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Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? album

Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? album
Performer: Billie Eilish
Title: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Released: 2019
Country: US
Style: Trap, Indie Pop
Genre: Electro / Pop
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 297
MP3 size: 1935 mb
FLAC size: 1619 mb


A1 !!!!!!!
A2 Bad Guy
A3 Xanny
A4 You Should See Me In A Crown
A5 All The Good Girls Go To Hell
A6 Wish You Were Gay
A7 When The Party's Over
B1 8
B2 My Strange Addiction
B3 Bury A Friend
B4 Ilomilo
B5 Listen Before I Go
B6 I Love You
B7 Goodbye

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – UMG Commercial Services
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Darkroom
  • Copyright (c) – Darkroom
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Interscope Records
  • Copyright (c) – Interscope Records
  • Exclusive Retailer – Urban Outfitters


  • A&R – Justin Lubliner, Sam Riback
  • Legal – David Ferreria
  • Management – Brandon Goodman, Danny Rukasin
  • Mastered By – John Greenham
  • Mixed By – Rob Kinelski
  • Producer – Finneas*
  • Written-By – Billie Eilish O'Connell* (tracks: A1 to A6,B1, B3 to B7), Finneas O'Connell


Urban Outfitters exclusive "copper" (orange) colored vinyl. "Copper" is the color stated on the UO website.
10,000 copies pressed confirmed by Urban Outfitters.

Gatefold sleeve.
Hype sticker lists catalog number as B0029730-01, but the cover lists the catalog number as B0029729-01.

"Made In Canada" sticker on shrink.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker barcode over printed barcode): 602577427671
  • Barcode (Cover barcode): 602577427664
  • Barcode (Urban Outfitters sticker barcode): 51548592

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B0029727-02 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ‎(CD, Album) Darkroom , Interscope Records B0029727-02 US 2019
00602577450372 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ‎(Box, Album, Dlx, Ltd, SUP + CD, Album) Darkroom , Interscope Records 00602577450372 Europe 2019
00602577427756 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ‎(LP, Album, Glo) Darkroom , Interscope Records 00602577427756 Europe 2019
00602577427688 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ‎(Cass, Album, Ora) Darkroom , Interscope Records 00602577427688 Europe 2019
B0029729-01 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ‎(LP, Album, Lim) Darkroom , Interscope Records B0029729-01 US 2019

On July 18th, 2018, Billie released the album’s first official single, you should see me in a crown. A second single was released on October 17th, 2018, titled when the party’s over. Beginning on April 24, 2019, Billie will embark on her third tour in support of the album, titled the When We All Fall Asleep, World Tour. It ends on September 7, 2019, with two legs and 50 shows in total. WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? is now officially the most pre-added album of all time on Apple Music, garnering over 800,000 to its name on the platform.

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (stylized in all caps) is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish. It was released on March 29, 2019, by Darkroom and Interscope Records. Finneas O'Connell, her brother, produced all fourteen tracks on the album. Musically, the album consists mostly of electropop songs, with trap influences.

Released March 29, 2019. When we all fall asleep, where do we go? (Japanese Import) Tracklist. Japanese Import) Q&A. Where can I find the deluxe version of the album? You can purchase the deluxe, imported version of the album here. How long is the album with the bonus tracks? Including the bonus tracks, the album is 50 minutes and 48 seconds.

WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO is the title of Billie Eilish's debut album expected out this march. From its release date to the official tracklisting and tour information, here is the latest news about Billie Elish's 2019 album. Billie Eilish's planned follow up to 2017's Don't Smile At Me EP is due in 2019. Her singles "you should see me in a crown", "bury a friend", and "when the party's over" will appear on the release as well

Billie Eilish is a 17 year-old homeschooled choir singer turned pop music prodigy. And she’s every bit as awesomely messed up as that pedigree implies: She’s the demon spawn of Lana Del Rey’s California dreams, who first compared a sweetheart’s gaze to napalm skies on her arresting 2016 single gone viral, Ocean Eyes. Eilish claims she endured recurring night terrors while recording the album - recalling visions, some real and some imagined, of abductions, severed heads, school shootings and Los Angeles in flames.

The new album follows the steady success of Eilish’s first release, Don’t Smile at Me, which has spent 67 weeks on the chart, and rises 20-15 on the new tally. It peaked at No. 14 in January. Here’s a look at some of the eye-popping achievements Eilish has accomplished with the debut of her new album, When We All Fall Asleep. Second-Largest Week of 2019 for an Album: With When We All Fall Asleep’s starting sum of 313,000 units, it logs the second-largest week of 2019, in terms of total units, among all albums. Only Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next garnered a bigger frame, when it debuted with 360,000 units earned (bowing at No. 1 on the Feb. 23-dated chart).

Her brilliance is an obvious truth; just ask any teenager in America as they wait patiently for the rest of the world to catch up to their consummate taste in pop music. The best moments of When We All Fall Asleep play firmly into this formula. Inspired by Eilish’s frequent night terrors and lucid dreams, the album juggles dark compulsions with grim eulogies, balancing her feathery vocals with deep, grisly bass. Like her spirit animal, the spider, Eilish can weave something that is at once delicate and grotesque: In you should see me in a crown, she lulls the listener into a false idyll with her murmured lilt, then leaps off the cliff of a tectonic dubstep bass drop, her sneer fully audible.

With an endearingly off-kilter mix of teen angst and experimentalism, Billie Eilish is really the perfect star for 2019-and here is where her and Finneas' heads are at as they prepare for the next phase of her plan for pop domination. This is my child, she says, and you get to hold it while it throws up on you. Figuring out her dreams: Billie: Every song on the album is something that happens when you’re asleep-sleep paralysis, night terrors, nightmares, lucid dreams. All things that don't have an explanation. Absolutely nobody knows.

Side B has pops and ticks all over it. I'll take it back and see you another copy sounds and I'll update my review. Overall, it does sound pretty decent but in the silence points it's just too noticeable for me, personally to handle. Definitely not copper.Edit: My 2nd copy was much better. Crisis averted.
Excellent version. Translucent orange disc (copper? um, NO). Urban Outfitters release, made in Canada. I have a decent turntable, speakers and sub, have listened to the digital version a ton of times, and this sounds rich. The bass is not obnoxious and the production doesn't sound muddy. It sounds exactly like it should. Very glad I didn't buy the glow in the dark version. No scratching on mine, and UO does a great job of shipping in a double box.
Love the mastering on this. It's not copper, it's orange. But came with a download code and it sounds great. I'm using a 2M and it sounds miles and away better than the digital version. The bass in particular is sublime.
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