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The Caretaker - Everywhere At The End Of Time

Size MP3 album: 1880 mb
Size FLAC album: 1256 mb
Size WMA album: 1629 mb


A1 It's Just A Burning Memory 3:32
A2 We Don't Have Many Days 3:35
A3 Late Afternoon Drifting 3:30
A4 Childishly Fresh Eyes 2:58
A5 Slightly Bewildered 2:01
A6 Things That Are Beautiful And Transient 4:34
B1 All That Follows Is True 3:31
B2 An Autumnal Equinox 2:46
B3 Quiet Internal Rebellions 3:30
B4 The Loves Of My Entire Life 4:04
B5 Into Each Others Eyes 4:36
B6 My Heart Will Stop In Joy 2:41

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Calyx Mastering


  • Artwork – Ivan Seal
  • Mastered By – Lupo*


First 300 copies on blue vinyl.

Here we experience the first signs of memory loss.
This stage is most like a beautiful daydream.
The glory of old age and recollection.
The last of the great days.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 60165 48242 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 060165482429
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): HAFTW 025 A 33 1⁄3 RPM FMW for Loopo CALYX 2016 Memories that last a lifetime.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): HAFTW 025 B 33 1⁄3 RPM FMW for Loopo CALYX 2016 Memories that last a lifetime.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HAFTW025-LP The Caretaker Everywhere At The End Of Time ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) History Always Favours The Winners HAFTW025-LP UK 2016
HAFTW025 The Caretaker Everywhere At The End Of Time ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album) History Always Favours The Winners HAFTW025 UK 2016
HAFTW025 The Caretaker Everywhere At The End Of Time ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) History Always Favours The Winners HAFTW025 UK 2016

Comments: (25)
Anyone else having weird issues with their blue vinyl version? My copy sounds like old gramophone records with a lot of reverb.
brianBob:Ha! Yeah I guessed magiceye's review was tongue-in-cheek and made me smile, but, my blue vinyl copy really IS of very poor quality. It's also slightly warped too which really pissed me off when it arrived. But, I just wanted to put it out there on this thread to see if anyone else (genuinely) had the same issue.
I presumed magiceye's review was tongue in cheek as was mine.
My blue vinyl sounds pretty poor (compared to the digital version I own). Yeah I get that The Caretaker's sounds are all about dusty gramophone records, crackles and reverb but my pressing is scratchy as chuff, sepecially at the start. That said, it kinda adds to the original sound of the material in a way but still, I wasn't / am not too happy about the poor quality of it
I guess thats the Caretakers sound.Old grammophon with lots of reverb.
Yeah I had the same issue - sent mine back telling them I've never head such shoddy sound quality before.
All songs are stolen, research and listen to the original artists, do not support this plagiarist.
All song's used are out of copyright or sampled just enough to meet mcrps standards. Yes they are other people's songs but reworked to make new music from songs now discarded by many. That's the main point of everything James Kirby does, he resurrects stuff no one loves anymore from histories dustbins.
Don't know whether it's a joke or not, but the artists are all dead anyway.
d i p f u c k a l e r t
I'm beyond pumped to see where this series goes. James Kirby is a genius, and to base a whole series of records about someone giving into dementia is dark on a whole other level. However I couldn't picture anyone else soundtracking this disease. This release is dark, yet there is something incredibly beautiful about it. Like watching a loved one pass away, you have these memories of what was once a happy relationship, but yet here it deteriorates into nothing. You want to hold onto what you had, yet there is nothing you can do.
I'm so glad that Boomkat had a few copies leftover of the blue and decided to release them, I originally missed it and had to settle for the black! I definitely want to get all of the remaining volumes on ltd colored and have a full set. After about a dozen listens I can safely say that this is better than "An Empty Bliss..." The songs aren't as droning and bleak, there's less added distortion. I'm guessing each subsequent release will get more bleak and darker in the way of each Disintegration Loops.
Gold Crown
My thoughts exactly. I can't wait for the future installments.
I didn't like this album like "an empty bliss beyond this world" (the comparation it's inevitable). For me, it's a bit disappointment, because "an empty bliss" it's gorgeous and full of possibilities. It's a first part of six, maybe the whole project make more sense than this first part....
well after 3 listens in, I think I actually prefer this to Empty Bliss. honestly never thought that'd be possible....
@Ayrtime. Thanks for notifying. Just pre-ordered! :) All those assholes that are selling this for +80.00 are a bunch of greedy bastards that need to be banished from this platform. I mean seriously, what the hell are you thinking?
Shame on the ones who bought out the blue vinyl and, not even four days later, are selling it for $90.00+.
What problem? That people make a business out of this and likewise products and are successful with it? Please define your ideal world and how it would be different from the current.
@rib Drivel like this is part of the problem. If you can't see that, then...
Blame the label for low pressing amounts creating this high item requests. After all those sellers will find their buyers or not. It's all a matter of demand defining offers.
Well they sure are the gutter of the vinyl community, tho you can't really call those part of it. In all reality these kind of greedy people are actually ruining it for me personally where I myself am close before just selling off my stuff and going back to CD or something. Also germans seem to be the most greedy on the used market so I always have to decide between overprized vinyl or high shipping costs. Urgh.
Totally agree @ magiceye. It happens all the time. You can almost guarantee that whenever Fluid Audio / Facture release something limited (generally for about £20), it's up on here after it's sold out for absurd prices. There's currently a copy of Tape Loop Orchestra's "Go Straight To The Light Of All That You Love" album selling for £206.89.
Error parents
Wow, sold out in less than two hours. Are there any other sellers who picked this up and will be stocking it in their store?
Cherry The Countess
yes, they restamp in these days and will be ready in about 1 month
LP up for preorder on forcedexposure.com, " blissed out old ballroom ."
The Caretaker - Everywhere At The End Of Time
Ambient, Light Music, Sound Collage
Musician: The Caretaker
Title: Everywhere At The End Of Time
Category: Electronic
Country: UK
Released: 2016
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 742