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Verve*A Storm In Heaven

Label:Hut Recordings – CD HUT 10, Hut Recordings – 01704 6 5003 2 6
Format:
CD, Album
Country:UK & Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock

Tracklist

1Star Sail
Backing VocalsSimon Jones
PercussionPeter Salisbury
3:59
2Slide Away4:03
3Already There
HornsKick Horns*
PercussionRichard Ashcroft
5:39
4Beautiful Mind
PercussionRichard Ashcroft
PianoNick McCabe
5:28
5The Sun, The Sea
HornsKick Horns*
PercussionRichard Ashcroft
5:16
6Virtual World
Flute [Chorus]Yvette Lacey
Soloist, FluteSimon Clarke (2)
6:20
7Make It 'Til Monday
KeyboardsNick McCabe
3:05
8Blue
PercussionRichard Ashcroft
3:25
9Butterfly6:40
10See You In The Next One (Have A Good Time)
GuitarRichard Ashcroft
Piano, AccordionNick McCabe
3:08
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Notes

Recorded at The Sawmills Studio, Cornwall.
Published by Virgin Music Publishers Ltd.

℗ & © 1993 VC Records Ltd T/A Hut Recordings.

Booklet:
Distributed by RTM/Pinnacle.
Made in England.

Disc:
Made in UK.

For a repressed CD version with SID code see here

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 17046 50032 6
  • Matrix / Runout: 465003 @ 1:5:6
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 3098

Other Versions (5 of 31)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
A Storm In Heaven (LP, Album, Limited Edition)Hut RecordingsHUTLP 10UK1993
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A Storm In Heaven (Cassette, Album)Hut Recordings, Hut RecordingsHUTMC 10, 01704 6 5003 4 0UK1993
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A Storm In Heaven (CD, Album)Hut Recordings01704 65003 2 6Italy1993
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A Storm In Heaven (LP, Album, White Label, Test Pressing, Promo)Hut RecordingsHUTLP10UK1993
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A Storm In Heaven (Cassette, Album, Promo, Chrome, Dolby HX Pro)Vernon Yard RecordingsnoneUS1993

Reviews

osunite
By far the best Verve album, it defeats me why there are no previous reviews to the this 19 year old masterpiece. The acoustic soul and utmost self indulged pleasure from a then up and coming band is never so more apparent and that bleeds from very nook n crannie of every single bleated cry from Mr Ashcroft's drugged up soul destroying contempt. He is the pointing to every slab of spaced out rock that never fails to surprise me and that is missing from the likes of Northern Soul and the overated Urban Hyms and so on. my no.1 album from that classic early 90's indie era.