BeirutNo No No

Label:4AD – CADD 3525, 4AD – CAD 3525
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue
Country:UK & Europe
Style:Indie Rock


A2No No No
A3At Once
A4August Holland
A5As Needed
B4So Allowed

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Front cover sticker: "Limited edition blue vinyl | Includes download code". The same sleeve was used for both the limited edition blue vinyl and the regular edition black vinyl. A sticker on the back cover shrink-wrap shows the barcode for the limited edition blue vinyl (6 52637 35258 0) and covers the barcode printed on the sleeve (6 52637 35251 1), which corresponds to the regular edition black vinyl.

First 100 copies shipped with signed poster.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sleeve): 6 52637 35251 1
  • Barcode (Sticker): 6 52637 35258 0
  • Barcode (Sticker (Scanned)): 652637352580
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Etched)): CAD 3525-A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Stamped)): STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Etched)): CAD 3525-B MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Stamped)): STERLING

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
No No No (CD, Album, Digisleeve)4ADCAD 3525CDUS2015
New Submission
No No No (LP, Album)4ADCAD 3525Europe2015
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No No No (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue )4ADCAD 3525USA & Canada2015
New Submission
No No No (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue)4ADCAD 3525Europe2015
New Submission
No No No (CD, Album)4ADCAD 3525CDUK & Europe2015



  • cklein11's avatar
    The number of true crooners working the world's indie rock circuit can be counted on one hand. Chief among them is Beirut's Zach Condon. His unmistakable singing style makes No, No, No a unique listening experience.

    By this point in an inspired career, Condon has come around the bend from his early inspirational world music-tinged releases to a more honed-in singer/songwriter model. This, Beirut's 4ad debut, is another flight of fancy in his feathered cap.

    A word of warning: this is not the high-water mark for this band. However, it is an endlessly enjoyable suite of well-sung songs of interest to those familiar with Zach and his merry band of music makers. I would put this as the logical extension of the RealPeople Holland release from 2009.

    This release features Beirut at its funkiest and most joyful, yet it wouldn't be a Beirut album without a dirge or two . Playful piano melodies feature throughout the record and the band's every-instrument-but-the-kitchen-sink ethos is in full effect. “Fener”, “Gibraltar” and the title track lead the way and are some of the band's finest songs.

    Just say Yes, Yes, Yes! I couldn't resist and nor should you.


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