Lush Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Dreamy indie pop star lovelies Lush may have recently reunited, but why not listen to some live Lush from back in the day? They'd just gone and made Spooky with the help of a certain producer and ex-Cocteau Twin, and soon after put their shoegaze into full effect at Lollapalooza. Just seemed like the right thing to do. Listen to it on this circle slab.
A full two decades down the line, brand new music from Lush appears! What a time to be alive. After such a time apart, it is impressive to hear how smoothly the members of the band slip back into their roles: the 4 tracks of Blind Spot are immediately recognisable from the lyrics, the melodies, and the production. On Edamame.
Ciao: The Best Of Lush documents the greatest moments from the indie-pop-shoegazers career in reverse chronological order. Tracks are taken from their three full albums: Spooky (1992), Split (1994) and Lovelife (1996) and their debut mini-album, Scar (1989). Originally released on CD in 2001, this is the first ever vinyl pressing. Ciao: The Best of Lush was pressed on red vinyl and presented in a gatefold sleeve. It's now on black vinyl and presented in the same lovely sleeve.
- Vinyl Double LP (CAD2K22)
Thank God you didn't rush out to buy Lush's recent 'Chorus' CD box set thinking that there was little chance of a vinyl edition because, strangely, only a few months after the previous box set there is a new box set, this time on vinyl. There is no doubt that it will be well presented (each record is on a different coloured vinyl) and at least half the music will be decent shoegaze but...phew.... these Lush people are really making you dig deep this year. Contains all five of their albums including first time on vinyl for their B sides collection 'Topolino'.
Ahead of next year’s reunion concerts, here is everything that Lush ever recorded, neatly gathered together into a surprisingly affordable set. So that’s all 3 of their studio albums, singles compilations, and an exciting bundle of rarities, remixes and previously unreleased demos. Chorus is 5CD set on 4AD.