My Bloody Valentine ‎– Glider

Creation Records ‎– cres cd 073

Tracklisting Masquer Crédits

1 Soon 7:00
2 Glider 3:10
3 Don't Ask Why 4:03
4 Off Your Face
Written-By – Butcher*

Sociétés, etc.



Issued in a slip-card sleeve.

Some copies have a large 'removable' barcode sticker with the catalogue number on the rear sleeve.

Track durations not stated on this release.

All songs unpublished
Copyright Control
Made in France

Distributed by the Cartel
A Creation Records Production
℗ & © 1990 Creation Records
Made in England

Code barre et autres identifiants

  • Barcode: 5 017556 700730
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored inner ring): CRES CD 073 MPO 01 @

Autres versions (5 de 10) Voir tous

Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
9 26313-2 My Bloody Valentine Glider(CD, EP, RP) Sire 9 26313-2 US Unknown Vendre cette version
4-26313 My Bloody Valentine Glider E.P.(Cass, Maxi, Promo) Sire, Warner Bros. Records 4-26313 US 1990 Vendre cette version
cre 073t My Bloody Valentine Glider E.P(12", EP) Creation Records cre 073t UK 1990 Vendre cette version
9 26313-2 My Bloody Valentine Glider(CD, EP) Sire 9 26313-2 US 1990 Vendre cette version
CRE 073X My Bloody Valentine Soon (Andy Weatherall Mix)(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Creation Records CRE 073X UK 1990 Vendre cette version


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21 juillet 2014
MBV-lovers listen up, yo! A cheap way of getting a hold of the fantastic "Soon" remix by Andrew Weatherall is to buy the overall great "Rave On"-compilation:


11 novembre 2011
shartvig, I also own this release. I bought it about a month ago and figured I would find it listed on here and was surprised that I did not. Mine was not sealed, but has barely and wear so it is hard to say when it actually came out


18 octobre 2003

The 'Glider EP' represents one of the key releases of a significant 'cross-over' mo(ve)ment between the guitar-driven indie fraternity and the synth-led house/dance set during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Other artists of this cross-over genre/period include Jesus Jones, The Shamen, Soup Dragons, Stone Roses, etc. However, they all came from different musical directions/traditions to this juncture, with MBV being more 'hardcore' indie and less commercial than some of the others. Being a bit of an indie kid at the time I remember the stir this release caused in the likes of the NME et al.

By far the strongest track - and the most obviously electronic and most danceable - is 'Soon' which has a funky repetitive baseline over which whispery groaning vocals are laid. It would provide the sound basis for an even more funky remix I'm sure.

The remaining 3 tracks lean more to the indie side of things. 'Glider' and 'Don't Ask Why' are really spaced-out trip affairs, whilst 'Off Your Face' is slightly more upbeat.