Lush

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Lush - Hypocrtie Hypocrtie
Pop Used - 12 BAD 4008 4AD
1994 UK 4 Track 12 Incher.... more details
 
Lush - Gala Gala
Pop Used - LP CAD 0017 4AD
Mint 1990 UK Vinyl With Double Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Lush - Scar Scar
Pop Used - LP JAD 911 4AD
1989 Six-Track Original, Small COH. Appears Unplayed. “Lush Often Sounded Like A More Pop-Based Cocteau Twins, With Hints Of My Bloody Valentine's Noise Sheets. A Gushing, Twin-Guitar Overdrive With Forward Surges Serves The Shapely Melodies; Guitarists Miki Berenyi And Emma Anderson, Who Write The Band's Songs Separately, Add Distinctive Harmonies To Every Number. (Mad Love Was Produced By The Cocteaus' Robin Guthrie, Which Furthers Lush's Comparisons To That Band.) Bowing With The Six-Song Scar, This Winsome Young London Noise-Pop Quartet Combines Guitarist Miki Berenyi's Wispy Voice With Wanton Semi-Freakout Playing. Although Some Songs Are Not As Tuneful As They Might Be (Lush Stood Well Left Of The Primitives), Memorable Items Like The Thick "Scarlet" And The Float-Away "Etheriel" — Both Co-Written By Berenyi And Guitarist Emma Anderson — Arrange The Band's Basic Components With Naîve Ingenuity.” – Trouserpress.Com... more details
 
Lush - Split Split
Pop New - LP 45578 4AD / Reprise
Sealed 1994 Original. “Entire Albums Spent Exploring The Depths Of The Various Nasty Things Surrounding Romantic Relationships Were Nothing New By The Mid-'90s, But The Vaguely Cinematic And Slightly Conceptual Split Is Something More. Perhaps It's The Manner In Which Each Distinctive Song Manages To Melt Into The Next. Or Maybe It's The Across-The-Board Improvements Over Spooky. Most Knew They Were Capable Of More After The Decent But Flawed Record, But It's Doubtful Many Could Have Predicted Something This Thoroughly Wonderful And Varied. Throughout, Lush Sounds Confident And Downright Muscular, As Opposed To The Feathery Wisps Of Earlier Material. It's An Ardent Roller Coaster Ride, Centered Around The Lengthy Mourners "Desire Lines" (Oddly A Single) And "Never-Never," Which Clock In At Eight Minutes Apiece. Berenyi Effectively Conveys The Resigned And Soul-Deadened Nature Of The Lyrics. "Blackout" And "Hypocrite" Prove The Band's Ability To Be More Assaultive, Laying The Foundation For Their Sound On Lovelife. Through Breezy Pop ("Lit Up"), Brief Shards Of Electrocuting Dread ("Invisible Man"), And Tales Of Obsessive Voyeurism ("Starlust"), Split Touches On Most Forms Of Emotional Turbulence. Not Necessarily A Comeback But Certainly A Legitimizing Stunner, The Record Prevented The Band From Being Lost Amidst The Bunker Of Form-Over-Function Dream Pop Bands. Split Shattered Every Negative Aspect Of Those Failed Acts With Flying Colors. A Fantastic Record Within Any Realm.” Andy Kellman, AMG. Bottom Two Corners Of Jacket Are Slightly Wavy Under The Shrink.... more details
 
Lush - Split Split
Pop Used - LP 45578 4AD
Beautiful 1994 Original With Shrink Still Intact. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Includes Custom Insert. “Entire Albums Spent Exploring The Depths Of The Various Nasty Things Surrounding Romantic Relationships Were Nothing New By The Mid-'90s, But The Vaguely Cinematic And Slightly Conceptual Split Is Something More. Perhaps It's The Manner In Which Each Distinctive Song Manages To Melt Into The Next. Or Maybe It's The Across-The-Board Improvements Over Spooky. Most Knew They Were Capable Of More After The Decent But Flawed Record, But It's Doubtful Many Could Have Predicted Something This Thoroughly Wonderful And Varied. Throughout, Lush Sounds Confident And Downright Muscular, As Opposed To The Feathery Wisps Of Earlier Material. It's An Ardent Roller Coaster Ride, Centered Around The Lengthy Mourners "Desire Lines" (Oddly A Single) And "Never-Never," Which Clock In At Eight Minutes Apiece. Berenyi Effectively Conveys The Resigned And Soul-Deadened Nature Of The Lyrics. "Blackout" And "Hypocrite" Prove The Band's Ability To Be More Assaultive, Laying The Foundation For Their Sound On Lovelife. Through Breezy Pop ("Lit Up"), Brief Shards Of Electrocuting Dread ("Invisible Man"), And Tales Of Obsessive Voyeurism ("Starlust"), Split Touches On Most Forms Of Emotional Turbulence. Not Necessarily A Comeback But Certainly A Legitimizing Stunner, The Record Prevented The Band From Being Lost Amidst The Bunker Of Form-Over-Function Dream Pop Bands. Split Shattered Every Negative Aspect Of Those Failed Acts With Flying Colors. A Fantastic Record Within Any Realm.” Andy Kellman, AMG.... more details
 

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