher, bpm higher too. I have a few albums from the 2010's that suffers from the same thing, I suspect it's something wrong that happened in the lacquer cut at that period. But it's such a shame, because it's such a mesmerizing album cover, such a heavy vinyl, dead silent. But the songs in a different tone than the original bothers me a lot!

                  You see, I wanted this album on vinyl since 2020, but the reviews here were convincing me to get the CD instead. But the album cover is so beautiful, it requires a vinyl packaging. So I waited, maybe a new vinyl release/cut would come. But a recent sale on a record store made me buy the album, at least to have the beautiful packaging. So, after all, that's what I get. Let's hope for a new vinyl cut in the future, maybe a deluxe edition with a double LP ("Titanic Risen" included, please!). But for now, you get a noisy record or a high pitched one :(
                  • SDBrandt619's avatar
                    All Weyes blood vinyl seems to be flat and lifeless compared to the high res streams. Quite a bummer cause the music is so good.
                    • cbresler33's avatar
                      Tons of surface noise. Surface imperfections (streaks/blemishes/scratches). The inner sleeve has abrasions/rips in the spine. Music is superb enough for me to overlook the very obvious imperfections on a brand-new pressing.


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