Mumford & Sons ‎– Delta - 2018 Alt Folk Rock 2LP

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Mumford & Sons ‎– Delta

Glassnote Entertainment Group LLC ‎– GLS-0240-01
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
16 Nov 2018
Folk Rock, Alternative Rock


1 42 4:01
2 Guiding Light 3:38
3 Woman 4:35
4 Beloved 4:25


5 The Wild 5:32
6 October Skies 3:34
7 Slip Away 4:55


8 Rose of Sharon 3:24
9 Picture You 4:03
10 Darkness Visible 3:11
11 If I Say 4:30


12 Wild Heart 5:06
13 Forever 4:37
14 Delta 6:16



Gatefold cover, First Edition on spine
No track listing on cover
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode: 810599022204
Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): 31657.1 (3)... GLS-0240-01A
Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B): MASTER BY CAPITAL
Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): 31657.2 (3)... GLS-0240-01-B
Matrix / Runout (Etched Side C): 31657.3 (3)... GLS-0240-01-C
Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side D): MASTERED BY CAPITAL
Matrix / Runout (Etched Side D): 31657.4 (3)... GLS-240-01-D

" The last time Mumford and Sons released a full-length record, it was 2015, when the band caught flak for Wilder Mind and its hard swerve into the world of arena-rattling alt-rock guitars. Three years later, they’ve reconvened with mega-pop producer Paul Epworth (Adele, Coldplay, Florence + the Machine) for Delta, a record that further eschews their mandolin-filled glory days for material touted elsewhere as the band’s most experimental to date.

The Good: Anyone worried that “experimental” might translate to “Marcus Mumford Presents: Metal Machine Music II” can rest easy: Delta is a Mumford and Sons record through and through, one packed with big, earnest music about big, earnest topics (in this case, mostly the grief of loss, especially the romantic variety). The album clicks best on its second half, when a run of winners finds the band dabbling in the West Africa rhythms of recent collaborators The Very Best (“Rose of Sharon”), maximizing Epworth’s knack for cinematic pop (“Picture You” and “If I Say”), and closing with the kind of fist-pumping catharsis bound to leave concert crowds the good kind of hoarse (“Delta”). Here, as well as on quieter cuts like the Sally Herbert-arranged “The Wilds”, the band delivers on their promise, writing big-screen confessionals that feel like diary pages projected onto the side of a building." (C of S )

More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Glassnote Entertainment Group
Color Black