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Field Day Expanded Edition

$58.05
  • Field Day Expanded Edition - UrbanVinylStore
  • Field Day Expanded Edition - UrbanVinylStore
  • Field Day Expanded Edition - UrbanVinylStore
  • Field Day Expanded Edition - UrbanVinylStore

UrbanVinylStore

Field Day Expanded Edition

$58.05

Field Day Expanded Edition

Intervention Records Premium Reissue Features: Artist-Approved Edition Brand-New Cover Art Selected by Marshall Crenshaw 100% Analog Mastering FROM THE ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES! Mastered by Kevin Gray At CoHEARent Audio Expanded Edition With Bonus US Remix 12" EP Included Ultra-Quiet 180-Gram Vinyl Pressed At RTI Beautiful Old Style Gatefold Jacket Printed By Stoughton. Intervention Records is thrilled to relaunch FIELD DAY on premium 180-gram vinyl as an Artist-Approved EXPANDED EDITION double album set! The Field Day relaunch features ALL-NEW cover art chosen by Crenshaw, and the Expanded Edition for the first time combines Field Day’s original repertoire with a second disc comprised of the US Remix EP. Musically Field Day is Crenshaw at his best, with addictive hooks, heart-tugging lyrics and beautiful melodies. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, Field Day was a sonic departure from Marshall's debut album. Very intentionally so, says Marshall: "Part of the characteristic sound of Field Day is the sound of tube equipment. Every control room at the Power Station had a giant rack of vintage Pultec EQs; pretty much everything on the album passed through those at some point or another." Of Lillywhite's production, Marshall states, "To me (it) sounds like a thunderstorm in a rain forest." Shortly after Field Day was released, the US Remix EP was born featuring markedly different remixes of several of Field Day’s best tunes, including "Our Town," "For Her Love" and "Monday Morning Rock.” Deepening the mystery, and contrary to its name, the "US Remix" EP was only released in the UK. Field Day and the US Remix EP are mastered 100% Analog by CoHEARent Audio’s Kevin Gray directly from the original analog master tapes! Engineered by Scott Litt, this album has big, muscular sound Marshall was looking for and Kevin Gray's reissue nails it!