Published May 01, 2012Earlier this spring, shoegaze heroes My Bloody Valentine announced plans to reissue and remaster their seminal 1991 album Loveless. Now, the updated version of that classic LP has hit the web.
As previously confirmed, this Loveless reissue includes two different masters of the album: a newly completed one, which was created from the original tapes, and a previous one made by MBV leader Kevin Shields and never released. You can hear both versions over at the Guardian.
The verdict? Both are very loud and very fuzzy.
The remastered album, along with a reissue of 1988's Isn't Anything and the collection EP's 1988-1991, are out in the UK on May 7 via Sony Records.