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Tracklist

1Sister Of Mercy
2Hold Me Now (12" Version)
3Day After Day
4Who Can Stop The Rain
5You Take Me Up
6Leopard Ray
7Panic Station (Day After Day)
8The Gap
9Doctor! Doctor!
10Hold Me Now
11Down Tools
12No Peace For The Wicked
13Sister Of Mercy (Extended Version)
14Storm On The Sea
15Doctor! Doctor! (Extended Version)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
205 971Thompson Twins Into The Gap ‎(LP, Album)Arista205 971UK1984
ARL 8049Thompson Twins Into The Gap ‎(LP, Album)AriolaARL 8049Zimbabwe1984
AL8-8200Thompson Twins Into The Gap ‎(LP, Album, Club, CRC)AristaAL8-8200US1984
CML - 80.274Thompson Twins Hacia El Espacio = Into The Gap ‎(Cass, Album)AristaCML - 80.274Argentina1984
ARS 39186Thompson Twins Into The Gap ‎(LP, Album)AristaARS 39186Italy1984

Credits

  • Art DirectionAlannah Currie, Nick Marchant
  • Co-producerTom Bailey
  • EngineerChris Dickie, Frank Gibson, Steve Dewey
  • Lacquer Cut ByJP
  • Lyrics ByAlannah Currie
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Percussion, Drums, Backing Vocals, Marimba, XylophoneAlannah Currie
  • Photography ByPaul Cox , Peter Ashworth
  • ProducerAlex Sadkin
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByPhil Thornalley
  • SleeveSatori
  • Synthesizer, Congas, Backing VocalsJoe Leeway
  • TablaPandit Dinesh (tracks: B1)
  • Vocals, Synthesizer, Piano, Contrabass, Harmonica, Guitar, Drum ProgrammingTom Bailey
  • Written-ByAlannah Currie, Joe Leeway, Tom Bailey

Notes

Features new liner notes by Tom Bailey, written in April 2016.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5038622134815
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (etched)): BG 27944-01 A1 JP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (etched)): BG 27944-01 B1 JP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C (etched)): BG 39752-01 A1 JP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D (etched)): BG 39752-01 B1 JP

Companies

  • Recorded At – Compass Point Studios
  • Mixed At – RAK Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Vinyl 180
  • Licensed To – BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG 27944
  • Lacquer Cut At – Optimal Media GmbH

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Download Thompson Twins - Into The Gap FLAC

Performer: Thompson Twins

Title: Into The Gap

Country: UK

Release date: 09 Sep 2016

Label: Vinyl 180

Catalog: VIN180LP104

Genre: Pop

Size MP3: 1563 mb

Size FLAC: 1352 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 412

Record source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Remastered, Special Edition, 180g

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Kulabandis
I was excited for this remastered release, because I have loved the original album for many years, but it was sadly underwhelming. In fact, the sound quality is kinda backward. My original Arista release from 1984 sounds more like a remaster than this new remaster does! I knew that my original LP has always sounded great, so I was curious as to how a remaster could really improve upon it and I found that there was no improving it in any way. The depth is lacking, the different instrument levels are all over the place, some parts sound compressed and cut by a noise gate, and there is surprisingly LESS bass than the original! This remaster was fabled to bring out the wonderful synth parts even more, but somehow subdued them. This release would have been worth owning for the extra LP of remixes, but you only get half of the remixes that were originally included on the double cassette! Such a missed opportunity in so many ways. I wish that I had purchased the limited edition blue vinyl, so it would have at least looked cool. I want to support the (quality) reissuing of classic albums, but I would recommend skipping this one and buying a fresh sealed copy of the original release if you don’t already have one.
Kulabandis
I was excited for this remastered release, because I have loved the original album for many years, but it was sadly underwhelming. In fact, the sound quality is kinda backward. My original Arista release from 1984 sounds more like a remaster than this new remaster does! I knew that my original LP has always sounded great, so I was curious as to how a remaster could really improve upon it and I found that there was no improving it in any way. The depth is lacking, the different instrument levels are all over the place, some parts sound compressed and cut by a noise gate, and there is surprisingly LESS bass than the original! This remaster was fabled to bring out the wonderful synth parts even more, but somehow subdued them. This release would have been worth owning for the extra LP of remixes, but you only get half of the remixes that were originally included on the double cassette! Such a missed opportunity in so many ways. I wish that I had purchased the limited edition blue vinyl, so it would have at least looked cool. I want to support the (quality) reissuing of classic albums, but I would recommend skipping this one and buying a fresh sealed copy of the original release if you don’t already have one.
Kizshura
You have proven my point of don't fix what is not broken. If I have a 70's, 80's or 90's record, I wouldn't try to improve upon it (unless it's beat). I'm not saying it's impossible, but the chances are that you have the best in your hands. Now, If I don't have a specific release that I want and it's out-of-this-world expensive, I probably will buy a new release. Most new releases use a digital source though and it's apparent. So....don't go changing!
Kizshura
You have proven my point of don't fix what is not broken. If I have a 70's, 80's or 90's record, I wouldn't try to improve upon it (unless it's beat). I'm not saying it's impossible, but the chances are that you have the best in your hands. Now, If I don't have a specific release that I want and it's out-of-this-world expensive, I probably will buy a new release. Most new releases use a digital source though and it's apparent. So....don't go changing!
Yllk
It's unfortunate that, for whatever reason, the bonus disc here does not include the complete remix album that accompanied the original UK cassette. This same company's reissue of "Quick Step & Side Kick" accurately reproduced that album's UK cassette remix album, so I was expecting this release to do the same. Unfortunately I didn't read the track listing closely enough before ordering. Having purchased the nice looking blue vinyl reissue they just recently released, I didn't need this double disc at all. That said, it's not particularly bad, just unnecessary and very perplexing. I'll be more careful when ordering in the future.
Yllk
It's unfortunate that, for whatever reason, the bonus disc here does not include the complete remix album that accompanied the original UK cassette. This same company's reissue of "Quick Step & Side Kick" accurately reproduced that album's UK cassette remix album, so I was expecting this release to do the same. Unfortunately I didn't read the track listing closely enough before ordering. Having purchased the nice looking blue vinyl reissue they just recently released, I didn't need this double disc at all. That said, it's not particularly bad, just unnecessary and very perplexing. I'll be more careful when ordering in the future.