M83

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Before The Dawn Heals Us
New - LP - 9546-1 M83-3LP
Sealed 2014 2LP 180gm Reissue. more
Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts
New - LP - 9545-1
Sealed 2014 2LP 180gm Reissue. The Sophomore LP Including The Tracks "Run Into Flowers", "Unrecorded" And The Vinyl-Only Bonus Track "Dead Cities, Red Seas And Lost Ghosts". more
Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts
New - LP - 9251
Sealed, Hard To Find 2009 2LP Second Issue. Includes The CD Version Of The Album. more
Digital Shades Vol 1
New - LP - 9630
Sealed 2015 180gm Reissue. more
Digital Shades Vol. 1
New - LP - 9398
Sealed 2009 US Pressing. “Recorded Between 'Before The Dawn Heals Us' And'Saturdays=Youth', Digital Shades, Vol. 1 Dives Deeper Into The Ambient Terrain That Gives M83's Other Albums Their Uniquely Hazy Beauty. Anthony Gonzalez's Love For The Works Of Brian Eno And Other Ambient Masters Has Never Been A Secret, But M83's Synths Sound Especially Lush And Massive Here -- It's No Coincidence That The Album's Opening Track Is Called "Waves, Waves, Waves," And Song Titles Like "Dancing Mountains" Hint At The Album's Huge Yet Serene Sound. Most Of Digital Shades, Vol. 1 Goes By In A Blissful Blur, With Extra-Soothing Respites Such As "Strong And Wasted," Which Incorporates Crashing Waves And Chirping Birds Into Its Digital Pastoral Paradise. Since These Songs Are Basically An Homage To Gonzalez's Ambient Inspirations, It's Not Surprising That The Album Is More Pleasant Than Groundbreaking. The Songs With Vocals, Like The Hyper-Romantic "Coloring The Void" And "Sister, Pt. 2," Find A Happy Medium Between M83's Other Albums And The Artists Gonzalez Is Paying Tribute To On The Instrumental Tracks. However, The Fittingly Named "Highest Journey" Shows Gonzalez's Instrumental Skills At The Peak Of Their Powers As It Builds From A Simple, Rolling Piano Melody To Stratospheric Synth Textures Over The Course Of Eight Minutes. Even If It Isn't Strikingly Original, Digital Shades, Vol. 1 Is Never Less Than Lovely And Soothing, And Works As Well As Mood Music As It Does As An Exercise For Gonzalez.” – Heather Phares, AMG more
Digital Shades Vol. 2
New - LP - 9806-1
Sealed 2019 2LP Limited Edition Gatefold, Pressed On Pink "Candy Floss" Vinyl. more
Go!
Colored Vinyl - 9655
Sealed 2017 Limited Edition Blue Vinyl 12inch. Includes Unreleased Track "Altered Love." more
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming
New - LP - 9510
Sealed 2011 180gm 2LP With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming
Used - LP - 9510
2011 180gm 2LP Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming.
New - LP - 9510-1
Sealed 2020 2LP Reissue, Standard Black Vinyl Edition. A Grammy Nominated Record And Included In Best Albums Of The 2010's By Pitchfork. "M83's Lush, Expansive Sound Already Made Their Albums Feel Twice As Big As They Were, So An Actual Double Album From Anthony Gonzalez And Company Was Inevitable. However, On Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, He Doesn’t Use That Extra Space To Top The Widescreen Nostalgia Of Saturdays = Youth; Instead, He Fills It With Songs That Cover More Sounds And Moods Than Any Of M83's Previous Work, Resulting In Impressionistic Moments That Add Up To A Grand Statement. The Album Begins With Two Songs That Reaffirm Gonzalez's Flair For The Unapologetically Epic. He Recruits Zola Jesus For "Intro," And Her Unusual Mix Of Frostbitten Edge And Vulnerable Warmth Is A Perfect Conduit For The Huge Emotions Gonzalez Favors. With Its Sleek Neon Tones, "Midnight City" Shows Just How Far He's Traveled From Saturdays = Youth's Ornate Sound. He Goes Even Farther Afield With The Tender Piano Instrumental "Where The Boats Go"; "Raconte-moi Un Histoire," Where A Child Imagines A World Where Everyone Turns Into Jungle Frogs Over Bouncy Synths And Guitars; And "Soon, My Friend," Which Ends The Album's First Half With Symphonic Grandeur And Beach Boys Harmonies. On Its Second Half, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming Sounds More Traditionally M83, From The Triumphant Yet Heartbroken "My Tears Are Becoming A Sea" To The Thrilling Rush Of "New Map" And "Steve Mcqueen." Despite The Album's Sprawl, Gonzalez Holds Everything Together With Wide-eyed Enthusiasm. He Handles Most Of The Vocals Here, Singing With A Yelp That Evokes Howard Jones On "Reunion" And "Ok Pal" -- And While This Album Is As Indebted To The '80s As His Previous Album Was, It Somehow Feels Less Steeped In Nostalgia. Gonzalez Displays His Uncanny Knack For Making Unfashionable Sounds Fresh Again With "Claudia Lewis'" Un-ironic Slap Bass And "Splendor'"S Children’s Choir; It Takes Guts To Use These Sounds, And Brains To Use Them Well, And Fortunately, He Has Both. Unlike Saturdays = Youth's Wall-to-wall Epics, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming Ebbs And Flows, With Interludes Like The Dreamy "Echoes Of Mine" And "Klaus I Love You" Tipping The Album’s Balance Toward Atmosphere Instead Of Pop Songs. More Than Any Of M83's Other Albums, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming Feels Like A Destination To Explore, And Its Retro-futuristic Ambition Helped Set The Tone For Synth Pop In The 2010s. more
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming.
Used - LP - 9510-1
New, Unplayed 2020 2LP Reissue, Standard Black Vinyl Edition. Still In Shrink.q A Grammy Nominated Record And Included In Best Albums Of The 2010's By Pitchfork. "M83's Lush, Expansive Sound Already Made Their Albums Feel Twice As Big As They Were, So An Actual Double Album From Anthony Gonzalez And Company Was Inevitable. However, On Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, He Doesn’t Use That Extra Space To Top The Widescreen Nostalgia Of Saturdays = Youth; Instead, He Fills It With Songs That Cover More Sounds And Moods Than Any Of M83's Previous Work, Resulting In Impressionistic Moments That Add Up To A Grand Statement. The Album Begins With Two Songs That Reaffirm Gonzalez's Flair For The Unapologetically Epic. He Recruits Zola Jesus For "Intro," And Her Unusual Mix Of Frostbitten Edge And Vulnerable Warmth Is A Perfect Conduit For The Huge Emotions Gonzalez Favors. With Its Sleek Neon Tones, "Midnight City" Shows Just How Far He's Traveled From Saturdays = Youth's Ornate Sound. He Goes Even Farther Afield With The Tender Piano Instrumental "Where The Boats Go"; "Raconte-moi Un Histoire," Where A Child Imagines A World Where Everyone Turns Into Jungle Frogs Over Bouncy Synths And Guitars; And "Soon, My Friend," Which Ends The Album's First Half With Symphonic Grandeur And Beach Boys Harmonies. On Its Second Half, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming Sounds More Traditionally M83, From The Triumphant Yet Heartbroken "My Tears Are Becoming A Sea" To The Thrilling Rush Of "New Map" And "Steve Mcqueen." Despite The Album's Sprawl, Gonzalez Holds Everything Together With Wide-eyed Enthusiasm. He Handles Most Of The Vocals Here, Singing With A Yelp That Evokes Howard Jones On "Reunion" And "Ok Pal" -- And While This Album Is As Indebted To The '80s As His Previous Album Was, It Somehow Feels Less Steeped In Nostalgia. Gonzalez Displays His Uncanny Knack For Making Unfashionable Sounds Fresh Again With "Claudia Lewis'" Un-ironic Slap Bass And "Splendor'"S Children’s Choir; It Takes Guts To Use These Sounds, And Brains To Use Them Well, And Fortunately, He Has Both. Unlike Saturdays = Youth's Wall-to-wall Epics, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming Ebbs And Flows, With Interludes Like The Dreamy "Echoes Of Mine" And "Klaus I Love You" Tipping The Album’s Balance Toward Atmosphere Instead Of Pop Songs. More Than Any Of M83's Other Albums, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming Feels Like A Destination To Explore, And Its Retro-futuristic Ambition Helped Set The Tone For Synth Pop In The 2010s. more
Junk
New - LP - 9640-1
Sealed 2016 180gm 2LP Original. Includes Download And Etching On Side D. "The Success Of Saturdays = Youth And Hurry Up, We're Dreaming Led M83's Anthony Gonzalez To Even Bigger, Arguably Less Personal, Projects Like His Score For The 2013 Sci-fi Blockbuster Oblivion, So It's No Surprise That He Reclaims His Independence -- Sometimes Willfully So -- On Junk. With The Audacious Opener "Do It, Try It," A Fantasia Of Tweaked Vocals, Slap Bass, And Unapologetically Cheap-sounding Midi Piano, He And Justin Meldal-johnsen Let Listeners Know That The Sequel To "Midnight City" Isn't Happening Here. Instead, They Deliver A Love Letter To Vintage Schmaltz That Finds The Treasure In What Many Consider Trash. If Saturdays = Youth Was A Sweeping Tone Poem To The Glamour Of John Hughes' '80s, Then Junk's Look And Sound Prove M83 Is Just As Devoted To The Decade's Decidedly Uncool Side. The Album's Artwork Is Bedecked With Shaggy Puppets That Look Like The Great Space Coaster Rejects And Scrawled Lettering Straight Out Of Punky Brewster, And Gonzalez And Meldal-johnsen Revel In Their Musical Equivalents: The Harmonica Solo On "Sunday Night 1987" -- A Title That Distills Junk's Mood And Inspiration Perfectly -- Hasn't Been Used In Such A Genuine Fashion Since 1987. "Bibi The Dog" Shows The Era's Europop Novelties Some Love, While "Moon Crystal"'s Perky Strings, Brass, And Keys Are Equally Breezy And Comforting, Evoking A World Lit Only By The Glow Of A Tv Set. Elsewhere, The Panoramic Synths Of M83's Earlier Work Are Traded For Sharp-edged, Aggressively Digital Sounds That Connect Less Overtly Retro Moments Like "Walkway Blues" And The High-octane Romance Of "Go!" And "Road Blaster" To The Rest Of The Album. Junk's Cultural Dumpster-diving Works So Well Because It's Done With Lots Of Love And Zero Irony. As Gonzalez Mourns Lost Times, People, And Sounds, The Album's Poignancy Feels More Genuine Than Its Influences: The Syrupy, Borderline Maudlin "For The Kids" Could've Been Recorded By Bette Midler Or Dionne Warwick For An Animated Kids' Movie Back In The Day, But Also Lays Bare The Wide-eyed Sentimentality Of M83's Earlier Music. Meanwhile, "Solitude" And "Time Wind," A Collaboration With Beck, Capture The Feeling Of Being Small And Lonely In A Big World Thanks To Their Sweeping Arrangements, Which Feel As Indebted To His Work As A Composer As They Do To The 1980s' Fondness For Orchestral Pop. Much Like Daft Punk's Random Access Memories, Junk Looks Back In A Way That's So Accomplished That It's Difficult To Call It A Retreat. Instead, It Feels Like A Reminder That Gonzalez Is Dedicated To Making Music On His Own Terms, Even If The Results Are Polarizing. While All Listeners May Not Share His Fascination With '80s Pop Culture Detritus, It's Hard Not To Respect How Expertly He Transforms It Into Something Genuine." AMG Review by Heather Phares. more
M83
New - LP - 9544
Sealed 2014 2LP 180gm Reissue. Includes MP3 Download. more
Reunion Remixes
New - 12 - 9548-0
Sealed 2012 Black Friday RSD 12 Inch Release. Black Mark Through Barcode On Back Cover. more
Saturdays = Youth
New - LP - 9629-1
Sealed 2016 2LP 180gm Reissue. more
Saturdays=Youth
New - LP - 9384
Sealed, Out Of Print 2008 2LP. “Like Fellow Frenchmen Air And Daft Punk, M83's Anthony Gonzalez Has The Knack For Making Sounds Others Might Think Of As Outdated, Or Even Tacky, Into Music That Feels Stylish And Fresh. Saturdays=Youth Lives Up To Its Evocative Title, But The Youth It Captures Is Filtered Through Nostalgia For The Unrepentantly Fake Sounds Of The '80s, Transforming Them Into Delicate Fantasy Pop. Synths Whoosh Like Wind Tunnels And Ping Like Lasers, Guitars Are Whipped Into Ethereal Froth, The Drums Are Robotic And Proud Of It, And The Production Reproduces The Cleaner-Than-Clean, Almost Brittle Style Of The Era Almost Too Perfectly. The Largely Instrumental "Couleurs" Races Through The Night On Synth And Drum Swells That Haven't Been Heard Since Miami Vice's Heyday, While "Skin Of The Night" Sounds Like It Borrows Phil Collins' Kit From No Jacket Required. Though Saturdays=Youth Often Plays Like A Love Letter To Artists Ranging From The Cocteau Twins To Mr. Mister, It Never Seems Like An Exercise Designed To Just Re-Create Those Sounds. The Cinematic Feel Of Before The Dawn Heals Us Is Stronger Than Ever Here, From The 11-Minute Finale "Midnight Souls Still Remain," Which Unfolds Like Closing Credits, To The Breakfast Club-Meets-Fashion Shoot Album Cover, Which Makes Saturdays=Youth Appear To Be The Soundtrack To The Most Glamorous Film John Hughes Never Made. This Hyper-Stylized Teen Romance And Angst Drive The Album, Taking It To The Highest Highs And The Lowest Lows.” – Heather Phares, AMG more
You And The Night
New - LP - 9588-1
Sealed 2014 Soundtrack To The French Film Directed By Yann Gonzalez. Includes CD. more

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