Label:Partisan Records – PTKF3014-3, Partisan Records – PTKF3014-1
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Eco-Mix Coloured
Country:UK, Europe & US
Style:Punk, Post-Punk


A1MTT 420 RR
A2The Wheel
A3When The Lights Come On
A4Car Crash
A5The New Sensation
A6Stockholm Syndrome
B1The Beachland Ballroom
Mixed ByChris Fullard
B7King Snake
B8The End

Companies, etc.



Eco-mix coloured vinyl - each pressing will be different in colour. Using left-over wax already in the factory.
Catalogue number PTKF3014-3 is on the labels and the hype sticker, PTKF3014-1 is on the sleeve.
Copies from Newbury Comics included a 12x12 (signed by the band) lithograph.

℗ & © 2021 Partisan Records LLC Knitting Factory Records Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker text): 7 20841 30143 1
  • Barcode (Sticker scan): 720841301431
  • Other (Cat # on sticker): PTKF3014-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped Variant 1): 995032-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped Variant 1): 995032-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped Variant 2): 995032-A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped Variant 2): 995032-B2

Other Versions (5 of 14)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Crawler (LP, Limited Edition, Amber Translucent)Partisan RecordsPTKF3014-5UK, Europe & US2021
New Submission
Crawler (CD, Album)Partisan RecordsPTKF3014-2UK, Europe & US2021
New Submission
Crawler (2×12", 45 RPM, Album, Deluxe Edition, Stereo, 180 Gram, Gatefold, Half Speed Mastered )Partisan RecordsPTKF3014-8UK, Europe & US2021
New Submission
Crawler (LP, Limited Edition, Blue Translucent)Partisan RecordsPTKF3014-9UK, Europe & US2021
New Submission
Crawler (LP, Album)Partisan RecordsPTKF3014-1UK, Europe & US2021


  • blurryskeleton's avatar
    Does anyone else hear a noise at car crash and the next songs of that side? I don't know if it is because my cartridge is badly aligned, but after seeing all the comments about the quality of the sound I'm starting to doubt about the key of the problem. I hear the noise at the bass of car crash and the next songs. My vinyl is kind of purple with some clearer lines on it.
    • mogwaidk's avatar
      Edited 7 months ago
      I have the teal/turqoise Eco-mix variant, and the sound is very quiet and unclear through out. Will most likely be buying a different pressing too, to enjoy the music as I'm guessing it was intended.
      • GertFroebe's avatar
        Record is a bit noisy, but not terribly. The Songs are great though. Love the album.
        • PeterHanes's avatar
          I got a muddy brown colour one which suits the rest of the design, sadly though it's not a great pressing at all, have two copies of this, the eco mix and a regular black vinyl and they're both disappointing, maybe just got bum copies but seems to be a common issue
          • Jjanuhowski's avatar
            To comment on color first, my copy is a navy with a very light marble to it, and it’s gorgeous and matches the artwork wonderfully. For sound quality it’s a bit quiet, but that’s expected for a single disc holding 46+ minutes. Still fairly dynamic and feels like a very accurate representation of the album.
            • phelix_optigan's avatar
              Okay, so who got a good looking copy? I got a muddy pink colour, which looks like the s**t mix I have when I melt together all of the leftover soap I have when making bars at home that I use later to try out new ideas on. Same with my wife's candle wax! I hope this doesn't become a 'thing' as I don't trust the pressing quality over virgin wax...
              • RecordsToLiveBy's avatar
                I gave this a good clean because the first listen sounded terrible. Sounds much better now, crisp and clear (but the production is still quite muddy)
                • EmergencyRecords's avatar
                  I’m not sure what Eco-mix is going to do to record collecting . Could be a good thing to have a clear or primary colour of the Eco vinyl maybe .On the other hand it might ruin collecting the limited run of a certain colour Time will tell !
                  • mlockheart2112's avatar
                    Sounds like garbage sadly. Distortion on the vocals (in studio) sadly doesnt lend itself to quality reproduction on this pressing. Chock full of sibilance. Inner groove songs almost unlistenable. I hear the 2LP is an improvement, I wish I'd picked up a copy of that one instead. That said, the album is certainly a departure for Idles, but not one that is really speaking to me yet. Highlights are Beachland Ballroom and Progress.
                    • davosmall83's avatar
                      Have to turn this up load to get the best out of it. Not the worst sounding vinyl but it's a bit flat and lifeless. Not too keen on the album either. Idles not really doing it for me this time round and apart from the odd track I can't hear anything special here and there is nothing making me want to give this album repeated listens. Love this band but this album is missing the mark for me. Previous albums have always had something to say and Joe Talbot has always been lirically brilliant with current state of affairs but this really isn't hitting the mark like previous attempts.



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