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    Rolling Blackouts C.F.*Sideways To New Italy

    Label:
    Sub Pop – SP1360
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue
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    Tracklist

    A1The Second Of The First
    A2Falling Thunder
    A3She's There
    A4Beautiful Steven
    A5The Only One
    B1Cars In Space
    B2Cameo
    B3Not Tonight
    B4Sunglasses At The Wedding
    B5The Cool Change
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    Sub Pop 'Loser Edition' (First Run Colored Vinyl)

    Blue Vinyl. Includes MP3 download.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (stickered): 098787136005
    • Barcode (on sleeve): 098787136012
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A & B Labels): SP 1360
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched, "GOLDEN" stamped): SP-1360-A GOLDEN 35289.1(3)...
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched "GOLDEN" stamped): SP-1360-B GOLDEN 35289.2(3)...

    Other Versions (5 of 12)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Sideways To New Italy (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo, Blue & Cream Split Vinyl, CD, Limited Edition, Stereo)Sub Pop, Ivy League RecordsSP1360UK2020
    New Submission
    Sideways To New Italy (CD, Album)Ivy League Records, Sub PopIVY 556Australia & New Zealand2020
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    Sideways To New Italy (LP, Album)Sub PopSP1360US2020
    New Submission
    Sideways To New Italy (CD, Album)Ivy League Records, Sub PopSP 1360US2020
    New Submission
    Sideways To New Italy (Cassette, Album)Sub PopSP 1360US2020

    Reviews

    granorob1's profile picture
    granorob1
    Not keen on the last two tracks but the rest is golden. Very good pressing.
    Merf006's profile picture
    Merf006
    I agree with the other commenters. This is an excellent album and a solid pressing. For me, the noise is only noticeable on the quietest song, "Sunglasses At the Wedding." If it were any other song, you might not even hear it over the guitar. Though, because it's a gentle ditty, it's pretty constant, it's very apparent, and it runs through nearly 3/4 of the track.
    chusatorra's profile picture
    chusatorra
    This edition included a RBCF postcard with a PO Box address (only for the first 300 pre-orders) - the band asked the fans to send their own postcards