Clipping. ‎– CLPPNG

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Sub Pop ‎– SP1071
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Body & Blood
Body Percussion [Footsteps] – Devra GoldenWritten-By – D. Diggs*, J. Canady*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
5:32
A2 Work Work
Lyrics By [Additional], Vocals [Additional] – Cocc Pistol CreeWritten-By – C. Watts*, D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
3:43
A3 Summertime
Lyrics By [Additional], Vocals [Additional] – King T*Scratches – Derrick "Baseck" Estrada*Written-By – D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, R. McBride*, W. Hutson*
4:02
A4 Inside Out
Vocals [Additional] – Frank ChiaroWritten-By – D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
3:35
B1 Tonight
Vocals [Additional] – Cristina BercovitzVocals [Additional], Lyrics By [Additional] – Gangsta BooWritten-By – D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, L. Mitchell*, W. Hutson*
4:34
B2 Dream
Sounds [Additional Field Recordings] – Christopher FleegerWritten-By – D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
5:27
B3 Get Up
Vocals [Additional] – Mariel JacodaVocals [Whispered] – Nico CaryWritten-By – D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
2:56
B4 Or Die
Lyrics By [Additional], Vocals [Additional] – GuceWritten-By – D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
4:06
C1 Taking Off
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Casey Anderson (2)Written-By – C. Anderson*, D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
4:47
C2 Story 2
Piano [Final Chord] – Bear McCrearyWritten-By – B. McCreary*, D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
2:12
C3 Dominoes
Contractor [Choir], Vocals [Additional] – Bobbi PageVocals [Additional] – Claira Titman, Emily Mae Titman, Karissa Lee, Micah Lee, Shane Lee (2)Written-By – D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
5:58
C4 Williams Mix
Performer – Tom ErbeSounds [Additional] – Christopher FleegerSounds [Prepared And Created By] – Clipping.Written-By, Composed By – John Cage
4:15
C5 Run Out
Written-By – D. Diggs*, J. Snipes*, W. Hutson*
1:38
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Notes

The LP version does not include the songs “Intro” and “Ends” found on the CD/digital version (“Ends” is included on the bonus 7” given to all LP/CD pre-orders though!) but does include a slightly longer version of the track “Body and Blood”.

The vinyl version also includes a bonus feature of 100 locked groove audio samples on side D, which are exclusive to the vinyl version of this release.

The Vinyl Version of Williams Mix Is different to the digital version of the track and C5 Is also a hidden track, which ends with a locked groove.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 098787107111

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP1071 Clipping. CLPPNG(14xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Sub Pop SP1071 US 2014
SP1071 Clipping. CLPPNG(14xFile, FLAC, Album) Sub Pop SP1071 2014
SP1071 Clipping. CLPPNG(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Whi) Sub Pop SP1071 US 2014 Sell This Version
PROCD214 Clipping. CLPPNG(CDr, Album, Promo, Cle) Sub Pop PROCD214 2014 Sell This Version
TRCP-163 Clipping. CLPPNG(CD, Album) Sub Pop TRCP-163 Japan 2014 Sell This Version

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Flynn.exe

Flynn.exe

October 12, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

I really love this releases sound and packaging, to me it's fantastic. The triple gatefold showing all the band members really is a treat. But what I don't like so much is the exclusion of 'Intro' and 'Ends' from this pressing. Seriously, what is the point of cutting tracks off of the album? Not having enough space? Well that's obviously bullshit seeing as there's an entire unused side filled with 100 locked grooves. Because they wanted to change the album and didn't like the tracks? Nope. The tracklist is the same on every single recent release of this album, with the only exception being the vinyl release. So.... why would they do this? Well, this is where my speculation veers towards the record label. And their yearning for cold hard cash.

Initially they sold a more expensive 'loser' version of this album on white vinyl. Which, if you pre ordered it you'd get a bonus 7" with - and here's the cherry on top - one of the excluded tracks.
Yes, they cut off 'Ends' to get more pre orders. Now, you may ask why 'Intro' is cut off. Probably because they thought that they couldn't cut off the outro without also cutting the intro off aswell, and that it's only a minute long so no one would care.
Well, I do. This is the equivalent of triple-A video game publishers cutting up their games so they can sell DLC at a later date, but more shitty. As those paying a premium to get it on vinyl are getting a lesser amount of content than those who buy it on CD - who get the tracklist and album experience the artists intended.
Although I could be wrong, but I can't think of any other reason as to why they'd do this. Other than just be inconvenient. Capitol did it in the 60s for US Beatles pressings, and I guess this greed didn't die down.
(If anyone can come up with an alternate justifiable reason - I'll stand corrected. But at this moment in time I personally cannot)

EDIT: Ooooooo! Even better! I didn't realise this at first but the tracklist running order is also fucked. Great. Now I just think they fucked with this release for no discernible reason. Why would you do this?
bryankerndrummer

bryankerndrummer

June 7, 2017
My LP doesn't have a locked groove on C5. Anybody else's copy like this?
spujika

spujika

May 8, 2015

Refreshing and crisp sound. Vinyl version mixed perfectly in stereo. The locked grooves on the D side is a neat touch too. Packaging is well done too. Recommended pick-up.
T.J.E

T.J.E

December 9, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
I bought my copy at Amoeba Music in Berkeley yesterday, it was new but the records look awful; covered in marks that look like finger prints or scuffing straight out of the package and stuff, even what looks like some staining on the D-side. I'm not near a turntable until the 3rd so I can't test how they'll sound but did anybody else's look like that? I've gotten two other Sub Pop releases (the Earth 2 reissue and Helplessness Blues) and they've sounded pristine yet looked similar, so I'm wondering if it's just some problem with the vinyl the pressing plant uses.
T.J.E

T.J.E

November 16, 2014
So annoying that the Intro and Ends aren't on here.