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Tame ImpalaCurrents

Label:Fiction Records – 4739489
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Yellow
Vinyl, LP, Purple
All Media, Album, Limited Edition
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Indie Rock, Psychedelic Rock

Tracklist

A1Let It Happen
A2Nangs
A3The Moment
B1Yes I'm Changing
B2Eventually
B3Gossip
C1The Less I Know The Better
C2Past Life
C3Disciples
C4Cause I'm A Man
D1Reality In Motion
D2Love / Paranoia
D3New Person, Same Old Mistakes
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  • Lacquer Cut ByRJ*

Notes

Limited edition coloured vinyl in gatefold sleeve.
Comes with a free download of this record in digital format.

℗ © 2015 Modular Recordings Pty Ltd under exclusive license to Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd. Al rights of the owner of copyright in this sound recording reserved. Unauthorised copying, renting, lending, diffusion, public performance or broadcast of the recorded work prohibited. Made in the EU. 4739489

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602547394897
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched, STERLING stamped): MODVL 191 - A RJ STERLING MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched, STERLING stamped): MODVL 191 - B RJ STERLING MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched, STERLING stamped): MODVL 191 - C RJ STERLING MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched, STERLING stamped): MODVL 191 - D RJ STERLING MPO

Other Versions (5 of 44)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Currents (LP, Violet, LP, Amber Translucent , All Media, Album, Limited Edition)Interscope RecordsB0023452-01US2015
Recently Edited
Currents (2×LP, Album)Interscope RecordsB0023337-01US2015
New Submission
Currents (CD, Album, Digipack)Interscope RecordsB0023337-02US2015
Currents (2×LP, Album, Gatefold)Fiction Records473067-7Europe2015
New Submission
Currents (CD, Album)Fiction Records, Caroline Records, Universal Music4730676Canada2015

Reviews

OllyAce's avatar
OllyAce
Great pressing, sounds excellent and the coloured records make for a definitive pressing. This album is peak Tame Impala 10/10 and a must have for anyone with an interest in vinyl/music. Does anyone know how many pressings this edition was limited to though?
ronaldveldhuizen82's avatar
Mine sounds (and looks) fantastic. Nearly dead-quiet in the noise section. Pretty dynamic. Groovy, punchy bass as it should be.
DCXW200's avatar
DCXW200
I bought the Interscope color version from Amazon when it first came out and
it sounds awesome. I can't believe someone would return a record multiple times.
Vinyl is a love/hate relationship. You love it when you get a good one and hate it if it
has surface noise. Vinyl is imperfect..it's ridiculous to demand a perfect record everytime.
I own hundreds of LPs and most are from Europe. As a whole, they tend to sound a little better
than the US but there's no reason to pile up on the record companies here in the states.
xiaphin's avatar
xiaphin
Thanks Lowflyingowls for the comparison between Fiction and Interscope pressings. Ordered mine direct from Fiction Records. Side note I doubt the Interscope version is as bad as the 09' XL Pressings version of Devendra Banhart -Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon
irs_uk's avatar
irs_uk
My yellow LP's sticker is wildly off centre on both sides, almost in play region on side A. Anyone else have this or know if I can get a replacement from the record label?

(Great album.)
Loomer_'s avatar
Loomer_
After listening to the EU version album twice once aloud and the second time with headphones, i had a shoot out with the U.S. Colored Pressing album and the U.S. Regular black vinyl. I found that European version is superior than the U.S. Versions The European version is louder, clearer and somewhat faster than the U.S. Version. (You can notice a difference on "Let It Happen") I had no warp or noise pop issues with the album, it played beautifully. It was expensive to import this version but it was worth it. In addition to the shoot out, I found that the regular black vinyl is slightly better than the U.S. Colored vinyl album, it is much warmer and brighter sounding than the colored version.I found no warp or noise issues with that one. In terms of weight, the EU version is most heavy, and in second was the regular black vinyl and 3rd was the colored vinyl. If you can afford it, buy the EU pressing and if your on a budget I'd recommend the regular black vinyl. Both are great, I would definitely avoid the U.S. Colored pressing, I found slight warp issues and some cracking issues on side b, and side c. I had returned the album twice and the third was decent than the rest, very disappointed for that pressing.