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my bloody valentine
ReleaseProduct
m b v
Label
Domino Recording Co
Catalogue Number
REWIG160D1
Release Date
March 31, 2021
  • Vinyl 1×LP (Deluxe)

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    Black heavyweight LP

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    REWIGLP160X

    • Deluxe gatefold tip-on and board-mounted sleeve
    • Set of 5 card “artwork” prints (264mm x 264mm) in re-sealable plastic sleeve, inserts to front pocket
    • Printed polylined inner sleeve, inserts to rear pocket
    • Download card

    Available: May 21, 2021

  • Vinyl 1×LP

    Unavailable

    Black heavyweight LP

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    • + MP3

    REWIGLP160

    • Gatefold sleeve
    • Set of 5 card “artwork” prints (264mm x 264mm) in re-sealable plastic sleeve, inserts to front pocket
    • Printed polylined inner sleeve, inserts to rear pocket
    • Download card

    Available: May 21, 2021

  • CD

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    REWIGCD160

    • 4-panel “mini LP” style gatefold card sleeve
    • 8-page booklet in front pocket
    • CD in printed card inner wallet in rear pocket

    Available: May 21, 2021

Instant MP3 download with all Vinyl / Vinyl / CD pre-orders.

Genres

In the year 2013, 1991’s Loveless, as well as its 1988 predecessor Isn’t Anything, had already been claimed as two of the finest albums ever produced within the shoegaze movement and beyond. The legacy of My Bloody Valentine had been left to gestate for many years, and murmurs of a third record circulated, proliferated then vanished once again. It seemed as though the group would remain as elusive legends, locked in the studio with producer and guitarist Kevin Shields obsessively tweaking the knobs of his pedalboard for the rest of time.

Then, out of the blue, came m b v, and despite the gulf of years, My Bloody Valentine were emerging back into a world over which they still held dominion. The opening guitar sweeps and windswept melody of ‘She Found Now’ re-enters the amniotic sound-world of Loveless without redrawing its boundaries, billowing with a scorched sweetness carrying itself across to the noise monsoon of ‘Who Sees You’. My Bloody Valentine sound mighty and powerful even when they’re being playful, the unbreachable wall of enveloping noise on 'Wonder 2' sounding like they've run the pedals through a jet engine.

There’s no doubt that perfectionist Shields still hears its faults, but m b v is about as perfect a shoegaze record as there is, and a galaxy-brained statement for the outer limits of psychedelic music.

Digital Track List

  1. 1 she found now 5:06 Buy
  2. 2 only tomorrow 6:21 Buy
  3. 3 who sees you 6:12 Buy
  4. 4 is this and yes 5:06 Buy

    is this and yes

  5. 5 if i am 3:54 Buy
  6. 6 new you 4:58 Buy
  7. 7 in another way 5:30 Buy

    in another way

  8. 8 nothing is 3:34 Buy
  9. 9 wonder 2 5:51 Buy

my bloody valentine

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