11 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Loveless simultaneously defines the shoegaze movement and proves how intoxicating the genre can be. Two painstaking years in the making, My Bloody Valentine’s second album is a washed-out masterpiece—shaped by blurry waves of guitar noise, droning synthesizers, and the cooly detached, intertwined coo of Bilinda Butcher and Kevin Shields. Individual songs—like “When You Sleep” or “Only Shallow”—are haunting highlights, but the album reveals its true emotional potency when you absorb it from start to finish. Plug in the headphones, press play, and let Loveless carry you away.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Loveless simultaneously defines the shoegaze movement and proves how intoxicating the genre can be. Two painstaking years in the making, My Bloody Valentine’s second album is a washed-out masterpiece—shaped by blurry waves of guitar noise, droning synthesizers, and the cooly detached, intertwined coo of Bilinda Butcher and Kevin Shields. Individual songs—like “When You Sleep” or “Only Shallow”—are haunting highlights, but the album reveals its true emotional potency when you absorb it from start to finish. Plug in the headphones, press play, and let Loveless carry you away.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
503 Ratings

503 Ratings

WHITESTRIPES333 ,

Great, but people, please buy the record.

This album is 1,000 times better than anything else. It sounds 1,000 times better than that on vinyl. Thats like, 5 billion times better than anything else. I rule at math.

oh messy life ,

downside

the only downside to this album is once you listen to it, nothing else ever seems as good.

moviescptending ,

A Musical Masterpiece

Wow only three reviews, well anyone that really loves this album knows they could easily write a ten page paper solely describing the emotions invoked by this album, but I think this Camus quote pretty much sums it up,
"Truly fertile music, the only kind that will move us, that we shall truly appreciate, will be a music conducive to dream, which banishes all reason and analysis. One must not wish first to understand and then to feel. Art does not tolerate reason."

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