Disclosure (3)Settle

Label:PMR Records (2) – 00602537394883, Island Records – 00602537394883, Method Records (4) – 00602537394883
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:House, Garage House, UK Garage


A2When A Fire Starts To Burn
FeaturingSam Smith (12)
A4F For You
B1White Noise
B2Defeated No More
FeaturingEd Macfarlane*
FeaturingSasha Keable
C2Second Chance
C3Grab Her!
D1You & Me
FeaturingEliza Doolittle
FeaturingJamie Woon
D3Confess To Me
FeaturingJessie Ware
D4Help Me Lose My Mind
FeaturingLondon Grammar

Companies, etc.



Gatefold sleeve (appears aged to resemble ring wear and creasing)

℗ & © 2013 UIR Ltd.

Runouts are stamped with the exception of Stu. which is etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 602537394883
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 3739488-A 109008E1/A STU. -
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 3739488-B 109008E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): 3739488-C 109008E3/A -
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): 3739488-D 109008E4/A

Other Versions (5 of 28)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Settle (18×File, AAC, Album, Deluxe, 256 kbps)PMR Records (2), Island RecordsnoneUK2013
Settle (CD, Album, Deluxe Edition)PMR Records (2), Island Records00602537394968UK2013
Settle (14×File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps)Cherrytree Records, Interscope Records, PMR Records (2)noneNorth America (inc Mexico)2013
Recently Edited
Settle (CD, Album)PMR Records (2), Island Records00602537394920UK & Europe2013
Recently Edited
Settle (CD, Album)Cherrytree Records, Interscope Records, PMR Records (2)B0018559-02US2013



  • eggsoakley's avatar
    Edited 12 months ago
    10 years old this week.... and still one of the best sounding records in my collection. Vinyl is heavyweight with zero surface noise.
    • JUSTGROOVES's avatar
      Repress! yes! And watch the average price plummet! Skalpers are getting stung big time now! haha
      • the_mighty_hammond's avatar
        Glad this one just got re-pressed.. F$%& the prices here.. Just google for "disclosure settle vinyl"..
        • Frisbeehead's avatar
          Good lord this album sounds like sex. Bought my copy used from a fellow on Reddit, the outer sleeve looks a bit used both overall looks good to me! The real treat is the vinyl itself, heavyweight vinyl that has no blemishes, scratches or anything. As soon as I played the first track, I knew I was in for a treat. The album sounds fantastic on vinyl, great stereo imaging, crisp and beautiful synths and vocals, warm and punchy bass, yeah just great. Glad I purchased, definitely a highlight of my collection now.
          • ljrei77's avatar
            Just bought used off Reddit and can't believe how clean the pressing is. No warp, minimal surface noise, hella great playback. Super pleased I have this in the collection now.
            • jackdecarlo_'s avatar
              Disclosure's Settle (2013) and SBTRKT's SBTRKT (2011) both came out right after I graduated from college. Not only did I like all the tracks on each, but I could also actually connect with a lot of the songs.

              Plus, this (Settle) is the first LP I ever purchased.
              • PureWax's avatar
                Ha, I actually thought it was really beat up and there was ring wear on it
                • aidiothir's avatar
                  Edited 3 years ago
                  Pretty boring album. The same sounds over and over again in all tracks, even the same chords between different tracks, totally empty grooves with ONLY hats, simple kicks, chords and vocals and nothing more. Where are the 90's crazy times have gone these days? Its is really shame how low house music has become last years, and even more sad, how many people are licking this garbage, instead of way better EDM music that is totally ignored out there.
                  And i have a simple question for all ''Disclosure'' fans : Have you ever listened to 90's house music?????
                  • AurelChan's avatar
                    I have to be honest and say that at first listen, I didn't expect such quality for an electronic record, as good as it is.
                    It's simple, no crackles, no surface noise, my version is just amazing. I know the album by heart, having listened to it hundreds of times, and I feel like I am rediscovering it through my turntable.
                    Not too much bass, clear vocals, and a really honest packaging. (2 x 180g) Of course, the listening quality depends on the equipment you have at home to avoid saturation for example, but for me with a diamond A-T95 microlinear and my Klipsh's, it's just a pleasure to listen to!
                    • JQ1017's avatar
                      I was lucky to win a copy of this pressing in a competition about 4 years ago and having a listen to it now on a proper set up all I was to say is WOW. What a treasure to have on vinyl. Not just an amazing electronic / dance record but excellent packaging (less the cardboard inner sleeves) as well.

                      I'm definitely going to deep clean my copy and put the discs in Mobile Fidelity Inner Sleeves to preserve the discs as the cardboard sleeves are worrying in the long term.


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