Album artwork for ( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster by Sigur Ros

Sigur Ros' celebrated third album, and for many people - especially in US where it remains their biggest selling work - the most quintessentially Sigur Ros record of their career to date. It is the only album where Jonsi sings entirely in the wordless lyrics of Hopelandic. This desire to elide meaning and allow the listener to bring their own interpretation to the music extends to the eight songs, all of which are nameless. The music is broadly split into two halves, divided by a critical 36 seconds of silence. The first half of the album is lighter and more optimistic, the second bleaker and more melancholic, culminating in the thundering climax of Untitled #8, the closing song of every Sigur Ros show since the song was written in 2000.

Sigur Ros

( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster

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Album artwork for ( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster by Sigur Ros
LPx2

$49.99

180 Gram

Black
Released 12/16/2022Catalog Number

A 961320-BLK

Album artwork for ( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster by Sigur Ros
CDx2

$22.99

Released 12/16/2022Catalog Number

CD 124815

Sigur Ros

( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster

Krunk
Album artwork for Album artwork for ( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster by Sigur Ros by ( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster - Sigur Ros
Album artwork for ( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster by Sigur Ros
LPx2

$49.99

180 Gram

Black
Released 12/16/2022Catalog Number

A 961320-BLK

Album artwork for ( ) 20th Anniversary Remaster by Sigur Ros
CDx2

$22.99

Released 12/16/2022Catalog Number

CD 124815

Sigur Ros' celebrated third album, and for many people - especially in US where it remains their biggest selling work - the most quintessentially Sigur Ros record of their career to date. It is the only album where Jonsi sings entirely in the wordless lyrics of Hopelandic. This desire to elide meaning and allow the listener to bring their own interpretation to the music extends to the eight songs, all of which are nameless. The music is broadly split into two halves, divided by a critical 36 seconds of silence. The first half of the album is lighter and more optimistic, the second bleaker and more melancholic, culminating in the thundering climax of Untitled #8, the closing song of every Sigur Ros show since the song was written in 2000.