The debut album from Love and Rockets — 1985’s Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven — will receive a vinyl reissue later this month via the Drastic Plastic label, which will press the seven-song album on both opaque blue vinyl and 200-gram black vinyl.
The album was the first of seven records released by the hard-to-classify band — featuring Daniel Ash, David J and Kevin Haskins of Bauhaus — up through 1998’s Lift.
The new pressing of Seventh Dream is due out Aug. 26 and is available now for pre-order.
Tracklist: Love and Rockets, Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven
A1. “If There’s a Heaven Above”
A2. “A Private Future”
A3. “The Dog-End of a Day Gone By”
A4. “The Game”
B1. “Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven”
B2. “Haunted When the Minutes Drag”
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- David J pens ‘Who Killed Mister Moonlight?’ memoir — read excerpt on Ian Curtis
- Hear Daniel Ash’s super-mellow remake of Love and Rockets’ ‘All In My Mind’
- Daniel Ash box set, expanded reissue of David J debut due from Cherry Red next month
- Vintage Video: Love and Rockets in London, 1987 — watch full 70-minute concert