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Yeah Yeah YeahsCool It Down

Label:Secretly Canadian – SC470LP-C5, Secretly Canadian – SC470
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue & Red Splatter [Clear with Blue & Red splatter]
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Alternative Rock

Tracklist

A1Spitting Off The Edge Of The World
Featuring [Feat.]Perfume Genius
A2Lovebomb
A3Wolf
A4Fleez
B1Burning
B2Blacktop
B3Different Today
B4Mars
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Notes

Gatefold sleeve

Includes download

Catalogue number on barcode sticker: SC470LP-C5
Catalogue number on spine of the sleeve: SC470

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve with Lyric and Photo Booklet. Signed Photo Pack with first 275 copies from Rough Trade

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed sticker): 6 5660 - 50470 - 8 9
  • Barcode (Scanned sticker): 656605047089
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SC470LP A RE-I CM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SC470LP B RE-I CM

Other Versions (5 of 16)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Cool It Down (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo, Yellow Opaque)Secretly Canadian, Dress Up, Secretly CanadianSC470, SC470LP-C1USA & Europe2022
New Submission
Cool It Down (LP, Album)Secretly CanadianSC470US2022
New Submission
Cool It Down (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Red)Secretly CanadianSC470Europe2022
New Submission
Cool It Down (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue, Yellow & White Twister)Secretly Canadian, Secretly Canadian, Dress UpSC470, SC470LP-C2US2022
Recently Edited
Cool It Down (LP, Album, Club Edition, Limited Edition, Stereo, Red, Yellow, Blue [3 Color Stripe])Secretly Canadian, Secretly CanadianSC470, SC470LP-C3US2022

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Reviews

  • otnemeM's avatar
    otnemeM
    Initially I bought the "Yellow Opaque" edition which had ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE surface noise. Was able to send it back. This Clear/Blue&Red splatter seemed to be the better edition so went for it.
    - There's still plenty of surface noise but it's not nearly as bad as the Yellow Opaque.
    - There's also plenty of warp.
    My conclusion: whoever is doing these for Secretly Canadian has no pride in their job and QC is non existent. YYYs don't seem to be bothered about how their music is represented which says a lot.
    I'll stick with CDs in the future when it comes to Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

    The music itself is still fantastic so there's that.
    • 100thWindow's avatar
      100thWindow
      Not the quietest record in my collection, intermittent pops and crackle throughout although that seems to be the norm with many new pressings these days, I can just about live with it. I will give it a couple of cleans and see if that makes a difference. Other than that it feels like a nicely mastered record, nice soundscape and good separation. My copy is also basically clear with a few very light streaks of blue and red.

      Great album IMO, nice to have some new material from the YYY's, took me a few listens to get into it and now it's on heavy repeat.
      • majsmajs's avatar
        majsmajs
        My copy is basically clear with barely visible streaks of blue and no red. Sounds great though, and I'm very pleased with the 3 signed cards that were included in an envelope.
        • johnnyfenton's avatar
          johnnyfenton
          The URL given on the download card just plonked me at the Secretly Canadian store with no tips on where to go. I eventually found a page where I could enter my code: secretlystore.com/account?digital_code=
          • AstuaryKing22's avatar
            AstuaryKing22
            Lovely pressing. Looks exactly as sold. Came with signed art cards
            • danm1988's avatar
              danm1988
              Great album. It’s packaged very well and my red and blue splatter looks really good. I’m also lucky enough to have the signed photos. The vinyl is flat and mine sounds really good, no surface noise. No pops or clicks. Really enjoying the album, I highly recommend it.
              • johnnyfenton's avatar
                johnnyfenton
                Nice album. Very little spatter. My copy with signed photo cards was ordered from The Drift Record Shop (Totnes, UK), not Rough Trade.
                • Sjfaux's avatar
                  Sjfaux
                  Such a short album! My only real criticism. On the whole it’s well mastered; clean and punchy, the ambient tracks really breathe. Some noise on the run in on both sides but the bulk of the record it crystal clear. Packaging is great, love the addition of the signed post cards
                  • raulportizz's avatar
                    raulportizz
                    The packaging is really good, as well as the booklet and the printed inner sleeves. I would say that the color of this record is beautiful but it is no fully colored (or at least my copy isn’t), it is mostly crystal clear. The quality of the music is perfect, and the mastering is awesome, but the whole record have pops and click on both sides, most of them are quiet or minimal, but I noticed that in the first song of Side A there are few but significant pops, which is annoying. Oh, yeah, and it came slightly warped, nothing to be worried about.
                    • riseupandkill's avatar
                      riseupandkill
                      some of these came with triple signed photo card packs

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