Sigur Ros
( ) The Bracket Album=2020 reissue 2LP=

  2 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 2002 ) 2020 EU reissue on 180g vinyl 2LP -the third full-length album from Icelandic band Sigur Rós, It comprises eight untitled tracks, divided into two parts: the first four track...

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Release date:02 -10-2020 (Originally released in 2002)

2020 EU reissue on 180g 2LP - the third full-length album from Icelandic band Sigur Rós, first released in October 2002. It comprises eight untitled tracks, divided into two parts: the first four tracks are lighter and more optimistic, while the latter four are bleaker and more melancholic. The two halves are divided by a 36-second silence, and the album opens and closes with a click of distortion. Lead singer Jón Þór Birgisson ("Jónsi") sang the album's lyrics entirely in "Hopelandic", a made-up language consisting of gibberish words. ( ) reached No. 51 on the Billboard 200 and was positively received by critics.


A1 Untitled  6:38 
A2 Untitled  7:33 
A3 Untitled  6:33
B1 Untitled  6:56 
B2 Untitled  9:57
C1 Untitled  8:48 
C2 Untitled  13:00 

D Untitled  11:45

Album has been referred to as "Svigaplatan" by members of Sigur Ros, which translates to "The Bracket Album". Below are the titles the band has for the otherwise officially untitled songs themselves:

Untitled 1 - Vaka (the name of Orri's daughter)
Untitled 2 - Fyrsta (the first song)
Untitled 3 - Samskeyti (attachment)
Untitled 4 - Njósnavélin (the spy machine)
Untitled 5 - Álafoss (the location of the band's studio)
Untitled 6 - E-bow [georg uses an e-bow on his bass in this song]
Untitled 7 - Dauðalagið (the death song)
Untitled 8 - Popplagið (the pop song)

Pressed on 180 Gram black vinyl.
Cardboard single sleeve jacket with die-cut ( ) and spot UV inner bags. on back of jacket.

( ) - Sigur Rós’s celebrated third album, and for many people - especially in US where it remains their biggest selling work - the most quintessentially “Sigur Rós” record of their career to date. It is the only album where Jónsi sings entirely in the wordless lyrics of Hopelandic. A desire to elide meaning and allow the listener to bring their own interpretation to the music, extends to the eight songs, all of which are nameless. The music is broadly divided into two halves, divided by a critical 36 seconds of silence. The first half of the album being lighter and more optimistic, and the second half bleaker and more melancholic, culminating in the thundering climax of Untitled #8, the closing song of every Sigur Rós show since the song was written in 2000.

( ) was recorded at the band’s own studio Sundlaugin, in Mosfellsbær outside Reykjavik, in 2002, co-produced by the band with Ken Thomas, who also helmed their break through second album, Agætis Byrjun. Completely out of print, the vinyl album now comes in its full Grammy-nominated artwork, including die-cut sleeve and spot UV varnish inner bags.

Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Krunk
Originally released: 2002
This release: 2020
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