The Sisters Of Mercy - The Reptile House E.P. album flac
Title: The Reptile House E.P.
Style: Goth Rock
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The Sisters Of Mercy. Авторы текста и музыки.
Some Girls Wander by Mistake is a compilation album by English band the Sisters of Mercy, released on their own label Merciful Release, distributed by Eastwest/Warner Music UK, on 27 April 1992.
Band Name The Sisters Of Mercy. Album Name The Reptile House . Type EP. Data de aparición 1983. Labels Self Produced. Estilo MusicalGothic Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum3. 6. Kiss The Carpet (Reprise). The Sisters Of Mercy. Saber más. Other productions from The Sisters Of Mercy. The Triple Album Collection. Data de lançamento 1983. Estilo de MúsicaGothic Rock. Membros têm este álbum3.
More albums from The Sisters of Mercy. Floodland Collection.
However, The Reptile House was the reason the Sisters were able to play their first gigs on the continent. At these concerts they introduced a song that is now considered a true classic: Temple of Love (B-side: Heartland/Gimme Shelter ) was released in October 1983 and is the song that led to the Sisters‘ breakthrough: Full of energy and drive, an inferno descends upon the listener after the long guitar intro. And to announce that a band called The Sisters of Mercy had recorded a new album and would go on tour in autumn. They were Andrew Eldritch, Tony James (formerly Sigue Sigue Sputnik) and Andreas Bruhn. It was a sensation, and details about the album and the oncoming tour were given at the press conference during the Bizarre festival.
The Reptile House . is the second independent EP by the Sisters of Mercy, released on 12" vinyl in May 1983 on the band's own label, Merciful Release. The EP was never released as a stand-alone CD, but was included on the Some Girls Wander by Mistake collection. The EP was the band's second release in the US, issued by Brain Eater Records (of Island Park, New York) on 10 July 1983. Brain Eater had previously issued the band's "Alice" EP earlier that year. Andrew Eldritch (1983/92): I thought 'The Reptile House' was our finest hour yet because it was the most serious record we ever made, but it was also the most perverse. Everything about that record is perverse. It's really slow, it's really long, and I just love the way all the lead lines are hidden in the mix, involved in all the effects, completely submerged, you really have to fight with that record.
After Alice, The Sisters of Mercy's second E. .Label: Merciful Release. Format: vinyl single, 12" only. UK release: 16 May 1983. UK/France release (repress): June 1983. Braineater Records release for US-market: 10 July 1983. Dutch Re-issue: 1989. The first 5,000 initial copies included a lyric sheet.