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The Caretaker - Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage 4 mp3 download


Stage 4 Post Awareness Confusions 22:09
Stage 4 Post Awareness Confusions 21:52
Stage 4 Temporary Bliss State 21:01
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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HAFTW028 The Caretaker Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage 4 ‎(4xFile, MP3, Album, 320) History Always Favours The Winners HAFTW028 UK 2018
HAFTW028-LP The Caretaker Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage 4 ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd) History Always Favours The Winners HAFTW028-LP UK 2018
HAFTW028-LP The Caretaker Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage 4 ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Blu) History Always Favours The Winners HAFTW028-LP UK 2018
HAFTW028 The Caretaker Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage 4 ‎(4xFile, FLAC, Album) History Always Favours The Winners HAFTW028 UK 2018
HAFTW028 The Caretaker Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage 4 ‎(4xFile, WAV, Album) History Always Favours The Winners HAFTW028 UK 2018

The Caretaker - Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage 4 mp3 download
Performer: The Caretaker
Genre: Electronic
Title: Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage 4
Country: UK
Released: 2018
Style: Sound Collage, Ambient, Dark Ambient
MP3 version ZIP size: 1898 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1259 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 946
Other Formats: MOD TTA AA AUD MP3 AHX XM

So the question now is.. Did Boomkat hang on to a few hundred copies till now, or is this a new batch?
one life
The blue edition sold out in a couple of hours and they announced that 600 copies were pressed. For the past stages only 300 copies were available. I would assume that they originally sold 300 copies and held back the other 300 until now. They also pressed 600 copies of the stage 5... are we going to have another "best of 2018" edition? I wouldn't be surprised.
Probably so..They've done it before, and since they didn't announce a copy run for this, like they did on every other special 2018 edition, it is a safe assumption to say they held back some copies.If the records arrive and everything is identical to the earlier release copies, then this is the case.
Hilarious Kangaroo
Side C of this release is just magical, the most complete realization of the caretaker sound, highly recommended
so you should listen to Ethan Rose's stuff because it's close.
17:04pm [GMT]: The Caretaker "Everywhere At The End Of Time - Stage Five" Coloured Vinyl now up on Boomkat. You know what to do....good luck :)
Pretty scary and disturbing yet beautiful music. Reminds me a bit of his Shostakovich experiment as V/VM back in 2003... Under all the noise and chaos there are always little melodies lurking, blossoming for seconds just to be drowned again by the tidal wave of chaos and oblivion. An intense experience.
This stage is pretty dense. It's a big jump from 3 to 4. Be prepared
Love this series. Best listened to in sequential order from start to finish. I listened to the whole thing (well the first three disks) through twice last week, and it all started to make perfect sense. It gets really weird in places, and creepy, and speaking as someone who's old man just died through a dementia-related accident, the series has extra poignancy.
Okay, and addedum to the above, I'm just listening to Stage 4 for the first time: woah. HUGE leap from 3 to 4. Not even sure what speed this should be played on.
If anyone would be interested in a trade, I have one mint, sealed copy of this and one of the blue variant of stage 2 which I'm looking to trade for mint blue variants of stages one and three. Any interest, please let me know...
The blue color of the wax on this one looks silly, way too bright, totally clashes with the rest of the package. Black wax on this looks better, but probably not a good idea to buy the black version if your only intention is to turn around and flip it for 8 times the retail price (because that's what decent, dignified people do - screw the real fans (and artist) over for some easy money).PS: I love the "opened only to verify color" excuse to sell used records as new. The hype sticker verifies the color of the wax. The notion that one needs to open it to verify is like saying you need to open a box of Cheez-it crackers to make sure the box contains cheez-its. I feel bad for people sometimes.PPS: Looking forward to the vinyl boxset containing records of all volumes of the Everywhere At The End Of Time series.
In ref to Broxburn quote of LJK. And yet here we are at the end and Boonkat has put up Stages 1-3 vinyl set and Stages 4-6 vinyl set. Not sure if they held copies back and are just putting them out now or what. But seems there are sets available.
I only wish a few more copies of the black vinyl would come back in stock at Boomkat. I missed out on this beauty.
FYI There is no hype sticker indicating color on my copy (blue vinyl)
Dancing Lion
you sound like a guy who's really fun at parties
There won't be a box set of all six albums and extras as this would be disingenuous to those who have supported stage by stage.In terms of the colour aspect at the start of the series blue was chosen for a limited amount for each stage and we decidedto stick with the same colour through the whole series to keep it uniformed in its design.The pressing plant we use, which offers one of the best quality of pressings in Europe, only offers a limited colour range.It's a shame to see these being flipped by people because it is not the intention to punish fans but it must also be rememberedI am not EMI so often releases have to be limited to be feasible.Don't worry though I won't be commissioning an orchestra for 'interpretations'. The releases will each be what they will be and no more.We keep things in print where we can and when we can. It's a battle always.Thanks for the support through the series.LJK
stop buying coloured vinyl. its extremely liberating, and your record collection will no longer be ugly. also the man himself has stated there will be no vinyl box set.
I agree the blue isn't terribly exciting. The gold used on the represses of the Leyland Kirby trilogy were much more interesting. Too late now, though. It'll be blue all the way.Also agree with emmett9 - these do not have stickers on the shrink-wrapping to indicate colour. Furthermore, Boomkat also often open the shrinkwrap themselves (but leave it in place) to verify colour before sending, and also sometimes remove the discs from their sleeves to prevent seam splits during transit. Might be another reason for the frequent "opened to verify colour" thing.
You definitely sound like someone prepping to flip a pre-order. :) But seriously emmett, I've been buying records for 20 years and never once had an issue with a mislabeled colored record, or vice versa. Yes, I believe it *sometimes* happens, but nowhere near as frequent as the "opened to verify color" folks would have you believe, and I've had waaaay too many unfortunate purchases on Discogs (in my early days) of buying "opened only to verify color" records showing up that were clearly very, very much used. In fact, I don't think any of the 30+ "opened to verify color" records ever showed up looking remotely like they were "opened to verify color". No, they all looked "opened and played multiple times". If people want to be trusting and fork over hundreds of dollars on something like that, I say let them. I've already learned my lesson though.But come on, you think that bright, boring blue looks remotely interesting? At least do a marble or merge color way that accentuates the album art itself. The plain blue looks lazy and pointless. But if you think it looks great then who am I to tell you you're wrong.
I've never sold a single Caretaker record, but I've bought several of them upon release. I can tell you that NONE of the colored vinyl copies that I've bought have come with a hyper sticker indicating the color of the vinyl. Additionally, I bought (here on discogs) a still-sealed copy of a Caretaker record that was listed as being colored. When I opened it, it was black vinyl. Thankfully the seller was totally gracious about accepting a return. My point is that there truly is no way of absolutely knowing what color vinyl is contained within a sealed copy without opening it, particularly if it's being sold second-hand.And I disagree; the blue vinyl for Stage 4 looks great. But agree that black would be perfectly excellent, too.
I seriously love this series of work. Excited to hear how this release develops/deconstructs from the last.
Personally, I doubt it was 600 coloured copies. Seems nearly impossible that quantity was sold in two hours. Maybe that’s the total run and they had a “strictly limited” copies of the coloured version, as a part of them. In addition: this version is exclusive to Boomkat?
Boomkat don't sell them all right away. They hold back some to sell later. For example today they have put this one back up for sale on their site as part of their best of 2018 series.
The Caretaker/Leyland Kirby stuff is only available through Boomkat. And yes, it's strange because the past releases had only 200-300 coloured copies
Not really. Why is that so hard to believe? 600 is nothing. The latest 2814 sold out on Bleep in less than that. And that was 500. And 500 is generally the minimum a label would press to make a decent profit. Something Boomkat and their distribution company obviously do.If you have doubts, when not just ask James himself? He’s eminently approachable and not it in for the money...
Oh here we go again a seller [Murcutio] advertising a vinyl copy for sale at £89.99 when the vinyl copies haven't even yet been shipped from Boomkat. Now there's a surprise!
Hauntology Yes indeed. Plus this listing is still clearly a websub...
LorikeetRecords: It sold out in just over two hours. That's actually fairly typical for the color vinyl editions of Caretaker records.
Jamesqdot: Precisely. I'm in the UK and order from Boomkat regularly. They informed me that my copy was dispatched at 10:35am this morning which means it will arrive tomorrow or possibly the day after, yet miraculously, another seller in Germany [Spiderland77] has a copy up for sale now. Obviously he flew over here in his private jet to pick up his copy.
How quickly was this sold out ... jesus christ. It's like trying to buy tickets for Beyonce in some fucking giant stadium.
Indeed. Plus it was advertised as being “sealed”. How did he know that? At least Half the time Boomkat unseal them to check colour and also sometimes remove the vinyl to ensure the sleeve arrives with no seam splits.Some people...