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Burial - Untrue Performer: Burial
Title: Untrue
Style: Abstract, UK Garage, Dubstep, Ambient, Bass Music
Released: 2016
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1377 mb
FLAC album: 1113 mb
WMA album: 1564 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: VOC MP2 DXD ADX AAC AU FLAC
Genre: Electronic

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Burial - Untrue
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A1 Untitled
A2 Archangel
A3 Near Dark
A4 Ghost Hardware
B1 Endorphin
B2 Etched Headplate
B3 In Mcdonalds
C1 Untrue
C2 Shell Of Light
C3 Dog Shelter
D1 Homeless
D3 Raver

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Domino Publishing Co. Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Cargo
  • Manufactured By – Cargo
  • Mastered At – Transition Mastering Studios
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH – BF97241


  • Photography By – Georgina Cook
  • Written-By, Producer – Burial


Burial's now classic album on 180g double vinyl - features a free and unique download code, black inner sleeves and in a thicker card sleeve. It is updated to add the beatless atmospheric tracks that have always been integral parts of the complete CD versions. The 1st 50 copies bought from http://burial.bandcamp.com/ included album at screen print.

Track listing taken from sleeve other than A1 which is totally blank but refered to as 'Untitled' on Burials site.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 024545 486513
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5024545486513
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A ["1-" Mirrored]): HDBLP002 A 2015 1- TRANSITION BF97241-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B ["1II" Mirrored]): HDBLP002 B 2015 TRANSITION 1II BF97241-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): HDBLP002 C 2015 TRANSITION BF97241-02 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D ["1⏊" Mirrored]): HDBLP002 D 2015 1⏊ TRANSITION BF97241-02 D1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HDBLP002 Burial Untrue ‎(2x12", Album) Hyperdub HDBLP002 UK 2007
HDBCD002 Burial Untrue ‎(13xFile, WAV, Album) Hyperdub HDBCD002 UK 2007
HDBLP002 Burial Untrue ‎(2x12", Album) Hyperdub HDBLP002 UK 2007
HDBLP002 Burial Untrue ‎(2x12", Album, M/Print) Hyperdub HDBLP002 UK 2007
HDBLP002 Burial Untrue ‎(2x12", Album) Hyperdub HDBLP002 UK 2007

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Comments: (19)
Anyone here got their hands on the screen print given with the first 50 copies sold?
Excellent pressing. I echo Doomguy-id's sentiments, definitely buy it through Bandcamp.
Download code gets you a 320kbs MP3 copy. Only redeemable once.Also worth noting, these were shrinkwrapped too tight so there's varying amount of damage to the jacket, perhaps they'll rectify that with future copies.
I love Burial better but still a record to remember. This release has all the tracks and plays as it should. Enjoy!
Remember guys, this is available on bandcamp. Not only does the artist get a bigger share that way but it was the cheapest price I could find online (particularly because bandcamp's shipping costs are very competitive).
This is an ESSENTIAL reissue if only for the inclusion of the ambient tracks. They're a surprisingly a big part of why "Untrue" is a stone-cold classic and basically perfect album, and you don't appreciate them as much until they're missing, as they were on the first pressing. Their absence on the first vinyl pressing seriously messed with the album's flow-- it seemed more like a DJ-geared collection of top-shelf Burial tracks than an all-time masterpiece.I'm listening to this pressing now, and it's absolutely fantastic. The vinyl is seriously heavy-- I could be crazy but it seems heavier than some other 180g releases I own. The sound is perfectly on-point, so a big gold star to whoever oversaw this reissue.Now we can finally get the complete "Untrue" experience in its full glory on vinyl. Big up Hyperdub!!!
Sucks that I bought an older pressing (w/o ghost hardware) thinking they would never press the whole album. This is why I dont settle/splurge with physical media anymore, everything but the most obscure shit eventually gets a proper re-release.
I think they call it sods law. You are annoyed that they reissued after you had bought it. Just sell the original and buy the reissue if you are that bothered.
9 years later... It really wasn't an incomplete product, it was the vinyl version of the album- its not unusual to leave tunes off a vinyl press of an album (often because those missing are released as singles) and so... we bought the singles (with the B sides).
i think having the original pressing has its pluses, the tunes not so packed on the wax. There is reason for singles and what a joy for us-- Ghost Hardware, a 5 minute song on a 12" spinning at 45, well there you go nothing sounds better than that...
What do you mean? I was just saying I wish I would have waited since ghost hardware is my fav track on the album (and thought it was included when I bought it) but instead I settled for an incomplete product, which I've learned not to do anymore. Where does money come into the equation? I'll probably just get the old OOP ghost hardware single anyway since that has some good exclusive tracks.
So, are you innit for the money or the music?
lovely stack of wax. thick, heavy and was delivered post haste a soon as i spotted the re-press. I wasn't going to let them prices rise to ridiculous levels this time.
Pretty disappointed in how I received this. It shipped from UK in a flimsy cardboard container so that when I received it, the spine was damaged as well as the top and bottom seam. The record inside had already busted through the cheap paper sleeve. I contacted Hyperdub and haven't heard a word.
Yeah I wasn't particularly impressed with how mine was packed either, there was a bit too much room in the parcel so the record slid around a bit in shipping and the top seam suffered some damage on mine. However, I contacted Hyperdub and they apologized, said they'd have a word to the packer, and gave me a 40% off on my next order which I'm going to use on the self titled reissue which I was planning on buying anyway. Ends up being a bigger saving for me than the partial refund I wanted. I will definitely ask them to ship the records outside of the jacket when I make that next order, though.
(as most the world settles to stream it on their phone via spottily)
I hear you man. I don't like when labels try to cheap out product to maximize profit. This was not the release for them to do that. The thing with putting out heavy weight vinyl is that you have to commit all the way. Like you can't expect that some shitty, flimsy jacket is going to hold up well with 2 slabs of 180gr. vinyl in them. It's tricky to keep those jackets in good condition. It's like you breath on it and the jacket gets a crease. Best thing to do is ask seller to kindly unseal and ship with the records outside of the jacket. That usually saves a lot of hassle.
Paypal claim. I agree I wasnt over impressed with the packaging although mine was ok. Its a tricky one, while its nice to support a label I do think they need to use better or atleast a bit more packaging. I'd return it and purchase from a shop.
Finally this classic gets the vinyl treatment it deserves. Track listing is correct and songs like 'Dog Shelter', 'In Macdonalds' and 'Ghost Hardware', so essential to the LPs flow are back. Unlike a number of the EPs (such as Kindred) the sound quality is warm, clear and crisp. Crackles sound like part of the music, as they should, and not a vinyl defect. An essential purchase. Spin it on a dark, rainy night.