Mastered for Vinyl by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio / Also Available on Numbered Limited Edition 200g Vinyl
Two years after the demise of Bauhaus in 1983, former members Daniel Ash, David J and Kevin Haskins came together to form Love and Rockets. The band immediately developed a cult-like following in the late 1980s, deviating from Bauhaus' signature gothic sound and experimenting with pop and psychedelics.
Love and Rockets' 1989 self-titled effort and fourth overall was by far the most commercially successful record of their career and embraced a stronger rock sound than previous releases. Most notably, Love and Rockets features "So Alive," the T-Rex inspired single that jumped to top of the charts in 1989 and divided fans with its newfound accessibility.
Mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio with faithful, updated rendering of the original art printed at Stoughton Printing. Limited foil-numbered editions of 1,500 x 200g vinyl LPs and 1,500 x colored vinyl LPs manufactured for pristine sound at Quality Record Pressings are available. Comes in Japanese-style resealable poly bag.