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    Label:Wrong Speed Records – WSR007
    Format:
    2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Repress, Hardback Gatefold
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Psychedelic Rock, Post-Punk, Experimental

    Tracklist

    A1The Eyeball Dance
    A2Donkey Jaw
    A3Medal
    A4Dreamer Is Lying In State
    A5Nine Is Nine
    B1A Trembling Rose
    B2(Reprise)
    C1The Mirror
    Vocals, FeaturingMark Lanegan
    C2Revelation Day
    C3Stylites In Reverse
    C4U Cowboy
    D1Dead Songs For Dead Sires
    D2Blood Red Madrigal
    D3Tied In A Firing Line
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    Limited to 300 copies.
    Comes in a Japanese style hardback gatefold sleeve (850 gsm).
    Fourth press.
    The track "A Trembling Rose (Reprise)" is listed only as "(Reprise)" on this release.

    Other Versions (5 of 10)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Dances / Curses (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Clear)Wrong Speed RecordsWSR007UK2020
    New Submission
    Dances / Curses (2×CD, Album)Wrong Speed RecordsWSR007UK2020
    New Submission
    Dances / Curses (14×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Wrong Speed RecordsWSR0072020
    Needs Changes
    Dances / Curses (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Repress, Orange)Wrong Speed RecordsWSR007UK2020
    New Submission
    Dances / Curses (2×LP, Album, Test Pressing)Wrong Speed RecordsWSR007UK2020

    Reviews

    sh3fshm0's profile picture
    sh3fshm0
    An awesome album, beautifully presented, by a truly great band... sadly, let down by a poor pressing! Just as someone else posted about the orange vinyl version, the music is very quiet meaning you have to really turn the volume up (roughly 50% higher than I would normally need it in my case!) but as it is also a very noisy pressing (surface noise, pops and clicks!) this is also increased... which is fine when the music is heavier... noisier. But on the softer, quieter parts (which this album has more of than most previous HC albums) the surface noise, for me anyway, detracts from the music.
    Has anyone else had a similar experience with this 'Hardback' repress? I was really hoping for good things from this pressing, as the music, artwork and packaging really does deserve it! But can't help feeling a little disappointed!