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ChvrchesThe Bones Of What You Believe (10 Year Anniversary Special Edition)

Label:Goodbye Records (2) – 5560889, Goodbye Records (2) – 00602455608895, EMI – 00602455608895, Universal Music Recordings – 00602455608895, Vertigo – 00602455608895, Glassnote (2) – 00602455608895
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered
All Media, Special Edition
Country:UK, Europe & US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Pop
Style:Indie Pop, Synth-pop

Tracklist

A1The Mother We Share
A2We Sink
A3Gun
A4Tether
A5Lies
A6Under The Tide
B1Recover
B2Night Sky
B3Science/Visions
B4Lungs
B5By The Throat
B6You Caught The Light
C1Manhattan
C2White Summer
C3Talking In My Sleep
C4City On Fire
D1We Sink (Live)
D2Now Is Not The Time (Live)
D3Lies (Live)
D4Strong Hand (Live)
D5By The Throat (Live)
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Credits

Notes

Sticker "Made in Germany" on back.

Sticker on front reads
"The Bones Of What You Believe
CHVRCHES
10TH ANNIVERSARY
REMASTERED 2LP EDITION
feat. PREVIOUSLY
UNRELEASED TRACKS +
EXCLUSIVE LIVE RECORDINGS.
MMXIII MMXXIII
5560889"

Issued in gatefold sleeve - front sleeve has 4 cut outs in each corner giving sight on the inner sleeve.

℗ & © Chvrches under exclusive license to Virgin Records Limited, UK for its controlled territories and to Vertigo/Capitol, a division of Universal Music GmbH, Germany for its controlled territories. A Universal Music Company.
Universal international Music B.V. 'S-Gravelandseweg 80, 1217 Ew Hilversum, Netherlands. Made in the EU.

Recorded at Alucard Studios, Glasgow.
Live tracks recorded at Ancienne Belgique with thanks to AB & VRT/Studio Brussels.
The Bones of What You Believe mixed... at Eldorado Recording Studios, Los Angeles except Tether and By The Throat mixed... at Wall 2 Wall Studios, Chicago.
Manhattan, White Summer, Talking In My Sleep & City On Fire mixed... at Alucard Studios, Glasgow.
Mastered... at Lurssen Mastering, Burbank.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602455608895
  • Rights Society: BIEM / SDRM
  • Label Code: LC03098
  • Label Code: LC14513
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 1): 5560890 A4 -62093-I
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 1): 5560890 B3 -62093-II
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, variant 1): 5560893 C -62094-II
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, variant 1): 5560893 D -62094-II
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 2): 556089 A3 -62093-I
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 2): 5560890 B3 -62093- I
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, variant 2): 5560893 C -62094- 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, variant 2): 5560893 D -62094- II

Other Versions (5 of 47)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
The Bones Of What You Believe (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered)Glassnote (2)noneUS2013
Recently Edited
The Bones Of What You Believe (CD, Album, Limited Edition)Vertigo, Universal Music Group3748516Germany, Austria, & Switzerland2013
Recently Edited
The Bones Of What You Believe (LP, Album)Vertigo Berlin3748517Europe2013
New Submission
The Bones Of What You Believe (CD, Album, Gatefold Sleeve)Virgin EMI Records, Goodbye Records (2), Virgin EMI Records, Goodbye Records (2)CDV 3116, 00602537459001Europe2013
Recently Edited
The Bones Of What You Believe (CD, Album)Goodbye Records (2), Glassnote (2)GLS-0147-02US2013

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Reviews

  • jamesweare's avatar
    jamesweare
    I agree with the other reviewers. Totally flat pressing, no dynamic range at all. The packaging is really cool, though.
    • lukeajohnston's avatar
      I don’t think it sounds bad (and I have the opaque red Australian version, which I kept after comparing it to the 2013 US standard version and concluding the opaque red version sounds noticeably superior). However, I haven’t compared this version and the opaque red yet. Also, I think it’s interesting that the bonus tracks show they must have initially recorded nearly a whole album with Martin singing (not a single bonus track with Lauren singing).
      • harlot_of_god's avatar
        harlot_of_god
        Edited 4 months ago
        sound is clean, but flat. I have to adjust my equalizer. Annoying, but manageable. If you turn up the volume, the silences have a noticeable noise floor. Wish it were not so, but I can live with it. The music is not quiet and the C and D sides, especially the live songs are very enjoyable. Beautiful packaging.
        • Snowmantn's avatar
          Snowmantn
          What happened? Usually reissues (especially anniversary ones) tend to sound better. This sounds lifeless and is lacking high end and definition. How did this pass any quality control? All that being said, at least the packaging is nice. On the shelf it goes…
          • AngryKangaroo396's avatar
            A+ for the awesome packaging, and C- for sound quality. The whole record sounds compressed and muffled. Not sure why they had this record remastered when the original mix was fine, but the remaster kinda ruined it. What a shame. This release would be amazing if it just sounded like the original.
            • Brandheaux's avatar
              Brandheaux
              I love the cut outs on the cover it’s adds layers and makes the album cover a bit different with each record sleeve is different colors and pixelated images of the band. Very well put together “remembering 10 years” couldn’t have been packaged any better. Truly perfect. Thank you Amy Burrows for the design visuals!

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