Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Lush - Mad Love (1990) 12"EP Vynil-Rip
The original band members were Steve Rippon, Emma Anderson, Meriel Barham, Chris Acland and Miki Berenyi. Barham left almost immediately, eventually joining fellow 4AD label mates, Pale Saints. In 1989 the band signed to 4AD Records and released Scar, a 6-track mini-album. Critical praise for Scar and a wildly popular live show established Lush as one of the most written about groups of the early 1990s U.K. indie scene. Not long after, the British music press tagged them with the title of 'shoegazers', a label that has developed into a whole genre of its own, i.e. 'shoegazing'. The following year, the EP Mad Love, produced by Robin Guthrie, and single "Sweetness and Light" (produced by Tim Friese-Greene) were released. All three releases were eventually combined into the Gala album which was produced mainly for the US and Japanese markets.
a2 Leaves Me Cold
Ripped from vynil 12"Ep at 320kbps
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