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Darsteller: My Bloody Valentine
Titel: Loveless
Land: Germany
Genre: Rockmusik
Stil:Shoegaze
Freigegeben: 2013
Katalognummer: crelp 060
Etikett: Creation Records
MP3-Albumgröße: 1314 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 2771 mb

Trackliste

1I Only Said5:34
2What You Want5:33
3Come In Alone3:58
4Only Shallow
Music By – Kevin ShieldsWords By – Bilinda Butcher
4:17
5Loomer
Music By – Kevin ShieldsWords By – Bilinda Butcher
2:38
6Soon7:00
7Sometimes5:19
8To Here Knows When
Music By – Kevin ShieldsWords By – Bilinda Butcher, Kevin Shields
5:31
9Blown A Wish3:36
10When You Sleep4:12
11Touched
Producer, Mixed By, Music By [Musik] – Colm O'Ciosoig
0:57

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
crecd 060, CRECD 060My Bloody Valentine Loveless ‎(CD, Album)Creation Records, Creation Recordscrecd 060, CRECD 060UK1991
plain105My Bloody Valentine Loveless ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gat)Plain Recordingsplain105US2003
9 26759-2My Bloody Valentine Loveless ‎(CD, Album, RE)Sire, Warner Bros. Records, Creation Records9 26759-2USUnknown
9 26759-2My Bloody Valentine Loveless ‎(CD, Album, Lon)Sire, Warner Bros. Records, Creation Records9 26759-2US1991
88697312112My Bloody Valentine Loveless ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, RP)Sony Music88697312112UK & Europe2012

Credits

  • Artwork [Coordination]Marie Shields
  • BassDebbie Googe
  • Cover [Idea]My Bloody Valentine
  • Drums, SamplerColm O'Ciosoig
  • Engineer, Engineer [Assistant]Adrian Bushby, Alan Moulder, Andy Wilkinson, Anjali Dutt, Charles Steel, Colm O'Ciosoig, Darren Allison, Dick Meaney, Guy Fixsen, Harold Burgon, Hugh Price, Ingo Vauk, Kevin Shields, Nick Addison, Nick Robbins, Nick Savage, Pascale Giovetto, Tony Falter
  • Photography ByAngus Cameron
  • Producer, Mixed ByKevin Shields (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B5)
  • SleeveDesignland
  • SongwriterKevin Shields (tracks: A5 to B5)
  • Vocals, GuitarBilinda Butcher
  • Vocals, Guitar, SamplerKevin Shields

Hinweise

Some copies come with two-sided 12" size sheet with info and tracklisting.
Bottom of sleeve on back reads:
"sleeve by designland · a creation records product. · ⓟ & ® 1991 creation records, 8 westgate street london e8 3rn made in europe 2013"
Side durations as printed on labels:
23:09 (A)
25:28 (B)

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 4006751489145
  • Label Code: LC 6306
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): CRELP 060 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): CRELP 060 B

Unternehmen

  • Published By – EMI Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Creation Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Creation Records Ltd.

Kurzes Intro

Loveless is the second studio album by English-Irish rock band My Bloody Valentine. It was released on 4 November 1991 in the United Kingdom by Creation Records and in the United States by Sire Records. The album was recorded between February 1989 and September 1991, with vocalist and guitarist Kevin Shields leading sessions and experimenting with guitar vibrato techniques, tuning systems, samplers, and meticulous production methods. The band cycled through nineteen different studios and several. 2020 г. My Bloody Valentine - Loveless Full Album HD Enjoy the best. is simply the most astounding-sounding album produced last year - a collage of voices, looping, and reverberated metallic guitars, and effects guaranteed to convince unprepared listeners their CD players are dying. Full Review. Rolling Stone. Loveless oozes a sonic balm that first embraces and then softly pulverizes the frantic stress of life. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей My 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. The recording of Loveless is rumored to have cost 250,000, a figure that came close to bankrupting the bands record label Creation Records. My Bloody Valentine - Loveless 2012. Loveless 2012 - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Loveless to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Loveless 2012. LP 12 album, 33 rpm. My Bloody Valentine Format: Vinyl. Please retry. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Listen free to My Bloody Valentine Loveless Only Shallow, Loomer and more. 11 tracks 48:28. 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. My Bloody Valentine - Loveless 1991. To favorites 32 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Shoegaze Dream-Pop. My Bloody Valentine. Songs in album My Bloody Valentine - Loveless 1991. My Bloody Valentine - Only Shallow. My Bloody Valentine - Loomer. My Bloody Valentine - To Here Knows When. My Bloody Valentine - When You Sleep. My Bloody Valentine - I Only Said. My Bloody Valentine - Come In Alone. My Bloody Valentine - Sometimes
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heart of sky
heart of sky
I have to say that this pressing isnt totally bad .. With a decent equipement he is clear , no distorsion at all .. For 20€/$ it sur à good deal .. But if you've Got the money : buy an original or the recent reissue .
Authis
Authis
Just want to say my copy of this sounds fine. Good soundstage, good EQ and no distortion. Probably not as good as the new AAA reissue (sold my copy when prices got high) but very good for the price. Until Kevin Shields gets this back in print this will do for me
Jarortr
Jarortr
I can't wait for the 100% analog pressing due out January 2018. This bootleg has only been played one time due to how terrible it is. Easily one of the most disappointing records in my collection.
Uickabrod
Uickabrod
DO NOT BUY THIS COPY!!! Its really BAD! I had it and it SUCKS!!
zmejka
zmejka
Too quiet imo. But its a bootleg what can you expect.
Tane
Tane
So despite all the comments here I thought to myself what the hell I'll pick up a copy and make my own opinion about. I bought this because I really wanted a copy of one of my favourite albums on vinyl and not pay the ridiculous price of an original. If you want to own the record on vinyl this is fine, if you want it to sound good, it is not. After listening to the record and the CD, the CD blows this thing out of the water, no competition, everything on the CD sounds perfect. The sound issues vinyl pressing, though, where do I even start. It sounds distorted as hell. On one of my favourite songs "To Here Knows When" the tambourine in the background I could hardly hear through the distortion. But in the end, I bought this because I wanted a copy of Loveless on vinyl and I have it. But having received it I am disappointed perhaps I set my hopes too high for a bootleg but at the same time I can't help but think how silly of me it was to buy an inferior sounding record just so I could say I own it. You are better off buying the CD to get the best listening experience and save yourself some money. As for wanting it on wax because you want to say you own one of your favourite albums on vinyl waiting for a repress. If you love this album as much as me you are going to know within the first few seconds of listening to it that it doesn't sound right and if you are like me it will probably be shelved in favour of the CD. If you really want in on vinyl save up and buy the original or wait till Kevin Shields does a reissue.
Vichredag
Vichredag
Well, it is a boot, and for that you know what to shoot for when buying. Price is right around $20, and the sound is nowhere near good. But it's okay. Turn up your bass (hopefully you have a subwoofer too) and crank the volume and it sounds decent. I know they are mixing a reissue right now... I check just about once a week to see if it's out yet, cannot wait. Top 10 albums of all time and if you want it right now on vinyl, might as well buy this version then wait for the new remaster to come out. If patient enough, just wait for the remaster. Should be coming 2017, but knowing Kevin Shields, one may never know. He would be a great poker player.....
Malalanim
Malalanim
Sounds OK if you EQ it and turn it up loud!!!over all, it's bad, but it works.
Malarad
Malarad
Absolutely worth ~$20 shipped. An EQ is recommended, but it's listenable without one. This pressing is indeed rather quiet.I have a 24-bit FLAC rip of the original vinyl pressing, and there's really no perceptibly audible difference on mid-range audio equipment.
Gold Crown
Gold Crown
Different runout etching: MBVLL01-A1 and on Side 2: MBVLL01-B1. No sheet inside. Otherwise looks like I also got this one, for $25 today.
Usic
Usic
Just picked this up today at a local record shop for 25 bucks. There's a distinct lack of low end in this pressing and I don't have a receiver so I'm outta luck. Pretty disappointed.
Jairani
Jairani
This is a terrible bootleg. All of you giving this bootleg good reviews need to raise your standards.
Purebinder
Purebinder
It's the easiest way to get a copy of Loveless on vinyl, but be aware that the cover art is kinda lousy and printed on extremely flimsy cardboard, there's no guarantee of an insert, and there's noticeable gaps between tracks. Generally, the quality of this pressing is awful.That said, I knew exactly what I was getting into when I bought it and, even though it's a crappy bootleg and far from perfect, it's a copy of Loveless on vinyl. If they ever re-release the original, I'll buy that and frame this one.
Samugor
Samugor
Not sure your version is the same, as the one I have has normal cardboard, the cover art is pretty close to the original (which I also have), and the sound quality is also not bad at all. As bootlegs go, this is a 4 out of 5. No insert, though.
Ximathewi
Ximathewi
ok, so I'm no expert and my stereo system is what you might call lower-mid-range I guess in the 2k bracket, but to me this vinyl version is miles better than the CD, even if it is a bootleg. In fact I played both at the same time and flicked between the 2 and the difference between CD and this version is noticeable. I'm sure the original sounds better, but for £15 this bootleg more than does the job. I guess if you have a top end system you might disagree but I can only review it based on what I've got to play it on. The colours of the cover art.... yeah probably not an exact match but you gets what you pays for. It certainly doesn't look terrible, you just know it's different if you have the original.
Kirimath
Kirimath
sadly the sound is awfulavoid this pressing
Nalmetus
Nalmetus
I own this pressing and its ok, but does not do the justice. Cover art is bad and the sound lacks a lot of clarity. If you cant effort the crelp 060 like me, I would strongly recommend buying a crecd 060. It gives a much better representation of the album, cost 3-5 € for a good copy and sounds absolutely great.
Minha
Minha
I just purchased this copy and I would say its definitely worth the $18.99 I do notice the lack of bass, but thats what recievers are for, and yeah the cover is a little more red and there is no insert, what do you expect from a bootleg, I would still love a proper remastered pressing though, crossing my fingers for 2015, shoegaze revival.
Bine
Bine
Kevin said he wishes to repress IA and Loveless as pure analogue cuts, like he did with mbv. I know he's not a man to hold your breath for, but one day he will get it done. In the mean time save for a Creation pressing, it is worth it!
Kelenn
Kelenn
I saw these german bootlegs(both albums) a vinyl fair here in switzerland last year and once again in a german shop last week. They just look so shaky that I figured out that they were bootlegs. The cardboard quality is just cheap and the quality of the picture of the album cover is noticeably Xeroxed. I didn't listen to them but figured out if you're a music lover you shouldn't spend your money on them. Plus, you're not supporting the artist.
Shou
Shou
Yeah, but I don't see him supporting us. Still waiting for the official remastered vinyl reissues we were promised. Not paying silly money for original. Can't believe I sold my original copy in 2005. Immediately regretted it!
Molace
Molace
I've got the original, and this bootleg, and the difference between the two on a Rega RP6 is night and day. That's not to say the bootleg is particularly bad - it's a quiet pressing, and reasonably decent quality - but the volume is lower than the original, and also seems lack a certain amount of bass. That said, the original was never that great in the first place, so it's really not some sort of holy grail. Just wait for a proper re-release if you're desperate for Loveless on vinyl.For £15 or so, it's acceptable, but don't expect to get a facsimile of the original (we'll evidently have to wait...and wait... and wait for that). The sleeve art is pinker than it's supposed to be, and doesn't come with a proper printed inner sleeve either (instead, you just get a plain white paper sleeve). On top of that, the label art is different, and there are a few minor changes to the text on reverse as well.
Kirizius
Kirizius
My copy didn't come with the inner sheet, which was disappointing, and the artwork seems more red than pink, which is also disappointing. BUT, the vinyl sounds great. I had only the 2003 Plain Recordings pressing to compare it to, and it sounds leaps and bounds better. (I later came to find out that that PR pressing was taken directly from a 16-bit CD rip, according to Kevin Shields himself.) I don't have the original vinyl -- though I have heard a nice 24-bit/ 96khz FLAC rip of it from what.cd -- but I would say the two are practically identical in sound.Looking forward to a proper, official pressing of the 2012 remaster, whenever it comes out.In the meantime, if you want to hear this album on vinyl without taking out a second mortgage, the $30 unofficial copy is the way to go for sure.
Painbrand
Painbrand
I have the exact same complaints, no inner sheet and more red than pink. BUT... it'll do until a proper reissue comes.
Grari
Grari
I understand the scrutiny, but this album never had dynamics. It is a washy, fizzy mix from day one. This bootleg compares favorably to the Plain Records release with slightly more top end.
Olelifan
Olelifan
The original isn't a great pressing.
Wetiwavas
Wetiwavas
Just picked this version up off ebay and while I'm stoked to finally own a physical copy of Loveless on LP ($30 to have probably the coolest album artwork on my shelf in my room is worth it in my opinion), I have to say I'm disappointed in the sound quality. I'm one of the least audiophiliac vinyl collectors I know, and the difference between this and the mp3 is pretty clear to my ears. While it is definitely muddy (you could convince yourself that it's "warmer"), the clear lack of dynamic range is what irritates me. This album has always been considered a wall of sound type album, but the mp3 still seems to have a definite sharpness to it, this version comes to my ears like a soggy wall of sound.
Kashicage
Kashicage
Don't forget, this album was remastered in 2012 (CD only) so if that's your mp3 source than it's not a very fair comparison. From what I understand, the original was mixed in a very "mashed together" way as well. Not a lot of dynamics to speak of. All we can do is wait [forever] for Kevin Shields to finally remaster this for vinyl as he's been talking about for years.
Gardagar
Gardagar
anyone else's copy not come with the tracklisting/info sheet?
Sat
Sat
ye, same
Cenneel
Cenneel
yupp, mine
Abandoned Electrical
Abandoned Electrical
Compares pretty favorably to mp3 and CD versions. It won't blow any minds, but the quality, even independent of the (very reasonable) price, is solid. It's still a little muddy, but what version of Loveless isn't?
Akelevar
Akelevar
I own a vintage Dual record player with Sure sound system and Canton speakers, and to my ears this 2013 edition sounds absolutely flat, no dynamic range whatsoever. I can't compare with the 2003 or 1991 editions, though, I only owned MP3 downloads before. Maybe this album sounded weak and muddled right from the beginning. Well: "I speak only for myself" (William Burroughs).
Helo
Helo
Honestly, I think this pressing sounds great. I'd never been lucky enough to hear Loveless on vinyl and, after experiencing it for years and years on CD or MP3 only, the first listen on vinyl was an incredible treat. Details in the instrumentation that I'd never noticed, a much more noticeable low end to the drums and bass, just very rich in detail.
RUsich155
RUsich155
well i was tottaly wrong,i am the one who said that the quality of this version was awfull.i found out that my speakers and my turntable had a problem.i listened also the original version and this copy and i must say that the sound is almostthe same.so afterwards i must say that the sound quality of this vinyl version is brilliant.the only problem is with the songsometimes,the volume is too low.sorry friends.wherever you find this copy GRAB IT!it starts already to become rare
Drelahuginn
Drelahuginn
There are two songs songs that sound kind of strange. 'I Only Said' in particular, sounds kind of noisy. But the rest of the album sounds amazing. Im very glad i picked it up. And hey, mabey its worth something in 20 years ;)
Tiainar
Tiainar
This bootleg isn't bad, but the high frequencies are a bit washy and really, what's the point in owning something on vinyl if it's the exact same as the CD only worse?I'm questioning myself who bought this a couple years ago, for way more than I should have...
Nafyn
Nafyn
Excellent dynamic range without the over-bright spaceyness of the remaster or the churning muddiness of the original 1991 cd. Possesses those unique qualities that are the ardour of vinyl lovers everywhere. Natural hi-fi sound.
Iaran
Iaran
I just bought this repress and took some time to make a headphones comparison with the legit CD from 2012 (the "mastered from original 1/2 inch analogue tapes" one). The only difference is in the high frequencies, a bit more on this vinyl, otherwise its the same. I don't know if it's a bootleg and i don't care, prices are too high for the original, and the sound is quite good to my ears.
Nikok
Nikok
the sound quality from youtube is much more better than this bootlegalthough i haven't heard the original vinyl
Risteacor
Risteacor
with all the respect, how can you compare?
Kupidon
Kupidon
you must be joking all of you..my copy sounds HORRIBLE.to here or knows when i can't hear or distinguish the voice of blinda and in many other songs the sound is like to be recorded from a cassette.is it my copy only with that terrible sound or it's the same with all the other copies?also there is no insert..
sunrise bird
sunrise bird
Mine sounds just fine, more fidelity than the CD for sure. I have have plenty of experience buying the Plain Records reissues, which though i still usually can't complain because i bought most of them for 20-25 dollars, it's super clear that all of them are just mastered from the CD's. I don't mind this when i'm paying 25 bucks (i literally played my Ween Mollusk album side by side with the CD, there was NO difference in any shape or form. I bought this version for 30 bucks, and am SUPER happy with it. A. It was a reasonable price, so had it just been cut from a CD, no biggie. B. The plain one goes for 80+ now, and i can't see anyone paying that kind of cash for a poor reissue bordering on being a bootleg anyways. This pressing though sounds like it was sourced from something different than the CD, possibly DAT, vinyl, whatever, but it sounds much better than i expected, and far superior to the Plain Records pressing i have heard.
Zulkishicage
Zulkishicage
i can't really understand why (almost) everybody says this unofficial repress sounds like crap. i totally disagree: with my pro-ject debut carbon (equipped with a MC cartridge), this one sounds very dynamic and crisp. instrument separation is clear and defined and i can clearly distinguish some details that otherwise i'd never could hear.always keeping in mind that this (like the others) is a personal opinion, if you want a vinyl edition of this masterpiece but do not want (or can't afford) to spend 80€ or even more for a first press, definitely grab a copy.March, 12 2014 update: Even though i've never had the chance to listen the original 1991 press, after adding to my system a musical fidelity v90-lps phono preamp, i couldn't do nothing but get back on talking about this release: this unofficial repress simply sounds fantastic!The vinyl itself is quiet, the sound is crisp, dynamically very well balanced and full of detail.Should it come to light that there were Kevin Shields' hands behind this release, it would not be a surprise to me: the very good 2012 remastered CD gets literally overwhelmed.I'd give 6 stars rating if i could, so get one before their price rise.
Dream
Dream
It sounds even worst than the Plain repress.
Dusho
Dusho
Frankly speaking, no. It doesn't have the same energy (signal energy) than an official release and some frequencies have been cut or minimised (of course because it has been re sampled, certainly from a vinyl source). The 2012 rm cd is much better. I know it's a little bit disappointing to not be able to play this master peace in vinyl but be careful and do not pay it too much if you really want it (10-15€ on my mind)I suppose it's the same for the nick cave bootlegs...
Alsardin
Alsardin
Just got this in the mail today. The sound is really clear. Much better than I expected. The only gripe is the drums are a little lost in the mix on the first couple of tracks. To be honest that could be the case on the original as well and I just don't remember. Will have to do a side by side with the cd and compare the two.
Jaiarton
Jaiarton
I have the "MADE IN EUROPE 2013" It sounds superb, and for an unofficial release it is fantastic. The artwork and sound are high quality, does not seem like a bootleg. Excellent pressing.
Thorgahuginn
Thorgahuginn
the inner sleeve isn't like the original as well as the central stickers on the vinyl...quite a good copy, but misses some details in high and low frequences
Naktilar
Naktilar
you must be joking all of you,my copy sounds HORRIBLE.to here knows when i can't hear or dinstinguish the voice of blinda and in many other songs the sounds is like a sound taken from a cassette.is it my copy only with that terrible sound or are all copies sound the same way?also there was no insert.
huckman
huckman
Concerning this LP, it's clearly not a licensed item to me. However, it's a really great bootleg. The artwork is splendid (contrary to the pictures above, cover and labels are pink, red and flashy), and the insert is well printed too. It certainly doesn't sound as good as the original pressing, but it's surely a better copy than the Plain's one. But, in the end, I admit it, the record really looks like a licensed one...