Tame Impala ‎– The Slow Rush

Label:
Island Records ‎– 7757950, Interscope Records ‎– 7757950, Fiction Records ‎– 7757950, Caroline International ‎– 7757950
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Red w/ Gold Splodge
Vinyl, LP, Light Blue w/ Gold Splodge
All Media, Album, Limited Edition, 180gm
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A1 One More Year
A2 Instant Destiny
A3 Borderline
B1 Posthumous Forgiveness
B2 Breathe Deeper
B3 Tomorrow's Dust
Vocals [Additional] – Sophie Lawrence (2)
C1 On Track
C2 Lost In Yesterday
C3 Is It True
D1 It Might Be Time
D2 Glimmer
D3 One More Hour

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Notes

Exclusive coloured 2LP.
Housed in a double gatefold jacket, pressed on 180gm vinyl.
Side A/B red vinyl w/ central gold splodge, side C/D light blue vinyl w/ central gold splodge.
A3 Poster & digital download card included (in some territories).

Made in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 02577 57950 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602577579509
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 7757956-A BJ92653-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 7757956-B BJ92653-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 7757956-C BJ92653-02 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 7757956-D BJ92653-02 D1

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JarvisFunk

JarvisFunk

July 16, 2020
There's 52 of these things in the marketplace as I speak and people still think the starting price is 62 dollars? Don't support the flippers
DarthBane

DarthBane

July 9, 2020

Upset this version didn't come with the extra 7" since it was purchased directly from Tame Impala's online shop. Nonetheless, the pressing quality is solid with some surface noise, primarily on sides A & B. Also the color splodge looks very nice and fitting with the album art.
Reinder

Reinder

April 13, 2020
edited 5 months ago
My pressing is excellent, no surface noise whatsoever (even though there are some spots visible under a bright light). The gold splodge looks pretty cool as well. As for the sound, this pressing has a lot of detail. Although I find it's a bit heavy on the bass and light on the vocals, the bass is very tight and sounds punchy as hell. So nothing to complain here.

I've listened to the record a couple times now. I don't think this is Parker's best work. Overall it sounds a bit overproduced, which make the album as a whole sound somewhat messy. But there are some really good tracks on here, with Borderline being the absolute highlight.
J-Ohm

J-Ohm

March 3, 2020

My copy has surface pitting on both sides of record one, but only in first two songs. More in the first couple minutes of the first song, but still all the way through song two, both sides. I heard it first and thought it was dirty. Cleaned it and could still hear the "whiishh whiishh whiishh". When I get the light reflection just right, I can see pea sized and smaller craters. They are very shallow, but they do affect the sound. Going to reach out, but doubt I'll have any luck.
cornlodef

cornlodef

March 3, 2020

Hi! For those who want to pay less still some copies on this french Tame Impala e-shop. I bought mine a few days ago! https://www.difymusic.com/universal-music-store-tame-impala#!double-vinyle-album-name

Cheers!
mm420rbital

mm420rbital

March 3, 2020
SO GLAD I’ve been checking everyone’s comments on this particular pressing... Just checked the Urban Outfitters closest to me and snagged the last copy! There might still be some left out there folks
caleb.trnr

caleb.trnr

February 28, 2020
I also found one at Urban Outfitters today! $40 there. Which is expensive, but not like on here.
rpaiello

rpaiello

February 21, 2020
my first disc is full of surface noise... :( anyone know any possible treatments???
levitz

levitz

February 21, 2020
Beautiful album and the pressing is magnificent. Really bummed mine didn't come with a download code, though. Nevertheless, getting my hands on this vinyl variant was well worth it.
JShea317

JShea317

February 20, 2020
Finally got my copy today, and it was worth the wait. The album itself is amazing. Another masterpiece from Kevin Parker.

The vinyl is beautiful and sounds incredible. Disc One is exceptionally beautiful. It goes perfect with the album art. It may be my favorite piece of vinyl in my entire collection.