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  • Singer: Vulfpeck
  • Album: Vinyl Discography (2011-2014)
  • MP3: 1602 mb | FLAC/APE: 1270 mb | WMA: 1471 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Country: US
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 581
  • Format: AU VOC AHX DMF MMF MP1 MP2
Vulfpeck - Vinyl Discography (2011-2014)

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Tracklist

A1 Beastly 4:11
A2 It Gets Funkier 4:52
A3 Rango 4:30
A4 Cars Too 4:35
A5 Prom 4:00
A6 Tomboy 3:28
B1 Outro 4:36
B2 A Walk to Remember 5:05
B3 Adrienne & Adrianne 3:47
B4 It Gets Funkier II 5:12
B5 Barbara 4:09
B6 Mean Girls 4:09
C1 Wait for the Moment 3:51
C2 The Birdwatcher 2:35
C3 The Speedwalker 2:28
C4 My First Car 4:31
C5 Kuhmilch 74 BPM 2:11
C6 It Gets Funkier III 3:08
D1 Fugue State 2:42
D2 1612 3:20
D3 First Place 3:18
D4 Sky Mall 2:36
D5 Christmas in L.A. (Instrumental) 4:07
D6 Newsbeat 3:30
D7 Christmas in L.A. 4:07

Notes

"Perfect music to end the day with and help relieve the stress of the day. Wonderful rhythm and groovy vibes to meditate or just sit and relax with." —Jeannie

"Favorite music to listen to while watching videos of heavy construction vehicles on YouTube." —Pat

2LP pressed on thick 180g vinyl.

Screen printed gatefold jacket.

SIDE A — Mit Peck
SIDE B — Vollmilch
SIDE C — My First Car
SIDE D — Fugue State

First pressing was released in summer 2015 (Only 300 were made and sold out in less than an hour)
Second pressing (same quality) was released in february 2016 (Only 500 and it was sold out very quickly too)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): MPO VULF 120 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): MPO VULF 120 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout etched): MPO VULF 120 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout etched): MPO VULF 120 D

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Vulfpeck CD Discography (2011-2014) ‎(2xCD, Comp, Dig) Vulf Records none US 2015
VULF1201 Vulfpeck Vinyl Discography (2011-2014) ‎(2xLP, Comp, Promo, Whi) Vulf Records VULF1201 US 2015


Stonewing
Anywhere else you can buy this? For not a ridiculous price?
lucky kitten
impossible to find at a reasonable price unfortunately. Try ebay for example but this pressing is out of print worldwide. First and 2nd pressing.
LONUDOG
There's a second run of this right now at Gumroad, limited to 500, only 337 left as of now.https://gumroad.com/l/VinylDiscog
NiceOne
I think they pressed 500 copies 3 times, I bought one from the 2nd Batch they sold on sep - oct 2015.
Ann
Down to 35 in 4 days. I wonder if there were any changes in pressings.
Gldasiy
Is it just me or is the volume really low on the record? I have to turn my stereo up a lot more than usual to hear it at a regular volume.
Modigas
jackvulf thanks for the feedback. i will use a different mastering engineer in the future. for now you can brag that you got the rare quiet pressing. -jack Jack,this is what I wrote on Thrill Of The Arts release :I got 2 copies, one from the Kickstarter campaign and the other from gumroad.well I got the FLAC files before getting my 1st copy and I'm really disappointed with Vinyl pressing.I cleaned it with my machine before playing it, and cleaned it again only to get the same Bad sound.(same story with the 2nd copy)when compred to the lossless version listening to the vinyl is listening to the same album but getting a lot less...which is weird because the Vinyl versions of albums always sound a lot better when they are done right(good mastering engineer and pressed by a good pressing planet).I just want to say that I really love Vulfpeck and think that you should buy their albums and go see the shows.but this pressing and the Vinyl Discography (2011-2014) pressing were done the wrong way.is it the white pressing done by MPO ? maybe...could be just the fact that it was pressed By MPO which I only had bad experience with all of their pressings and read that all others had the same issues with their pressings.I always prefer Black Vinyl because they sound better and they are cheaper for the artist so He can invest in better inner sleeves so that the Vinyls won't get scratched while been shipped...but some people like to have the Vinyls just for their looks...go figure...I love sound and quality.so is it a mastering issue ?don't know, Vulfpeck like compressing a bit too much for my taste..but that's part of their sound. but if the FLAC sounds better then the Vinyl I guess something went wrong with source that they sent to MPO for the pressing.I'm not mad at Vulfpeck, pressing Vinyl is expensive and the pressing planets have huge waiting lists that independent artists with 500 copies to be pressed aren't their first priority.also most fans aren't as patient as the Audiophile Vinyl Perfectionists are, they want a copy the same year that you release your album.most fans don't own a 200$ (and above) cartridge on their Turntable so Sound is not a big issue...they just want to play it.but My guess is that These guys like to do things the right way...so Jack if you read this...please make sure that your music gets the proper respect from it's Vinyl Version.* 180g Black pressings* use QRP, RTI, OPTIMAL or RECORD INDUSTRY for pressing the Vinyls...even URP will be OK.* please invest in Inner sleeves (not plain white innersleeve that scratch the Vinyls while they are shipped in mail).* better and higher quality sound source for the Vinyl pressing planet.that's it...Keep listening to these guys...they are awesome.
GEL
just got mine and am experiencing the same... also the bass is pretty "boomy" could be my sh***y stereo though... but who really cares if it is this funky?!
Light out of Fildon
thanks for the feedback. i will use a different mastering engineer in the future. for now you can brag that you got the rare quiet pressing. -jack
Unh
Yeah, a bit lower than usual but not too bad. I'm still glad i got it, definatly a must-have in any funk collection.
Inth
ArabburnvictiM 4 tracks on one side of an LP is too many? I have plenty of LPs with much more music than that on one side. For example, Kamasi Washington's recent album, 'The Epic,' has about 30 minutes of music on each side and it sounds incredible. 4 LPs for this set would have been ridiculous. Take a look at Flying Lotus's recent album, 'You're Dead!' which is a 30 minute album on 2 LPs. Sure, it sounds great but there is a HUGE amount of dead space on each disk. That should have been a 1 LP album. So I don't think the amount of music is the problem here. Yeah i take that back the EPs are actually quite short in length even though they have quite a few tracks on each side. It must be something in the mastering that's made it so quite. I hope the new album "Thrill Of The Arts" is better as it sounds fantastic in digital.
Swordsong
4 tracks on one side of an LP is too many? I have plenty of LPs with much more music than that on one side. For example, Kamasi Washington's recent album, 'The Epic,' has about 30 minutes of music on each side and it sounds incredible. 4 LPs for this set would have been ridiculous. Take a look at Flying Lotus's recent album, 'You're Dead!' which is a 30 minute album on 2 LPs. Sure, it sounds great but there is a HUGE amount of dead space on each disk. That should have been a 1 LP album. So I don't think the amount of music is the problem here.
Brightcaster
Yep that's what happens when you put too many tracks on one side of an LP unfortunately. It should have been a 4 LP set.
avanger
Yeah I got the reissue and it's almost inaudible unless turned way up. Very disappointing, I was so excited for this.
Mr.mclav
I had heard about Vulfpeck, quite some time before this release, and I immediately puchased the Beastly 7" vinyl single when they announced it in their email newsletters. I was quite happy to see that they chose to do a double LP release of all their officially released EP's and promptly ordered it as soon as I heard the rumour.The vinyl release itself is of high quality, god pressing and nice printed cover, though I personally would have loved to see some pictures of the band on the insides of the gatefold cover. To my surprise, the LP's are pressed on white vinyl, doesn't really matter, but adds to the "special" feel of this release.I suspect most of you who read this page, are already aware of what their music is all about. If not, you should definitely go to their YouTube channel and view some of their videos from the studio.Vulfpeck is a band with an immense energy, passion and love for the down-to-earth production. They perform with soul and heart. IF you can get your hands on this LP, you should BUY IT. You will not regret it, I guarantee.
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