Doves ‎– Lost Souls

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Heavenly ‎– 7748262
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A1 Firesuite
Piano, Organ [Rhodes] – Richard Wheatley
A2 Here It Comes
Piano – Martin Rebelski
A3 Break Me Gently
Piano, Organ [Rhodes] – Richard Wheatley
B4 Sea Song
Piano, Organ [Rhodes] – Richard Wheatley
B5 Rise
Harmonica – Stuart Warburton
B6 Lost Souls
C7 Melody Calls
C8 Catch The Sun
Mixed By [Assistant] – Bruno EllinghamProducer, Mixed By – Steve Osborne
C9 The Man Who Told Everything
D10 The Cedar Room
D11 Reprise
D12 A House

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This album is for Robert Leo Gretton
℗ 2000 Virgin Records Ltd.
© 2019 Virgin Records Ltd.
made in e.u.

Comes with a The Sound Of Vinyl download coupon.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 602577482625
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Runout): 188280E1/A 7753104-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Runout): 188280E2/A 7753104-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Stamped Runout): 188280E3/A 7753105-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Stamped Runout): 188280E4/A 7753105-B
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM

Other Versions (5 of 15) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HVNLP26CD, 5253192, 7243 5 25319 2 9 Doves Lost Souls(CD, Album) Heavenly, Heavenly, Heavenly HVNLP26CD, 5253192, 7243 5 25319 2 9 UK & Europe 2000 Sell This Version
ASW50248 Doves Lost Souls(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num) Astralwerks ASW50248 US 2000 Sell This Version
HVNLP26CD, 5253192 Doves Lost Souls(CD, Album) Heavenly, Heavenly HVNLP26CD, 5253192 UK 2000 Sell This Version
ASW50248 Doves Lost Souls(CD, Album) Astralwerks ASW50248 US 2000 Sell This Version
HVNLP26 Doves Lost Souls(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Heavenly HVNLP26 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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muraks

muraks

December 28, 2020
edited 24 days ago

My copy sounds amazing, the acoustic guitar on 'Break Me Gently' - with the covered mic vocals - the piano decay on 'Sea Song', the beginning sequence of 'The Cedar Room', I could go on and on, but this is a HUGE upgrade from listening to it on redbook CD. I'm not sure how the first press sounds since I don't own it, but if you can grab one of these copies for a fraction of the cost, I would highly recommend it. I wish I had gotten the other albums when they got repressed and will now look for them for a reasonable price.
thesoundofplastic

thesoundofplastic

August 23, 2020
I don't understand how people think this sounds great. This is one of the worst reissues I've ever encountered. They released the crap out of hell. this sound like someone wrapped the mic with a thin PVC wrapper while recording. If my memories serve right, the album itself wasn't particularly recorded that great. But I didn't expect this crap
I used to listened this album with an earphone on MD which I made from CD. no dynamics flat boring sound you can ever imagine. save your money and listen on youtube
gangreeen

gangreeen

May 27, 2020
edited 7 months ago

This is easily one of the best sounding records in my collection- its big, clean, and crystal clear. Virtually inaudible surface noise, and no pops. Small downsides: there is no gatefold, and the lyric sheet only covers about half the songs on the album. Still, this is a great purchase, and its surely the most affordable means to listen to this album in such great quality.
Walshey

Walshey

February 16, 2020

This is a lovely reissue. The sound is amazing and as mentioned in other reviews, there isn't one single pop or crackle. I have 'Last Broadcast' too but this is the definitely the main course when it comes to Doves.
krudster

krudster

January 8, 2020
Anyone here (without an agenda to preserve the value of their original) that owns both the original and the repress that can comment on the sound between the two? I have so often rushed to buy fresh new reissues only to be disappointed, but it's not always the case (see Bowie reissues, which now and then do sound better than the first presses, but not always). I own an original, btw.
david_carter1969

david_carter1969

September 3, 2019
edited about 1 year ago

Yes the lack of gatefold sleeve is disappointing , especially at this price point. The most important aspect however is how it sounds and this sounds flawless. I have the original CD which I thought sounded pretty decent but this blows it out of the water, incredible depth and clarity and not one crackle. Sorely tempted to pick up the next two albums even though I promised myself I wouldnt. Mine is numbered 7676 so looks more like 10000 were pressed.
desaab

desaab

July 26, 2019
Hi, does Someone knows how many were pressed? Mine 1301. Thanks
jtm1967

jtm1967

June 30, 2019

These slapped together reissues are taaarash!
Typical garbage GZVINYL press, no cutting engineer used to cut the disc, no gatefold sleeve. This deserved better. Universal does it again with a sick cash grab. Such a shame. Pay for the older pressings. They blow this crap away.
Chrome_Era

Chrome_Era

June 21, 2019
edited about 1 year ago

Flawless pressings for both of the 2xLP and GREAT sound / no noise. I'm tempted to get all of these Doves reissues, but this one is the crown jewel as far I'm concerned. Yes, lack of a gatefold sucks and a little on the pricey side, but they did take great care with this reissue.
Mather

Mather

June 19, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
Beautiful pressing EXCEPT I've got some intermittent right channel pops/crackle during the last 30 seconds of Side A & B. And I've got the same issue on The Last Broadcast and Some Cities except Some Cities it's on side C & D. Frustrating since the other discs in all three cases are perfect. And the dynamics on these pressings are unreal. GZ Media strikes again. Brutal.