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Loveless (Audio Cassette) Import


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  • Audio Cassette (Nov. 5 1991)
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B00000EYXW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Cayer on June 4 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I don't know whether to review the album, the re-mastering or the delivery, so I'm going to have to synthesize my opinion of all three. First thing's first: if you don't already own the album, buy this pronto. It's just about as good as music gets, and its legend grows day by day. If you do own a copy, it depends on how much of a fan you are. If you didn't like it the first time around, these re-masters probably won't swing your opinion. But if you've ever given Loveless more than a couple spins, I think you'll dig them. Having two markedly different takes on the same album prevents it from ever becoming tired. The re-master of the original tapes sound much the same as the 1991 version, whereas the second is much more physical. The original is the same old head trip, but with the analogue tapes, you can sort of tell that there's a band playing this music. My largest complaint is that album comes with absolutely no extra cover art, booklets, or other goodies. Just a cheap sleeve. And finally, the sleeve was delivered promptly and in perfect condition. Hooray.
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By Arvin Herod on June 15 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Everything was as I expected, and the album is enjoyable to listen to in my opinion. Might get remastered edition, yeah.
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I purchased this disc based on the amount of glowing reviews.
Talk about disappointing !!!!
Pure Crap !!!
Even my 18 year old shouted out "Turn That Garbage Off ! "
Not a fan in the least !!!
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I rated this one star just to get your attention. This is what he said about Warner Bros in a Pitchfork interview:

"Also, you don't get paid if you don't own it-- you know, we've never been paid one penny from the United States from any of the records we've ever made. In the record company's world, we're always in debt. But the strange part of the story is Loveless alone sold enough copies in its first year to put us out of debt. But somehow Warners have managed to create a situation where, hundreds of thousands of records down the line, we're still in debt. That's why the compilations aren't coming out on Warner Bros. They're extremely in breach of contract as well at the moment."

Don't support these hosers by buying the cheaper version. Buy the remastered 2-disc version (also on Amazon, by FAB distribution/Sony) and support the genius who created this masterpiece.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Bigney on July 26 2008
Format: Audio CD
Is there anything new that can possibly be said about Loveless? Any stone as yet unturned? So much has been written about this album, and so much of it reads the same: "It's about tension, noise vs. melody, ugliness vs. beauty... It's a return to the womb... It foregrounds the background and favors texture over development... Kevin Shields is Brian Wilson... Smart went crazy..." It's all true, of course. There's no arguing with any of that, just as there's little reason to talk about this album which so many people love. When it comes to Loveless, we understand each other so well that we nod and grunt like we're standing in front of Hank Hill's house. For me, it's been that way for some time: Seeing the letters "M", "B" and "V" next to each other in a review of another band's album is enough to get said record on my "music to check out" list. I suspect I'm not alone.

Now that Kevin Shields is in better health and is slowly returning to the scene, he's explained that Loveless was something of an albatross for him, that he never could find a proper way to follow it. He should be comforted by the fact that no one else has been able to follow it, either. I've long dreamt of an album that was "Like Loveless, but more," but I haven't found it. And so many hundreds of albums have tried. Perhaps this is the sound of a single idea perfected. We should move on and continue to explore the vast spectrum of sound and feeling music provides, but we'll always return to Loveless for what it alone can deliver.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By lost_weasel on July 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
in 1991 came the already classic "Loveless". the rockers "My Bloody Valentine" made their rare debut with "This is Your Bloody Valentine" in 1984. then, four years later they released "Isn't Anything", but the album they made them special... the album that made them famous in the rock genre... was "Loveless". which is easily one of the greatest albums out there. what a incredible 48 minutes it is, with amazing tracks like "Only Shallow", "When You Sleep", "Sometimes", and their amazing ending to the album... "Soon. but theres absoulutely not one bad track... those are just the stand-outs. Only Shallow has some of the greatest streaming guitars ever. theres always those complaints with the band with the vocals they can't hear and not nearly enough bass. but if you listen to the record a couple more times... you realize that doesn't matter.
When i first purchased "Loveless" and listened to it, i was a bit disappointed. It got so much acclaim as "one of the greatest albums ever!" so i kept trying, then one day I was listening to it... and... it just... CLICKED! it just clicked to me how beautiful this album really is. its just so many different things! want me to tell you how different? i've wrote over 50 reviews on CD albums here at Amazon, and when I i clicked the "recommended" button on Loveless, it had more than half of the CDs i reviewed. Spiritualized, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Neutral Milk Hotel, and much much more. this part of this review may seem useless to you, but i'm just saying... if you buy any album from the '90s... make it this one.
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