My Bloody Valentine ‎– Loveless

Label:
Creation Records (2) ‎– crelp 060
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Only Shallow
Music By – Kevin ShieldsWords By – Bilinda Butcher
4:17
A2 Loomer
Music By – Kevin ShieldsWords By – Bilinda Butcher
2:38
A3 Touched
Producer, Mixed By, Music By [Musik] – Colm O'Ciosoig
0:57
A4 To Here Knows When
Music By – Kevin ShieldsWords By – Bilinda Butcher, Kevin Shields
5:31
A5 When You Sleep 4:12
A6 I Only Said 5:34
B1 Come In Alone 3:58
B2 Sometimes 5:19
B3 Blown A Wish 3:36
B4 What You Want 5:33
B5 Soon 7:00

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Notes

Some copies come with two-sided 12" size sheet with info and tracklisting.
"Made in Europe 2013" (printed on the back of the cover).
Side durations as printed on labels:
23:09 (A)
25:28 (B)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4006751489145
  • Label Code: LC 6306
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): CRELP 060 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): CRELP 060 B

Other Versions (5 of 54) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
crelp 060 My Bloody Valentine Loveless(LP, Album) Creation Records crelp 060 UK 1991 Sell This Version
9 26759-2 My Bloody Valentine Loveless(CD, Album, RE) Sire, Warner Bros. Records, Creation Records 9 26759-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
88697312112 My Bloody Valentine Loveless(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Sony Music 88697312112 UK & Europe 2012 Sell This Version
creation int 148.914, int 148.914 , crelp 060 , IN My Bloody Valentine Loveless(LP, Album) Creation Records, Creation Records, Creation Records, Creation Records, Creation Records creation int 148.914, int 148.914 , crelp 060 , IN Germany 1991 Sell This Version
crelp 060 My Bloody Valentine Loveless(LP, Album, Unofficial) Creation Records (2) crelp 060 UK 2012 Sell This Version

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sushisghetto

sushisghetto

April 24, 2017
I bought this record the other day and tbh it's NOT THAT BAD to be a copy although my record skips on the last track on Side B (anybody else has that problem?)... I payed around 30$ not bad..
hundreds100

hundreds100

March 13, 2017
So despite all the comments here I thought to myself what the hell I'll pick up a copy and make my own opinion about. I bought this because I really wanted a copy of one of my favourite albums on vinyl and not pay the ridiculous price of an original. If you want to own the record on vinyl this is fine, if you want it to sound good, it is not. After listening to the record and the CD, the CD blows this thing out of the water, no competition, everything on the CD sounds perfect. The sound issues vinyl pressing, though, where do I even start. It sounds distorted as hell. On one of my favourite songs "To Here Knows When" the tambourine in the background I could hardly hear through the distortion. But in the end, I bought this because I wanted a copy of Loveless on vinyl and I have it. But having received it I am disappointed perhaps I set my hopes too high for a bootleg but at the same time I can't help but think how silly of me it was to buy an inferior sounding record just so I could say I own it. You are better off buying the CD to get the best listening experience and save yourself some money. As for wanting it on wax because you want to say you own one of your favourite albums on vinyl waiting for a repress. If you love this album as much as me you are going to know within the first few seconds of listening to it that it doesn't sound right and if you are like me it will probably be shelved in favour of the CD. If you really want in on vinyl save up and buy the original or wait till Kevin Shields does a reissue.
Nick.Vinyl

Nick.Vinyl

January 6, 2017
Well, it is a boot, and for that you know what to shoot for when buying. Price is right around $20, and the sound is nowhere near good. But it's okay. Turn up your bass (hopefully you have a subwoofer too) and crank the volume and it sounds decent. I know they are mixing a reissue right now... I check just about once a week to see if it's out yet, cannot wait. Top 10 albums of all time and if you want it right now on vinyl, might as well buy this version then wait for the new remaster to come out. If patient enough, just wait for the remaster. Should be coming 2017, but knowing Kevin Shields, one may never know. He would be a great poker player.....
WASDF

WASDF

November 30, 2016

Sounds OK if you EQ it and turn it up loud!!!
over all, it's bad, but it works.
deadboots

deadboots

February 22, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Absolutely worth ~$20 shipped. An EQ is recommended, but it's listenable without one. This pressing is indeed rather quiet.

I have a 24-bit FLAC rip of the original vinyl pressing, and there's really no perceptibly audible difference on mid-range audio equipment.
gokartmozart

gokartmozart

February 6, 2016
Different runout etching: MBVLL01-A1 and on Side 2: MBVLL01-B1. No sheet inside. Otherwise looks like I also got this one, for $25 today.
dopaminedj

dopaminedj

September 25, 2015
Just picked this up today at a local record shop for 25 bucks. There's a distinct lack of low end in this pressing and I don't have a receiver so I'm outta luck. Pretty disappointed.
sethelkins

sethelkins

August 23, 2015
This is a terrible bootleg. All of you giving this bootleg good reviews need to raise your standards.
underorbit

underorbit

July 8, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

It's the easiest way to get a copy of Loveless on vinyl, but be aware that the cover art is kinda lousy and printed on extremely flimsy cardboard, there's no guarantee of an insert, and there's noticeable gaps between tracks. Generally, the quality of this pressing is awful.

That said, I knew exactly what I was getting into when I bought it and, even though it's a crappy bootleg and far from perfect, it's a copy of Loveless on vinyl. If they ever re-release the original, I'll buy that and frame this one.
25Craig

25Craig

May 20, 2015
ok, so I'm no expert and my stereo system is what you might call lower-mid-range I guess in the 2k bracket, but to me this vinyl version is miles better than the CD, even if it is a bootleg. In fact I played both at the same time and flicked between the 2 and the difference between CD and this version is noticeable. I'm sure the original sounds better, but for £15 this bootleg more than does the job. I guess if you have a top end system you might disagree but I can only review it based on what I've got to play it on. The colours of the cover art.... yeah probably not an exact match but you gets what you pays for. It certainly doesn't look terrible, you just know it's different if you have the original.