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My Bloody Valentine - This Is Your Bloody Valentine FLAC Album

Tracklist

1The Last Supper4:32
2Don't Cramp My Style2:25
3Homelovin' Guy3:03
4The Love Gang3:55
5Tiger In My Tank3:30
6Forever And Again3:35
7Inferno4:40

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DLP 7501, ST 7501My Bloody Valentine This Is Your Bloody Valentine ‎(12", MiniAlbum, RE)Dossier, TycoonDLP 7501, ST 7501Germany1990
DLP 7501, ST 7501My Bloody Valentine This Is Your Bloody Valentine ‎(12", MiniAlbum, RE, Blu)Dossier, TycoonDLP 7501, ST 7501Germany1990
DCD 9019My Bloody Valentine This Is Your Bloody Valentine ‎(CD, MiniAlbum, RE)DossierDCD 9019Germany1990
DLP 7501, ST 7501My Bloody Valentine This Is Your Bloody Valentine ‎(12", MiniAlbum, Unofficial, Blu)Dossier , Tycoon DLP 7501, ST 7501Unknown
noneMy Bloody Valentine This Is Your Bloody Valentine ‎(12", MiniAlbum, Unofficial)Not On Label (My Bloody Valentine)noneUnknown

Credits

  • BassShields
  • DrumsColm
  • EngineerMarkus Bosak
  • Guitar, VocalsKevin
  • KeyboardsTina
  • Mastered BySST
  • Photography – Alex
  • ProducerMy Bloody Valentine
  • VocalsDave
  • Written-By, Arranged ByColm Cusack, Dave Conway, Kevin Shields

Notes

First pressing released on Tycoon label.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): ST 5701 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): ST 5701 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): KONNEX ST 5701 A SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): KONNEX ST 5701 B SST
  • Label Code: LC 8718
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Konnex Records
  • Recorded At – SCS 8TK Studios
  • Lacquer Cut At – SST Brüggemann GmbH

Video

My Bloody Valentine - This Is Your Bloody Valentine FLAC Album
Performer:
My Bloody Valentine
Title:
This Is Your Bloody Valentine
Genre:
FLAC size:
2513 mb
MP3 size:
1157 mb
WMA size:
2729 mb
Country:
Germany
Released:
Jan 1985
Label:
Tycoon
Style:
Alternative Rock, Garage Rock
Rating:
4.0
Catalog №:
ST 7501
Faezahn
MBV are my favourite band of all time but this and Geek are truly terrible records. Don’t waste your money
Xanzay
Considering how amazing they became, it's truly incredible how bad these two records are. I'm guilty of buying all sorts of stuff to complete collections, but would never waste my money on these. Dreadful.
Bulace
Recently, I came across this little gem, the debut release of the Irish alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine, a mini-LP of seven songs, much to my surprise their debut is very different from their later soegazing-orientated work, The music is very retro in terms of all the positive aspects of what made the pioneers of rock and punk so big, what you here is an enjoyful blend of 50ies rockabilly and 70ies punk, it's like James Dean meets Johnny rotten in a Lost Highway car crash. from the mood the album sometimes reminds me to Joy Division, there's also a certain The Doors influence in it, the singer Dave Conway performs a similar vocal style but after he left the group the band's guitarist Kevin Shields took over and the vocal style changed significally to a more balanced and calmer one. The album benefits from its minimalistic instrumentation which gives it that authentic live-feeling. The opening song "Forever and Again" reminds me of a certain imagery, smokey streets of chicaco in the 50s, gloaming street lights, and seedy statures the perfect sound of a an old gangster movie. Another highlights are the powerful and punky "homelovin' guy" and two psychedelics "inferno" and "the last supper" I recommend this album to every serious punkrock fan.
RUsich155
I honestly cant see the Joy Division in this, to me its sounds like a Birthday Party/Cramps tribute. I like both these bands but cant bring myself to buying this LP back (yes I did own it once).
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