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My Bloody ValentineEcstasy And Wine

Label:Lazy Records – LAZY 12
Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock


A1Strawberry Wine2:33
A2Never Say Goodbye2:32
A3Can I Touch You3:15
A4She Loves You No Less2:34
A5The Things I Miss2:56
B1I Don't Need You3:08
B2(You're) Safe In Your Sleep (From This Girl)2:31
ViolinNick Brown (2)
B4You've Got Nothing3:41
B5(Please) Lose Yourself In Me3:26

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Official issue printed on rough finish picture sleeve and with hand-etched runouts.

Made In England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016557 701210
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): LAZY 12 A¹ NS MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): LAZY 12 B¹ MPO

Other Versions (5 of 7)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Ecstasy And Wine (CD, Compilation)Lazy RecordsLAZY 12 CDUK1989
New Submission
Ecstasy And Wine (LP, Compilation, Reissue, Unofficial Release)Lazy Records (3)LAZY 12Europe2011
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Ecstasy And Wine (CDr, Compilation, Reissue, Unofficial Release)Star Line (7)SL1805Russia2020
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Ecstasy And Wine (CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release)Lazy Records (3)LAZY 12 CDUnknown
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Ecstasy And Wine (LP, Compilation, Reissue, Unofficial Release)Lazy Records (3)LAZY 12UKUnknown


  • krudster's avatar
    TBH, if there are glossy cover versions with an RTD sticker on them, that does strongly suggest that there were indeed two originals: one matte, one glossy.
    • Talkinfun's avatar
      After comparing the wave forms of Strawberry Wine on this compilation (on vinyl) and the original single of Strawberry Wine (also vinyl) the differences are very hard to discern aurally or visually. Kevin Shields has said that when Lazy put out this compilation (without his permission or knowledge) they used the wrong mix of Strawberry Wine. The two versions are so close that if they are different versions, they were mixed within a few minutes of each other. Any differences between the two versions of Strawberry Wine most likely comes down to the mastering as they are so similar. So don't expect any revelations if you shell out a bunch of money for the Strawberry Wine single. But of course it worth buying just as for its own sake as a collectible object, to me anyways.
      • transistor11's avatar
        Edited one year ago
        mine has the same runout marks but the cover colours are more like this one -
        • krudster's avatar
          It's a real mystery to me why this album gets basically ignored in the mbv canon. Firstly there are some fantastic songs in there, and secondly, it works perfectly as an album. I know the original 'vision' was for a mini LP and 12", but come on, these are the same sessions, probably written and recorded at the exact same time. It's clearly an album. Kevin and the Lazy Records crew had a falling out over that idea, and now it has forever been disowned by him. But surely the fans can see through that, and see this as the band's 'proper' debut. It kind of irritates me a little that Isn't Anything is called the debut, when it's arguably the band's 3rd stab at it (though the 84 'album' really bears no resemblance to what came later, both in sound and personnel). It's high time this era (and the EPs that came just prior) are given more attention. They're an essential part of a fascinating story.
          • decca-ffs's avatar
            Total treblefest - by far the brightest sounding LP I've ever owned. I remember a mate in the '90s lending me a tape copy he'd made from vinyl, I assumed somebody had got the bias wrong or there was some other cock-up with the recording. Nope. Instant tinnitus. I mostly use it for assessing hi-fi.
            • greyelephant's avatar
              mine has these exact runout marks but a glossy cover , is this a different edition?
              • cristianHa's avatar
                Edited 7 years ago
                Ecstasy Mini LP and Strawberry wine EP sound better than this. This compilation was released without the band's consent and the sound quality is inferior. Try to buy both records individually and you will better enjoy the beautiful washes of sound.
                • stuffedspacedog's avatar
                  Heard the original Strawberry Wine in Manchester in 1987, it was my first introduction to MBV, heard the bootlegs, same thing.
                  • CogInWheel's avatar
                    I have both versions of Strawberry Wine and they sound the same to me. What makes you think this is a different version?
                    • y-1's avatar
                      Edited 16 years ago
                      This album (which is actually a compilation of two EPs) is every bit as good as My Bloody Valentine's later and better known work on Creation Records. And it's in this period My Bloody Valentine made their biggest steps onto new musical territory - influencing the first generation of shoegazer bands which started to release records in 1989. Of course MBV went on to refine their sound, but if you think shoegazer music is not only about bliss but also about noise, then you're very well served with Ecstacy and Wine. The best song on the album and the ultimate MBV song in my book is the haunting (Please) Lose Yourself In Me.