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Sigur Rós - Liminal Remixes Album

Sigur Rós - Liminal Remixes Album
  • Performer: Sigur Rós
  • Title: Liminal Remixes
  • Genre: Rock
  • Cat #: XL920LP
  • Label: XL Recordings
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Date of release: 21 Apr 2018
  • FLAC size 1256 mb
  • MP3 size: 1062 mb
  • Record From Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Reissue

Tracklist

1Ó Fridur (Liminal Remix)
2Kafari (Liminal Remix)
3Varúð (Liminal Remix)
4Ofbirta (Liminal Remix)
5Untitled 9 (Smaskifa) (Liminal Remix)
6Untitled 7 (Dauðalagið) (Liminal Remix)
7Untitled 6 (E-bow) (Liminal Remix)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KRUNK19LPSigur Rós Liminal Remixes (by Jónsi, Alex Somers & Paul Corley) ‎(LP, Ltd, Num)KrúnkKRUNK19LPIceland2017

Credits

  • RemixAlex Somers, Liminal , Paul Corley

Notes

SIGUR RÓS - LIMINIAL REMIXES RSD 2018 Limited Edition repressing of 1000

"long-time sigur rós collaborators alex somers and paul corley dive deep into the band’s catalogue to mine nuggets of pure ambient pleasure. drawing from the ( ), valtari and kveikur albums, the pair take both familiar and obscure moments and massage them into brand new blissed out states. ‘liminal’ is the identity used by alex and paul, plus jónsi, for live soundbaths, as well as a plan for an endless streaming playlist. featured tracks: untitled #6, untitled #7. previously unreleased."

sigur rós are releasing a series of four limited-edition vinyl albums for record store day u.k. (april 21). originally released with handmade sleeves by icelandic artist sigga bjorg as part of the band’s norður og niður festival in iceland, the rare recordings can now be bought in a second limited edition run.
for the record store day u.k. release, each contributing artist chose his favourite sleeve from sigga’s 100 hand-mades to become the official sleeve for this record store day u.k. release.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 1 91404 09201 9

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ess Err Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Ess Err Ltd.
  • Licensed To – XL Recordings Ltd.

Album

Sigur Rós - Untitled 6 EBow Paul Corley Remix 12. Alex Somers - JB 13. Jónsi - Above, Below Alex Somers Remix 14. Paul Corley - Flux Excerpt 15. Alex Somers - Between Us Liminal Remix 16. Jónsi & Alex - Boy 1904 Welcome to Liminal. Liminal is an endless Sigur Rós ambient playlist which is live today, brought to you by Jónsi, Alex Somers and Paul Corley. It will be built over linear time into a never-finished project. Albums will be released, volumes added to. Liminal, both live and locally, takes the listener to a place neither here nor there a liminal space. Listen free to Sigur Rós Liminal Remixes Untitled 6 E-Bow Liminal remix, Varúð Liminal remix and more. 7 tracks . A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Sigur Rós. Liminal Remixes. Get album. long-time sigur rós collaborators alex somers and paul corley dive deep into the bands catalogue to mine nuggets of pure ambient pleasure. drawing from the , valtari and kveikur albums, the pair take both familiar and obscure moments and massage them into brand new blissed out states. liminal is the identity used by alex and paul, plus jónsi, for live. april 21. originally released with handmade sleeves by icelandic artist sigga bjorg as part of the bands norður og niður festival in. Sigur Rós - Gobbledigook 2009. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Sigur Rós - Gobbledigook Gluteus Maximus MixLost. Sigur Rós - Gobbledigook Flowing Remix Raw & BareLost. Total votes: 2. Other albums by Sigur Rós. Sigur Rós Presents Liminal Sleep. Ambient Post-Rock. Provided to YouTube by Krunk Boy 1904 Liminal Remix Sigur Rós Liminal 2018 Krunk Producer: Alex Somers Producer: Jónsi Writer: Alex Somers Writer: Jó sees sigur rós as if it were an eco-system. upon release on august 9, sigur rós presents liminal sleep will be added to the playlists below. subscribe to them to get liminal sleep. Liminal - an endless ambient mixtape curated by Jónsi, Alex Somers & Paul Corley. Sigur Rós spent the first three months of 2001 off the road, setting up their own studio and making their third album. Meanwhile, Ágætis Byrjun found a label in the U. and worldwide press became increasingly positive and varied both Entertainment Weekly and The Wire ran features on the band. The group began touring again in April, playing more shows in Europe, a handful in the States, and several more in Japan throughout the remainder of the year. Sigur Rós second record-their first to be widely heard outside their native Iceland-is one of those epochal, game-changing albums that redefined what is possible in rock music. The discography of Sigur Rós, an Icelandic post-rock group, consists of seven studio albums, three remix album, five extended plays, one soundtrack album, sixteen singles, twenty-three music videos and two video albums. Sigur Rós was formed in 1994 in Reykjavík, Iceland, by singer and guitarist Jón Þór Birgisson, bassist Georg Hólm and drummer Ágúst Ævar Gunnarsson. Sleep 6 - Sigur Rós. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Sigur Rós. 2019 experimental music

Comments: (5)
thrust
Wow! look at all the ridiculous capitalism of people taking advantage of a limited RSD release trying to get what ever price they make up for themselves...hmmm
Erthai
What Paverstuff is saying is simplistic and debatable. A ‘fair’ price for a music album is generally shared out amongst the many consumers, making it affordable. An album pressing of one would be very expensive as the consumer would have to pay for all the work gone into the album - the price couldn’t be afforded by most people. At the other end of the spectrum, with large press runs, artists (or producers) make a huge amount of money when a particular artist is successful and the item can be cheaper. Generally the system works when the artist and retailers within the system are allowed to set the price; not independent sellers, independent from the regular music distribution system.Limited editions are fine, they are seen for what they are and people are aware that if they want to ‘buy into whatever unique properties’ the ltd edition has they will have to pay a slightly higher price and usually there is a normal edition, so people who want the music, not whatever is limited, can have it. Generally the artists and producers set the price of the limited edition, but we all know that items are then let loose into the wider market at large and from there anything can happen regarding price. Some sellers are great, ask fair prices and some offer bargains, other sellers set high prices . . . of course these sellers are not the same, some are seen as good, others bad or exploitative.Again, the principle behind all this is an album of music is worth more than its price tag (especially bearing in mind the above-mentioned idea of the full cost being shared by the many), so can easily be exploited by an independent seller within the system of Capitalism if overpriced. Fans of the music will want the item because of their vested interests, emotional attachments etc, and it is these attachments which would be potentially exploited - hence the ‘ugliness’ of capitalism. The argument a fan doesn’t have to purchase an expensive item if it is not wanted is lame, ignoring the complex processes within an item's entire selling history and the relative actions of various sellers.Price, service and product description are all parts of the Capitalist system of selling which can be analysed and compared, deemed fair / unfair, potentially exploitative or illegal. It is true there are beauties to the Capitalist system, equally it is not void of its ugly side.
Mezilabar
One of the many beauties of capitalism is that they're only worth what someone is willing to pay for them... not what someone is asking for them.
MarF
These represses come with lots of static build up and bits of bits to boot - but a quick clean (for me: an anti-static gun and micro-fibre brush) it plays beautifully! Really nice pressing that doesn't suffer from the quality of the first run (so the stories go).
godlike
Yeah super staticky it’s kinda unreal to be honest. But glad to have even if one of the represses
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