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  • Darsteller: Sigur Rós
  • Album: Ágætis Byrjun
  • Etikett: XL Recordings, Krúnk
  • Katalog #: xllp610, XLCD610
  • MP3: 2605 mb | FLAC: 1490 mb
  • Freigegeben: 30 Jan 2015
  • Land: Europe
  • Stil: Post Rock, Ambient
  • Bewertung: 4.8/5
  • Abstimmungen: 355
  • Kategorie: Elektronische Musik / Rockmusik
Sigur Rós - Ágætis Byrjun mp3 herunterladen


2Olsen Olsen
4Ný Batterí
5Ágætis Byrjun
10Hjartað Hamast (Bamm Bamm Bamm)
11Viðrar Vel Til Loftárása


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SM 79 CDSigur Rós Ágætis Byrjun ‎(CD, Album, Ltd)SmekkleysaSM 79 CDIceland1999
PIASV 001 CD, 946.0001.20Sigur Rós Ágætis Byrjun ‎(CD, Album, Dig)[PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings, Krúnk, KrúnkPIASV 001 CD, 946.0001.20Europe2000
KRUNK8DXSigur Rós Ágætis Byrjun ‎(2xLP, Album, RE + 2xLP, Album + 3xLP, Comp + Box, )KrúnkKRUNK8DXIceland2019
fatlp11Sigur Rós Ágætis Byrjun ‎(2xLP, Album)FatCat Recordsfatlp11US2001
fatcd11Sigur Rós Ágætis Byrjun ‎(CD, Album, Car)FatCat Recordsfatcd11Unknown


  • Lacquer Cut ByKR


Sticker on front: "Pressed on audiophile quality 180 gram vinyl. Contains CD."
Sigur Ros clear sticker logo is pasted on outer shrink wrap.

US release date is February 17, 2015.


  • Barcode (Sticker, Scanned): 634904061012
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): XLLP610 BE45508-01 A1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): XLLP610 BE45508-01 B1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): XLLP610 BE45508-02 C1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): XLLP610 BE45508-02 D1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): arvato 55694582/XLCD610 21
  • Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI 0795
  • Mastering SID Code (CD): IFPI LB46


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sigur Rós
  • Copyright (c) – Sigur Rós
  • Licensed To – XL Recordings Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BE45508
  • Lacquer Cut At – Optimal Media GmbH
  • Glass Mastered At – Arvato – 55694582



Ágætis byrjun Icelandic: , A good beginning is the second studio album by Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós, released on 12 June 1999. The album was recorded between the summer of 1998 and the spring of 1999 with producer Ken Thomas. Ágætis byrjun represented a substantial departure from the band's previous album Von, with that album's extended ambient soundscapes replaced by Jónsi Birgisson's now signature cello-bowed guitarwork and lush orchestration, using a double string. Ágaetis byrjun by Sigur Rós, released 12 June 1999 1. Intro 2. Svefn-g-englar 3. Starálfur 4. Flugufrelsarinn 5. Ný batterí 6. Hjartað hamast bamm bamm bamm 7. Viðrar vel til loftárása 8. Olsen olsen 9. Ágaetis byrjun 10. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. GBP or more. Ágætis byrjun is the second album from the Icelandic post-rock group Sigur Rós. In English, the albums title means a good beginning or an alright start. The title of the album came from a friend who, after he listened to an early version of the title track, told the band that it was a good start. The name stuck. The albums sound is a mix of spacial, ethereal soundscapes and loud distortion. The album was released in Iceland in 1999 and through word of mouth spread to more countries over the next two years. Soon after they were touring with Radiohead, appearing in many year-end lists, and being hailed by critics as one of the best rock albums of all-time. Ágætis byrjun Q&A. I own nothing. For educationnal purposes only. Before you ask yourself why, just go to 54:20 Staralfur backwards and enjoy the perfect palindrome in their second album, Ágætis byrjun, Sigur Rós knew only that they wanted to make things bigger. Their first record, 1997s Von, was dark and, by the standards of what they became famous for, positively screechy: Back then, they were inspired by the hurtling propulsion of Smashing Pumpkins and My Bloody Valentine, bands that generated soothing textures from cacophony. Its alarming to consider, from the vantage of 2019, the degree to which he seems to have accomplished his mission. If we now live in a world of small, soft drones, a pruned garden of Lush Lofi and Ambient Chill and Ethereal. Listen free to Sigur Rós Ágætis byrjun. Ágætis byrjun is Sigur Rós' second LP, originally released by Smekkleysa in 1999, receiving later worldwide distribution from Fat Cat in May of 2001. This album began a hype storm for the previously unheard band, earning endorsements from many critics and musicians, famously including Thom Yorke's glowing approval. It is generally considered their best-liked album, and it appeared on many critics' best of 2000, 2001 record lists. Album 1999 10 Songs. Ágætis Byrjun. Sigur Rós. Alternative 1999. In this case, it proved that a neoclassical, shoegazing post-rock band specializing in glacially paced 10-minute movements sung in a made-up, indecipherable dialect could attract a mass audience and become one of the most influential alt-rock groups of their generation. This second album - Ágætis Byrjun - translates roughly to Good Start. So as talented as Von might have been, this time out is probably even more worthy of dramatic debut expectations. Indeed, Ágætis Byrjun pulls no punches from the start. After an introduction just this side of one of the aforementioned Stone Roses' backward beauties, the album pumps in the morning mist with Sven-G-Englar - a song of such accomplished gorgeousness that one wonders why such a tiny country as Iceland can musically outperform entire continents in just a few short minutes. FATLP11. Ágætis Byrjun 2xLP, Album. FatCat Records. Rós effortlessly make music that is massive, glacial, and sparse. They are Hidden People. They are the first vital band of the 21st Century. Extremely soft at times, and then pummeling into the depths of your ears, Agaetis Byrjun stands alone as a beautiful milestone in. read more. Originally released in 1999 under the label Smekkleysa Bad Taste in Icelandic, Ágætis byrjun, roughly translated to 'A Good Start' in English, is undoubtedly the Icelandic quartet's magnum opus work

I've been listening to this record since it's release. This press is absolutely fantastic. Flat, heavy vinyl. Very little surface noise. Amazing low end and clear highs. even gave me back my long lost copy of the cd. No reason to buy another version. Get this one while you still can.
Ultra flat and ultra quiet vinyl. Dimensional and wide soundstage. The recording is linear and well balanced. Moderate bottom end, punchy mids and clean, crisp highs. Vocals are very natural and out front. One of the best sounding records I own, and the content is fantastic. Highly recommended. (Rega Planar 3, Exact 2 cart, PSE Studio SL, Linn LK85, Linn interconnects, Linn Katans - Linn Sizmik 12.45" for 2.1 - )
Mine came with a CD for ( ) anyone else had the same?
Bit of a late reply but yeah, my copy from Hungary that I picked up a year ago also had a cd with that on its upper side. Popped it in a player and sure enough, ( ) started playing. Weird, but not complaining
Yes, me too - I got my copy today by Amazon!
Same here. Christmas gift with a little extra I guess
Just checked and I've also got the ( )-CD. Bought my LP a few days ago in Germany..
Great pressing, only issue is that the packaging is literally blue construction paper so I don't know how it will hold up, at least it probably won't get ringwear. the angel fetus is semi-shiny, like spraypaint, so thats pretty cool.
I just bought a copy and it had ringwear.... I think the shrink wrap is the culprit, either way the music is what's most important
Mustard Forgotten
Great pressing of the great record. Almost no surface noise. Superb soundstage and definition. Maybe gatefold cover suits the release little bit more. Otherwise really great item, finally in my collection.
This is an incredible release. So detailed and crisp. It's one of the most beautiful albums I've ever played. The packaging is gorgeous too. Simple but the matte card on the cover makes the print look like it's glowing and is so pleasing to the touch. The album is provide in poly-lined paper record inner sleeves which appear to be very good quality. I highly recommend this one for everyone's collection.
My copy sounds great! Im very happy to finally own this. If you are new to Sigur Ros, please don't miss the importance of this music!
Sound of this pressing is awesome !
I just picked this up and it is an awesome press of a great album. I was talking to the owner at my local record store today and he said this is getting a re release soon.
Beautiful vinyl pressing. So much clarity, and the full dynamic range of the music comes through. Better than the original CD, I reckon. Will have to find the recent re-release of ( ) as well.
Just in case anyone is still there wondering, this pressing is an absolute 10. Great definition and minimal to non existent surface noise. Decent dynamics in the vinyl, unlike the CD it comes with which is way too loud. Go get this album.
This is a stunning pressing of this record. Very, very quiet and clean. I'm a bit in awe. Well done Optimal Media GmbH!
Legend 33
This copy is perfect, all clean clear sound ! Perfect reissue of an perfect album
My copy also sounds awesome - Death to too tight shrink-wraps though. It is impossible to peel off that bastard without a little sleeve damage at the corners.
Just bought this in the US and it sounds beautiful. No surface noise at all. Easily one of the best sounding records I own. So excited to finally have this.
US release sounds phenomenal! One of the best pressings I've heard in quite a while. Little to no surface noise or pops. Excited to get my hands on the () re-release soon.
I'm starting to wonder if they're even releasing ( ) in the US. . .
THIS ARRIVED BY EMAIL THIS MORNING!!!!!ágætis byrjun re-issueannouncing the expanded limited edition boxset of ágætis byrjunto mark its 16th birthday, a definitive, much expanded edition of ágætis byrjun is in the works for early summer. the deluxe boxset edition will feature previously unheard studio recordings and rare live versions from this pivotal period in the band's development, as well as a welter of photographic and documentary material from their personal archives and plenty more besides. it will be a beautiful thing to behold, and the last word in completist editions of sigur rós catalogue releases.while we are still finalising design and content - and will share with you as soon as it's fixed - we wanted you to know about this now [as well as other expanded editions of von and ( )], since the band's first three albums have all just become available on re-mastered, heavyweight vinyl for the first time in ages. go either look for the vinyl reissues now, or hang on for something grander still.watch preview video on sigur-ros.co.uk
Anyone got any news on this? It somehow just seemed to disappear.
My EU copy has some noise, but not too bad.My greatest concern is that it seems a bit off center.Otherwise sounds great.
My (European) copy had LOTS of surface noise...
I'm a Russian Occupant
Played back once last night ... seems to be a good press. No surprise pops. Surface noise minimal ... lots of silent moments before sonic swells were truly silent.
I think it sounds awesome. I haven't heard the original but I can't imagine its better. Super quiet background. Can't wait for the other reissues. Also, isn't it strange that this is on shelves before we received any email from the newsletter?
How does it sound?
One of the best vinyls I've heard. Sounds amazing!
It sounds great imo. Good pressing, mastering.
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