My Bloody Valentine ‎– Glider E.P. Remixes

Creation Records ‎– CRE 073X, Creation Records ‎– cre 073X
Vinyl, 12"

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Featuring The Andrew Weatherall Mix

Made In England

Side A, "Soon (The Andrew Weatherall Mix)", is only titled "The Andrew Weatherall Mix" on the center label.
Side B, "Glider (Full Length Version)" is only titled "Glider" on the center label.
(Correct titles taken from 2012 release "My Bloody Valentine, EPs 1988-1991".)

Issued in plain black sleeve with 1"x7" white sticker at top.

Track times not listed on the release but are timed from playback.

'The Andrew Weatherall Mix' contains extensive samples from WestBam 'Alarm Clock', which was originally released in 1989 as the B side to: WestBam - Saxophone & re-released in 1990: WestBam - Alarm Clock / Hold Me Back.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text On Sleeve Sticker): 5 017556 290736
  • Matrix / Runout (A side run out): CRE-073-X-A1 * A PORKY PRIME CUT. MAX. YOU THINK YOU'VE SEEN IT ALL BEFORE...
  • Matrix / Runout (B side run out): CRE-073-X-B1 * A PORKY PRIME CUT. MAX. ...BUT NOW YOU CAN OPEN YOU'RE OWN EYES!

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
cres cd 073 My Bloody Valentine Glider(CD, EP) Creation Records cres cd 073 UK 1990 Sell This Version
9 26313-2 My Bloody Valentine Glider(CD, EP, RP) Sire 9 26313-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
4-26313 My Bloody Valentine Glider E.P.(Cass, Maxi, Promo) Sire, Warner Bros. Records 4-26313 US 1990 Sell This Version
cre 073t My Bloody Valentine Glider E.P(12", EP) Creation Records cre 073t UK 1990 Sell This Version
9 26313-2 My Bloody Valentine Glider(CD, EP) Sire, Warner Bros. Records 9 26313-2 US 1990 Sell This Version


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December 6, 2017
not that it's a competition, and as much as I love Weatherall; full length Glider > Soon remix


March 22, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
While my personal knowledge of MBV's body of work was (and in a way remains) extremely low, the Weatherall remix version of "Soon" marked my teenage years with repeated listens and stayed forever. There is just something amazingly hysterical about this particular version - that the original, despite its own charm, cannot match.

From the strange clatter-rotating intro and cowbell-fueled groove, the song develops into a crazy combination of dub and dreamy goth, thanks to the drilling white noise and nasty guitar cut-ups (courtesy Gang Of Four). The "here we go" and "ah-huh" samples might appear a bit too funky (read: over the top) within a My Bloody Valentine context, but without them you can tell, something would be just as missing.

Inbetween, the seducing female vocal bits are sequenced into this adorable skip-and-go repetition, like sirens captured in a glass bottle, in their hazy dreamlike state - the liquid ingredient that threatens to burst but instead complements the ear with its purple lure.

Makes me dare say, I'm an MBV fanatic, due to this single track.


March 25, 2012

Fantastic Weatherall workout of the MBV classic. It seems incredible that "Soon" could get more propulsive and sinuous, but there you go. Hats off and sabres rattled to Mr. Weatherall.


February 21, 2003

Another storming classic from the balearic days up there with Leftfield's Not Forgotten, great sample from Westbam Alarm Clock, awesome.