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Sparklehorse - Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot Mp3 album

Sparklehorse - Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot Mp3 album

Slow River Records
SL - 17
Alternative Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
MP3 archive size:
2628 mb
FLAC archive size:
2315 mb


1Tears On Fresh Fruit2:07
2Weird Sisters
Acoustic Guitar – Mark LinkousDrums – David BushGuitar [Electric] – David Charles
Mixed By – Brian Harvey
4Spirit Ditch
Acoustic Guitar [Nylon String Guitar] – David CharlesTape [Tapes] – Mark Linkous
Keyboards – David Charles
6Hammering The Cramps
Mixed By – John Moran
7Heart Of Darkness
Acoustic Guitar [Nylon String Guitar] – David CharlesGuitar [Pedal Steel] – Mike LucasMellotron – Mark Linkous
8Sad & Beautiful World
Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Mike LucasPercussion [Brushes] – Mark Linkous
9Gasoline Horseys2:39
10Waiting For Nothing2:28
11Most Beautiful Widow In Town3:18
12Ballad Of A Cold Lost Marble
Noises [Dying Guitar Amp] – Paul Watson
13850 Double Pumper Holley
Voice – Bob Rupe
14Homecoming Queen3:35
15Someday I Will Treat You Good
Bass, Guitar – David Charles
Banjo, Performer [Echoharp] – Mark LinkousDrums – David BushPercussion – Johnny Hott
17Little Bastard Choo Choo
Mellotron, Organ [Duct Tape Chord Organ] – Mark LinkousProducer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Vibraphone [Hammer In Vibraphone] – Dennis Herring


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDP 7243 8 32816 2 6Sparklehorse Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot ‎(CD, Album)Capitol RecordsCDP 7243 8 32816 2 6US1995
CDP-532816Sparklehorse Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot ‎(CD, Album, Club)Capitol RecordsCDP-532816US1996
C4 7243 8 32816 4 0Sparklehorse Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot ‎(Cass)Capitol RecordsC4 7243 8 32816 4 0US1995
7243 8 32816 1 9Sparklehorse Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot ‎(LP, Album)Parlophone7243 8 32816 1 9UK1996
TCEST 2280, 7243 8 32816 4 0Sparklehorse Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot ‎(Cass)Parlophone, ParlophoneTCEST 2280, 7243 8 32816 4 0UK1996


  • BassArmstead Welleford (tracks: A2, A5, B6), Bob Rupe (tracks: A4, A7, A8, B3, B4)
  • DrumsDavid Charles (tracks: A4, A7, B3), Johnny Hott (tracks: A5, B4 to B6)
  • GuitarMark Linkous (tracks: A4, A5, A7, A8, B3, B5, B6)
  • Mastered ByHowie Weinberg
  • Mixed ByDavid Charles (tracks: A2, A5, A7, A8, B1, B5, B6), Mark Linkous (tracks: A1, A4, A6, A9, B2, B3 to B5, B7)
  • Performer [All Instruments]Mark Linkous (tracks: A1, A6, A9, B2, B7)
  • Producer, Recorded ByDavid Charles (tracks: A2, A4, A5, A7, A8, B3 to B6), Mark Linkous (tracks: A1, A3, A5, A6, A9, B1 to B7)
  • VoiceMark Linkous (tracks: A2, A4, A5, A7, A8, B3, B5, B6)
  • Written-ByMark Linkous


A hype sticker is attached to the shrinkwrap on some copies and reads: "This limited edition vinyl LP includes material not released on the Capitol CD or Cassette."

Track sequence is listed incorrectly on the back cover. 'Little Bastard Choo Choo' is listed as track 1 on side B, when it actually appears at the end of side A (track A9). 'Hammering The Cramps' is listed as track 2 on side B, it is actually track B1. Track B8 is the vinyl only 'Waiting for Nothing' which would later appear on the 'Distorted Ghost' EP in 1999.


  • Barcode: 0 79082 51221 3


  • This is the best pressing to own by a long shot!! It’s collectible due to its 1st press status and it’s a wonderful pressing with a Tubey analog soundstage to feast your ears on!

  • Great album. To have it on vinyl, one is either stuck with Plain Recordings, which is worse than horrible, or pay these inflated prices. ML RIP Sorry the world is such a dung heap.

  • I stumbled upon a reasonably priced copy of the OG some years back at a Chicago record store that is known to keep prices agreeable. On the flipside, that means they don't give you jack or coke if you're selling. And if that day ever comes, I'll keep this in mind. I think decent OG copies of records should never really go for more than 30 a pop, even if that's how much we pay for new/warped and noisy "180 gram" crud these days.

  • This album changed my life, and it will change yours too. A Masterpiece.