Label:Touch And Go – T&G LP#64, Touch And Go – T&GLP64
Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Alternative Rock, Math Rock, Post Rock


A1Breadcrumb Trail5:53
A2Nosferatu Man5:31
A3Don, Aman6:24
B2For Dinner...5:02
B3Good Morning, Captain7:36

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First pressing with green vinyl labels. "Jacket Made in Canada" printed at right of Touch & Go logo on back cover.

Catalog number on spine: T&G lp#64
Catalog number on label: T&GLP64

©1991 Slint
℗1991 Touch And Go Records

Track times are not listed on this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): (T) T+G LP 64 A₁ L-36954
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): (T) T+G LP 64•B₁ L-36954X

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Spiderland (CD, Album)Touch And GoT&G lp # 64 CDUS1991
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Spiderland (LP, Album)Touch And Go, Touch And Go, Southern Studios, Southern StudiosT&G LP#64, T&G LP 64UK & Europe1991
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Spiderland (CD, Album)Touch And GoT&G lp # 64 CDEurope1991
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Spiderland (Cassette, Album)Touch And GoT&GLP64 CUS1991
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Spiderland (LP, Album)Touch And GoT&G lp#64US1991



  • majornougat's avatar
    After hundreds of records purchased over 5-6 years, finding a radio station copy of this for $15 remains my greatest find. Incredible album and naturally the original pressing sounds great.
    • evrosolo's avatar
      would be willing to trade for an og pressing if anyone is interested. Let me know.
      • spearheaded's avatar
        Edited one month ago
        It was hard for me to like, but it's worth it.
        • diversal's avatar
          Edited 2 years ago
          I first heard this on a taped casette in 1992 while my friend was driving us to a skatespot in his parents car, i didnt really understand it but i knew i liked it...

          Next thing you know its 2022 and 30 years later it remains one of the most important albums of my life. These kids in their basement with a with a now very famous pet fish created a mastepiece.
          5 out of 5 ★★★★★
          • infamous31's avatar
            Edited 3 years ago
            My original pressing has a black sticker that says "SLINT - spiderland" in the upper right corner. I bought it used, so I can't confirm if the sticker was taken off the cellophane wrapper and pasted to the sleeve or if it was originally affixed to the sleeve. But anyone who buys an original sealed copy should look for that sticker as proof.
            • mister_norton's avatar
              Can anyone confirm that the major identifier for a first pressing is that first pressing jacket has 'Jacket made in Canada' on the rear to the left of the (c) info?
              And, that none of the subsequent releases have this? A Sealed and Mint copy just come up for sale (for a hefty price) and I want to make sure it can be identified as such before taking the plunge. Cheers in advance!
              • Popelick's avatar
                Edited 5 years ago
                The initial pressings all included posters. I grew up in Louisville and bought this the week it came out. I do not recall it having a different label from the ones sold from Touch & Go when I interned there in 1996. My guess is Rainbo just ran out of the standard labels for part of a run. The poster was a horizontal image of a spider taken through a microscope by Noel Saltzman. Early pressings of Touch & Go's "Tweez" reissue included the same poster. A separate larger promotional version of the image with text was printed for display in record shops.
                • simonr69's avatar
                  This is great. But Squirrel Bait's "Skag Heaven" is better.
                  • trapz72's avatar
                    Edited 7 years ago
                    It's all about the space in the sound, the restraint, the minimalism. Awesome album, still enjoy it as much now as I did when I first bought it
                    • sklerici's avatar
                      I find this record a masterpiece. The circolary sound of the guitars moves me still so much..
                      The poor package, as an hiding place of a treasure


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