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Seventh Dream Of Teenage Heave Original recording remastered, Import


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 18 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: Select Distributions
  • ASIN: B00004T9Z0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

1. If There's A Heaven Above
2. A Private Future
3. The Dog-End Of A Day Gone By
4. The Game
5. Seventh Dream Of Teenage Heaven
6. Haunted When The Minutes Drag
7. Saudade
8. Ball Of Confusion (12in UK Mix)
9. Inside The Outside
10. If There's A Heaven Above (12in UK Mix)
11. God And Mr. Smith
12. Haunted When The Minutes Drag (USA Mix)
13. If There's A Heaven Above (Canada Mix)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MichelBourgeois TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 23 2014
Format: Audio CD
Released in 1985, "Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven" is the perfect soundtrack to the mid eighties. This is the remastered version from 2000 that includes 6 extra tracks and mixes which only enhance the recording. Opener "If There's a Heaven Above" begins with the line " Throw the world off your shoulders tonight Mr. Smith". Listening to those lyrics, you feel that for 40 minutes or so, you're leaving your troubles behind. All the other songs are exceptional as well,everyone seems to have a favourite. Also, I want to mention the sound quality, the remastering was done beautifully, It's a shame that beautiful music like this is trarely made these days.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SandmanVI on Feb. 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well it isn't really a debut, it's just the first one under the L&R name. The sound on this album didn't change that much from Tones on Tail or Bauhaus.
Anyway this really is a great album with lots of good stuff. "Dog End of a Day Gone By", "If There's a Heaven Above" and "God and Mr. Smith" are all excellent downbeat pop songs. "The Game" is more dark and strange, feeling like it could have come straight from a Bauhaus session; you can hear this song's main hook sampled on Snog's "Reigning Terror". "Saudade" is a wonderful instrumental piece. "Private Future" is excellent as well.
There is a slight issue though... the album is very slow overall. With the exception of the up-tempo "Inside the Outisde" the entire CD runs at about the same pace. (Note: "Ball of Confusion" is faster too, but it wasn't on this album originally and I don't know why it's here now - it was released with "Express"). I love the album but I think this lack of differentiation hurts the way the album is remembered and maybe even is part of the reason this band's legacy is not a powerful as it deserves to be. My guess is that had these great songs been sprinkled in throughout the L&R collection, placed side-by-side with the upbeat, catchy songs that not only would these songs be more remembered but the band as well. Hey, maybe that's why they threw "Ball of Confusion" in - still not appropriate to revise history like that.
Love and Rockets ought to be in the pantheon of great 80's/alternative/post-punk (pick your cliche) bands with the likes of The Cure, The Smiths or whomever. For some reason they are overlooked a bit.
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Format: Audio CD
Someone in the Love and Rockets camp has a habilt of fine-tuning their albums and adding new songs after the initial album release date. This is cheating, but no matter. I've fine tuned my own version of what the album should sound like. At least this current release has the original line-up of songs, followed by the bonus material. The following is MY running order for the album:
"If There's A Heaven Above" - "Throw the world off your shoulders tonight Mr. Smith . . ." This joyously hopeful song dives right into the main themes of the album, namely - youth, the mystery of religion, the nature of human existence and the progression of time. *****
"A Private Future" - Starts off as a pretty, idyllic song that progresses into a more ominous exploration of religious beliefs. Culminates in the line "Live the life you love/ Use a god you trust/ And don't take it all too seriously" which instantly brings their sermonizing back down to earth. ****
("Snuff out the ") -- "Dog-end Of A Day Gone By" - A steady rock workout drenched in omnipresent guitars, organ and rumbling drums. ****
"The Game" - This one sounds like being caught in some Twilight Zone timewarp. Ticks along at a deliberate pace like a clock that intensifies as the song progresses. ****1/2
"Inside The Outside" - This one's a cool rocker. Dominated by drums that tumble all over the place and tortured single-note shreds of fury on guitar. ****
"God And Mr. Smith" - a wigged-out remix of "If There's A Heaven Above" sans words. Strange Middle Eastern vocal distortions and other effects swirl around to trippy effect.
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By "wacoo7609" on July 16 2002
Format: Audio CD
this is a great album. private future still remains one of my favorite songs.i can't really describe it. it is neat the way they combine daniel's threatening style with david's melody, even though all three of them are wonderful musicians. all of them contribute a different sound to the band. it is what makes them special. they both have beautiful voices in two different ways. wow.
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