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Bestselling artists on Reactor this year: Loop

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Heaven's End

I'll never forget when I picked up a copy of this one at a weird little antique shop in Nottingham for a couple of quid at the height of my psychedelia obsession. I'd never listened to 'em before but I'd only heard good things about this trio of feedback loving psych freaks. Greeted by big, meaty space rock riffing, heady atmospheres and Stooges-esque drone rock, 'Heaven's End' got continuous spins throughout that year at Uni and remains a favourite when I'm in the mood for some trance inducing fuzz-rock. Fans of the noisier end of shoegaze, MC5, The Stooges, Suicide, Telescopes and the Mary Chain will dig all of Loop's work.
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Wolf Flow

Wolf Flow compiles the three sessions that Loop recorded for the dearly beloved John Peel between 1987 and 1990. It functions almost as a best-of compilation of the band’s work, with tracks from all their albums as well as a rare cover of Suicide’s Rocket USA. Remastered and pressed to double vinyl by Reactor, with new artwork on the sleeve.
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A Gilded Eternity

A Gilded Eternity was the third (and final in their initial lifespan) album by psychedelic sonic explorers Loop. They made a deeply textural form of white out racket that had a mantra-ish, transcendental quality, deeply hypnotic sounds that, according to Phil's review below these lines, could 'blow your face off'. 2CD set on Reactor and we could do with some vinyl to go with that thanks.    
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Fade Out

Along with Spacemen 3, Loop were the main protagonists of the '80s drone/psychedelic sound. Fade Out was their second full length album which honed their particularly fiery brand of psychedelic sludge taking in influences from the likes of Can and Suicide. It was a disconcerting brew which attacked the senses and made you wonder why they weren't quite as acclaimed as several other bands from the era we could mention. 
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The World In Your Eyes

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Drop Down To Earth

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