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Interpol - Our Love To Admire album FLAC

  • Performer: Interpol
  • Title: Our Love To Admire
  • Size FLAC ver: 1563 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2007
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
  • Other formats: WMA VOC AA AHX AU RA DMF
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
Interpol - Our Love To Admire album FLAC
Interpol - Our Love To Admire album FLAC

Tracklist

Pioneer To The Falls 5:41
No I In Threesome 3:51
The Scale 3:24
The Heinrich Maneuver 3:28
Mammoth 4:13
Pace Is The Trick 4:37
All Fired Up 3:35
Rest My Chemistry 5:00
Who Do You Think 3:13
Wrecking Ball 4:33
The Lighthouse 5:24
Pioneer To The Falls 5:41
No I In Threesome 3:51
The Scale 3:24
The Heinrich Maneuver 3:28
Mammoth 4:13
Pace Is The Trick 4:37
All Fired Up 3:35
Rest My Chemistry 5:00
Who Do You Think 3:13
Wrecking Ball 4:33
The Lighthouse 5:24

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
0946 3 76538 1 4, 50999502139 2 4 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(2xLP, Album + CD, Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 0946 3 76538 1 4, 50999502139 2 4 US 2007
0946 3 96248 1 2 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(2xLP, Album) Capitol Records 0946 3 96248 1 2 UK 2007
none Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD + CDr, Promo) Capitol Records none Europe 2007
0946 3 76538 2 1 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 0946 3 76538 2 1 US 2007
none Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records none Mexico 2007
0946 3 76538 2 1 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 0946 3 76538 2 1 Argentina 2007
509995 01109 2 6 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 509995 01109 2 6 Australia 2007
0946 3 96248 2 9 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 0946 3 96248 2 9 Europe 2007
509995 01109 2 6 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 509995 01109 2 6 Europe 2007
0 9463-96248-2 9 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 0 9463-96248-2 9 Europe 2007
0946 3 96248 2 9 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 0946 3 96248 2 9 Europe 2007
0946 3 76538 2 1 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 0946 3 76538 2 1 Canada 2007
0946 3 96248 2 9 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 0946 3 96248 2 9 Indonesia 2007
50999 5 01411 2 8 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 50999 5 01411 2 8 US 2007
5099950516421 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Gala Records , Capitol Records 5099950516421 Russia 2007
TOCP-66683 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records TOCP-66683 Japan 2007
509995 01109 2 6 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 509995 01109 2 6 Philippines 2007
0946 3 96247 2 0 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album + CDr, Ltd, Promo) Capitol Records 0946 3 96247 2 0 US 2007
509995 10325 2 4 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album + DVD, EP, PAL + Ltd, RE) Capitol Records 509995 10325 2 4 Europe 2007
509995 10325 2 4 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, EP, Ltd, PAL) Capitol Records 509995 10325 2 4 Australia 2007
0946 3 76538 2 1 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, Club) Capitol Records 0946 3 76538 2 1 US 2007
0946 3 96247 2 0 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, Ltd) Capitol Records 0946 3 96247 2 0 US 2007
0946 3 96249 2 8 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, Ltd) Capitol Records 0946 3 96249 2 8 UK 2007
0946 3 96248 2 9 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, Med) Capitol Records 0946 3 96248 2 9 Europe 2007
0946 3 96248 2 9 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Capitol Records 0946 3 96248 2 9 Argentina 2007
0946 3 76538 2 1 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Capitol Records 0946 3 76538 2 1 Russia 2007
509995 01109 2 6 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Capitol Records 509995 01109 2 6 Russia 2007
EO1229 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(Cass) Capitol Records EO1229 Indonesia 2007
509995 19325 2 7 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album + DVD, EP, Ltd, NTSC) Capitol Records 509995 19325 2 7 Brazil 2008
B0026638-01 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, 10t) Capitol Records B0026638-01 US 2017
B0026638-01 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 10t) Capitol Records B0026638-01 US 2017
B0026685-00 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 10t + DVD, NTSC) Capitol Records B0026685-00 US 2017
00602557574029 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Capitol Records 00602557574029 Germany 2017
00602557596502 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Capitol Records 00602557596502 Europe 2017
00602557596502 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, Gat + DVD) Capitol Records 00602557596502 UK & Europe 2017
B0026684-00 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + DVD-V, NTSC) Capitol Records B0026684-00 US 2017
00602557596496 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + DVD-V, NTSC) Capitol Records 00602557596496 Europe 2017
509995 01109 2 6 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 509995 01109 2 6 Mexico Unknown
509995 01109 2 6 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, RE) Capitol Records 509995 01109 2 6 Australia Unknown
0946 3 96248 2 9 Interpol Our Love To Admire ‎(CD, Album, RP) Capitol Records 0946 3 96248 2 9 Europe Unknown



Comments (44)

Kanal
My copy sounds VERY good. I was concerned because of the "smokey" vinyl but Im impressed and very happy with this version. Everything is clear, bass has nice weight to it and isn't muddy or over done and the highs come through clear and distinguished as well.
GEL
hmmm... wondering if there's a reason the 'cd' version hasn't been listed, yet(?)https://www.discogs.com/Interpol-Our-Love-To-Admire-RE-LPDVD-Bundle/release/10727231
INvait
This is a fantastic pressing. From the moment the bass kicked in at the beginning (Pioneer to the Falls), my subwoofer rumbled through the ground and it was glorious. It's the way this album was meant to be heard. It packs such a punch and sounds incredible.
Ceck
Sounds great to me, plenty of space in the clean mix, no surface noise or crackles. Pleased to finally own this on vinyl.
Anazan
Not much of an “anniversary” reissue. It seems the only motivation for releasing it was to get the vinyl back in print, as the 2007 vinyl release commands insane prices on the used market, despite complaints about the mastering (on the US version, anyway). No extra tracks, the same packaging...it just comes with the Live at the Astoria DVD, instead of the CD version of the album that the 2007 vinyl came with.The remastering is unlikely to silence fans who didn’t like the mastering of the 2007 vinyl. It’s different, but still lacks punch on both the high-end and low-end. I honestly can’t say it’s better or worse than the 2007 US vinyl—just different, and still inferior to the sonic range of the CD.The live DVD captures the band as they were at the time: worn out, strung out, or whatever their problem was. Search YouTube for plenty of examples of how tight Interpol can be as a live act (or check out the DVD that came with the 10th anniversary reissue of Turn on the Bright Lights). At the Astoria here, they are flat, lacking energy and enthusiasm. Carlos D looks visibly frustrated with how loose the rest of the band are playing. During both “Obstacle 1” and “Public Pervert,” the camera catches him in moments of frustration as he has to wait for Banks and Kessler to resume on guitar after they missed some notes and cues. This is definitely the beginning of the end for Carlos, and it shows. It’s sad because this was his last tour with the band. He stuck with them to record 2010’s self-titled LP, but didn’t join them on the tour for that record.So, at least the vinyl is back in print and fans who want this album (which has aged rather nicely) in their vinyl collection without having to pay $100 or more. That’s the best that can be said for this set, which missed the opportunity to include at least one known outtake that ended up as a b-side, or the chance to include the first vinyl pressing of the Live EP (which was taken from the same sub-par Astoria show, but still, that’s what anniversary sets should be about).What I had really hoped for was that Matador would put this thing out. The credits on both the 2007 and 2017 releases state that Interpol own the copyright on this recording, and licensed it for release to Capitol. That makes me think they could have potentially licensed it for release to Matador instead, which would have been nice for two reasons. One, the entirety of the band’s catalog would then be available on Matador vinyl, as Interpol returned to their original label after this major-label release sold less than their first two albums on Matador and generally failed to set the world on fire. Second, Matador vinyl is almost always top-notch. As it is, this “remastered” version still won’t make fans of Interpol on vinyl happy, other than the fact that they can now complete their Interpol vinyl LP collection without spending way too much.
WinDImmortaL
Utter crap this, pressed and cut at GZVinyl by no-one. Flat, two dimensional junk. Avoid at all costs.
Phenade
Agree with you 100%. I got as far as Heinrich Maneuver and then put it in my trade pile. Sounds much like the cd I had back in the day...
SupperDom
LMAO at these internet flippers trying to shuck this for $100 on here.Especially when the quality of this pressing SUCKS compared to the standard black version. That's because colored vinyl is gimmicky crap, usually poorly manufactured and of poor quality. Nothing more than foolish collector's bait to falsely justify extortionist prices for something that offers no return investment whatsoever. I paid $22 for my 10th anniversary black vinyl copy and it sounds rich and lively...something the colored vinyl copy I play-tested most definitely does not. A fool and his money are soon parted.
FailCrew
Nine Inch Nails fan, I bet you are really fun at parties. I purchase whatever is available to me be it black or coloured and my coloured records of various weights sound every bit as good as my black records. But you're entitled to your opinion and, like many on the internet, you will share it where you please. I just don't think anyone cares that much. Anyway, looking forward to the new Interpol album!
Kigabar
Prove what? One only needs to look at your posts. Your ridiculous tone. Says everything one needs to know about you. To quote Lou Reed: "If you talk like you write nobody listens to you!" Have a good day;);)
Lli
And yet, you STILL have no evidence to back any of your claims up. If it's cliched and inaccurate, PROVE IT. If vinyl is so complex that colored vinyl is just as good as black vinyl (which it most certainly is not), then PROVE IT. I have provided easily-verified facts and examples to support my original claim that black vinyl is far superior to gimmicky colored vinyl. Because it's TRUE. You? You just keep coming back to try and have the last word, with lame insults and subterfuge, looking like a joke. It should be clear to anyone who has a clue about vinyl that you are talking out of your rear and have no basis to the argument you are trying -- and failing -- to make here. Just stop typing.
Perongafa
My pressing is pretty bad - crackles and pops and one of the records is a few millimetres too big for my turntable (rubs against the needle arm making it sound wonky and warped)
Wen
God, are you D.U.M.B.. I NEVER said I preferred colour vinyl. I only objected to your blatant overgeneralization because this whole "Colour vinyl is inherently inferior" claim is one of the most clichéd assumptions in record collecting . I know that people like YOU prefer black and white patterns but... unfortunately reality - and vinyl - is a tad more complex. Now shoot up.
Gaxaisvem
Right. No facts to your argument, as suspected. Just another novice collector assuming colored vinyl is better because the price is marked up, with no knowledge to back it up. You're dismissed.
Dishadel
Dude, you sound like a real uncool guy. Enjoy your "superior" black vinyl!
Doath
Not my problem. People can believe whatever they want. It's this "moongoon" guy who is talking nonsense without providing any facts to the matter, not me.
Doulkree
Yeah but they way you come off is going to keep anyone from taking your seriously.
Aedem
How so? Clearly I know what I'm talking about here. This IS a vinyl collectors site, is it not?
asAS
You've got too much time on your hands dude. Extra words
Mardin
Here is a Discogs discussion that I helped pioneer a few years back, outlining why black vinyl is far superior to colored wax: https://www.discogs.com/group/thread/600594Maybe you and some of your fellow "helpfuls" who are new to vinyl can educate yourselves on the properties that make black vinyl superior to all other colors, for many different reasons. The whole "black is a color too, after all" is actually a very lame argument that has been refuted here at Discogs, on the Steve Hoffmann forums, and elsewhere many times. Not just on your say-so. I can understand that you probably want to defend colored vinyl, in that you've likely been duped into buying plenty of it for its pretty color that sacrifices its sound quality, but it's simple algorithms and science at work here. But if you want to continue to argue the matter, please show us where you're getting these "facts" that colored vinyl is just as good as standard black vinyl. Otherwise, you're just another vinyl novice running at the mouth about things you clearly aren't versed in.
Gavirus
If it "not your problem" then why bother? It's untrue because colour vinyl isn't inherently inferior. Black vinyl is coloured too btw. But that's a fact people like you will never ever get:)
Whitebeard
Obviously you are, since you're reading AND replying.And how is it untrue? I play-tested BOTH the black and colored variants. The black sounds infinitely better. Not my problem you and others are so easily duped by pointless colored vinyl that has zero incentive.
Fani
You REALLY think people here are interested in your clichéd - and untrue - rant? Say something SUBSTANTIAL or leave but spare us your clichés about color vinyl.A fool and his words;)
Billy Granson
anyone else's copy have really static-y middle frequencies? fart boy
Bloodray
doesn't look like it according to the matrix number s
Flas
Hi fart boy, is your pressing done by GZ media?
Tisicai
the pre-order website for this variant (https://thesoundofvinyl.us/interpol-our-love-to-admire-exclusive-color.html) says it includes Mind Over Time as the 12th track, however after listening all the way though, it does not contain the song. major bummer.
Whitebinder
now all sold out. I hope the quality is good.
Hanelynai
The 2017 remastered album is available now, 2LP, 2LP/DVD & CD/DVD... $38 on Amazon for the vinyl version.
Bedy
does this copy contain the b-side, Mind Over Time? It was listed on the pre-order website when it first went up

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