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StereolabMargerine Eclipse

Label:Warp Records – D-UHF-D29R, Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks – D-UHF-D29R
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered
Vinyl, LP
All Media, Expanded Edition
Country:UK & US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Post Rock, Synth-pop, Indie Rock

Tracklist

A1Vonal Declosion
Electronics [Insect Orchestra]Jan Werner*
A2Need To Be
A3"...Sudden Stars"
B1Cosmic Country Noir
B2La Demeure
B3Margerine Rock
Drums [2nd Drum Kit]Simon Johns
C1The Man With 100 Cells
C2Margerine Melodie
TromboneLaetitia Sadier
C3Hillbilly Motobike
D1Feel And Triple
Electronics [Insect Orchestra]Jan Werner*
D2Bop Scotch
D3Dear Marge
E1Mass Riff
E2Good Is Me
E3Microclimate
E4Mass Riff Instrumental
F1Jaunty Monty And The Bubbles Of Silence
F2Banana Monster Ne Répond Plus
F3University Microfilms International
F4Rose, My Rocket-Brain! (Rose, Le Cerveau Electronique de Ma Fusée!)
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Notes

Expanded edition on standard black vinyl. Includes a bonus LP (sides E and F) which includes the triple vinyl 7" release Stereolab - Instant 0 In The Universe and the tour 7"/CD Stereolab - Rose, My Rocket-Brain!. Some of these are in edited versions longer than on original release -from liner notes

Comes in PVC wallet and contains fold out poster and download code

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode ((Sticker)): 5060384617121
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): D-UHF-D29R A HLA FOR BO@CALYX BJ79399-O1 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): D-UHF-D29R B BJ79399-O1 B1 HLA FOR BO@CALYX
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C etched): D-UHF-D29R C HLA FOR BO@CALYX BJ79399-O2 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D etched): D-UHF-D29R D BJ79399-O2 D1 HLA FOR BO@CALYX
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E etched): D-UHF-D29R E HLA FOR BO@CALYX BJ79399-O3 E1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F etched): D-UHF-D29R F BJ79399-O3 F1 HLA FOR BO@CALYX

Other Versions (5 of 22)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Margarine Eclipse (CDr, Album, Promo)Duophonic Ultra High Frequency DisksD-UHF-CD29UK2003
Margerine Eclipse (CD, Album, Enhanced)Elektra62926-2US2004
Recently Edited
Margerine Eclipse (CD, Album)Duophonic Ultra High Frequency DisksD-UHF-CD29UK2004
Margerine Eclipse (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition)Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks, Duophonic Ultra High Frequency DisksD-UHF-D29, D-UHF D29UK2004
Margerine Eclipse (2×LP, Album)Elektra78068US2004

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  • arievandam's avatar
    arievandam
    It’s no secret that the 2019 Stereolab reissues sound good. Like RIDICULOUSLY good. I was expecting more of the same thing when I bought this album, threw it on the turntable and dropped the needle down. I was nearly knocked flat on my back. I think out of all of the amazing reissues this sounds the best. Unbelievably loud, crystal clear, and dead quiet. Probably some of the best instrument separation and definition I’ve heard in a record, EVER. How they managed to get this one to sound even better than the already blow-your-hair-back other pressings in the series is beyond me. I think I just sat in complete shock for the first song. This pressing had me reevaluating my love for this album and just where it sits in the phenomenal Stereolab discography. Oh, you think this album is mediocre? Just alright? I DARE you to drop 30 dollars on this reissue and witness your ears just about melt off. 10/10
    • cathode70's avatar
      cathode70
      Got this record same time as my cartridge run in and it all sounds so perfect!
      • bfrankel's avatar
        bfrankel
        Anyone know if these sleeves are the type of PVC that cause outgassing? I don't get that beach ball smell but I'm not a scientist and would rather be safe
        • clauses's avatar
          clauses
          Now on my third pressing of this one, and on all of them the C1 track has dropouts and noise in the left channel. A fault in the metal work no doubt.
          • MUSICALENERGIdotCOM's avatar
            Has anyone heard both the Black and Clear versions of this and compared them?
            I have this one (black) and was thinking of switching it out for the clear.
            Both are UHF pressings...
            I know i'm weird but the clear vinyl is just SO cool and I LOVE this record!
            • vinylopedia's avatar
              vinylopedia
              Excellent Stereolab album. Sonically perfect, remaster is engaging, wide presentation, rich sound. 5 stars.
              • onedecadelater's avatar
                Excellent presentation and, most importantly, impeccable sound. This is a great purchase.
                • SomnambulistCookbook's avatar
                  The sound quality is amazing. It is so well remastered that the complexity of their craft and sonic management is a revelation.
                  • Simon_Dragnes's avatar
                    Simon_Dragnes
                    This is without a doubt, one of the best vinyls in my collection. The sound is perfect and as a bonus, all the tracks from the ''Instant 0 in the Universe'' EP is included. This is also my favourite Stereolab album aswell, so it can't get any better.
                    • djblxs's avatar
                      djblxs
                      This is how you do a reissue:
                      Dead quiet press, clear and dynamic sound, deluxe packaging and fantastic bonus tracks.
                      So glad I picked this up.

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