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Death Grips - No Love Deep Web

  • Singer: Death Grips
  • Album: No Love Deep Web
  • MP3: 1731 mb | FLAC: 1503 mb
  • Released: 2013
  • Country: US
  • Style: Hardcore Hip-Hop, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 268
Death Grips - No Love Deep Web
Death Grips - No Love Deep Web


A1 Come Up And Get Me 4:12
A2 Lil Boy 3:46
A3 No Love 5:03
A4 Black Dice 3:26
A5 World Of Dogs 2:42
A6 Lock Your Doors 3:52
B1 Whammy 3:09
B2 Hunger Games 2:39
B3 Deep Web 2:18
B4 Stockton 3:17
B5 Pop 2:53
B6 Bass Rattle Stars Out The Sky 2:27
B7 Artificial Death In The West 5:58

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Third Worlds, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Third Worlds, LLC
  • Manufactured By – Harvest Records
  • Distributed By – Harvest Records
  • Manufactured By – Caroline Distribution
  • Distributed By – Caroline Distribution
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-88269
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-88270


Harvest reissue. Album's original picture sleeve is housed inside a black textured plastic outer sleeve with a warning about its explicit nature. Comes with insert.

Disc is repressed from the original independent vinyl release's masters (deciphered from runouts)

℗© 2013 Third Worlds, LLC. [...] Manufactured and distributed by Harvest Records/Caroline

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 02537 53177 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): S-88269 104084E1/A PIRATES PRESS - DEATH GRIPS A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): S-88270 104084E2/A PIRATES PRESS - DEATH GRIPS B
  • ASIN: B00F1W1ST4

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Death Grips No Love Deep Web ‎(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Third Worlds none US 2012
B001921102 Death Grips No Love Deep Web ‎(CD, Album) Third Worlds, Harvest B001921102 US 2013
none Death Grips No Love Deep Web ‎(LP, Album) Not On Label (Death Grips Self-released) none US 2013
none Death Grips No Love Deep Web Stems ‎(26xFile, MP3, 320) Third Worlds none US 2014
2537531776 Death Grips No Love Deep Web ‎(LP, Album, RE) Third Worlds, Harvest 2537531776 Germany 2013

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Sounds really good. The bass is deep and well defined, sound is clear.
prolly the lowest quality pressing from death grips i own. sibilance is present, especially on the track World of Dogs, alot of pops and crackles at the beginning of the album, and the label is quite off center. its dangerously close to touching the stylus when it enters the locked groove.
Does anyone else have a weird problem with the label? Mine is coming off, not like peeling but like, bubbled, like the machine didn't press it right.
I had the same problem. I thought about it...what went wrong! Why? After I decided to commit suicide. Finally I bought another one copy & all ok - here I am. I m still alive...
I've had that problem with a µ-Ziq record before. Not really sure what the cause is, but it probably isn't specific to this release.
Mine is really off-center, with the black circle where it should have been centered unpunched and visible.
Happened to me with a copy of Ty Segall - Singles 07-10 before over the summer. Ended up with two labels on one side, never had it happen with any other records before that though.
I just wonder if that means there's someone out there who has a copy with no side A label.
I've had a similar thing with an Outkast LP, it had two of the same label on one side, with the top barely on there. I'd assume that the machines that put the labels on records aren't perfect
On second look it appears that maybe I have two labels on one side; if I look under the hole I can see white and some black marks that could be the text? Has this ever happened to anyone else?
black coffe
Is this limited to 1500 copies as well like the other Harvest/Caroline press?
no sir
They're almost certainly part of the same run.
This pressing is not that uncommon among the batch. It is the exact same as the other NLDW Harvest/Caroline release, with the sole exception of the runout. Pirates Press uses GZ Media to manufacture their records, so GZ Media simply used their already-made stamper with the Pirates Press runout from the self-release to fill part of the larger, widely distributed run. Don't bother paying anything extra for this edition over the Harvest/Caroline one with the gzvinyl.com runout, unless the runout on the vinyl really means that much to you.
It means that is another true limited edition record. The new pirate press ones are the new ones floating. I would buy extra for a limited run of the black matte cover.
The information about Pirates Press using GZ Media for their pressings is available on their website. They also describe storing the mother stampers for at least 3 years in case they're needed for a repress. A mother is good for around 1000 pressings of a record, then is usually recycled afterwards. What most likely happened was that GZMedia used the Pirates Press mother they had stored, since it probably still had at least 500 good uses left in it. When GZMedia made a new stamper to complete that larger run of records, they changed the runout to gzvinyl.com, their standard runout label.
Where'd you find that pressing info for NLDW? It just seems weird that GZ Media would continue to use a catalogue number/etching from a previous release that doesn't really apply to this one, when they could have used the current one all along.
How did you get this? did you get this if you got it from amazon US?
I own the original and my copy from Amazon came with the Pirates Press runouts. I can confirm its the exact same press that was used because there is small defect in the runout where a scratch is between "DEATH GRIPS" and "A". My original Pirates Press and Pirates Press by Harvest both show the scratch.
Ordered mine on Sept.14th from amazon, interested to see what turns up.
I ordered mine from amazon US too back in september but im in the UK so i'll have to wait and see but i almost stopped the order when i heard it wasnt just on amazon, so i'll wait and see
I received my copy from Amazon US. My order was placed on September 10, though, so I don't know what that tells you regarding supplier queues or if this is a one-off fluke. I wouldn't order one from Amazon now and expect the same product variant that I received. The only identifiable difference is the runout (can't compare audio since I don't have the www.gzvinyl.com pressing).EDIT: Turns out Pirates Press uses GZ Media for all of their pressings. My guess is that two stampers were used for this run of records: the first being the one used with the self-release, and the second being a duplicate stamper with their standard gzvinyl.com runout.
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