Godspeed You Black Emperor! ‎– Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven

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Constellation ‎– cst012
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Storm (21:59)
A.1 Lift Yr. Skinny Fists, Like Antennas To Heaven...
Horns – Alfons (2), Brian*
5:30
A.2 Gathering Storm / Il Pleut À Mourir [+Clatters Like Worry] 6:03
A.3 "Welcome To Barco AM/PM..." [L.A.X.; 5/14/00]
A.4 Cancer Towers On Holy Road Hi-Way
Static (21:07)
B.1 Terrible Canyons Of Static 3:30
B.2 Atomic Clock.
B.3 Chart #3
B.4 World Police And Friendly Fire
B.5 [...+The Buildings They Are Sleeping Now]
Sleep (21:12)
C.1 Murray Ostril: "...They Don't Sleep Anymore On The Beach..."
C.2 Monheim
C.3 Broken Windows, Locks Of Love Pt. III. / 3rd Part
Horns – Alfons (2), Brian*
Antennas To Heaven...
D.1 Moya Sings "Baby-O"...
D.2 Edgyswingsetacid
D.3 [Glockenspiel Duet Recorded On A Campsite In Rhinebeck, N.Y.]
D.4 "Attention...Mon Ami...Fa-Lala-Lala-La-La..." [55-St.Laurent]
D.5 She Dreamt She Was A Bulldozer, She Dreamt She Was Alone In An Empty Field
D.6 Deathkamp Drone
D.7 [Antennas To Heaven...]

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Notes

Recorded at Chemical Sound during 9 days in February 2000. (other scraps of tape were magnetized all over the last 4 years at the mighty hôtel2tango.)

Made In Canada.

Comes in a gatefold sleeve packaged in a clear plastic sleeve with barcode and "Made in Canada" sticker. Includes the Constellation Records catalog sheet from Autumn 2000.

Comes with printed innersleeves.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 666561001216
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): CST-012-A GOLDEN JG 4145.1(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): CST-012-B GOLDEN JG 4145.2(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): CST-012-C GOLDEN JG 4145.3(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): CST-012-D GOLDEN JG 4145.4(3)

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IsoPahaKarhu

IsoPahaKarhu

December 24, 2017

Just listening to this on my ATLP120/AT95E/Pro-ject MaiA/Sony MDR 7506-combo, and holy dang this record sounds great!
pigammon

pigammon

October 4, 2017
Anybody (preferably in the UK) got a C/D side they could sell me? My copy only came with the first disc and the seller refused to replace it - gutted!
0dd1

0dd1

August 29, 2017
For those curious about the vinyl vs. CD differences, this forum post gives a pretty good rundown: http://www.escapistmagazine.com/forums/read/326.256835-Small-Waves-reviews-Godspeed-You-Black-Emperor-F-A-infinity-Vinyl-vs-CD
crowvillerecords

crowvillerecords

August 28, 2016

I think all the differences in peoples copies are due to this being repressed multiple times. I have a copy I bought new in 2000 (probably a first press) and it still sounds amazing after several plays and 16 years. Always has been better and warmer than the cd. Likely with each repress the quality is going down. I only say that because this lp is still and always has been avalible. Constilation will not let top sellers go out of print. Probably a ton of different newer/older pressings floating around.
BaB64

BaB64

July 9, 2016
My record sounds amazing. There is a few pops here and there but overall it sounds great!
MaskdCat

MaskdCat

February 29, 2016
My copy is fantastic, and with the great price buying directly from Constellation... its an incredibly valuable buy. Well worth it.
mtngchi

mtngchi

February 28, 2016

My copy has nearly zero surface noise, but all four sides are slightly off-centered. Doesn't really affect the sound but gets on my nerves regardless.
SmashingManson

SmashingManson

November 8, 2015
I'm not sure why people are complaining about the sound, mines sounds better than the mp3 without a doubt, very little surface noise and certainly not muddy.
gerbils99

gerbils99

August 15, 2015
For sound quality you're better off with the digital release. Very narrow, muddy and lacking drive. Get it cheap directly from Constellation, better yet get the CD.
T.J.E

T.J.E

May 7, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
My copy has a ton of surface noise at the beginning of each side, it's worse on the A/B disc. Anyone else have this problem? I got mine at Amoeba and I'm 100% sure it was new. Also, my records came in the sleeves where the guy is being scolded for A/B and the guy is getting his hands cut off for C/D, but it seems like it should be the reverse. Is that normal?

Also worth noting that my inner sleeves are different from the pictures. Both sides of the sleeves are the same height on mine, in the pics the side made up of photos is shorter.