My Bloody Valentine

My Bloody Valentine

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My Bloody Valentine used to exist as a rock band from 1985 until 1993, in which they released their last studio material.

After two further-planned studio albums were scrapped, the band went on hiatus. Mainstay and leader Kevin Shields temporarily joined Primal Scream and even collaborated and toured with Paul Weller during these years. MBV reunited for an international tour in 2007, promising remasters of their two most famous albums by the winter. The remasters materialised five years later.

However in 2013 they stunned the world by announcing a self-released brand new studio album a week prior to issue, followed by a fully reunited world tour.
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My Bloody Valentine Discography

Albums

My Bloody Valentine This Is Your Bloody Valentine (MiniAlbum) Tycoon Germany 1985 Sell This Version
SCH/SCH 102 My Bloody Valentine Man You Love To Hate - Live(Cass, Album, C30) Schuldige Scheitel SCH/SCH 102 Germany 1985 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine Ecstasy (MiniAlbum) Lazy Records UK 1987 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine Isn't Anything (Album) Creation Records, Creation Records UK 1988 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine Loveless (Album) Creation Records UK 1991 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine M B V (Album) MBV Records UK 2013 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

FEV 5 My Bloody Valentine Geek!(12", EP) Fever (3) FEV 5 UK 1985 Sell This Version
FEV 5X, fev 005x My Bloody Valentine No Place To Go(7", Single) Fever (3), Fever (3) FEV 5X, fev 005x UK 1985 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine The New Record By My Bloody Valentine Kaleidoscope Sound UK 1986 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine Strawberry Wine (Single, Maxi) Lazy Records UK 1987 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine Sunny Sundae Smile (Single) Lazy Records UK 1987 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine Feed Me With Your Kiss (EP, Single, Comp, MiniAlbum) Creation Records, Creation Records UK 1988 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine You Made Me Realise (EP, Single) Creation Records UK 1988 Sell This Version
88561-1016-1 My Bloody Valentine Soft As Snow(12", Promo) Relativity 88561-1016-1 US 1988 Sell This Version
CAT067 My Bloody Valentine / Pacific (4) My Bloody Valentine / Pacific (4) - Sugar / December, With The Day(Flexi, 7", Shape) The Catalogue CAT067 UK 1989 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine Glider (EP, Maxi, Single) Creation Records US 1990 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine Tremolo E.P. (EP, Maxi, Single) Creation Records UK 1991 Sell This Version
PRO-CD-5303 My Bloody Valentine When You Sleep(CD, Single, Promo) Sire, Warner Bros. Records PRO-CD-5303 US 1991 Sell This Version
PRO-CD 5191 My Bloody Valentine Only Shallow(CD, Single, Promo) Sire, Warner Bros. Records PRO-CD 5191 US 1991 Sell This Version
SA 3239 My Bloody Valentine My Bloody Valentine(CD, Single, Promo) Les Inrockuptibles, Creation Records SA 3239 France 1992 Sell This Version

Compilations

My Bloody Valentine Ecstasy And Wine (Comp) Lazy Records UK 1989 Sell This Version
My Bloody Valentine EP's 1988-1991 (Comp) Sony Music UK & Europe 2012 Sell This Version

Videos

8909 My Bloody Valentine Feed Me With Your Kiss(VHS, Promo, TP, NTSC) Relativity Records, Inc. 8909 US 1989 Sell This Version
Primal Scream / My Bloody Valentine / Ride Primal Scream / My Bloody Valentine / Ride - The Story Of Creation (Comp) Warner Reprise Video US 1992 Sell This Version

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leamanc

leamanc

June 30, 2013
I found this comment a little strange, until I remembered that Discogs started as a catalog of "electronic" music only. Good thing it has since expanded to all forms of music, because really, what constitutes "electronic" music? Unless a recording is analog mixed and recorded and pressed onto vinyl, there's some electronics in the process somewhere. Loveless is a good example of blurring the lines between "electronic music" and traditional rock.
jaxxalude

jaxxalude

November 30, 2003
I can listen to them already: "this is not an electronic project!". Bullshit! Electronic music must be, in my opinion, one of the most "open" music scenes there is (if not THE most). And the groundbreaking remixes Andrew Weatherall did for "Glider" were enough to warrant them a fair place in this database. But it isn't just about that. The sonic textures and atmospheres that My Bloody Valentine presented were so amazing and innovative in themselves that their influence could not be limited to the rock world alone. And proof of that is the constant name-checking of MBV by such different people as Lali Puna, Schneider TM, Laub and the a major part of the "indietronica" crowd (whatever "indietronica" really is), DJ Hell, 2 Many DJ's, Rinôcérôse and the whole Anticon posse, just to name a few. The way most of these projects work with sound and its textures show an undeniable MBV influence and that shouldn't be overlooked. My Bloody Valentine are becoming - and dare I say it - as far influential as a rock band as Velvet Underground were (and still are).

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