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My Bloody Valentine - Before Loveless download album

My Bloody Valentine - Before Loveless download album
Shoegaze, Indie Rock
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    Before Loveless
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Loveless is the second studio album by alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine. Released on 4 November 1991, Loveless was recorded over a two-year period between 1989 and 1991 in nineteen recording studios. Lead vocalist and guitarist Kevin Shields dominated the recording process; he sought to achieve a particular sound for the record, making use of various techniques such as guitars strummed with a tremolo bar, sampled drum loops, and obscured vocals.

Loveless is the second studio album by Irish rock band My Bloody Valentine, released on 4 November 1991 by Creation Records. The album was recorded over a two-year period between 1989 and 1991. Vocalist and guitarist Kevin Shields dominated the arduous recording process; intent on achieving a particular sound, he experimented with guitar tremolo techniques and tuning systems, unorthodox production methods, obscured vocals, and sampled percussion and feedback. Since its release, Loveless has been widely proclaimed as among the best albums of the 1990s by critics, as a landmark work of the shoegazing genre, and as an influence on various subsequent artists.

Ecstasy is the second mini album by the alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine, released on 23 November 1987 on Lazy Records.

More My Bloody Valentine. Listen to Loveless now. Listen to Loveless in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 1991 Sire Records Company, a label of Warner Records In. manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company.

My Bloody Valentine's second album, Loveless, is considered to be the greatest album of the shoegazing movement. It founded a lot of the tropes and formulas that are present in modern-day shoegazing music. While there are a few missing tracks from the sessions that the band has never released, it isn't the only thing from the album that is lost. Part of what makes Loveless such an enigmatic album are the vocals


A1 Strawberry Wine
A2 Never Say Goodbye
A3 Can I Touch You
A4 She Loves You No Less
A5 The Things I Miss
B1 I Don't Need You
B2 (You're) Safe In Your Sleep (From This Girl)
B3 Clair
B4 You've Got Nothing
B5 (Please) Lose Yourself In Me
C1 Feed Me With Your Kiss
C2 I Believe
C3 Emptiness Inside
C4 I Need No Trust
D1 You Made Me Realise
D2 Slow
D3 Thorn
D4 Cigarette In Your Bed
D5 Drive It All Over Me

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lazy Records
  • Copyright (c) – Lazy Records


Sides A/B are the "Ecstasy And Wine" LP.
Side C is the "Feed Me With Your Kiss" EP.
Side D is the "You Made Me Realise" EP.

Limited to 500 copies. Plain black center labels.

Both discs are 180 gram vinyl.

℗© 1991

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): LAZY-19PR-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): LAZY-19PR-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): LAZY-19PR-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): LAZY-19PR-D

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LAZY 19PR My Bloody Valentine Before Loveless ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Unofficial, Pur + LP, Comp, Unoffici) Lazy Records LAZY 19PR 2009
LAZY 19PR My Bloody Valentine Before Loveless ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Unofficial, Gre + LP, Comp, RP, Unof) Lazy Records LAZY 19PR 2015
LAZY 19PR My Bloody Valentine Before Loveless ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Unofficial, Gre + LP, Comp, Unoffici) Lazy Records LAZY 19PR 2009
LAZY 19PR My Bloody Valentine Before Loveless ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Unofficial, Gra + LP, Comp, Unoffici) Lazy Records LAZY 19PR 2009
LAZY 19PR My Bloody Valentine Before Loveless ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Unofficial + LP, Comp, Unofficial) Lazy Records LAZY 19PR 2009

Both my discs are standard black vinyl. Great sound and LOVE these tracks.
Just received my copy today. It was sealed, one translucent green vinyl and one black vinyl. Sound quality is top notch - for a boot, and given that these tracks are expensive as heck in original form, I've no complaints.
One red one black really good sound....this one is definitely a keeper
Mr Freeman
Just arrived in the mail today. First lp is a beautiful light blue marble, really pretty color. Second one is grayish/lavender marble. Everyone is right, these records sound fantastic. Really happy with the color and sound. Awesome release. Oh and the music is top notch of course, as to be expected from MBV.
Picked this up at Ranch Records in Bend, Oregon. Got two grayish purple swirl LPs with mine. Really cool compilation of their first EPs. Good quality vinyl.
Have been seeing copies pop up at Sonic Boom in Toronto. Same as kanesque: marble purple and clear red. The quality is excellent; Drive It All Over Me never sounded so crisp at ear bleeding volumes.
Found a copy at Generation Records in NYC. First LP is marble purple; the second is clear red. It's basically the Ecstasy, Feed Me With Your Kiss, and You Made Me Realise EPs compiled into one release. The quality is surprisingly good, bootleg or no.
Both black here.
One clear green and one purple marble here
Mine are both marble purple.
LP1 is a Marble Purple and LP2 is a Brown smokey color. Superb warm and clear sound.
my first disc is translucent green and the other is black
my first disc is green with black smoke... the second disc is just black. i'm really confused?
Is this really limited to 500 copies? If so half the people who own it are on discogs and as amazingly popular this website is I'm not sure that there's that many MBV fans who would be quick enough to snap this baby up on here...
There's been a few pressings with black and diff. colored vinyl.
Both of my discs are black. Strange stuff.
Mine as well, but I don't mind. I have wanted these EPs for years now. It just kinda bummed me out when I was reading about a red vinyl online before opening it.
My first disc is black and my second is transparent red.
Clear red and solid black for me.
My copy is actually a transparent blue, which makes me wonder if there might be any other colors...
Mine is green as well, red and green are the only two colors I know of. There is not much info online about this release, but the use of "unofficial" above screams bootleg, while the sound is clear and warm, unlike any bootleg I've heard. Reckless records' website claimed that it was self released (when it was still in stock), and the jacket has a Lazy imprint on it, which is the name of the label the band self released their earliest recordings on. It would be nice if it was, maybe an influx of cash would get Kevin to finally release that album length session from '93.
Why is my first disc green??? are they all just random?
An epic release. The sound quality is perfect. I am stoked some one had the motivation to share these hard to find and early EP's by MBV. The red vinyl had only the slightest wave action (warp). It did not effect sound play- back. The art work is choice. and the 180 gram 2nd disk in the set is really solid. I would have preferred the image from " you made realize" ep as the cover art, but oh well. Where is the new material Kevin?
Mine are green (first), and black (second).