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M83Hurry Up, We're Dreaming.

Label:Naïve – NV824361
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, 180 g
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Shoegaze, Electro, Indie Rock

Tracklist

A1Intro
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor [Orchestra]Joseph Trapanese
Backing VocalsAnthony Gonzalez, Morgan Kibby
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Lead VocalsAnthony Gonzalez, Zola Jesus
Orchestra [Featuring]The Orphans String and Brass Orchestra
Percussion [Orchestral]Joey Waronker
Voice [Monologue]?*
A2Midnight City
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
SaxophoneJames King
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
A3Reunion
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
Voice [Monologue]Morgan Kibby
A4Where The Boats Go
Keyboards, Programmed ByAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
TrumpetGabriel Johnson
A5Wait
Acoustic GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen, Lyle Workman
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor [Orchestra]Anthony Gonzalez, Joseph Trapanese
Backing VocalsAnthony Gonzalez, Brad Laner
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed ByAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Lead VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
Orchestra [Featuring]The Orphans String and Brass Orchestra
TippleLyle Workman
B1Raconte-Moi Une Histoire
Acoustic GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen, Lyle Workman
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed ByAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Lead VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
Tipple, Banjo, MandolinLyle Workman
Voice [Monologue]Zelly Boo Meldal-Johnsen
B2Train To Pluton
Keyboards, Programmed ByAnthony Gonzalez
B3Claudia Lewis
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Electronic DrumsJoey Waronker
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
WhistleJohn Graney
B4This Bright Flash
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
Drums, PercussionLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
B5When Will You Come Home?
SynthesizerAnthony Gonzalez
B6Soon, My Friend
Acoustic Guitar, MandolinJustin Meldal-Johnsen
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor [Orchestra]Joseph Trapanese
Lead VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
Orchestra [Featuring]The Orphans String and Brass Orchestra
Percussion [Orchestral]Joey Waronker
C1My Tears Are Becoming A Sea
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor [Orchestra]Joseph Trapanese
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Lead Vocals, Backing VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
Orchestra [Featuring]The Orphans String and Brass Orchestra
Percussion [Orchestral]Joey Waronker
C2New Map
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Flute, Baritone SaxophoneJames King
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Lead VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
C3OK Pal
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Lead Vocals, Backing VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
PercussionJustin Meldal-Johnsen
Voice [Monologue]Chelsea Alden
C4Another Wave From You
Keyboards, Programmed ByAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
C5Splendor
Acoustic GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen, Lyle Workman
Keyboards, Programmed ByAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Lead VocalsBrad Laner
Percussion [Orchestral]Joey Waronker
PianoPatrick Warren
Tipple, MarxophoneLyle Workman
D1Year One, One UFO
Acoustic GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen, Lyle Workman
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
D2Fountains
Keyboards, Programmed ByAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
D3Steve McQueen
Acoustic GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen, Lyle Workman
Backing VocalsAmy White, Anthony Gonzalez
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Lead VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
D4Echoes Of Mine
Backing VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Voice [Monologue]Lydie Benzakin
D5Klaus I Love You
Keyboards, Programmed ByAnthony Gonzalez, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
D6Outro
Acoustic Guitar, Bass GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor [Orchestra]Joseph Trapanese
DrumsLoic Maurin*
Keyboards, Programmed By, Electric GuitarJustin Meldal-Johnsen, Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Orchestra [Featuring]The Orphans String and Brass Orchestra
Percussion [Orchestral]Joey Waronker
PianoPatrick Warren
VocalsAnthony Gonzalez
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P&C 2011 M83 Recording Inc., exclusively licensed to naïve.

180 g vinyl edition. Includes a coupon with a code for a free download of the album. December 2020 update: This version bought on Amazon UK does not contain a code for a free download.

Early copies sold by Rough Trade came with a bonus cd, "Midnight City Remix EP" featuring four remixes.

The song "Mirror" is listed in the playlist as a separate section (on inner sleeve included, with full credits, in a section called "Interlude" between sides B and C) but it's not included physically in the release.

All songs published by Delabel Editions/Justin's Polite Music except 'Intro', 'Midnight City' and 'Reunion' published by Delabel Editions/Justin's Polite Music/Morgan Grace Music and 'Splendor' Published by Delabel Editions/Justin's Polite Music/Copyright Control.
M83 Management: for DEF Limited.

Made in France
P&C 2011 M83 Recording Inc. exclusively licensed to naïve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 3 298498 243611
  • Barcode (Scanned): 3298498243611
  • Label Code: LC0540
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): MPO NV824361 A²
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): MPO NV824361 B² Salt
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): MPO NV824361 C²
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): MPO NV824361 D² Salt

Other Versions (5 of 20)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. (2×CD, Album)NaïveNV824311Europe2011
New Submission
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. (2×LP, Album)Mute9510-1USA & Canada2011
Recently Edited
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. (2×CD, Album)Mute9510-2USA & Canada2011
New Submission
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. (2×CD, Album, Gatefold Digipak)Naïve, Hostess Entertainment UnlimitedNV824311J, HSE-60079Japan2011
Recently Edited
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. (LP, Pink, LP, Blue, All Media, Album, Limited Edition)Mute9510-1US2011
Soupme's avatar
Soupme
Most definitely the naive pressing is the way to go over mute…wow! The difference is easy to hear.
Holophrasm's avatar
Holophrasm
Very pleased by the sound of this pressing - good depth and quiet noise floor, allows space for the grandiose nature of the music to really take off. Highly recommended, esp for the price of what is an awesome album on double disc.
OngakugaDaisuki's avatar
Sound: Very good sound, very good volume, background noise between the tracks noticable but not too bothering
aloha__aloha's avatar
aloha__aloha
Edited 8 months ago
Good pressing. I am more skeptical about the package. Vinyls had so much dust and static electricity on them that removing them instantly tore the inner sleeves. Not nice. But at least it sounds great.
markfrancos's avatar
markfrancos
Couldn't remember last time I had listened to this album. But it was worth the wait, what a pressing!
DubSinT's avatar
DubSinT
Naive pressing makes the difference! Definitely worth the price, let's ride!
dsiurek1998's avatar
dsiurek1998
You can instantly tell the difference between this and the Mute pressings. I was naive (hahaha) and went for the Mute at first and it was horrible, practically unlistenable. After finally getting the Naive imported from Italy to the USA, it was definitely worth the wait and it should be the only version that exists. Do yourself a favor and get this one
selflimited's avatar
selflimited
Having gone from the Mute (US) pressing to the Naive (EU) pressing, I can very confidently say that the latter is significantly better. The Mute version sounds like a bonfire with all the crackling that you hear and that is not the kind of "warm" sounds I'm looking for. Using a microscrope, there is also a significant about of dirt just entirely embedded into the record, even after significant cleaning processes.

The Naive record is dead silent. I think I heard a tiny crackle once or twice, but aside from that, the record is very quiet. This allows songs like Wait and My Tears Are Becoming a Sea to really blossom and grow properly without any distractions. I'm glad I switched from one pressing to another and I would recommend that other people do as well. That being said, it seems there are duff pressings floating around the ether so if you hear an issue with a copy, try to get an exchange.
MusicBoxxRecords's avatar
I busted this album out for the first time in a while and I had to see what people were saying about this pressing. I forgot how great this record sounds! Delicious low end and very clean! Had to change my review from 4 to 5 stars. 10 years later this album is still fresh
Manudiscogs10's avatar
Manudiscogs10
This album is in my heart. Vey beautiful new sound e new idea with an unique style. Really appreciated.