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I wouldn't say its great but its not bad either.
That being said I would urge anyone who likes the group or likes shoegazing music or just wants to check out this band to grab loveless first and then grab this.
The lush, resonant walls of sound are in full effect and there are some different approaches as well.
The guitars sound awesome; still really thick and granular. This record is really great for appearing out of nowhere some twenty years after it was supposed to. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Langan Lindsey
File this one under Industrial/Indie/Pop. It follows up where they left off and did a good job with it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John E. Ellison
I was blown away at the first listen! Much better than expected after a 20 year hiatus! Well done!Published 3 months ago by HannP
I thought loveless was amusic changind cd. Yes a follow up would be hard. So a zillion yeArs later her comes mbv no change just them same with so so production. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Daniel Darrow
Just do a web research and read the critics celebrating.
After all these years MBV are still on top of their game. Love it.
Tremendous CD. They've picked up right where they left off 20+ years ago. It's solid all the way through, no tracks that need skipped over.Published 7 months ago by David Castello
that the mbv vinyl is not digital.
I might be wrong.
regardless,I'm very grateful to mbv for this one.
side 2 is best . Read more
My intuition tells me that the record's release after such a long time since loveless aligns with the band's uncomprimising dedication to their craft: mbv is not one to put out a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Senor Snots