Label:Wichita – webb572lp, Wichita – WEBB572LP
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Blue (Curacao)
Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Shoegaze


A3In A Different Place
A4Polar Bear
B1Dreams Burn Down
B4Vapour Trail

Companies, etc.



'Original audio reworked and refined'
Transparent Curacao blue coloured standard weight vinyl LP.
Gatefold sleeve, reverse board with embossed artwork.
Download included

webb573lp on sleeve
WEBB573LP on hype sticker

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 5055036215725
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WEBB572LP BL60699-01 A1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): WEBB572LP BL60699-01 B1 KR

Other Versions (5 of 45)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Nowhere (CD, Album)Sire, Reprise Records7599-26462-2Europe1990
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Nowhere (LP, Album, Embossed Sleeve)Creation Records, Creation Recordscrelp074, CRELP074UK1990
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Nowhere (CD, Album)Creation Records, Creation RecordsCRECD 074, crecd074UK1990
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Nowhere (LP, Album, Stereo)Sire7599-26462-1Europe1990
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Nowhere (CD, Album, SRC Pressing)Sire, Reprise Records9 26462-2US1990
  • andrewrledford's avatar
    Though I only have the CD reissue with the bonus tracks to compare this to, I'd rate this pressing as very good, not great. It feels like it could have more clarity, and the soundstage feels a bit more narrow than I anticipated. I'd definitely echo that it needs to be cranked. I had some noise between tracks, but it's an overall clean pressing. All that said, I have never owned this on vinyl and am pleased to have this in my collection.
    • granorob1's avatar
      My copy is flat and very quiet -- no pops and only the tiniest bit of occasional crackle. One thing I did notice is that the volume seems to be a tad low; had to crank it a bit more than usual; thankfully, there's very little surface noice. Very happy with this release.

      Oh, and no white line on my cover.
      • carywhitt's avatar
        Pressing sounds just like my OG or at least very close to it on my gear. Jacket and inner sleeve are great quality.

        As far as the sticker being on the jacket… the sticker has been made to be pulled off, it’s not your run of the mill hype sticker. It EASILY peels off the jacket with no damage. I just wouldn’t wait years and years to remove it.
        • DeadbeatHero's avatar
          I was prepared to feel a little disappointed having read some of the comments here. I needn't have worried. This is a really good pressing,the main difference to my ears is that hefty bottom end. The drums sound thunderous. First time since it's release that I've had a vinyl copy and I'm more than happy. One other thing. Play it loud.
          • hvysoul17's avatar
            I have an original Creation and this is almost just as good. Buy it - don’t waste excessive money on the original. Sounds great.
            • Luckedup's avatar
              Such an incredible album - 8 tracks of bliss - symmetrical 4 tracks each side - awesome sound - youth, powerful energy, gorgeous
              • joshuamc1611's avatar
                The download link in the sleeve is a bitly that seems to direct to another website sometimes, so here is the actual url of the download website if anyone has trouble finding it:
                • glenscott's avatar
                  Edited 19 days ago
                  Compared to the UK 1990 original (PORKY cut), this pales in comparison. Highs are rolled off, the bass is muted and overall it is much less dynamic. It feels like it has far less energy than the original. If you really love this album, I would say it is worth splashing the cash for an original. This reissue is just fine if you are wanting to add it to your collection, but don't expect to be blown away.

                  (gear Rega Planar 3 - Exact cart - Edwards Audio Phono - KEF Coda III)
                  • gmontag's avatar
                    Pressing sounds good to me. Vinyl is centered but not totally flat. It's strange that the back cover is totally blank. There are no song listings, credits, or anything. The front cover artwork is also much a much darker shade of blue than what I remember of the 90s pressings. My copy does not have the thin white line that others have described.
                    • not.adam's avatar
                      Flat and centered and I really love the colour of the disc. No audible defects. It sounds really great, however I have no other pressings to compare it to.

                      I also have a thin line on the front of the cover, as the review below me pointed out. It doesn't really bother me, but sticklers beware.

                      The sticker was on the jacket itself as other mentioned, but it can be simply peeled off.



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