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Vampire WeekendModern Vampires Of The City

Label:XL Recordings – XLLP556
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, White, 180 gram
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Pop Rock, Indie Pop, Indie Rock


A1Obvious Bicycle
Backing VocalsAngel Deradoorian
Drum Programming [Additional], Programmed By [Synth - Additional]Ariel Rechtshaid
AccordionBrendan Ryan
Drum Programming [Additional], Programmed By [Synth - Additional]Ariel Rechtshaid
FluteJohnny Cuomo
PianoEzra Koenig
TromboneElizabeth Lea
TrumpetDanny T. Levin
TubaSeth Shafer
A4Diane Young
Drum Programming [Additional], Programmed By [Synth - Additional]Ariel Rechtshaid
Drums [Additional]Jeff Curtin
Engineer [Additional]Jeff Curtin, Juan Pieczanski
SaxophoneAdam Shatz
A5Don't Lie
Lyrics By [Additional Lyrics]Rostam Batmanglij
A6Hannah Hunt3:58
B1Everlasting Arms
Bass [Additional]Ariel Rechtshaid
B2Finger Back
Backing VocalsFanny Franklin
B3Worship You
Backing VocalsAngel Deradoorian
B4Ya Hey
Written-By [Bass Line Of Bridge Section]Ariel Rechtshaid
Drum Programming [Additional], Programmed By [Synth - Additional]Ariel Rechtshaid
TromboneElizabeth Lea
TrumpetDanny T. Levin
TubaSeth Shafer
B6Young Lion
Backing VocalsAngel Deradoorian
Lead VocalsRostam Batmanglij

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Limited edition white 180 gram vinyl exclusive to pre-orders and independent record stores. Includes 24x24" fold-out poster of the album art and download coupon for album in high quality MP3s.

A3 contains elements from "Aubrey" (Gates). Published by Kipahulu Music. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Thanks to YZ's "Who's that girl" for our hook "Every time I see you in the world you always step to my girl."

A1 features a sample of 'Keep Cool Babylon' by Ras Michael & The Sons of Negus, licensed courtesy of Trojan Recordings Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Stickered): 634904055608
  • Barcode (On Sleeve): 634904055615
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): XLLP 556 A Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): XLLP 556 B Ⓤ

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Modern Vampires Of The City (LP, Album, CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLLP556UK & Europe2013
Modern Vampires Of The City (LP, Album, Limited Edition, White 180g, CD, Album)XL Recordings, XL RecordingsXLLP556, XLLP556XUK & Europe2013
New Submission
Modern Vampires Of The City (LP, Album, CD, Album)XL Recordings, XL RecordingsXLLP556, XLCD556US2013
Modern Vampires Of The City (CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLCD 556US2013
New Submission
Modern Vampires Of The City (CD, Album, Slipcase)XL RecordingsXLCD 556Europe2013
phreakbrain's profile picture
Edited 3 days ago
Have a runout variant I can't find on here. Black vinyl, runout for side B is "BH-90448-01 B1" then "XLLP 556 B". No DL code or CD, just poster. Sounds pretty good too.
muraks's profile picture
Edited one year ago
Not sure where the negative comments are coming from. Mine sounds perfect, and looks great with the solid white vinyl and black labels. There are some really subtle beautiful ambient sounds that can only really be appreciated in this format (in comparison to digital download/spotify etc.), and the kick drum is thumping. So if you can get a hold of one of these 180 gram beauties, I highly recommend it. I think it's one of my top 3 albums in the last decade.
epasrub's profile picture
A good pressing totally ruined imo due to the unbeareable noise during most of “Hannah Hunt”, which happens to be my favourite song of the album. Sigh!
drewbaer's profile picture
If anyone had a copy of this album, but now only has the cover, I am willing to pay for the cover alone. I bought a copy of the LP but the owner did not have a cover, so I'm looking to bring it together. Message me if you're interested in selling!
multiformous's profile picture
My copy has some very loud pops during Obvious Bicycle, but is otherwise OK. Another less than stellar pressing from United.
eslyter's profile picture
Edited 6 years ago
This is one of the best albums released in the past ten years. That said, the vinyl pressings have thus far been absolute rubbish. Every copy I've played (and I've gone through about six on multiple players) has had a distinctive hiss in the left channel. The reason I listen to music in this format is because of how awesome it sounds. A flaw like this on a new pressing is unacceptable for me. I can't help but focus on that noise when I hear the record. So I'm just going to give up on this. If I were you, I'd wait a few years before investing, because it's a gamble if you're going to get a decent copy.
ehockey99's profile picture
you all have these problems because you all play this record on ur fuckin urban outfitters crosley suitcase
loobz's profile picture
Awesome album yet the vinyl mastering/production is no miracle. I have the XLLP556 black version and it's a little hissy and has some surface noise. But overall it's OK.
Admerr's profile picture
Edited 7 years ago
I went through 3 copies before I found one without defects. The first two had the bleeding of the label on the final minute of "Young Lion". The second had the creases and other black marks. The final copy I got is almost flawless (slight bleeding of the label on the final track) and sounds great. Luckily I only paid for one. I would only purchase if you get the chance to give it a good look/ play test.
donburgundy's profile picture
Had the same noise issues that others have noted with the white vinyl (plus what appeared to be bleeding of the label ink on side two that made the last track unlistenable)... when I swapped it out I got the regular black version, sounds flawless.