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Grimes (4)Visions

Label:4AD – CAD3208, 4AD – CAD 3208
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK, Europe & US
Genre:Electronic, Pop
Style:Leftfield, New Wave, Abstract, Synth-pop, Experimental, Ethereal


A1Infinite ♥ Without Fulfillment
A6Vowels = Space And Time
A7Visiting Statue
B1Be A Body
B2Colour Of Moonlight (Antiochus)
Featuring [Ft.]Doldrums (5)
B3Symphonia IX (My Wait Is U)
Featuring [Ft.]Majical Cloudz
B6Know The Way (Outro)

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℗ & © 2012 4AD Ltd
Under exclusive licence from Arbutus Records

Catalog number on spine and rear artwork: CAD3208
Catalog number on side A vinyl label and both run-outs: CAD 3208

Some copies of this release include a download voucher for WAV or MP3 version of the album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 52637 32081 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 652637320817
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): CAD 3208 +IΛ BB61183-01 A₁ [email protected] ROAD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): CAD 3208 BB61183-01 B₁ V-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2): CAD 3208 BB61183-01 A₁ VI- [email protected] ROAD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2): CAD 3208 BB61183-01 B₁ VI-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 3, V=I upside down): CAD 3208 BB61183-01 A₁ V=I [email protected] ROAD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 3, VIT upside down): CAD 3208 VIT BB61183-01 B₁

Other Versions (5 of 30)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Visions (CD, Album, Promo)Arbutus RecordsABT025Canada2011
New Submission
Visions (LP, Album)Arbutus RecordsABT025LPCanada2012
Recently Edited
Visions (CD, Album, Digipak)Arbutus RecordsABT025LPCanada2012
Recently Edited
Visions (CD, Album, Digipak)4ADCAD3208CDUK, Europe & US2012
Recently Edited
Visions (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Lavender)4ADCAD3208US2012


bbyweep's avatar
One of my favorite albums from her but disappointed she didn’t include the Christmas song with Jay Worthy, it’s my favorite off of the album
ItsAnArse's avatar
This album does sound stunning and the music is phenomenal.
Wild_Nixon's avatar
One of the greatest albums i've ever heard and the best sounding 33rpm vinyl a have so far(it would be hard to find a better one. Tis one sounds just PERFECTLY). I've spun it so many times, and still amazed by the sound quality of it. Pure Perfection!
Meowstro's avatar
Very notable artwork that I take pleasure in owning. This record is especially valuable from a cultural perspective given Grimes' relation to Elon Musk since the release of this vinyl.
uncleboy's avatar
this album steered modern pop in a more progressive, experimental direction: 4.5/5
Amjac's avatar
Lush album. Pressing is very good. Quiet, good dynamics.

Front cover artwork is cool and is inspired by Japanese packaging with the obi. I believe the text is Russian. Inner sleeve artwork is also cool original art from Claire like on the front cover.

One of my most listened to vinyl.
supra382's avatar
For those who have ABT025LP (12" Canadian Pressing) - is your Nightmusic track edited with a cut intro and outro? Mine is :(
hewins's avatar
My copy has a simpler runout:
Side A: CAD-3208-A [email protected]
Side B: CAD-3208-B U (circled)
durdoch's avatar
the beautiful things about grimes is that she is completely genuine in all she does. She is herself and creates art as an extension of that. Those who call her "pretentious" or "hipster" probably just don't want to open themselves to something unfamiliar and different. You don't just listen to a grimes song I think. You can feel it to. If you want to. So let her soothing loops wash over you and feel your troubled thoughts fade. Love the strange. See you on a dark night
0.5's avatar
It takes a while to fall in love with Grimes. On repeated listening, this tiny kitty creature performing her adorable "miaows" throughout the album may be pretty annoying - but for those keen on giving it a chance, it is a rewarding little listen. While Grimes's music visions provide nothing new under the sun, it is undoubtedly one of today's examples of hipsterism bringing out some positive connotations after all.

Think of Enya on cocaine, breathing too much helium, with some synthesiser riffs as if borrowed from Durutti Column ("Genesis" synth lines remind of "Blind Elevator Girl"), all too much but never enough reverb and amorphously oblique lyrics. But then again I might be wrong. Adorable still.