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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Creation
  • ASIN: B00004SF22
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 310,021 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By coca-ebola on 28 July 2009
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In a way, the two pre-album EPs (this one and "You Made Me Realise") represent the peak of MBV's first golden era - where they'd introduced the "glider" and related guitar effects, but didn't yet make them the focus of the music, there were still substantially detailed songs underneath all the noise. "Isn't Anything" contains a few songs that simply don't stick in the memory - the two EPs are strong from start-to-finish.
The surprisngly punky, anthemic title track was soon to be notorious as the framing song of their high-volume "holocaust" improvisations onstage - here there's just a brief Day-In-The-Life-style upward rush, and it's back to the theme statement. The other relatively famous songs are the mildly lewd "Slow" and "Cigarette In Your Bed" (Shields and Butcher respectively). What may come as a surprise is how poppy the other two songs are: "Thorn" and "Drive All Over Me" feature very little of the group's signature guitar noise, but they feature instantly memorable melodies, and the latter in particular could have been an oldies-radio staple if it weren't for the lyrics.
It's a sign of the record company's capacity for poor judgment that this EP hasn't been kept in print for years.
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6 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "clowd" on 17 Sept. 2003
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My Bloody Valentine... what is there left to say? Well, if you're reading this then you probably already own at least one album. This EP was released along with the album Isn't Anything and a similar EP Feed Me With Your Kiss. The EP's in general are very rare. Two EPs were released to coincide with the classic album Loveless titled Glider and Tremolo. This is my second favourite MBV EP after the previously mentioned Tremolo, the reason being the same reason why most people prefer Loveless to Isn't Anything. The latter was mainly feedback covered rock songs not unlike Sonic Youth, the former was an album of beauty and wild yet controlled sonic experimentation. YMMR falls somewhere in between. None of the songs are as heavy as Isn't Anything or FMWYK yet they are more simple song structures than Loveless and Glider. If you want to collect or complete your My Bloody Valentine collection, then this, as with all the EPs, is still essential.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
best indie EP ever 30 July 2013
By SFNico - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
with YMMR,Kevin Shields did the impossible.he completely reinvented the my bloody valentine sound from the previous EPs.
the sound is now so potent and powerful it's overtakes you like a drug.
this music is alive.each of the five songs are mbv and alt rock classics.yes,even " suck "in its own way.
the incredible thing is that ,with Loveless,Kevin took it to another level,but this is where that story starts.
I think this is for everyone.it's not that hard to grasp for a music lover.
IMO this is the best EP by anyone ever.
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Brilliant first album 19 Dec. 2012
By Isaac E. Harrell - Published on Amazon.com
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The band that defined a generation of shoegazer rock in its earliest stages. Many critics went for Loveless (which was great), but this album and Isn't Anything were more indicative to the history of the band's sound.
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