Ad

Release

Marketplace

3 For Sale from $25.58
Ad
Ad

Statistics

  • Have:

    291
  • Want:

    294
  • Avg Rating:

    4.42 / 5
  • Ratings:

    59
  • Last Sold:

  • Lowest:

    $20.93
  • Median:

    $25.74
  • Highest:

    $27.85

Videos (10)

Edit
Ad

Sophie (42)Product

Label:Numbers. – NMBRS48, Numbers. – NMBRS48CD
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Pop
Style:Bass Music, Dance-pop, Trap, UK Garage

Tracklist

1Bipp3:00
2Elle3:44
3Lemonade1:58
4Hard2:54
5Msmsmsm3:35
6Vyzee3:22
7L.O.V.E3:38
8Just Like We Never Said Goodbye3:08
Ad

Credits

Notes

Compilation of previously released singles.

Glossy black CD.

NMBRS48 is printed on the inner-sleeve, NMBRS48CD is printed on the CD.

This release is officially titled 'Product', but this is nowhere to be found on the physical release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K3
  • Barcode: 5 060163 490914 >

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Product (CD, Compilation)Beat Records, Numbers.BRC-493Japan2015
New Submission
Product (CD, Compilation, Promo, Watermarked)Numbers.WW21UK2015
New Submission
Product (8×File, FLAC, Compilation, 24 Bits)Numbers.NMBRS48CD2015
Product (CD, Album, Compilation, Limited Edition, Pink Silicone Bubble Case)Numbers., Numbers.NMBRS48, NMBRS48CDUK2016

Reviews

BillyBathmat's profile picture
BillyBathmat
This is getting a repress on Numbers very soon! It'll be shipping in July - pre-order "to guarantee copies" here: https://nmbrs.bandcamp.com/album/product
ctrlqwerty's profile picture
ctrlqwerty
Maybe Product should be listed as a 4 x 12" release as well? None of them have cover art outside of the sleeves, and the records appear to be the same if you buy individually, but I definitely purchased all four vinyl as a set that was labeled as "Product" directly from the Numbers label. Might be good for people who want them all in one place.
JosiahStarMusic's profile picture
JosiahStarMusic
Why is 'Bipp' shortened on this compilation? It's not that big of a deal, but on the single version of Bipp, it's 3:43; why would they cut off the beginning? Very confusing…
worldlessmusic's profile picture
worldlessmusic
i dont know how to feel about l. o. v. e.
shmackydoo's profile picture
shmackydoo
I always wonder who did the vocals for the album. I love the flavor and the excited tone and the cheerinesss really works with the whole sound of the album.
greekthenick's profile picture
greekthenick
Just like "Steal this Album!", this collection of singles sounds more coherent and interesting than many other electronic albums of the same period. It's superficial, it's short, it's bubble gum pop AF, but I've listened to it multiple times and never had a single dull moment. "Bipp" sets the tone brilliantly ("However you're feeling, I can make you feel better") and it all gets crazy from there; from chill hip-hoppy beats like "Elle" to the crazy drums of "MSMSMSM" and the dance monster that is "Vyzee". Interestingly, the highlight of "Product" is its closing track, "Just Like We Never Said Goodbye"; a minimal masterpiece with massive synths, sped up female vocals and zero drums that I dare you to listen and not sigh thinking of your teenage crush.