Sophie Madeleine limited edition print, LP, and download package


<a href="">Take Your Love With Me (The Ukulele Song) by Sophie Madeleine</a>

Bandcamp's new BCWAX label has just released Sophie Madeleine's album, Love. Life. Ukulele. The LP and art are fantastic (as is the music). Bandcamp setup a discount code "boing" that's good for 15% off the $30 price.

Designed by the inimitable Dan Stiles, this limited edition package includes a mind-bendingly beautiful LP (pressed onto 200 gram candy apple red vinyl, what else?), stunning 12"x12" print of the cover (silkscreened onto sumptuous French Speckletone paper with a metallic silver ink not present on the jacket), and an immediate download of the 10 track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Download includes the never-before-released bonus track, "I'm sorry, but I'm afraid I love you."

Sophie Madeleine limited edition print, LP, and download package


    1. I like that cheap-o turntable as well, and I offer you THIS FINE LINK to help keep your hopes alive about acquiring such a thing cheaply in the future.

      Needless to say, it totally trumps #4’s ugly Vestax.

  1. Thanx! Sophie is the best! Even though I don’t have a turntable anymore, I bought this. Can’t resist this talented young lady and her ukulele.

  2. hmm… I wonder what would happen if we could print vinyls with a 3d printer. Instead of downloading mp3s we’d download a 3d file.

  3. pretty good. they’re making every color of vinyl now. i just bought a clear one. also have a pink one and a red one. beautiful thinks. mp3’s got nothing on them

  4. Every time I see something like this, I think we need the record companies even LESS.

    Name your price downloading – no matter what somebody pays, it’s almost certain to be more than she’d see for the same sale of a mainstream label release.

  5. That sure is some purdy vinyl. Almost as purdy as the translucent blue Jack LaLane record from 1968 I scored at a thriftshop in Reno a couple of weeks ago.

    I have that Vestax turntable in my RV, its probably my favorite gizmo. If anyone wants to get back into the vinyl universe, I couldn’t recommend that little beast any higher. Runs forever on D batteries, or can plug into your vehicle’s 12 volt system (it says 12 volt AC only, but it runs happily and buzz free on 12v DC). Its amazing how many goofy old records you can get for $10 at your average Goodwill…

  6. I love these songs, and this is a good-lookin’ album. However, since Sophie is such a beautiful girl and the songs are all written and performed by her, it seems strange to have someone else’s art on the cover and label. As nice as the art is, it has nothin’ on Sophie’s lovely face.

  7. One other note about that Vestax: you can use it while driving! I don’t know exactly what the deal is, but I swear I’ve even listened to a record while driving on a dirt road.

  8. “hmm… I wonder what would happen if we could print vinyls with a 3d printer. Instead of downloading mp3s we’d download a 3d file.”

    Now there’s a thought. The technology to copy moves along as fast as our ability to think of items to make. We should give thought to a time when we’ll all be printing out our own vinyl.

  9. I’m killing/dying for this LP, since it was limited edition and its is not for sale at stores I’m offering to buy from anyone who wanna sell. Give me your price. I’m might sell my soul or something more important to get it. o_0

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