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Performer:
Sigur Rós
Album:
Kveikur
Style:
Post Rock, Alternative Rock, Shoegaze, Experimental
Released:
2013
Country:
Australia & New Zealand
Label:
XL Recordings
Catalog:
XLCD606
FLAC size:
1481 mb
MP3 size:
2222 mb
WMA size:
2336 mb


Tracklist


1Bláþráður5:12
2Rafstraumur4:58
3Hrafntinna6:23
4Ísjaki5:03
5Kveikur5:55
6Yfirborð4:19
7Var3:44
8Brennisteinn7:45
9Stormur4:55


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLCD606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLCD606UK & Europe2013
XLLP606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Han)XL RecordingsXLLP606UK2013
XLCD606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Soyuz MusicXLCD606Russia2013
XLCD606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLCD606US2013
XLLP606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(2xLP, Album, TP + 10", TP)XL RecordingsXLLP606US2013
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLCD606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLCD606UK & Europe2013
XLLP606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Han)XL RecordingsXLLP606UK2013
XLCD606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Soyuz MusicXLCD606Russia2013
XLCD606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLCD606US2013
XLLP606Sigur Rós Kveikur ‎(2xLP, Album, TP + 10", TP)XL RecordingsXLLP606US2013


Credits


  • Arranged By [Brass]Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir, Eiríkur Orri Ólafsson, Sigrún Jónsdóttir
  • Arranged By [Strings]Daníel Bjarnason
  • Art DirectionSarah Hopper
  • CoverLygia Clark
  • DesignSarah Hopper
  • IllustrationSigga Björg Sigurðardóttir
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed ByAlex Somers, Rich Costey
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Chris Kasych, Elisabeth Carlsson, Eric Isip, Laura Sisk
  • ProducerSigur Rós
  • Recorded By [Strings]Valgeir Sigurdsson
  • StringsBorgar Magnason, Margrét Árnadóttir, Pálína Árnadóttir, Una Sveinbjarnardóttir, Þórunn Ósk Marinósdóttir
  • Written-BySigur Rós
  • Arranged By [Brass]Eiríkur Orri Ólafsson
  • Arranged By [Strings]Daníel Bjarnason
  • Art DirectionSarah Hopper
  • BrassBergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir, Eiríkur Orri Ólafsson, Sigrun Jónsdóttir
  • Cover [Front Cover Image Adapted From A Photograph By]Lygia Clark
  • DesignSarah Hopper
  • IllustrationSigga Björg Sigurðardóttir
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed ByAlex Somers, Rich Costey
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Chris Kasych, Elisabeth Carlsson, Eric Isip, Laura Sisk
  • ProducerSigur Rós
  • Recorded ByAlex Somers, Birgir Jón Birgisson, Sigur Rós
  • Recorded By [Strings]Valgeir Sigurdsson
  • StringsBorgar Magnason, Margrét Árnadóttir, Pálína Árnadóttir, Una Sveinbjarnardóttir, Þórunn Ósk Marinósdóttir
  • Written-BySigur Rós


Notes


Notes taken from the release:

Front cover [used] by kind permission of the Lygia Clark Foundation.
℗ & © 2013 Sigur Rós under exclusive license to XL Recordings Ltd.

Additional notes:
Comes in a 3-panel Gatefold Cardboard Sleeve with embossed front artwork and a separate 6 page foldout booklet.Limited deluxe LP, includes MP3 download and exclusive bonus 10".


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Scanned): 634904060626
  • Barcode: 6 34904 06062 6
  • Label Code: LC 05667
  • Barcode (Sticker): 634904060602
  • Barcode (Cover): 634904060619
  • Matrix / Runout (LP - Side A): XLLP606-A RJ STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (LP - Side B): XLLP606-B RJ STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (LP - Side C): XLLP606-C RJ STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (LP - Side D): XLLP606-D RJ STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (10" - Side A): XLLP606X-A RJ STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (10" - Side B): XLLP606X-B RJ STERLING


Companies


  • Recorded At – Sundlaugin Studio
  • Recorded At – Eldorado Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Pacifique Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Published By – Universal Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sigur Rós
  • Copyright (c) – Sigur Rós
  • Licensed To – XL Recordings Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Sundlaugin Studio
  • Recorded At – Eldorado Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Pacifique Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sigur Rós
  • Copyright (c) – Sigur Rós
  • Licensed To – XL Recordings Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Inertia Pty. Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Inertia Pty. Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Rhythmethod
  • Marketed By – Remote Control


Video



Album


Photography Lygia Clark. 7 GBP or more. From the opening moments of Brennisteinn, the album's opening track that thrums to life through a layer of crackling static with a guttural, churning bassline, it's clear that the band aren't looking for gentle complacency from the listener. 1 June 2013 . Follow sigur rós and others on SoundCloud. You can preorder new Kveikur formats and bundles, all coming with official Kveikur Tee. Art Direction Sarah Hopper. It is the first album to be fully released through XL after the band departed EMI and Parlophone during the label's acquisition by Universal Music Group in 2012. Kveikur 7. sigur rós - kveikur. Kveikur pronounced is the seventh studio album from Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós. Bláþráður 9. Not available in Russian Federation. It was released 12 June 2013 in Japan, on 17 June internationally, and on 18 June in the United States through XL Recordings. Rós' new album Kveikur is their first without founding member and keyboardist Kjartan Sveinnson, a record reacting to the impossible standards set by their groundbreaking early work by exposing their gnarled roots and demonic impulses. Ísjaki 4. Illustration Sigga Björg Sigurðardóttir. kveikur, the new sigur rós album, will be released worldwide june 1718. The drum-thunder shimmering vocal hook on Ísjaki The distorto bass on Brennisteinn All that riff fuzz on the title track Singer-guitarist Jónsi is still bafflingly obtuse maybe he's falsettoing in Icelandic, maybe it's nonsense but with no keyboards in sight, Sigur Rós are that most rock of entities: the power trio. From the opening moments of Brennisteinn, the album's opening track that thrums to life through a layer of crackling static with a guttural, churning bassline, it's clear that the band aren't looking for gentle complacency from the listener. LatinAutor - UMPG и другие авторские общества 7. Sigur Rós' seventh studio album and the first since the group shrunk to a trio thanks to the departure of keyboardist Kjartan Sveinsson. Buy Digital Album. It is the first album to be released through XL after the band departed EMI in 2012. From the forthcoming Sigur Rós album Kveikur, released worldwide June 1718 on XL Recordings. Sigur Rós. Brennisteinn 2. Kveikur pronounced , fuse or candlewick is the seventh studio album from Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós. Sigur Rós' new album Kveikur is their first without founding member and keyboardist Kjartan Sveinnson, a record reacting to the impossible standards set by their groundbreaking early work by exposing their gnarled roots and demonic impulses. Popular on Rolling Stone. preorder now available. Kveikur Q&A. Kveikur by Sigur Rós, released 17 June 2013 1. In This Article: Sigur Ros. UMPG Publishing, UMPI, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG и другие авторские общества 7. Alternative Rock. Preorder: , . Purchasable with gift card. Kveikur has structure and, hello, grit like never before. Stormur 6. About Kveikur. Come on feel the noize. Sigur Rós' seventh studio album and the first since the group shrunk to a trio thanks to the departure of keyboardist Kjartan Sveinsson. Want more Rolling Stone Sign up for our newsletter. This playlist has no tracks yet. Kveikur Sigur Rós. sigur rós. Hrafntinna 3. Album 2013 9 Songs. Album release date: 7 June 2013. It was released on June 17, 2013 internationally and June 18, 2013 in the United States through XL Recordings. Yfirborð 5. Rafstraumur 8. Design Sarah Hopper. It is the first album since their debut, Von, not to feature Kjartan Sveinsson, following his. Challenging this paradigm, Sigur Rós get sonically adventurous with their seventh album, Kveikur, which finds the Icelandic three-piece delivering a darker and more aggressive sound on one of their most daring albums to date. The albums name translates into English as fuse or candlewick. Kveikur - Sigur Rós. 9 tracks 48:13. Listen free to Sigur Rós Kveikur Brennisteinn, Hrafntinna and more. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Album release date: 17 June 2013. It is the first album to be fully released through XL after the band departed EMI and Parlophone during the label's acquisition by Universal Music Group in 2012. Sigur Rós' new album Kveikur is their first without founding member and keyboardist Kjartan Sveinnson, a record reacting to the impossible standards set by their groundbreaking early work by exposing their gnarled roots and demonic impulses

  • Qusicam
How is the quality of vinyl? XL had pretty bad history as long as we are talking about past Sigur Ros releases
Sound quality is pretty good, not great though.First record is NOT flat at all. Your needle and cartridge are in for a ride. Not unplayable, but if you have your cart set at a very light weight, it could go flying.
Sounds great! Better then some of the XL stuff. Heavy vinyl too.
My copy definitely has various noises. Is it awful? Not terribly. But it certainly isn't a 'great' pressing. In general it doesn't interrupt the majority of the music (this is a pretty 'busy' Sigur Ros record) but in quiet passages it can be heard. Livable but disappointing for sure....
Has some surface noise for sure... All in all though not bad.
All in all better then Valtari and Inni but there is still a lot to be desired. Side B ist very noisy on my copy, probably because of the 10"-insert as the others already mentioned.
Sound quality is good, although with small amounts of surface noise that can be distinguished from the source distorted instruments. It does appear to play louder than comparable vinyl albums in my collection. Regarding the packaging, the 1st disc was indented. Likely from being smashed in the gatefold with the 10", as only 1 side (Side B) suffers this dish warp. The needle has a hard time when initial tracking song bc of this. All in all not bad.
schrodinger_catHow is the quality of vinyl? XL had pretty bad history as long as we are talking about past Sigur Ros releasesPersonally, I think that it's really strong. (Muddying the waters is the fact that there is inherent distortion in several tracks, particularly "Brennisteinn," but if you've heard the digital versions, you already know what to expect. It's just a little more difficult to decipher surface noise because of that.) Even if you really favor heavy bass, the highs/mids are very crisp and sweet. It feels immersive, 'big' in scope, which is how it should sound. Hope that helps.On a separate note, I was disappointed with how my album was packaged--because it was sealed and shipped appropriately, it wasn't the fault of the distributer, so I am curious to see if anyone else has any issues with this. One immediate flaw was that the sleeve is relatively flimsy and the vinyl caused a permanent indent.