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Tame ImpalaInnerspeaker

Label:Modular Recordings – MODVL128
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition
Style:Psychedelic Rock


A1It Is Not Meant To Be
A2Desire Be Desire Go
A3Alter Ego
HandclapsTansie Bennetts
B2Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind?
B3Solitude Is Bliss
DrumsJay Watson
C1Jeremy's Storm
Effects [Additional Sound]Dom Simper*
C3The Bold Arrow Of Time
Bass GuitarDom Simper*
Drums, Guitar, Written-ByJay Watson
D1Runway, Houses, City, Clouds
Guitar [Additional]Dom Simper*
D2I Don't Really Mind

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First pressing cut at 45rpm. Only 500 copies pressed. Comes with download voucher.

Recorded June - August 2009 at Wave House Injidup, Western Australia.
Additional Recording at Poon's Head in Fremantle and at home.
Mixed at Tarbox Road Studios, Cassadaga, NY.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.

Later reissued on a 33 ⅓ RPM cut.

Note, the Greg Calbi mastering credit is misprinted as Dave Calbi.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 79198 00572 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 879198005728
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 88080M 1/A PIRATES PRESS - MODCD126 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 88080M 2/A PIRATES PRESS - MODCD126 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): 88080M 3/A PIRATES PRESS - MODCD126 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): 88080M 4/A PIRATES PRESS - MODCD126 D

Other Versions (5 of 28)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Innerspeaker (CD, Album, Enhanced, Digipak)Modular RecordingsMODCD126Europe2010
Recently Edited
Innerspeaker (2×LP, Album)Modular RecordingsMODVL128UK & US2010
Recently Edited
Innerspeaker (CD, Album, Enhanced, CD, Limited Edition)Modular Recordings, Modular RecordingsMODCD126, MODCD126RTUK2010
New Submission
Innerspeaker (CD, Album)Modular RecordingsMODCD126US2010
Recently Edited
Innerspeaker (CD, Album, Enhanced, Digipak)Modular RecordingsMODCD126Australia2010
tangerinegripz's avatar
Eh idk this seems to have been cut in-house at GZ Media. Pretty sure this doesn't sound as amazing as people claim even at 45rpm.
Taped00d's avatar
Has anyone transferred this version to digital or done a dynamic range measurement?
jlea83's avatar
I was lucky enough to pick up the original Aussie 45 pressing at the merch table when I saw the band at a legendary hole-in-the-wall (400 max capacity) on the 2010 Innerspeaker tour. I don't have a version of the 33 edition to compare but this first pressing sounds phenomenal! I got the 33rpm edition of Lonerism right when it was released, and it pales in comparison to the dynamics of this pressing. Grab a copy if you can!
PildoraSalvador's avatar
JESUSSSS... el álbum es una genialidad sinceramente para fumar mota mientras cuentas los cerdos en el cielo de Pink Floyd
dune.messiah's avatar
why release a double lp if only at 33?? should've all been done at 45 like first press. limited BS! couldn't even do the Deluxe edition at 45.
Canoh92's avatar
If you can afford this pressing you need to go for it!! So much better than the original 33! Lucky enough to find one of these in the wild last week in Virginia.
krudster's avatar
Just comparing this with the new Deluxe pressing. This is still the go-to pressing if you can source it at an anywhere near sane price. This one is louder, and a bit punchier in all departments. Not to say the Deluxe is no good, but this 45rpm one is the winner.
tomtom2017's avatar
This one really sounds stellar. Amazing 3D Sound. I got this in 2010 via US insound Mailorder. A real keeper and one of my best sounding records.
WMWTSO's avatar
can someone fill me in on what im missing here? what makes this limited?
elektr0bi's avatar
This is a psychedelic rock album. But it doesn't mean anything to you unless you listen and like it. This is not a 60s or 70s emulator - this is a band who can take all those influences, elements, use appropriate "style" effects - but still sound unique and interesting. If you don't like it you will think "oh another Pink Floyd or "......." clone" - if you like what Tame Impala do - you must love this album. I discovered them as late as last year and so proud of it, their music shone at many of my single-life-esque evenings. Great band and Kevin is a great guy. There.