SLOWDIVE – ” Slowdive ” Record Store Day 2020

Posted: June 4, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Slowdive the English rock band that formed in Reading, Berkshire in 1989. The band consists of Rachel Goswell on vocals and guitar, Simon Scott on drums, Neil Halstead on vocals and guitar, Nick Chaplin on bass and Christian Savill on guitar.

30th anniversary edition for Record Store Day 2020 of their self-titled EP. Slowdive was actually the band’s original demo; the band  preferred these original recordings after feeling disillusioned with the results of their studio recordings of the same songs. NME staff member Simon Williams wrote “Slowdive have banished the barrier restricting creativity… When they really relax, Slowdive can make Cocteau Twins sound like Mudhoney”. Melody Maker awarded the EP its “Single of the Week” award.

Originally released in 1990, now available on coloured vinyl for the first time. 30th anniversary edition for RSD 2020 of their self-titled EP. Slowdive was actually the band’s original demo; the band preferred these original recordings after feeling disillusioned with the results of their studio recordings of the same songs. NME staff member Simon Williams wrote Slowdive have banished the barrier restricting creativity… When they really relax, Slowdive can make Cocteau Twins sound like Mudhoney”. Melody Maker awarded the EP its “Single of the Week” award. Featuring the songs Avalyn I and Avalyn II and the track Slowdive. This special RSD 12″ is presented on coloured (blue and green mixed) vinyl. The sleeve is finished with special deluxe alu-brush coating, it shimmers, just like the music it contains! 45rpm.

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