|Title:||P.J. Harvey Stories From City, Stores From The Sea 2021 reissue vinyl LP|
Please note this release date may be subject to change and also stock arrival can be subject to delays, in particular if this is an overseas release.
|Condition:||NEW SEALED has slight ding to corners|
Reissue on vinyl of the fifth PJ Harvey studio album Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea. Produced by PJ Harvey with Rob Ellis and Mick Harvey, and originally released in November 2000, Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea features the singles ‘Good Fortune’, ‘A Place Called Home’ and ‘This Is Love’ and includes a duet with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke on ‘This Mess We’re In’. The album won the Mercury Music Prize in 2001. Reissue is faithful to the original recording and package, cutting by Jason Mitchell at Loud Mastering under the guidance of longtime PJ Harvey producer Head. 1LP, 180gsm black vinyl. Full colour outer sleeve, with printed inner sleeve and lyrics insert. Download card
3.A Place Called Home
6.The Whores Hustle And The Hustlers Whore
1.This Mess We’re In
2.You Said Something
4.This Is Love
5.Horses In My Dreams
note: has slight seam split at top of sleeve
NEW SEALED has slight ding to corners
Great reissue - faithful to the original pressing,By: James Quick on 8 April 2021I was really excited when PJ Harvey finally announced the reissue of Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea. The record has been out of print for 20 years and it can be finally bought at a reasonable price - the original pressing goes for very high prices. I pre-ordered the reissue once I had the opportunity to do so. The record jacket is standard however could have been improved as a gatefold. The disc comes in a cardboard inner sleeve - I recommend putting it in an anti-static inner sleeve when received. I cannot compare this reissue to the original based on the quality of the sound. Overall the sound quality is good but not amazing. It is definitely a record which has been mixed at a low volume so it requires the volume, treble and bass to be turned up on an amplifier. If you are a fan of PJ Harvey and this album then I think this vinyl release is worth purchasing based on the quality of the music alone.