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Shins "Oh Inverted World" 20th Anniversary Remaster LOSER EDITION

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Comes out June 11th

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Shins "Oh Inverted World" 20th Anniversary Remaster
[Loser Edition] - $20.99
Limited edition on light-blue w/ white marble
Extra-wide die-cut jacket with custom dust sleeve and 20-page booklet

[Black Vinyl] - $20.99
Extra-wide die-cut jacket with custom dust sleeve and 20-page booklet

CD - $11.99
Cassette - $7.99

Oh, Inverted World, the earth-shattering, indie-rock-redefining 2001 debut album by The Shins, is presented here in its finest form, dressed up all nice for its 20th birthday. The classic tunes get new life by way of a full remastering job under band leader James Mercer’s watchful eye, the art is given a little extra zest via a die-cut jacket and a classy inner sleeve, and the package is rounded o with a big ol’ booklet with vintage photos, handwritten
lyrics, and more.

The music, of course, is obviously essential. Aside from a friendly reminder that this is the album with the smash hit “New Slang,” as heard in the hit movie Garden State, we just need to note that the remastering job truly makes
this the album James Mercer always wanted it to be. Never quite satisfied
with the sonics of the original, Mercer took the 20th anniversary of the album as his opportunity to finally set the (literal!) record straight. And the results sound stellar: great for new fans, and well worth the attention of those already
on board!

For old times’ sake, here’s what we had to say about this record back when it came out: Hailing from Albuquerque, NM, The Shins sprung from the ashes of Flake/Flake Music in 1997 (though those previous incarnations date back nearly a decade) – same members, dierent instruments, dierent approach. Counterpoint guitars have given way to a single guitar pitted
against calculated keyboard passages; swarming indie rock machinations led
to pop-based melodic endeavors (who knew?).


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