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8 thoughts on “ Theres Only This - A Certain Ratio - The Old & The New (Vinyl, LP)

  1. A Certain Ratio Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 9 ratings. Amazon's A Certain Ratio Store Had this on LP when it first came out. Played it to death at the time. Unfortunately, nearly 40 years later, the music shows its age. Not helped by a poor transfer to CD. Very thin sounding and lacking in harmonic resolution (not the fault of the /5(9).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Old & The New on Discogs/5(8).
  3. Sep 14,  · Manchester band A Certain Ratio are rereleasing all of their LPs on vinyl, as well as a new compilation and rarities box set, via Mute. Read more: An introduction to A Certain Ratio .
  4. Sep 30,  · I must admit that I don't normally buy new vinyl and haven't since The only new album I have is one my son bought me for my birthday this year, and that was a letdown. The new NIN Slip was very noisy. However, I do have all vinyl I purchased between My question is this: do new vinyl album releases hold up to old analog albums.
  5. A CERTAIN RATIO Change The Station ( UK limited edition track double LP pressed on Blue Vinyl - Originally released on CD in , 'Change The Station' was the first studio release after their five y ear hiatus and features vocals from Denise Johnson and Lorna Bailey. Complete with the download code voucher, both discs are UNPLAYED and comes housed in the picture sleeve which remains.
  6. A Certain Ratio's first studio album reissued on limited red vinyl! Originally recorded in , To Each is a landmark post-punk album that found ACR fusing heavy funk, dub, and punk to create a completely new and influential sound. The excitement of capturing a truly unique sound can still be felt in the grooves emanating off this piece of wax some 30+ years after the fact on tracks like "My.
  7. Once you get past the fact that it opens with a song called ‘Felch’, A Certain Ratio’s sophomore LP proves itself to be one of the Mancunian post-punk band’s definitive works. Originally released in , the record sees ACR seize Joy Division’s mantle as the leaders of northern gloom-groove.
  8. Joy division in funk sauce. Or if u prefer, Sly and the Family Stone in a Martin Hannet studio. The result is very interesting, probably ahed of the time when it was published. The massive use of funk bass lines is the mark of this LP in a very gloomy atmosphere. Definetely something to hold if you like late 70's early 80's New .

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