Album artwork for No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) by The Twilight Sad
Album artwork for No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) by The Twilight Sad

Long out of print and highly anticipated repress of the Andrew Weatherall ‘anti-produced’ long player. The Twilight Sad’s third full-length, No One Can Ever Know, marked a sonic shift for the band. Freshly inspired by a listening diet of Cabaret Voltaire, Can, Liars, Magazine, Autechre, and Public Image Limited, the band turned to a dark, synth-heavy sound for No One Can Ever Know; the resulting LP shares thematic and sonic space with the most innovative offerings from Depeche Mode, The Cure, or even Nine Inch Nails.

The Twilight Sad

No One Can Ever Know (Reissue)

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Album artwork for Album artwork for No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) by The Twilight Sad by No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) - The Twilight Sad
Album artwork for No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) by The Twilight Sad
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£22.99

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Released 18/02/2022Catalogue Number

FATLP98XB

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The Twilight Sad

No One Can Ever Know (Reissue)

Fat Cat
Album artwork for Album artwork for No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) by The Twilight Sad by No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) - The Twilight Sad
Album artwork for Album artwork for No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) by The Twilight Sad by No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) - The Twilight Sad
Album artwork for No One Can Ever Know (Reissue) by The Twilight Sad
LP+x2

£22.99

Black
Released 18/02/2022Catalogue Number

FATLP98XB

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Long out of print and highly anticipated repress of the Andrew Weatherall ‘anti-produced’ long player. The Twilight Sad’s third full-length, No One Can Ever Know, marked a sonic shift for the band. Freshly inspired by a listening diet of Cabaret Voltaire, Can, Liars, Magazine, Autechre, and Public Image Limited, the band turned to a dark, synth-heavy sound for No One Can Ever Know; the resulting LP shares thematic and sonic space with the most innovative offerings from Depeche Mode, The Cure, or even Nine Inch Nails.