Doves ‎– The Last Broadcast

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Heavenly ‎– 7748263, Heavenly ‎– 7753114
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Orange
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A1 Intro
Keyboards, Glockenspiel – Martin Rebelski
A2 Words
Violin – Rosie LowdellVoice [Megaphone] – Brian Madden
A3 There Goes The Fear
Percussion – Billy Booth, Chris Davies, Marc Starr, Richard Sliwa
B1 M62 Song
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
B2 Where We're Calling From
B3 N.Y.
Cello – Ian BrackenKeyboards, Glockenspiel – Martin RebelskiViola – Rob Shepley*Violin – Celia Goodwin, Paulette Bailey*
C1 Satellites
Backing Vocals – Barrington Stewart, Fyza, Joanne Watson, Lisa SaddooKeyboards, Glockenspiel – Martin RebelskiProducer – Steve OsborneTambourine – Jay Rofe
C2 Friday's Dust
Arranged By [Brass, Woodwind] – Andy Robinson (2)Arranged By [Strings, Brass, Woodwind] – Sean O'HaganArranged By [Strings] – Marcus HoldawayCello – Marcus HoldawayClarinet – Duncan AshbySaxophone [Tenor], Flute – Colin CrawleyTrombone – Andy Robinson (2), Marc Bassey*Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Steve WatermanViolin – Jackie Norrie*, Sally HerbertViolin, Viola – Brian Wright
C3 Pounding
D1 Last Broadcast
D2 The Sulphur Man
Arranged By [Brass, Woodwind] – Andy Robinson (2)Arranged By [Strings, Brass, Woodwind] – Sean O'HaganArranged By [Strings] – Marcus HoldawayCello – Marcus HoldawayKeyboards, Glockenspiel – Martin RebelskiSaxophone [Tenor], Flute – Colin CrawleyTrombone – Andy Robinson (2), Marc Bassey*Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Steve WatermanViolin – Jackie Norrie*, Sally HerbertViolin, Viola – Brian Wright
D3 Caught By The River
Co-producer – Doves, Steve Osborne

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2019 reissue, 180gr coloured vinyl, lyric sheet but no gatefold sleeve.

"M62 Song" is an adaptation of "Moonchild" by King Crimson.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 602577482632
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A: stamped): 188180E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A: stamped): 7753114-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B: stamped): 188180E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C: stamped): 188180E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C: stamped): 7753118-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D: stamped): 188180E4/A

Other Versions (5 of 29) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HVNLP35CD, 8122322 Doves The Last Broadcast(CD, Album) Heavenly, Heavenly HVNLP35CD, 8122322 UK & Europe 2002 Sell This Version
CDP 7243 8 12232 2 2 Doves The Last Broadcast(CD, Album) Capitol Records CDP 7243 8 12232 2 2 US 2002 Sell This Version
HVNLP35CD Doves The Last Broadcast(CD, Album) Heavenly HVNLP35CD Thailand 2002 Sell This Version
DPRO 2261 Doves The Last Broadcast(CD, Album, Promo, S/Edition) Heavenly, EMI Music Canada DPRO 2261 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
none Doves The Last Broadcast - Instrumentals(CDr, Album, Promo) Heavenly, Virgin none UK 2010 Sell This Version

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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.
Mather

Mather

June 19, 2019
edited 3 months 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 Lost Souls 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.
8bitBarry

8bitBarry

June 5, 2019
The Last Broadcast is an incredible piece of musicianship, an anthem of uplifting work by a three piece band whose songs appear immersed in a backdrop of soul revealing stereophonics. So glad I bought these wonderful repressings of my favourite indie albums of all time. They are all great quality and I recommend you get them.
jarsu

jarsu

May 31, 2019
edited 3 months ago

How limit are these ? anyone know ? or quality ?