East Village (2) ‎– Drop Out

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Heavenly ‎– HVNLP3, Heavenly ‎– HVNLP3CD
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A1 Silver Train
Bass – Will Pepper
4:17
A2 Shipwrecked 2:33
A3 Here It Comes 4:08
A4 Freeze Out 2:58
A5 Circles 5:07
B1 When I Wake Tomorrow 4:42
B2 Way Back Home 4:22
B3 What Kind Of Friend Is This 4:16
B4 Black Autumn 4:27
B5 Everybody Knows
Vocals – Debsey*
3:23

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Labels appear to be misprinted with "HVNLP3CD" - the catalog number for the CD format.

Recorded in January 1990 with Ian Caple at The Stone Room
Mixed in January 1993 with Brian O'Shaughnessy at Bark

℗&© Heavenly 1993
Made in UK
Distributed by Revolver - APT

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5020522690317
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): HVNLP3A1 SICKNESS GONE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): HVNLP3B1 THREE SINGER SONGWRITERS AND SPENCE MPO

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HVNLP3CD East Village (2) Drop Out(CD, Album) Heavenly HVNLP3CD UK 1993 Sell This Version
EXCD 019-020, excd 019, excd 020 East Village (2) Drop Out(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + Dlx, RM, Gat) Excellent. Records, Excellent. Records, Excellent. Records EXCD 019-020, excd 019, excd 020 Japan 2006 Sell This Version
SHINE CD9 East Village (2) Drop Out(CD, Album) Summershine SHINE CD9 Australia 1993 Sell This Version
exlp 001 East Village (2) Drop Out(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Excellent. Records exlp 001 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
HVNLP3 East Village (2) Drop Out(LP, Album, RE) Heavenly HVNLP3 UK 2013 Sell This Version

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krudster

krudster

February 9, 2018
edited over 2 years ago

Adore this album. One of the great lost albums of the 90s, and it's no surprise that it changes hands for so much money. I saw them once in early 1989 supporting McCarthy and they were just brilliant. Chatted to various members after and expected them to become the next big guitar band. Always mystified me that they were completely ignored, when it was patently obvious that they were cooler and had better tunes than 99% of the other bands around at the time (those first two EPs were just perfect). After Circles/Here It Comes came out in 1990, that seemed to be that, until this turned up unannounced over three years later. There was no information about the band at all - you had to sort of piece together the story many many years later. It's nice that John Wood put out a solo album (...but only in Japan ffs!), and that the Kelly brothers went on to great success in their careers, but it's tinged with sadness about what might have been.