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The ShinsOh, Inverted World

Label:Sub Pop – SP1415, Sub Pop – SP 1415, Aural Apothecary Records – SP1415
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Blue [Light Blue Marbled]
Style:Alternative Rock, Folk Rock


A1Caring Is Creepy
A2One By One All Day
A3Weird Divide
A4Know Your Onion!
A5Girl Inform Me
B1New Slang
Music By [Bass Line Design]David Hernandez*
B2The Celibate Life
B3Girl On The Wing
B4Your Algebra
B5Pressed In A Book
B6The Past And Pending
French HornNeils Galloway

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20th Anniversary Remaster - Loser Edition
Die cut sleeve, with a custom inner sleeve.
Includes an expanded booklet with exclusive photos and handwritten lyrics.

©℗2001 Sub Pop Records.
Sub Pop is a registered trademark of Sub Pop records. 20134th Ave., 3rd Floor, Seattle, WA 98121

Photos courtesy of The Shins, Dave Ondrik and assorted friends.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 098787141511
  • Barcode (Sticker on some copies): 0098787141504
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): SP-1415-A GOLDEN 37106.1(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): SP-1415-B RE GOLDEN 37598.2(3)...
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 32)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Oh, Inverted World (CD, Album, Enhanced)Sub PopSPCD 550US2001
Recently Edited
Oh, Inverted World (LP, Album)OmnibusOMNI028US2001
New Submission
Oh, Inverted World (CD, Album, Enhanced)Houston Party RecordsHPR 042Spain2001
Oh, Inverted World (CD, Album)SpunkURA049Australia2001
New Submission
Oh, Inverted World (CD, Album, Enhanced, Promo)Sub PopSPCD 550US2001


Maht.W's avatar
I prefer the digital version in some ways, (this is a little muddier on certain songs on my system) but it's always interesting to hear new sounds in a record you've loved for a couple of decades, and the pressing and packaging couldn't be more gorgeous.
deaconz's avatar
This is a remaster I’ve been waiting for because the original songs were made so long ago in such a lofi manner that some of the instruments weren’t shining through the mix. For example Pressed In A Book used to be very washed out and now the ride cymbal and drumstick sound is much more present. This album has an atmosphere which would’ve been easy to fuck up with remastering and somehow it still retains that yet many instruments are present which I didn’t not hear as clearly in the past….thanks Sub Pop
daneelj76's avatar
I compared this remastered pressing to my original black one (The Shins - Oh, Inverted World). At first I thought they are very similar, but this remaster does offer something more than the original. The original is really good, with solid bass and clarity, but I thought this new remaster is more transparent, and bit more soulful. Hard to describe, but to my ears it was an improvement. Very happy with this purchase, and I'm keeping this one.
arichard2401's avatar
Kinda disappointed in this pressing. Songs are great and all, the album is a classic. My copy has a decent amount of surface noise and the sound is kind of flat. Guess that fits with the low-fi roots and all but not sure what this brings to the table over a high quality stream. Looks beautiful and a really solid package otherwise.
bramhagen's avatar
anybody else's copy crazy warped? I'm on my second second record straight from Subpop and both are heavily warped....
figmentmusic's avatar
grabbed a copy today.. had two shins stickers inside a secondary sleeve. Bonus!
Rhythmnik's avatar
Only ever had digital version before. This is definitely not muddy sounding. I hear colors I never knew were there.
phillyspins's avatar
Doesn't sound as good as my yellow Zia exclusive pressing, which is sadly the only comp I can make now. It's a bit fuller with a higher volume floor, but as a result it sounds a little more muddled than I would like. If you cut your teeth on this record through digital and/or CD, the mix has a lot more in common with those than it does with earlier vinyl pressings. Depends on your taste whether that's a good or bad thing.
s.a.smith3244's avatar
Really enjoying this pressing of a twee classic. Whenever I seem to think I'll get tired of another playback, the fatigue never comes.
brewgiehowser's avatar
“First pressing on colored vinyl”

In best Dwight Schrute voice: “False. There have been many color variants releases”