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EP's 1988 - 1991


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  • Audio CD (1 Jan 1900)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B00826QLLG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,208 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. You Made Me Realise
2. Slow
3. Thorn
4. Cigarette In Your Bed
5. Drive It All Over Me
6. Feed Me With Your Kiss
7. I Believe
8. Emptiness Inside
9. I Need No Trust
10. Soon
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Disc: 2
1. To Here Knows When
2. Swallow
3. Honey Power
4. Moon Song
5. Instrumental No 2
6. Instrumental No 1
7. Glider
8. Sugar
9. Angel
10. Good For You
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By octophone VINE VOICE on 7 May 2012
Format: Audio CD
This is probably the most necessary item in the long-delayed My Bloody Valentine reissue campaign, picking up all four of their EP-length releases for Creation as well as various other stray tracks. The EP's are presented in chronological order with their original tracklistings fully intact. The remastering is clear and careful with each EP being allowed to sound like itself - thankfully, there has been no attempt to EQ or remix anything to create a cohesive overall listening experience. "You Made Me Realise" sees them transitioning from their more indie-friendly roots into something more potent, the lead track buzzing away, tense and agitated. "Slow", crucially, introduces the tremolo glide sound that would become their signature and the rest of the EP is as tuneful and accessible as it is seductive. The sound becomes heavier and more obtuse for "Feed Me With Your Kiss", which, as well as the magnificent, growling title track features the group experimenting with samples and loops for the first time on the superb "I Believe", an approach that would fully blossom on 1990`s "Glider" with the genuinely funky "Soon", still a highpoint of their catalogue. Elsewhere on "Glider", their desire to experiment hits a peak of sorts on the hypnotic swirl of its disorientating title track. By the time we reach "Tremolo", their sound is as sensual and immersive as you could hope for. It's definitely the strongest EP when taken as a whole and serves as a reminder of how potent this format could be in the right hands; from the endless falling dream of "To Here Knows When" to the snake charmer's soundtrack of "Swallow", the bendy Sonic Youthisms of "Honey Power" and finally the dense, exotic "Moon Song", this is all prime meat - no "b-sides" or knock offs here.Read more ›
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By degrant on 8 May 2012
Format: Audio CD
For some of us, it doesn't get much better than "You Made Me Realise" "Feed Me With Your Kiss" or "Soon" from My Bloody Valentine's first 3 eps which are pretty much beyond reproach and which take up the first cd on this long-awaited compilation. Even the second disc, containing the "Tremelo" ep and seven rare tracks, is mighty fine. It's what's NOT in this release which causes me to deduct one star.

For a start, I don't immediately see why the (very scarce) Glider Remixes EP with the wonderful Andy Weatherall mix is not included. Furthermore, some live footage and/or videos might have been nice. Finally, while £9 for 90 minutes is generous and the attractive packaging contains the striking original artwork, there is absolutely no commentary or information as to from where and/or when the non-EP tracks came (eg the French magazine Les Unrockuptibles from memory).

However, such gripes should be put in perspective. For newcomers, this is as essential as "Isn't Anything" or "Loveless" and for some of us it's a good opportunity to replace/supplement our vinyl originals scratched through abuse and/or over affection.

Enjoy and look forward to more magic...
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Webster on 28 May 2012
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This compilation has been threatened for as long as I can remember. Finally it is here and it doesn't disappoint. But neither does it totally blow me away. Having owned all of the EPs since their original release (as the title says, between 1988 and 1991), there's not much new here but the remastered tracks do seem brighter and clearer than on my (rather scratchy) vinyl copies. Of the extra tracks, it's really good to hear "Sugar" properly rather than from a flexi-disc, and the three unreleased tracks (the first 'new' MBV material in 20 years) are a joy to behold.

But three tracks are missing from this compilation for true completeness and five stars. The (laughable but still weirdly enjoyable) Andrew Weatherall remix of "Soon", and more importantly two of their cover tracks; "Map Ref 41°N 93°W" from the Wire covers compilation "Whore" and "We Have All The Time In The World" from the "Peace Together" compilation.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Goncalo Santos on 10 July 2013
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Although You Made Me Realize is probably the best EP ever released, all of it is indispensable. It really moved music on to a whole new level.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ian22 on 15 Sep 2012
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I have a lot of these songs already, but I cannot fault the music on this compilation. I am not, however, a fan of cardboard packaging, as this will deteriorate in time. Also it would have been an good idea to have a write up and some notes on the songs etc.
Still, to me, MBV will always be a band that made music 'sideways' and created sounds and melodies most 21st century bands could only dream of. 5 stars for the music, but just 4 stars for packaging and lack of reading material.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cousin Bobby on 10 May 2012
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This may be the most logical release of the year.
Besides the music being outstanding, "Slow" is my favorite MBV song ever, this release will save
fans a ton of money.
When a cd/vinyl sells for $50 and up, it may not stop the hard core fan but it certainly will discourage
newbie fans from trying the music. Since the music is My Bloody Valentine it's a big shame when the average fan
can't get access to it, other than crummy you tube videos.
Now you can own all the E.P. for a fraction it would cost for the originals.
Thank you for making this a great music year.
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