Anthemic 2007 Work Reissued on 180g Vinyl in Celebration of the Band's 30th Anniversary!
The celebration of Erasure's (Andy Bell and Vince Clarke) 30th anniversary continues in the fall of 2016 with the next installment of 180-gram vinyl catalog reissues which includes Other People's Songs (2003), Nightbird (2005), Union Street (2006), and Light at the End of the World (2007).
Light At The End Of The World is Erasure's thirteenth studio album and it contains some of the band's most anthemic work. Big production by Gareth Jones resulted in a kind of synth-pop grandeur that borders on techno in places, with the catchy hooks that have become synonymous with Erasure throughout their career. Originally released in 2007, the album made the UK Top 30 and spawned two Top 40 singles: "Sunday Girl" and "I Could Fall In Love With You," both soulful upbeat tracks with huge choruses. Light At The End Of The World was the third Erasure studio album not to be released on vinyl, so this special reissue is the very first time the record has been made available as an LP.
Erasure is one of the UK's most enduring award-winning songwriting duos. The BRIT and Ivor Novello winning pair have released a staggering number of albums, including 5 UK No. 1's and 17 top 10 singles (35 singles charted in the UK Top 40). Caitlin Moran of The Times exclaimed, "Let's face it – there is nothing Kraftwerk did that Erasure didn't do better, for longer, and while wearing a blue sequinned cowboy hat and chaps."