The Oh Hellos - Through The Deep, Dark Valley: Ten Year Anniversary [Import LP] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. The Valley
2. Like the Dawn
3. Eat You Alive
4. Second Child, Restless Child
5. Wishing Well
6. In Memoriam
7. The Lament of Eustace Scrubb
8. I Was Wrong
9. I Have Made Mistakes
10. The Truth Is a Cave
11. The Valley (Reprise)

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To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the band's first full-length studio album, The Oh Hellos present a special re-mastered re-issue of Through The Deep, Dark Valley in three different formats: digital, black 180g vinyl, and a limited Deluxe Edition vinyl.Remastered for the occasion, the re-issue offers fans a chance to hear the music in a new light, and refresh their relationship with the album. The Deluxe Edition houses the album in a stunning, one-of-a-kind "pop-up jacket" designed by Alan Hynes, on 180g orange galaxy vinyl, presented in a windowed lift-off box displaying the layered artwork inside. "When we first wrote Through the Deep, Dark Valley, we wanted the album to flow like a narrative," says Tyler Heath. "Ever since, it's been a pattern we've found ourselves leaning into more and more with every record. To celebrate that original narrative spirit a decade later, we wanted this anniversary re-issue to feel a little like a pop-up storybook that draws you in for the journey. We also enlisted the talented Charlie Kramsky to shine up our old recordings into a new Ten Year Anniversary Remaster." Through The Deep, Dark Valley is a self-contained concept album, so for best results should be listened to in it's entirety, in order, in one sitting.