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MBV is for people too dumb to understand God.

That would be me.

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What about Tom Waits?

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Don't like him enough to care. I didn't realize you were asking me.

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Do you like how Rain Dogs opens with a squawking sound and people say it's one of the ten best records of all time.

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People say some pretty stupid things, don't they?

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I'm bound to find something to like on a 2nd listen. I thought it was the stupidest thing I had ever heard 3 years ago.


Age: 16

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The last 45 seconds of "To Here Knows When" are fucking incredible. I could seriously listen to that guitar loop for hours at a time.



i could say the same thing about the intro of I Only Said

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i think i need to check Isnt Anything

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very overrated


still good tho

that song on 'isnt anything' about child abuse is my favourite of theirs

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this thread really needs a good bumping.


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http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/n ... -anythingi

My Bloody Valentine Remaster Loveless, Isn't Anything
Fifteen-odd years of near total silence, and now they just won't shut up! Fresh off news of the big reunion, the European tour, the insane All Tomorrow's Parties spectacle, and the North American visit, My Bloody Valentine are all up in our grills yet again, harping on about how their two unimpeachable classic albums-- Loveless and Isn't Anything-- will soon get the deluxe remaster treatment.

As initially reported on Wired's Blog Network and now confirmed by a Sony BMG UK rep, the only two MBV albums that matter (This Is Your Bloody Valentine was practically an EP anyway) will hit UK shops June 16 in newly remastered formats. While the Isn't Anything remaster spans only one disc, the Loveless one comes as a double-disc: the first disc remastered from both DAT (digital audio tape) and analogue tape, and the second remastered from just analogue tape. No needless bonus cuts or anything, just two gems in all their pristine, self-contained glory.

Vinyl editions of these remasters are expected to follow in the UK, and the Sony BMG rep suggests the band and label are mulling "other possible releases for later in the year." Ooh, maybe that long-rumored EP/rarities box? Or the new MBV album Kevin Shields teased us about late last year? We'll be gazing holes into our sneakers while we wait to find out.

Kevin and co. will be staring straight through to the soles of theirs as well, beginning June 20 in London.

My Bloody Valentine:

06-20 London, England - The Roundhouse
06-21 London, England - The Roundhouse
06-22 London, England - The Roundhouse
06-23 London, England - The Roundhouse
06-24 London, England - The Roundhouse
06-28 Manchester, England - Apollo
06-29 Manchester, England - Apollo
07-02 Glasgow, Scotland - Barrowland
07-03 Glasgow, Scotland - Barrowland
07-03-06 Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival
07-09 Paris, France - Zenith
07-17-20 Benicàssim, Spain - Festival Internacional de Benicàssim
07-25 Naeba, Japan - Fuji Rock Festival
08-08 Oslo, Norway - Øya Festival
09-05 Isle of Wight, England - Bestival
09-19-21 Monticello, NY - Kutshers Country Club (ATP New York)
09-22 New York, NY - Roseland
09-23 New York, NY - Roseland
09-25 Toronto, Ontario - Ricoh
09-27 Chicago, IL - Aragon Ballroom
09-30 San Francisco, CA - The Concourse
10-01 Los Angeles, CA - Santa Monica Civic
10-02 Los Angeles, CA - Santa Monica Civic

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http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/news/50501-my-bloody-valentine-remaster-ilovelessi-iisnt-anythingi

My Bloody Valentine Remaster Loveless, Isn't Anything
Fifteen-odd years of near total silence, and now they just won't shut up! Fresh off news of the big reunion, the European tour, the insane All Tomorrow's Parties spectacle, and the North American visit, My Bloody Valentine are all up in our grills yet again, harping on about how their two unimpeachable classic albums-- Loveless and Isn't Anything-- will soon get the deluxe remaster treatment.

As initially reported on Wired's Blog Network and now confirmed by a Sony BMG UK rep, the only two MBV albums that matter (This Is Your Bloody Valentine was practically an EP anyway) will hit UK shops June 16 in newly remastered formats. While the Isn't Anything remaster spans only one disc, the Loveless one comes as a double-disc: the first disc remastered from both DAT (digital audio tape) and analogue tape, and the second remastered from just analogue tape. No needless bonus cuts or anything, just two gems in all their pristine, self-contained glory.


God i love remasters. I know the board is split 50/50 on remasters, but place me firmly in the "i'm buying this as soon as the store opens" camp.


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is there any date for the new one coming out yet?


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is there any date for the new one coming out yet?


the next august 32th

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God, "Soon" totally fucking destroys. I remember I didn't get the hype with this album back when I downloaded it in high school, and then I thought I got it, and then last year I ACTUALLY got it, and I knew this because songs other than "Sometimes" and "When you Sleep" started destroying me.

But "Soon" lulls you into that little dancy keyboard line, and then the fucking brick wall of guitar and then Kevin's vocals sound so goddamned hurt and anxious, holy shit.

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Also, this album totes benefits from headphones, but where it's really perfect is late late night in a car, sitting half-drunk in the backseat, and I'm sure that sounds like I'm stealing the image from Lost in Translation, but it's actually from one of the few perfect moments in my life.

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This album climaxes at the end. Really, I like the first four songs, but it's not till "When You Sleep" that I get goosebumps, and the last three tracks are absolutely perfect.

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I forgot that "What you Want" is also a perfect song. I mean, I know I said the last three are perfect, but WYW on it's own is also flawless.

Also, in response to King's remark about MBV being for people too dumb to understand God, I feel like I really agree with that.

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Blown a Wish is actually my favorite song on Loveless right now. I've never been a huge fan of Soon though. When You Sleep was my favorite for a long time, I'd probably say it's #2 right now.

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