James BlakeJames Blake

Label:Universal Republic Records – B0015443-01
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, 180g
Style:Leftfield, Dubstep


A1Tep And The Logic2:42
A3The Wilhelm Scream4:37
B1I Never Learnt To Share4:51
B2Lindisfarne I2:42
B3Lindisfarne II
Written-By, Performer, Producer, Recorded ByRob McAndrews
C1Limit To Your Love4:36
C2Give Me My Month1:56
C3To Care (Like You)3:52
D1Why Don't You Call Me1:35
D2I Mind3:31
D4You Know Your Youth2:20

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The tracks "Tep And The Logic" and "You Know Your Youth" are exclusive only to the vinyl LP edition of this album.

Gatefold sleeve.

All tracks written, performed, produced and recorded at Home by James Blake.
Published by Universal Music Publishing Ltd. Except LP1 SIDE B3 written, performed, produced and recorded at Home by James Blake & Rob McAndrews. Published by Universal Music Publishing Ltd. / Copyright Control.
And LP2 SIDE A1 written by Feist / Jason 'Gonzales' Charles Beck. Published by Delabel Editions / EMI Music Publishing Ltd. / Universal Music Publishing MGB Ltd.
Ⓟ&ⓒ 2011 Polydor Ltd. (UK). Licensed exclusively to Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. 1755 Broadway, New York, NY 10019.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02527 55472 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602527554723
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side A): B0015443-01 A1 3 MATT@AIR ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side B): ⓤ B0015443-01 B1 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side C): B0015443-01 C1 MATT@AIR ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side D): B0015443-01 D1 ⓤ
  • Pressing Plant ID (URP):

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
James Blake (CD, Album)Atlas Recordings (2), A&M RecordsATLAS02CDUK & Europe2011
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James Blake (2×LP, Album)Atlas Recordings (2)ATLAS02LPUK2011
James Blake (11×File, MP3, Album, 256 kbps)PolydornoneGermany2011
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James Blake (CD, Album)Universal Republic RecordsATLAS02CDUS2011
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James Blake (CD, Album)Atlas Recordings (2), A&M RecordsUICP-1126Japan2011



  • Vinylinabox's avatar
    I bought this new and the inner sleeves are torn apart. There is also a lot of cardboard and other crap on the vinyl. A lot of crack and pops, like it was a 50 year old record found in the attic! Im so tired of paying for shit like this!
    • drfindley's avatar
      The UK pressing sounds much, much better. This one sounds digitally dead.
      • zackswax's avatar
        Watch out for the newest batch of these. Pressed by United, and they are really noisy and distorted.
        • Aharker95's avatar
          Nice, solid pressing. Though I seem to have gotten a copy that has the labels on the wrong side.
          • flowinpoet74's avatar
            Edited 11 years ago
            I'm glad this record exists and was created. It's not cool to read when someone doesn't like something. I think people need to understand that we're going to react to things differently because of WHO WE ARE...not because of what the album is.
            • oopu's avatar
              Edited 12 years ago
              Its true, didnʻt want to believe it but...i heard this when it first came out on CD and was underwhelmed, but right now i am listening to it on vinyl and its utterly transformed, i get it now, pure tones and frequencies and a lot of backgound mmm, depth, the negative void space is there, a presence, its not nothing, its it own sound, wrapped in amazing. An inside secret...most people will hear this on a mid-rate quality digital file out of little speakers and like plastic flowers, it will never touch all your given senses in the way the real thing can. Its kinda radial what he is doing here when you juxtapose this against the current pop trends of hyper maximalist compressed loud midrange-y walls of glop. An argument to take back the missing frequencies...
              • anType's avatar
                Edited 12 years ago
                I, like many others, don't understand the hype around this album. The off-key, often detuned sound is not as 'fresh and experimental' as it is annoying. So are the "chipmunks on acid" vocodered vocals. The main track on the album, "Limit To Your Love", sounds MUCH better performed by Feist, so the cover version seems unnecessary and sounds empty. The rest of the tracks sound very boring as they don't go anywhere... in fact the whole album doesn't go anywhere, it just ends the way it starts.
                • m3nn0's avatar
                  One of the biggest let downs this year for me. It got hyped because of one great track, 'Limit to your Love', which is a cover. Wilhelm Scream' is also a nice 2nd single But when the LP came out the rest fell through. What a boring album. The compositions don't have the tension and lack real emagination.
                  • dlukask's avatar
                    Edited 12 years ago
                    Doesn't come with a free download. I think in today's market, buying vinyl is an extremely limited way of enjoying music. We all love vinyl, yes. But every new release/reissue should come with a download code for the digital version. If you're going to pay sometimes 3X the amount the MP3s would cost, you should be able to take the music with you. I really dig this record, but this US version does not include the DL. Stupid. (4/5)
                    • mirabilevisu's avatar
                      my pressing sounds beautiful. extremely clear with no surface noise. The blank parts of the record are silent. Wonderful!


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