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Label:88rising – 190296 816314
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album
Genre:Electronic, Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop
Style:Synth-pop, Contemporary R&B, Soul, Ballad, Indie Pop, Alternative Rock


A3JojiTick Tock
Mixed ByTristan Hoogland
Recorded ByGeorge Miller (30)
A4Joji & DiploDaylight
BassGreg Kurstin
MellotronGreg Kurstin
Mixed ByRob Kinelski
Mixed By [Mix Assistant]Casey Cuayo
PianoGreg Kurstin
Recorded ByMaximilian Jaeger
B1JojiGimme Love3:34
Guitar [Solo]Jaco Caraco
Mixed ByRob Kinelski
Mixed By [Mix Assistant]Casey Cuayo, Eli Heisler
Producer [Additional Production]Stacy Jones
Mixed ByRob Kinelski
Mixed By [Mix Assistant]Casey Cuayo
ProducerJustin Raisen
B4JojiHigh Hopes3:02
C2JojiPretty Boy2:36
C3JojiNormal People2:46
C4Joji & BENEEAfterthought3:14
C5JojiMr. Hollywood3:22
FeaturingYves Tumor
Mixed ByTristan Hoogland
ProducerReske, Yves Tumor
D3JojiLike You Do4:00
D4JojiYour Man2:43

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Pressed on 2 x 45rpm 12"'s.
Housed in a full-colour, single-sleeve jacket, released within a printed outer-sleeve.
Vinyl housed in 2 double-sided lyric & credit insert sleeves.

Courtesy credits:
Diplo appears courtesy of Mad Decent/Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Omar Apollo appears courtesy of Warner Records Inc.
Lil Yachty appears courtesy of Quality Control Music and Motown Records.
BENEE appears courtesy of Republic Records.
Yves Tumor appears courtesy of Warp Records.
Bedrock.LA courtesy of Jeff Ellish Worldwide, Los Angeles, CA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 1 90296 83909 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 190296839092
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Stamped; Side A): 216211M1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Stamped; Side B): 216211M2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Stamped; Side C): 216211M3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Stamped; Side D): 216211M4/A
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: SOCAN
  • Rights Society: APRA
  • Rights Society: STIM
  • Rights Society: PRS

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Nectar (18×File, FLAC, Album, 24-bit / 44.1kHz)88rising190296 8163142020
Recently Edited
Nectar (CD, Album, Stereo)88rising190296 816314USA, Canada & UK2020
New Submission
Nectar (18×File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps)88rising, 12Tone Music, LLCnone2020
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Nectar (Cassette, Album)88rising190296 839016US2020
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Nectar (2×12", 45 RPM, Album, Test Pressing)88rising190296839092US2020
  • Polohon's avatar
    Only issue with my copy is a little scratching sound in one of the channels for the first approximately minute of the first side. It goes away after that and the rest of the record sounds great
    • DomSalinas's avatar
      Sounds really good! Nice it comes with a plastic cover, doesnt feel cheap, but mine has a quite loud repitive pop on side B on "Gimme Love"
      • k0nnicsas's avatar
        fantastic pressing! , spun at least multiple times on the day i bought it. if you are set-back about the price , just buy it! no regrets
        • crusaderlaser's avatar
          I recently ordered one that was in mint condition, its a shame there were minor scratches on the C side which led to a few skips on one track but the rest of the record played well, very slightly warped. I don't see the point returning it. Maybe i will frame it and buy another copy hahaha
          • elleven_games's avatar
            sounds fantastic, no complaints. Listened to it three times in the three days since i’ve got it
            • NelsonCirca's avatar
              White pressing that will be available through TTL in a few weeks:

              • JayEm1026's avatar
                I received mine in the mail yesterday. Just like everyone else said: with this presentation, it is a bit overpriced. $36 on Joji's site ($45 overall with shipping and tax) for essentially the two LPs, two credit sleeves, and a plastic cover is just a bit of a let down. The plastic already had a bit of scratches on it from the shipping and handling, I'm assuming, but oh well that's not a deal breaker. While this lacks a bit, the quality of the sound is great. Everything sounds great, no noise and super quiet.
                • salkiinn's avatar
                  I do agree with others that this was a bit overpriced for the presentation. I do love the plastic outersleeve included. Otherwise the sound is 100% perfect on my LPs. Glad I got this pressing and interested to see how it compares to the UO red release.
                  • mega_2122's avatar
                    Edited 2 months ago
                    Got mine today, ngl this was mad overpriced but WOW does it sound stellar. My LP2 was pretty warped but seems to track perfectly. Also, anyone elses sound a bit slow? Sounds a bit pitched down on my quartz locked direct drive turntable. Messing with the pitch control a little fixes it but still odd. Another thing, very happy the transition between Daylight and Upgrade has been fixed, the CD has the 2 tracks with too much silence in between
                    • evelyn_clark's avatar
                      Edited one year ago
                      originally said my order was shipping in april, unexpectedly showed up today (even after requesting a refund, i wanted the UO exclusive instead). 2xLP, 45rpm, in quite boring (but printed with the tracklist/credits) paper inner sleeves, shoved into a single jacket, shoved into a clear outer sleeve. for $40 the presentation is very questionable. BUT, i gotta say, this sounds really, really, really fucking good. haven't experienced any big issues besides a slight amount of warping on the second disc, but it's nothing major. everything comes through super clear, bass is loud, quiet moments are dead silent. overall super happy with the sound quality anyways. and obviously the record itself is great, the reception is a bit divided but i like the direction joji's going in, and as always i'm excited to see where he goes from here.