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P J Harvey - Uh Huh Her Album

P J Harvey - Uh Huh Her Album
  • Performer: P J Harvey
  • Title: Uh Huh Her
  • Genre: Rock
  • Cat #: LP8143/986 639-6
  • Label: Not On Label
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • FLAC size 1178 mb
  • MP3 size: 2269 mb
  • Record From Vinyl, LP, Album, Unofficial Release


1The Slow Drug
2The Darker Days Of Me And Him
3Who The Fuck?
4The Pocket Knife
5No Child Of Mine
6The Desperate Kingdom Of Love
7The End
8The Letter
9The Life And Death Of Mr. Badmouth
10You Come Through
11Cat On The Wall
12It's You


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
986 6711, 986 671-1P J Harvey Uh Huh Her ‎(CD, Album)Island Records, Island Records Group, Island Records986 6711, 986 671-1Europe2004
9866713PJ Harvey Uh Huh Her ‎(CD, Album)Island Records9866713Israel2004
ILPS 8143, 986 639-6P J Harvey Uh Huh Her ‎(LP, Album)Island Records, Island RecordsILPS 8143, 986 639-6UK & Ireland2004
CID 8143, 986 671-2PJ Harvey Uh Huh Her ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Island Records, Island RecordsCID 8143, 986 671-2UK2004
MR-798-2PJ Harvey Uh Huh Her ‎(CD, Album)Moon Records MR-798-2Ukraine2004


On spine artist, album, catalogue number can be found.
On back sleeve there is only artwork printed, no record label, no logo or any identifiers, no barcode, label code, copyright owners, Island Records doesn't appear in any way on this release.
On labels of disc: side A: artwork, side B: artist name and tracklist in artwork style.


  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side A): LPS 8143 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side B): LPS 8143 B


Uh Huh Her is the sixth studio album by English alternative rock musician PJ Harvey. The album was written, recorded and produced over a two-year period by the singer-songwriter herself. She also played every instrument on the album the first such project since 4-Track Demos in 1993 with the exception of the final drum tracks, added by long-time collaborator Rob Ellis. It was released on 31 May 2004 in the United Kingdom, and 8 June 2004 in the United States. Songs in album PJ Harvey - Uh Huh Her 2004. PJ Harvey - The Life and the Death of Mr. PJ Harvey - Shame. PJ Harvey - Who the Fuck 1K. PJ Harvey - Pocket Knife. PJ Harvey - The Letter. PJ Harvey - The Slow Drug. PJ Harvey - No Child of Mine. PJ Harvey - Cat on the Wall. PJ Harvey - You Come Through. The Life & Death Of Mr. That album was a bid for the mainstream that Harvey said she made just to see if she could this album sounds like she made it because she had to. However, despite the playful tantrum Who the Fuck and the noisy mix of pent-up erotic longing and frustration that is The Letter, Uh Huh Her isn't the Rid of Me redux that one might envision as a reaction to the previous album's gloss. Instead, Harvey uses some of each of the sounds and ideas that she has explored throughout her career. Since her 1992 debut, PJ Harvey has purposefully defied characterization, each new record deliberately and meticulously exploring a new facet of her guitar-heavy sound. On her eighth album, she goes full-tilt indie rock, playing all instruments except drums, recording a full minute of seagull calls Seagulls , and featuring a two-minute, expletive-filled tantrum. Shes as strident as ever, singing You cant make me be a wife on dark folk ballad The Pocket Knife , while The Letter sees Harvey reveling in her sexuality. Uh Huh Her U. Version PJ Harvey. Uh Huh Her. PJ Harvey. Released May 31, 2004. Uh Huh Her Tracklist. The Life & Death of Mr. Badmouth Huh Her is the sixth studio album by English alternative rock musician PJ Harvey. read Huh Her was the sixth studio album by PJ Harvey. The album was written and recorded over a two-year period in Dorset, East Devon and Los Angeles. Much of the recording was done alone by Harvey using her four-track and eight-track home studio, guitar, keyboards and drum machine. For the first time since 1993s 4-Track Demos album, she produced it herself and played every instrument bar the final drum tracks, which were handled by her longtime collaborator Rob Ellis. Final recording and mixing was done by Head at the Presshouse Studio in rural East Devon in the autumn and winter of 2003. Album 2004 14 Songs. Every time a new album's announced, part of her audience hopes she'll step up again as the loudest, boldest female guitar hero. It's not that Harvey sounds tame these days: Her confidence on stage and her edgy glamour have kept pace with her voice, which she has developed into one of the most powerful and seductive in rock. But even if guitars dominate Uh Huh Her, the album ignores all expectations. Harvey plays everything but drums, and you can recognize her rough and earthy tone on the electric, played like she's molding clay


Comments: (6)
Don't want to say it, but its not a bad sound, apart from the pressing debris it arrived with. Has more depth and smoothness than the CD, but I guess it is sourced from the CD as it has the Seagulls track unless that is also on the vinyl original. All said it plays well on my LP12 with a bit more punch than a CD.
Does anyone have any comments on quality of this pressing?
Mine sounds great. Am disappointed that it is a bootleg (got mine from the Netherlands).
Glad to say mine sounds totally great - still one of the best sounding vinyls i own. Well, i don't have ever listened to the original LP, but own the original CD - which is no longer an option. An authentic stage with more depth and higher resolution of every instrument used, a clearness thats typicial for analog sources lets me believe the music on this bootleg was not a digital rip or something else and an original cannot sound that much better...
crapy quality
The pressing is a good one ?
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