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OughtSun Coming Down

Label:Constellation – CST115-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Post-Punk, Indie Rock

Tracklist

A1Men For Miles
A2Passionate Turn
A3The Combo
A4Sun's Coming Down
B1Beautiful Blue Sky
B2Celebration
B3On the Line
B4Never Better
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Notes

Includes a printed inner sleeve, a poster with cover artwork and a download code for the entiere album.

From the sticker on the shrink:
Made In Canada

From the printed inner sleeve:
All tracks track'd at Hotel2Tango
in Montréal by [...].
Mastered by [...] at Greymarket.

Pressing plant is uncredited, derived from runout stamps.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrink): 6 66561 01151 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): BF94057-01 A1 KR +˄
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): BF94057-01 B1 KR ˅˅

Other Versions (1)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Sun Coming Down (CD, Album)ConstellationCST115-2Canada2015

Reviews

vanwolf's avatar
vanwolf
poster included?
Donsounds's avatar
Donsounds
Excellent alternative rock..But again, why does it have to sound so shitty!!!? Constellation again puts out good music, but not even worth it to buy a vinyl copy because their recording/sound mastering is so bad. I guess it would play fine on any cheap mp3 player, or streaming service, but when you buy a vinyl copy, you expect better than this. There are too many independent labels out there satisfied with the "norm" of the industry: pushing levels to the max and compressing the hell out of the music...And they wonder why people are going deaf?! As independent labels, they should strive to do something different and better than what the major labels are doing...With the "return" of vinyl, there is no reason we should accept the malpractice started by Motown in the 70's and perfected by the major record labels when the CD came to market. Just to think that low budget recordings made in the 70's sound better than this...Just compare the reissue of "the Modern Lovers" with this one and you'll understand. For further information or to educate yourselves about what i am writing about here, see "The dynamic range database" and "the war against Loudness". Thank you.