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Beach House Album

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1Last Ride
2Girl Of The Year
3Lose Your Smile
Recorded By – Jason Quever
4Black Car
5Pay No Mind
Recorded By – Jason Quever
7Lemon Glow
Performer [Drill] – Sonic Boom
8Dark Spring
Recorded By [Drums] – James Barone
11Drunk In LA
Accordion – Sonic Boom


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SP1240Beach House 7 ‎(LP, Album, Promo)Sub PopSP1240US2018
noneBeach House 7 ‎(Cass, Album, Yel)Sub PopnoneUS2018
SP1240Beach House 7 ‎(LP, Album, Club, Ltd, Cle)Sub PopSP1240US2018
BELLA777VBeach House 7 ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)Bella UnionBELLA777VUK2018
noneBeach House 7 ‎(11xFile, FLAC, Album)Sub Popnone2018


  • Arranged By [Live Drums], Performer [Live Drums]James Barone
  • Artwork [Album Art], DesignPost Typography
  • Editor [Additional Editing], Recorded By [Additional Recording]David Tolemei
  • Engineer [Assault And Battery]Caesar Edmunds
  • Engineer [Carriage House]Mikhail Pivovarov
  • Engineer [Orchard Studios]Beach House, David Tolemei, James Barone
  • Lacquer Cut ByPaul Gold
  • Mastered ByGreg Calbi
  • Mixed ByAlan Moulder
  • PerformerAlex Scally, Victoria Legrand
  • ProducerBeach House, Sonic Boom
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Performer, Lyrics ByBeach House


©℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

Limited Yellow "Loser" edition.

Gatefold cover. Comes with card stock printed inner sleeve, 12X12 inch glossy 2-sided lyric/credits insert, and 12X12 yellow & black 1-sided op-art print.

Recorded at Apple Orchard Studios in Baltimore, MD and Carriage House in Stamford, CT throughout 2017. "Lose Your Smile" and "Woo" recorded at Palmetto Studio in Los Angeles. Drums for "Dive" recorded at Crown Lanes Studio in Denver. Mixed at Assault and Battery Studios in London.


  • Barcode (Printed on cover): 098787124019
  • Barcode (Sticker, on some copies): 098787124057
  • Matrix / Runout (A side, etched): SP 1240 A 29462.1...
  • Matrix / Runout (B side, etched): SP 1240 B 29462.2... Salt


  • Copyright (c) – Sub Pop Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sub Pop Records
  • Recorded At – Apple Orchard Studios
  • Recorded At – Carriage House Studios
  • Recorded At – Palmetto Recording
  • Recorded At – Crown Lanes Studio
  • Mixed At – Assault And Battery Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Lacquer Cut At – Salt Mastering
  • Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated – 29462


Beach House is the debut studio album by American dream pop duo Beach House. It was released on October 3, 2006, by Carpark Records. The album had a remastered reissue in 2010 by HeartBreakBeat Records with a run limited to 1,000 copies on black vinyl. In 2015, the band self-released a white cassette during the Depression Cherry tour. As of April 2012. All the rights to Beach House. Tracklist: 00:00 Saltwater 02:55 Tokyo Witch 06:37 Apple Orchard 11:08 Master Of None. Beach House- 'Master of None'. Beach House from United States. The top ranked albums by Beach House are Teen Dream, Bloom and 7. This artist is rated in the top 2 of all artists on . Beach House is ranked number 79 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 29,654. Beach House by Beach House, released 03 October 2006 1. Saltwater 2. Tokyo Witch 3. Apple Orchard 4. Master of None 5. Auburn and Ivory 6. Childhood 7. Lovelier Girl 8. House on the Hill 9. Heart and Lungs. olive iku3000 Cool beach rock for the jellyfish In you. Favorite track: Lovelier Girl. Beach House Ibiza 2015 - Beach House Club. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Beach House is the debut studio album by American dream pop band Beach House. It was released on October 3, 2006, through Carpark Records. The band adapted Snowdon Song by 1960s folk group Tony, Caro, and John, changing the key, the time signature, and the lyrics and renaming it Lovelier Girl with the trio given zero attribution. Four years after the album's release, the trio contacted them. After amicable discussions on copyright, the authorship of the Lovelier Girl version of the song is now jointly attributed to Beach House and Tony Doré of the trio. Listen to music from Beach House like Space Song, Myth & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Beach House. 11,460 listeners. Play album. Beach House remain masters of the indefinable and their seventh album is their heaviest and most immersive-sounding of their career. The album brought their catalog to 77 songs, and the records initial issue number was 777. What did all this mystical numerology amount to when you squinted at it Nothing of course, except to set the stage, light the incense. Its the magicians pre-trick pantomime, where he turns up his palms and rolls up his sleeves, for no other purpose than to make you lean in closer and grin harder. We spend a lot of time creatively making mountains out of nothingness, Scally added. A community for fans of the band Beach House. Flair your posts. Content must be related to the band Beach House. Quality over quantity: Search the post and try to post in current parent threads if possible. No hate speech defined as speech that is intended to insult, offend, or intimidate a person because of their race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, or disability


Comments: (40)
I purchased the yellow vinyl loser edition. The vinyl's very nice appearance-wise, and the cover art of the album is just beautiful (Probably my favorite beach house album art). The album also came with a piece of very interesting art work and a lyrics sheet, both quite wonderful additions. The sleeve the actual vinyl came in was not the standard paper sleeve, instead it was a custom sleeve (thank goodness!). The actual vinyl plays fine, with the only problem being the sound quality can come off as quiet at certain points in the album, whereas other songs feel full and loud. The music itself is composed of stellar alternative, electric rock songs, and ends up giving a really full and fun listen. Definitely recommend the album and this pressing is sufficient for my beach house needs.
Every Beach House record I have has some sort of issue, whether it be quietness, surface noise, distortion, or skipping. VMP's reissue of Devotion, the loser edition of Depression Cherry, and now this one. What's goin on over at Sub Pop's QC?
Legend 33
I bought the UK white vinyl version of 7 and there's surface noise all over it - very disappointing
in waiting
mine is a bit quiet but that's really the only issue, doesn't affect my enjoyment really. also the packaging is fantastic.
I guess I'm not an audiophile but I've been listening to records forever and this sounds pretty damn great to me. I'm not hearing the surface noise that some have complained about. The packaging is rad. Sub Pop sent me a Beach House sticker. I mean, it cost something like $19, so stfu about all of the little quirks and enjoy something you paid very little for.
Ok pressing, but vinyl mastering is squashed. Stick to the digital as your go to.
Slowly writer
Yeah, little quiet but not a big deal. Surface noise not an issue at all on my copy.
Limited to..."however many we can sell"? Do they ever put numbers on these Loser Editions? Seems to me like they're more plentiful than the standard copies.
I dunno... usually after six months or so I can't find a Loser and its all standard black from there on out.
Has anyone compared this pressing with the black vinyl version on Sub Pop?
Does anyone else have a little bit of dark color mixed into the yellow? My copy sounds pretty good, even if the mixing is pretty muddy. Luckily my copy only had a little bit of surface noise, but it is slightly warped.
okay, still, subpop addressed this so they obviously dont care to have anything done about it
SubPop doesn't actually press these my bro, RTI does it
It seems that some of the black will be left in when they squeeze the yellow through. My copy has the same thing. Sub Pop realizes this but I guess they don't care all too much to clean it out beforehand.
Wild Python
Surface noise throughout both sides-- usually not very noticeable due to the nature of the music. I need to listen to the digital version to understand whether the mastering on this vinyl release was intentional or a mistake. The vinyl was cut at a low level with considerable compression and a somewhat muddied sound. This could be intentional-- either way, to get this LP to sound reasonably good you will need to turn it up LOUD. It does come on a lovely marbled yellow vinyl though!
Yes - like an album pressed in the 90's !
Maybe it started off a little muddy, but I EQ'd a little bit and it sounded fine. Not off-center, and haven't noticed any surface noise issues, although let's face it, it's entirely possible that their music isn't troubled by added noise.
any idea how this compares to Thank Your Lucky Stars, sound quality-wise? I have that and I love how it sounds, even if it's not as expansive as Bloom
Surface noise evident on both sides, b-side more prominent. This after wet wash with VPI machine and MOFI Super Deep Cleaner and Super Record Wash. Did not have issue with off-center pressing as some describe. Too bad this wasn't cut at 45 and spread over two records. The music itself is great.
Hearing people report about off center issues makes me put off by this release. I'll probably go with the Bella Union label.
The album clocks in at over 47 minutes by my count, which I imagine contributes to the overall quieter/squashed sound of the vinyl. Nevertheless another great release from Beach House.
Clear vinyl is always a lot better - is it gatefold?
Not really-- these days colored vinyl is no different than black vinyl and clear vinyl is no different from any of the other colors-- with the exception of glow in the dark vinyl, which is reliably terrible sounding. It's all about the mastering and the pressing quality. It is housed in a nice gatefold jacket BTW.
Whoa! With Alan Moulder and Sonic Boom behind the scenes...yeah. This album transcends their previous albums. Think about what Moulder did for NIN, Smashing Pumpkins, My Bloody Valentine, Ride,...and throw in Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3 cofounder and producer for Panda Bear and now Beach House)...W-W-W-WHOA!! This is a team that has brought out Beach House’s potentials that have been hidden for 6 albums...giving us only tidbits...until now. LISTEN TO THIS LOUDLY!!After listening to the digital wavs vs vinyl, I would say the digital feels more alive. Something about the vinyl master seems more muddy. Is it the yellow? Turning up the volume helps!
In general, albums like this are best enjoyed digitally (just my 2 cents). Beach House isn't really a 'made for vinyl' kind of group. Beach House albums are hardly analog creations. I still bought a copy just to complete my collection of their discography, but I'd sooner stream it on Spotify than listen to the record.The Vinyl Me Please release of Devotion is the only Beach House record worth hearing on wax imo.
Yes. Bloom at 45rpm sounds great! But 7 on vinyl is muddy. Best loud!
I'd rather listen to it on cd than an internet stream but ok
Nothing personal
I would disagree with you... Bloom sounds especially good on vinyl. The mastering was fantastic, it was cut at 45, it’s dead silent, the packaging is beautiful, and it has a bonus track that is played after a locked groove (genius)
Great LP for sure music wise, some surface noise but a quick cleaning alleviated a lot of the noise. Sound fidelity is some what muffled, especially having played it after a more dynamic LP.What I am concerned with is the vinyl quality. After every play, I have a large amount of debris (possibly vinyl) and this concerns me because it does not happen with other vinyl (black or colored). Possibly bad batch? Other feedback is welcomed.
perfect pressing, the record is almost flawless, just some super light surface noise on the b side, but other than that an overall amazing record, total bumblebee vibes
Dead Samurai
Anybody else have any issues with this pressing being off center?
Yup, off center and relatively quiet. Not sure if I should bother with getting it replaced if this is common.
Yes -- off center, extremely quiet, and generally bad sounding.
5/5 album. Maybe album of the year for me so far. Loving the progression of this band. But this pressing came slightly warped, is noisy in quite a few areas, and have to really crank the volume to get anything out of it. Sounds a little squashed to me. Disappointing for how good this album is.
Mine came perfect, so it’s not all of them. I was actually thinking that this is one of their better pressings.
Hǻrley Quinn
Nah, mine is perfect. It’s the usual “luck-of-the-draw,” I’m afraid.
Sadly Sub Pop has some of the worst vinyl pressings on the market these days. I recently bought Low's "ones and sixes" on LP and good lord, could be one of the worst sounding records I've ever heard in my life.What's worse is inferior pressings really hurt music like Beach House. It's one thing if it's a metal record or something like Sonic Youth, but quieter records are almost unlistenable when there are serious pressing issues.
Ugh so another shitty pressing fromSubpop? Which sucks because Depression Cherry and Thank Your Lucky Stars were perfect
Don't buy from these record flippers. You can still order the yellow copy on Sub-Pop's website for $17. Flippers are charging more than double that price when it's still available from Sub-Pop. Shameful.https://megamart.subpop.com/releases/beach_house/7
Amen to that. I wish there was a way of rooting out these creeps.
Beach House Album
Indie Rock, Dream Pop
Performer: Beach House
Category: Rock / Pop
Country: US
Released: 11 May 2018
Label: Sub Pop
Catalog #: SP1240
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 276
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Yellow, Gatefold