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Tame ImpalaCurrents

Label:Fiction Records – 4730676, Fiction Records – 473067-6, Caroline International – 4730676, Caroline International – 473067-6, Universal Music – 4730676, Universal Music – 473067-6
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock, Pop
Style:Indie Rock, New Wave

Tracklist

1Let It Happen7:47
2Nangs1:48
3The Moment4:16
4Yes I'm Changing4:31
5Eventually5:19
6Gossip0:55
7The Less I Know The Better3:39
8Past Life3:48
9Disciples1:49
10Cause I'm A Man4:02
11Reality In Motion4:13
12Love / Paranoia3:06
13New Person, Same Old Mistakes6:02
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Notes

4-panel digisleeve (gatefold) with fold-out sheet.

Additional recording and mix advice at Poons Head
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC

Published by Sony ATV (Australia) / BMG Chrysalis (ROW)

℗ & © 2015 Modular Recordings Pty. under exclusive license to Universal Music Australia Pty ltd.
Made in EU.

Catalogue numbers on this product:
4730676 > Spine
473067-6 > Back cover

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 02547 30676 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602547306760
  • Rights Society: BIEM / SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, 2, 3): [4x Universal logo] 06025 473 067-6 01 # 53743809
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Mould): MADE IN GERMANY BY EDC B
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, 3, Mould): MADE IN GERMANY BY EDC C
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1, 2, 3): IFPI LZ87
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0135
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0125
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 0117

Other Versions (5 of 53)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Currents (LP, Violet, LP, Amber Translucent , All Media, Album, Limited Edition)Interscope RecordsB0023452-01US2015
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Currents (LP, Yellow, LP, Purple, All Media, Album, Limited Edition)Fiction Records4739489Europe2015
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Currents (2×LP, Album)Interscope RecordsB0023337-01US2015
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Currents (CD, Album, Digipak)Interscope RecordsB0023337-02US2015
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Currents (2×LP, Album, Gatefold)Fiction Records473067-7Europe2015

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Reviews

  • Ungio_Nevar's avatar
    Ungio_Nevar
    This is their best album by far. Cry about it.
    • mr.furikuri's avatar
      mr.furikuri
      Edited 4 years ago
      A general rule of thumb I’ve learned is to avoid the US Interscope pressings and shoot for the 2015 European or Australian Fiction Pressings.

      This isn’t entirely firsthand knowledge but rather general information I’ve gathered from this site, steve hoffman forums, and reddit. Cheers!
      • isandco's avatar
        isandco
        Never mind the pressing, this album is shit. Hard to believe that this is by the same guys that made Innerspeaker and Lonerism. Can this even be qualified as psych rock? Sounds more like synth-pop and not the good kind. I guess Kevin's dream of people "dancing" to their music, pretty much killed their sound.
        • saltyceedog's avatar
          saltyceedog
          New collectors edition announced which is available from the website: https://www.tameimpala.com/store/tame-impala-currents-vinyl-box
          • TylerLethersin's avatar
            The Color release is really cool. My copy (The US Version) sounds pretty alight. I think side C & D sound better, but side A & B are also good. I don't own the European version. I think it's weird that the US got gold/Orange & lavender/Violet as the colored release. The gold looks amazing tho & im not complaining at all, I just find it so weird. Personally I think the European version (Yellow & Purple) go better with the album's theme. I don't own that copy yet, but I've been told it sounds a lot better then the US pressings, but I hear that about almost every album pressed on vinyl now. I think the yellow & purple are very unique on the European version. The purple & yellow look so shiny & idk, I just love the look. The US lavender reminds me of Lana Del Rey's ultraviolence urban outfitters pressing, but the lavander is a really pretty color.
            • adam01's avatar
              adam01
              Edited 7 years ago
              At first listen, I was not very impressed with this album. Out of the gate I liked "let it Happen", but the rest was a little syrupy and mellow dramtic.

              Now, after a few months and revisiting it, I can appreciate it for what it is. The music seems to be coming from a man that has found success, left a relationship and kicked off a new one. Its kind of hard to hate on someones uber happiness, potentially falling in love and having the clear head space to drip drop his clean liquid vile all day long without a care in the world... Its cool... its free... its his current.
              • vitbabenco's avatar
                vitbabenco
                What a Load of Glitter Balls!
                To my great chagrin this time around Tame Impala moved from neo-psychedelia to unimaginative synthpop. “All this running around, trying to cover my shadow, a notion growing inside, now all the others seem shallow. All this running around, bearing down on my shoulders, I can hear an alarm, it must be morning.” “Let It Happen” is a huge disco turd and farther on their stuff becomes even worse. So those Currents are just currents in the sea of hogwash.
                • Shaneski75's avatar
                  Shaneski75
                  Stay away from Tame Impala on Vinyl ??!?! - fucking jokers - invest in your set up. Telstar turntables with tesco carts and usb ports for your nan to rip her Val Doonican plates aint gonna cut the mustard - so much fucking hipster bulllshit.....flame at will. Peace
                  • Mauritsbaas's avatar
                    Mauritsbaas
                    Best album of 2015 for sure!
                    • reddskii's avatar
                      reddskii
                      Is this is the lenticular print or just a little postcards????

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