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MgłaExercises In Futility

Label:Northern Heritage – NH-089, No Solace – NS-04
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Finland
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Black Metal

Tracklist

A1I
A2II
A3III
B1IV
B2V
B3VI
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Notes

3000 copies were pressed initially, an unknown amount have been repressed to meet demand (the label intends to keep the record perpetually in stock).
Back cover features lyrics.

[Side A vinyl label]:
Northern Heritage / No Solace 2015

[Side B vinyl label]:
Recorded Spring-Summer 2015 by [...] (dr) and [...] (g/b/v)
www.no-solace.com • www.northern-heritage.net

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrink-wrap): 18 0200000050740
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MGLA EXERCISES A MPO SST MW
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MGLA EXERCISES B MPO SST MW

Other Versions (5 of 11)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Exercises In Futility (CD, Album)Northern Heritage, No SolaceNH-089, NS-04Finland2015
New Submission
Exercises in Futility (6×File, FLAC, Album)No SolacenonePoland2015
New Submission
Exercises in Futility (6×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)No Solacenone2015
Exercises In Futility (LP, Album, Test Pressing)Northern Heritage, No SolacenoneFinland2015
Exercises In Futility (Cassette, Album)Northern Heritage, No SolacenoneFinland2016

Reviews

tristan86's profile picture
tristan86
Edited 2 years ago
Music: 4/5
Record: 4/5
It sounds OK. Just like CD. Only benefit you gain from vinyl is better dynamics. The record itself has off-center pressing on one side.
zoomoo318's profile picture
zoomoo318
large amount of music on both sides causes a pretty decent amount of inner groove distortion, at the end of III and VI, but outside of that it is a nice sounding record
al53's profile picture
al53
From Mgła Facebook:
"The represses are identical to the first pressing. Same masters, same design, same factory. The aim is to keep the album in stock for years to come, so if it sells out again at some point, it will be repressed again. To the extent of our control, we try to keep Mgła outside the limited/die-hard/rare/OOP collector (and/or speculant) approach and instead opt for long term availability of our records, even if at times it can take a while to repress or reissue items."