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Bloc PartySilent Alarm

Label:Dim Mak Records – DM 080
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Vinyl, 12"
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Indie Rock

Tracklist

A1Every Time Is The Last Time
ProducerRussell Lissack
3:22
A2Like Eating Glass4:22
A3Helicopter3:40
A4Positive Tension3:55
B1Banquet
Mixed ByRich Costey
Programmed ByPaul Epworth
Programmed By [Assistant]Fashion Show, Joe Hirst
Recorded ByMark Rankin
3:21
B2Blue Light2:47
B3She's Hearing Voices3:29
B4This Modern Love4:25
C1Pioneers3:35
C2Price Of Gas4:19
C3Little Thoughts3:28
C4So Here We Are3:52
D1Luno3:57
D2Plans4:10
D3Compliments
Recorded ByMark Rankin
4:41
E1Positive Tension (Jason Clark Remix)
RemixJason Clark
4:22
E2Positive Tension (Johnny Whitney Remix)
RemixJohnny Whitney
3:59
F1Price Of Gas (Automato Remix)
RemixAutomato
4:42
F2Price Of Gas (Jus Ske Remix)
Co-producerFresh (11)
Producer, RemixJus Ske
3:17
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A1 to A3 & B2 to D2 recorded at Deltalab Studios, Copenhagen and Miloco, Hoxten, June/July, 2004. B1 and D3 recorded at The Exchange, London. B1 mixed at Avatar Studios, NYC. F2 produced for Danücht Entertainment, co-produced for Young World Music Group.

Paul Epworth represented by Annette Russell Artist Management.
Worldwide management for Coalition.

Dedicated to the memory of Peter Moakes - 1940-2003.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 27091 00801 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [etched]): DM-080-A 12819.1(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [etched]): DM-080-B 12819.2(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C [etched]): DM-080-C 12819.3(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D [etched]): DM-080-D 12819.4(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A 12" [etched]): DM-080-E DIMMAKIFIED 12819.5(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B 12" [etched]): DM-080-F THE DIM MaK REMIX 12819.6(3)

Other Versions (5 of 48)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Silent Alarm (CD, Album, Promo)Wichitawebb075cdpUK2004
New Submission
Silent Alarm (CD, Album, Promo, Cardboard Sleeve)WichitanoneFrance2004
New Submission
Instrumentals (CDr, Promo)EMI Music PublishingnoneUK2004
Silent Alarm (LP, Album)WichitaWEBB075LPUK2005
Silent Alarm (CD, Album)Wichita, V2, WichitaVVR1030562, 707.3056.2Europe2005

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Vivalafica's profile picture
Vivalafica
Edited 24 days ago
I see many comments here from people that really don't have this three LP first pressing...please guys, check the details before you post comments under the wrong listing.
About sound quality now....sounds great! Really punchy and clear throughout, I bought a Near Mint copy years ago and grooves are very quiet with no surface noise.
My only (minor) complaint is about the fact that there are no printed inner sleeves or insert, that would have been a nice touch...
_okwhocares_'s profile picture
_okwhocares_
Incredible press. All 3 LPs sound great. Clean, flat disc that playback very well. The album itself is fantastic too.
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sbclar
The 12" included with this album has got to be THE noisiest pressing I have ever heard. I mean, the signal to noise ratio is like 1.5:1. At first, I thought that maybe someone was going for a retro-vinyl sound, but even the sections between tracks are incredibly noisy, with TONS of white noise and crackle. Not cool for a premium product!
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1990_Oz
Has anyone just got disc 1? Just found a second hand copy and only disc 1 is a bit beat up
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blind_squirrel
One of my best thriftstore and such finds in San Francisco, if memory serves me right, for like $1. I found the bonus 12" w/o the 2xLP album among all the garbage records. It sounds and is fantastic.
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Rezqua
Uh, does anyone else's sound terrible? I stumbled upon one of these cheap at a local today running on a ProJect and decent speakers and all that jazz it just sounds abysmal. Like, "this is sourced from 192s" bad.

Helicopter must have been sourced from 192s of the Guitar Hero DS version.
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LCDParade
The first time I heard this incredible album open with Every Time is the Last Time, I thought I’d put on the wrong record, now I can’t live without it rolling into Like Eating Glass. Easily in my top 10 albums of the 2000s
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bradfieldflood4
God I love this record. Its just so perfect.