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Tame Impala - Innerspeaker Scaricare
Titolo:
Innerspeaker
Interprete:
Tame Impala
Stile:
Psychedelic Rock
Rilasciato:
2010
Numero di catalogo:
MODCD126
Paese:
Australia
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2321 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2826 mb
Genere:
Etichetta:
Modular Recordings

Tracklist


1The Bold Arrow Of Time
Bass – Dom SimperDrums – Jay WatsonGuitar [Guitar on Interlude (After Bold Arrow of Time)] – Jay Watson
4:25
2Expectation6:03
3Alter Ego4:48
4Jeremy's Storm5:28
5It Is Not Meant To Be5:22
6Solitude Is Bliss
Drum – Jay Watson
3:56
7I Don't Really Mind3:46
8Desire Be Desire Go4:26
9Runway, Houses, City, Clouds
Guitar [Additional Guitar] – Dom Simper
7:15
10Lucidity
Handclaps – Tansie Bennetts
4:32
11Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind3:19


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MODVL128Tame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(2x12", Album, Ltd)Modular RecordingsMODVL128Australia2010
MODCD126, MODCD126RTTame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(CD, Album, Enh + CD, Ltd)Modular Recordings, Modular RecordingsMODCD126, MODCD126RTUK2010
MODCD126Tame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Modular RecordingsMODCD126US2010
MODVL128Tame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(2xLP, Album, RE)Modular RecordingsMODVL128USUnknown
3794792Tame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, Dig)Fiction Records, Caroline Records3794792UK & EuropeUnknown
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MODCD126, MODCD126RTTame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(CD, Album, Enh + CD, Ltd)Modular Recordings, Modular RecordingsMODCD126, MODCD126RTUK2010
MODCD126Tame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Modular RecordingsMODCD126US2010
MODVL128Tame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(2xLP, Album, RE)Modular RecordingsMODVL128USUnknown
3794792Tame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, Dig)Fiction Records, Caroline Records3794792UK & EuropeUnknown
MODVL128Tame Impala Innerspeaker ‎(2xLP, Album, RP)Modular RecordingsMODVL128US2011


Crediti


  • Engineer [Engineered By]Tim Holmes
  • Mixed ByDave Fridmann
  • Recorded By [Additional Recording By]Rob
  • Vocals, InstrumentsKevin Parker
  • Written-By, Producer [Produced By], Recorded ByKevin Parker
  • A&RDreamtime & Walkabout
  • Design [Artwork]Leif Podhajsky
  • EngineerTim Holmes
  • Mastered ByDave Calbi
  • Mixed ByDave Fridmann
  • Producer, Recorded By, Written-By, Vocals, InstrumentsKevin Parker


Note


First pressing cut at 45rpm. Only 500 copies pressed. Comes with download voucher.

Recorded June - August 2009 at Wave House Injidup, Western Australia.
Additional Recording at Poon's Head in Fremantle and at home.
Mixed at Tarbox Road Studios, Cassadaga, NY.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.

Later reissued on a 33 ⅓ RPM cut.Written, Recorded and Produced by Kevin Parker
Except Interlude (After Bold Arrow of Time) Written by Jay Watson and Kevin Parker

All Vocals and Instruments by Kevin Parker except where noted
Recorded June - August 2009 at Wave House, Injidup, Western Australia
Additional Recording by Rob at Poon's Head in Fremantle and at Home

Engineered by Tim Holmes. Mixed by David Fridmann at Tarbox Road Studios, Cassadaga, NY.
Dave Fridmann Managed by Peter Shershin for Breathing Protection. Mastered by Dave Calbi at Sterling Sound.

Marketed and Distributed by Universal Music Australia.

Contains Link to a Now Expired 'Digital Locker'


Codici a barre


  • Barcode: 0 60257 375380
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV87
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6543
  • Matrix / Runout: [Universal ANZ logo] MODCD126 A0100941638X0101 12
  • Barcode (Text): 8 79198 00572 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 879198005728
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 88080M 1/A PIRATES PRESS - MODCD126 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 88080M 2/A PIRATES PRESS - MODCD126 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): 88080M 3/A PIRATES PRESS - MODCD126 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): 88080M 4/A PIRATES PRESS - MODCD126 D


Aziende


  • Marketed By – Universal Music Australia
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Australia
  • Manufactured By – Universal ANZ
  • Pressed By – Sony DADC Australia – A0100941638X0101
  • Recorded At – Poons Head
  • Recorded At – Wave House
  • Recorded At – Wave House
  • Recorded At – Poons Head
  • Mixed At – Tarbox Road Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Manufactured By – Pirates Press
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 88080M


Video



Album


InnerSpeaker 2011 - download the album and listen online. Most important - you can download the album InnerSpeaker to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Tame Impala - Innerspeaker 2010. Kudos are perhaps in order to neo-psych mainstay Dave Fridmann, who mans the mixing boards here with a relish and restraint that helps make this one of the most tasteful and tasty records on his recent résumé. Tame Impala - Solitude Is Bliss. The result is a cleanly executed and frequently dazzling debut: Innerspeaker is a psychedelia-heavy outing that toys with paisley pop, stoner vibes, and an expansive array of swirling guitars. Listen free to Tame Impala Innerspeaker It Is Not Meant to Be, Desire Be Desire Go and more. Despite a classic power trio configuration and relatively limited use of overdubbing, the album frequently feels so sonically massive, so thick with ringing guitars, walls of effects, and tremendous, reverberating drums, that it's hard to believe it's the work of a mere threesome. Tame Impala. Innerspeaker is the debut studio album by Australian musical project Tame Impala. Innerspeaker Q&A. InnerSpeaker - Tame Impala. Most of the recording was undertaken by Kevin Parker. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Alternative free to Tame Impala Innerspeaker It Is Not Meant to Be, Desire Be Desire Go and more. In the lead-up to the release of Innerspeaker, four small video snippets were released through their YouTube channel, showing them practicing the songs, The Bold Arrow o. The album was supported by 4 singles, being Solitude Is Bliss , Lucidity , Expectation , and Why Wont You Make Up Your Mind. Tame Impala - Make Up Your Mind. Listen online and stay in a good mood. 11 tracks 53:50. Innerspeaker was acclaimed by critics for its reminiscence of 1960s psychedelic rock and was recognized as the 83rd Best Album of the Decade So Far by Pitchfork in August 2014. The album appeared on Pitchforks 100 best albums of the decade so far, in August 2014. Recorded at a remote beach shack in Western Australia during the winter of 2009, the album was released on 21 May 2010 by Modular Recordings. Perth three-piece Tame Impala play with some of the ingredients of arena rock as well but do so in aid of more leftfield, organic sounds and interesting excursions. Tame Impala - Desire Be Desire Go. Tame Impala brings back the sounds of 60s psych like it's nobody's business, but I can't. Tame Impala - Runway Houses City Clouds. Alternative is the debut album by Australian rock band Tame Impala, released on May 21st, 2010. On first listen, Innerspeaker provides a lot of dots to connect: There are patches of late-60s American psychedelia, buzzy Motor City riffage, and decades of British pop, ranging from the pastoral pop of the Kinks to the vivid expansiveness o. Tame Impala brings back the sounds of 60s psych like it's nobody's business, but I can't. Язык: Русский. Album 2010 11 Songs. 11 tracks 53:22. Tame Impala - I Dont Really Mind. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The album peaked at number 4 on the ARIA Charts and was certified platinum in the country. Tame Impala - Expectations. Psychedelic Rock. To favorites 15 Download album. Tame Impala - Alter Ego. Listen album. Tame Impala - Bold Arrow of Time. Innerspeaker is the debut album by Australian rock band Tame Impala, released on May 21st, 2010. The album was produced entirely by frontman Kevin Parker. Despite a classic power trio configuration and relatively limited use of overdubbing, the album frequently feels so sonically massive, so thick with ringing guitars, walls of effects, and tremendous, reverberating drums, that it's hard to believe it's the work of a mere threesome. Album: InnerSpeaker 2011. Innerspeaker is the debut album by Australian psychedelic rock band Tame Impala, released by Modular Recordings on 21 May 2010 in Australia. Tame Impala - Jeremys Storm. Tame Impala - Lucidity. Innerspeaker - Tame Impala. Tame Impala had previously released their self-titled EP in 2008 and single Sundown Syndrome in 2009. Tame Impala- Innerspeaker ALBUM REVIEW. Страна: США

Recensioni:
  • wanderpool
can someone fill me in on what im missing here? what makes this limited?
  • Golden freddi
I believe, it being in 45 rpm and coming with a free digital formatted download, makes this a limited addition.
  • Kajishakar
This one is played at 45RPM. All other pressings play at 33RPM.
  • Tinavio
This is a psychedelic rock album. But it doesn't mean anything to you unless you listen and like it. This is not a 60s or 70s emulator - this is a band who can take all those influences, elements, use appropriate "style" effects - but still sound unique and interesting. If you don't like it you will think "oh another Pink Floyd or "......." clone" - if you like what Tame Impala do - you must love this album. I discovered them as late as last year and so proud of it, their music shone at many of my single-life-esque evenings. Great band and Kevin is a great guy. There.
  • Ƀ⁞₳⁞Ð Ƀ⁞Ǿ⁞Ɏ
I preordered my copy from Modular quite a few months before it came out, the moment I heard runways...etc on Stereogum, but it took AGES to arrive- I had to chase them cos it was already in shops. I strongly suspect it sold better than they expected so they hurriedly did another pressing. Was supposed to be five hundred, but there's no way.
  • superstar
It's strange—given how old this album is and how popular the band have become—that there's no discussion here about how much better this pressing sounds than the others. I've had the original Abbey Road mastered UK pressing since shortly after release, and have always been underwhelmed with how murky and distorted it sounds. And then I ponied up for this 45 rpm version and—holy shit—the difference is enormous. It's like listening to the album with new ears, like a wet towel has been removed from the speakers. It's so lively, so crisp and dynamic. I always suspected it was just a bit of a lo-fi recording, but it's not that at all. There's so much more going on in the music than I've ever heard. If you're a fan of this record (and, let's face it, it's their best album) but are put off by the price it goes for, just save up. It's worth it. This is how it was meant to be heard. Maybe a better pressing will eventually come out again, but all the 33rpm pressings are crap from what I've read (and experienced).
  • GawelleN
Does anyone have 2 first records. Mine came with 2 records C and D and no A and B. I will trade. thank you.
  • Androwyn
I have a copy of this record that has TML-M in the runout grooves that looking online seems to indicate The Mastering Lab.So it seems like there is a remastering of this record out that isn't listed here. I compared some shots of side b with the regular US release, and it def looks different mainly having more runout space in the center of the records.I guess ill be making a new release for it.edit:There is also a small change in the text that circles the label.The originals say around the label:MANUFACTURED AND DISTRIBUTED BY FONTANA DISTRIBUTATION, LLCNew version:MANUFACTURED BY UNIVERSAL MUSIC ENTERPRISES. A DIVISION OF UMG RECORDINGS, INC.
  • Anyshoun
I've just received this one and the TML-M pressing for Lonerism - didn't actually want these, I might order the UK fiction pressings too. How do yours sound? I dont have my deck set up at the moment as I'm moving house. they are very flat at least! Thanks.
  • Visonima
I've owned this record for 3 years and I'm still unsure about this. I own a gatefold 2xLP version at 45 rpm, my barcode matches the 45 rpm barcode in the picture posted by HeroKid below. I have the runout engravings listed for this version. BUT I bought this record for $20 in a record store in San Luis Obispo, CA. I still have trouble believing I was lucky enough to just pick up 1 of the 500 pressing in some random US record store for $20. Does anyone have anymore information on the pressing history for this record?
  • Lyrtois
Similar story here. I have a 45RPM pressing, which I purchased at a store in Minneapolis, 3+ years back. I do remember that Insound had exclusive initial US distribution of this title, as per the Insound website. Not sure if our local shops ordered through them wholesale or what. Modular probably kept pressing the 45RPM until the current version was available for widespread distro/sales, which could have been a couple thousand, maybe more, I don't know. This is just my opinion.Different lacquers and manufacturers, probably changed to make it (33RPM) a more universal pressing for convenience and international distro.
  • Cerar
I'm pretty sure there were 3 pressings of the original 45rpm release, as it turned up in store/online catalogues twice after the original release hit the streets. 1500 copied in existance?
  • Cogelv
I agree 1500 sounds like a truer figure. I by NO MEANS jumped on this release and got a 45RPM through Insound.
  • Yozshubei
Limited to 500 copies but 675 (and counting) people on Discogs ALONE own this?? That's rich.
  • Tisicai
I have a first press, 2x45. mine came with a pack of skins (rolling papers).
  • Monn
It is almost impossible that the 45rpm is limited to 500, right? It is for sale practically all the time, on both discogs and eBay.
  • Abywis
Hmm sounds interesting and it would explain a lot, at the moment there are again 8(!) copies for sale...
  • Jan
I preordered the LP the summer when it came out and I have one of the initial 500 pressed on 45rpm. By August I think the LP was sold out from Modular. I saw them when they toured the states a few months later and played at the Echoplex in LA (sometime in December). At the show they had more copies of the LP so I bought a 2nd one. When I took it home and listened, it was also on 45rpm. To my knowledge there was a 2nd pressing of the 45rpm version BEFORE they did the pressing of the LP on 33rpm. So in short, there are more than 500. I'm not sure how many but definitely more than 500.
  • Steel_Blade
I feel as there was a long lead up to establishing the difference between the first and second press alot of people are confused as to what they have. the 500 was pretty much just distributed between Australia and the UK, then the 33rpm cut was in the US and now wide spread
  • Mora
Yeah that must be it then. Such a shame haha
  • Gerceytone
ReinderOkay, well maybe the have count on this page also surprised me a bit. But probably a lot of people owning the 33 rpm have added this one to their collection then. I found the announcement of the release by Modular yesterday, stating it is limited to 500. So I believe it's genuine then too. Thanks for the reply!I agree with you that the "have" count is probably far off. There was a lot of confusion for a while regarding this release, even after the different UPC's were posted. I have also seen some other releases in which the have count exceeded the pressed amount. I'm sure that plenty of users on this site simply add the first release of an album regardless of which pressing they actually own.
  • Shaktizragore
Okay, well maybe the have count on this page also surprised me a bit. But probably a lot of people owning the 33 rpm have added this one to their collection then. I found the announcement of the release by Modular yesterday, stating it is limited to 500. So I believe it's genuine then too. Thanks for the reply!
  • Cordabor
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  • OCARO
As everyone should know by now, Modular did no such thing. The LPs of the first limited pressing of 500 copies play at 45 rpm. The subsequent pressings are 33 1/3 rpm.
  • Naa
http://i.imgur.com/mWI75.jpgThe above image should prove to be useful for all of the confused public out there ;)It is the difference between the bar-codes of the two editions.
  • Ungall
(retracted)
  • digytal soul
there are 2 different runouts between original and reissue!
  • Kison
There is an engraved text near the center of the record saying something like Michael @ abbeyroad or something (can't really remember the name exactly). Maybe That could distinguish them.
  • Ohatollia
True2 you're right. I've ordered mine directly from modular people in Australia. It was mentioned on the website "Seciond pressing". That means that the first pressing was strickly limited to 500 copies. But there's no differences between both. they have EXACTLY the same serial number, and are STRICKTLY identical.BTW, LP still available.
  • Saimath
I have both first and second pressing and there's nothing to distinguish them.Barcodes, runouts etc. even download coupon.Perhaps Modular used a different coding on the download code itself which may help?
  • Zolorn
Thanks for the clarification. I figured that was the case as it was repressed months after the first press. I wrote to Modular and stated questions and concerns with no reply. I think what is the most frustrating is when you go out of your way to get a limited pressing and the label decides they are going to press more because it did well. It is more and more common. I will never buy another record from them.
  • Gavikelv
The notes on this are correct, Modular penned and marketed this as a limited release of 500 for sales and then changed their minds once the lp did well and repressed it. This is dishonest and wrong.I don't know if the repress is exact, I am assuming so but I can't verify. So all those people buying them on ebay for a lot of money, save your dollars and buy it anywhere. I know a lot of people who bought this album under the pretenses that this was a 500 press.
  • Nahn
Hi True2. That's a pretty serious allegation to make against Modular and Insound, who handled exclusive distibution of the LP by mailorder in the US. While I'm inlcinded to be suspicious of the record industry as a whole, can you verify what you're posting? Thank you.