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This Mortal CoilIt'll End In Tears

Label:4AD – CAD 411
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Avantgarde, Ethereal, Ambient, Dream Pop

Tracklist

A1Kangaroo
Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer [DX7]Simon Raymonde
CelloMartin McGarrick*
VocalsGordon Sharp
Written-ByAlex Chilton
3:31
A2Song To The Siren
GuitarRobin Guthrie
VocalsElizabeth Fraser
Written-ByTim Buckley
3:30
A3Holocaust
CelloMartin McGarrick*
PianoSteven Young
Violin, ViolaGini Ball
VocalsHoward Devoto
Written-ByAlex Chilton
3:38
A4Fyt
OrganMark Cox
SynthesizerMartyn Young
Written-ByT.M.C.*
4:24
A5Fond Affections
Guitar, Bass, SynthesizerMartyn Young
Synthesizer [DX7]Mark Cox
VocalsGordon Sharp
Written-ByRema-Rema
3:51
A6The Last Ray
Electric Guitar [6 And 12-string Electric Guitars], E-Bow, Acoustic GuitarRobin Guthrie
Written ByIvo, S. Raymonde, R. Guthrie
Written-ByIvo*, R. Guthrie*, S. Raymonde*
4:08
B1Another Day
Cello, Arranged By [String Arrangement]Martin McGarrick*
Violin, ViolaGini Ball
VocalsElizabeth Fraser
Written-ByRoy Harper
2:54
B2Waves Become Wings
Accordion, VocalsLisa Gerrard
Written-ByLisa Gerrard
4:26
B3Barramundi
Accordion [Looped Accordion]Lisa Gerrard
Guitar [Guitars], Synthesizer [DX7]Simon Raymonde
Written-ByS. Raymonde*
3:56
B4Dreams Made Flesh
Drone [Bass Drone], DrumBrendan Perry
Written-ByLisa Gerrard
Yang T'Chin, VocalsLisa Gerrard
3:48
B5Not Me
VocalsRobbie Grey
Written-ByColin Newman
3:44
B6A Single Wish
PianoSteven Young
Synthesizer [DX7], Effects [Gizmo]Simon Raymonde
VocalsGordon Sharp
Written ByS. Raymonde, S. Young, G. Sharp
Written-ByG. Sharp*, S. Raymonde*, S. Young*
2:27
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Credits

  • Co-producer, EngineerJohn Fryer
  • Concept By [Conceived By], ProducerIvo*
  • Loops [All Additional Loops], Instruments [All Additional Instruments], Performer [All Additional Incidentals]Ivo*, John Fryer
  • Sleeve [Sleeves By]23 Envelope

Notes

A1) Black Neon Music
A2) Carlin Music
A3) Black Neon Music
A4) Copyright Control
A5) Beggars Banquet Music
A6) Beggars Banquet Music
B1) Warner Bros. Music
B2) Copyright Control
B3) Beggars Banquet Music
B4) Copyright Control
B5) Copyright Control
B6) Midnight Music/Copyright Control/Beggars Banquet Music

Recorded at Blackwing Studios, London

Sleeves (for ivo and for lucy)

Includes a printed inner sleeve or 24" x 12" insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): CAD 411 A¹ TOWNHOUSE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): CAD 411 B¹ HEAVENS JUST A MEMORY AWAY MPO

Other Versions (5 of 66)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
It'll End In Tears (Cassette, Album)VertigoVOG4-1-3349Canada1984
It'll End In Tears (LP, Album)Vertigo, 4ADVOG-1-3349Canada1984
It'll End In Tears (Cassette, Album, Clear)4ADCADC411UK1984
It'll End In Tears (LP, Album)4AD, 4AD, Virgin206 692, 206 692-620Europe1984
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It'll End In Tears (LP, Album)4ADVPL1 6699Australia & New Zealand1984

Reviews

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cyrild168
I reckon there hasn't been a month gone by that I haven't listened to this album.. and I bought it the week it was released back in the mid 80's.! If there was a 'Desert Island Discs' for albums this would be the one I saved... amazing album.
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joerg.beyer
How can I distiguish the UK version from the Italy version --- both are CAD 411?
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Dronemf11
This album is boring as hell. I listened again this shit for more than 10 times on LP, and is bad, verry verrrrry bad , maybe the worst album of the 80's.
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Cadmium_Red
Just picked up the vinyl remaster edition today and am listening to it now. The vinyl is super quiet and not a pop or click on side one. Side two has a few minor, but that could be static electricity (It IS winter!). The mastering sounds good. Vocals are less shrill and a bit earthier than the original UK CD. Overall, less highs and more mids gives it a slightly warmer sound. Instrumentals have a tighter sound and seems less gauzy, which may not be entirely a good thing given the subject matter. I am able to pick out a few instruments I never noticed before.
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djkiss72
A classic timeless piece of a record.. .. .. .