Locust ‎– Morning Light

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Tracklist

Your Selfish Ways 3:08
Morning Light 1:25
Just Like You 4:23
I Am The Murderer 3:45
Jukebox Heart 6:00
Folie 4:52
One Way Or Another 4:05
No-one In The World 6:38
Clouds At My Feet 1:33
Summer Rain 4:00
Ancient Hometown 1:03
The Girl With The Fairytale Dream 4:57
Let Me Take You Back 1:03
Some Love Will Remain Unsaid 4:42
Shadow Play 2:01
On The Horizon 4:54

Versions (11)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AMB 7942 CD Locust Morning Light(CD, Album) Apollo AMB 7942 CD Belgium 1997 Sell This Version
SUB 4847.2 Locust Morning Light(CD, Album) Distance SUB 4847.2 France 1997 Sell This Version
SRCS 8313 Locust Morning Light(CD, Album) Sony Music Entertainment SRCS 8313 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
AMB 7942 CD, RTD119.3165.2 Locust Morning Light(CD, Album) Apollo, Rough Trade AMB 7942 CD, RTD119.3165.2 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
AMB 7942 CD X Locust Morning Light(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig) Apollo AMB 7942 CD X Austria 1997 Sell This Version
31026-2P Locust Morning Light(CD, Album, Promo) Sire 31026-2P US 1997 Sell This Version
AMB 7942 CD PROMO Locust Morning Light(CD, Album, Promo) Apollo AMB 7942 CD PROMO Belgium 1997 Sell This Version
31026-2 Locust Morning Light(CD, Album) Sire 31026-2 US 1998 Sell This Version
AMB 8952 CD Locust Morning Light(CD, Album, RM) Apollo AMB 8952 CD Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
AMB 8952 CD PROMO Locust Morning Light(CD, Album, RM, Promo) Apollo AMB 8952 CD PROMO Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
MR-057 Locust Morning Light(2xLP, Ltd, RE) Medical Records LLC MR-057 USA & Canada 2016 Sell This Version

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Livysound

Livysound

May 5, 2016
referencing Morning Light, 2xLP, Ltd, RE, MR-057
A truly incredible album from Sir Mark Van Hoen and so good to have it on vinyl after all the years.
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 12, 2009
referencing Morning Light, CD, Album, 31026-2

I’ve heard Locust’s _Morning Light_ described as IDM meets 4AD, and that’s pretty much as accurate as it gets. The cut-up guitars, strings and female vocals of "All Your Own Way" suggest a dreamy etherealism grounded by the rhythm, while "One Way or Another" hints at Van Hoen’s work with Mojave 3. The modulated guitar strums on "Just Like You" shows that dreaminess can work with male vocals as well. "Summer Rain" is a poppy paean to that warmest of seasons, while "The Girl with the Fairytale Dream" is as hypnotic as the title suggests (same with the gorgeous interlude, "Let Me Take you Back"). But two tracks especially take the cake: “Your Selfish Ways” blows up the album first, a blistering anti-love song that merges the music with lyrics seamlessly. Then, the reworked “No-one in the World,” with its new horn line, comes in to show that Van Hoen has had the talent all along, and it’s continued throughout his career.