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Wavves - You're Welcome FLAC

Wavves - You're Welcome FLAC Performer: Wavves
Album: You're Welcome
Country: US
Released: 19 May 2017
Style: Indie Pop
Label: Ghost Ramp
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: GR032
Size FLAC: 2615 mb.
Size MP3: 2419 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 254
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue


1I Love You
3You're Welcome
6Hollowed Out
7Dreams Of Grandeur
9Stupid In Love
10Come To The Valley
11No Shade
12Million Enemies


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
32C1Wavves You're Welcome ‎(LP, Album)Ghost Ramp32C1US2017
GR032Wavves You're Welcome ‎(Cass)Ghost RampGR032US2017
noneWavves You're Welcome ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Ghost RampnoneUK & Europe2017
GR032Wavves You're Welcome ‎(CD, Album)Ghost RampGR032US2017


  • ArtworkNick Gazin


Ghost ramp also provided a bundled special edition limited to 500, with the same blue vinyl.

Special Edition Includes:
- Blue Colored LP
- Lighter Case
- Enamel Pin
- Patch
- Ghost Ramp Extras


  • Barcode (Printed (hype sticker)): 7 51937 43941 7


  • Copyright (c) – Ghost Ramp


I picked up a copy at my local record store. I was worried about the quality of the pressing due to the comment here but luckily I got a clean pressing. Once I opened the shrink wrap there were blue plastic and white paper sleeve shaving inside of the record sleeve which I wasn't too happy about. Thankfully I was able to easily brush off of the LP and my copy was reasonably quiet with a low noise floor.That being said, the album doesn't really benefit too much from having a vinyl pressing. You gain some sense of separation between the vocals and the guitars but overall most of the instruments sit too close to each other with the mids and highs sort of meandering within the same range. I'd call the mastering muddy if it wasn't apparent that this is what the band always intentionally going for.I guess you can't blame the vinyl though, I mean this isn't a Jazz album and you don't really listen to Wavves for their dynamic range. So though there is a slight widening of the sound stage on vinyl, I don't know if it's a reasonable gain with the reduced bass on the vinyl copy versus the digital. Thankfully my Rotel receiver has a fun Loudness filter that can swell the bass up a bit, but that's sort of like having to throw an orange wedge onto a frosty beer. I shouldn't have to.Overall, I'm pleased with the pressing but as a listener it's unfortunate that I have to choose between the bass heavy compressed digital version of the song and the slightly less compressed lowered bass of the vinyl.
Any idea if the black vinyl sounds better? Could the blue just be of less quality comparatively?
That is interesting. I ran my vinyl in parallel against the Digital version and flipped back and forth to compare. The drop in bass was minimal but the vinyl definitely didn't perform deeper than the digital version. I was playing Million Enemies if that matters. Haha, now you have me wondering if there was something wrong with my copy.
Interesting, my copy that i bought today at my local record store has more bass than my digital copy.
Got this from Amazon today and it's unlistenable. Loud tearing noises all through both sides of the LP. I thought I was ordering the black version but Amazon sent me this coloured version instead. This is why I avoid these gimmicky coloured pressings. Typical trash pressing from Rainbo Records. Sending it back to Amazon for a refund.