Reunited Creation Records standout The House of Love will follow up the just-released 3CD reissue of its classic 1988 debut album with a true surprise: a brand-new studio album that is being delivered this week “fully mastered and mixed,” according to the band’s official Facebook page.
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This week’s new releases include reissue of albums from The House of Love, The Blow Monkeys, Josef K and Marc and the Mambas, plus new music from Cocteau Twins’ Robin Guthrie, Douglas J. McCarthy of Nitzer Ebb, Bryan Ferry and the surviving members of Throbbing Gristle.
Cherry Red Records today offered up a fourth preview track of the label’s upcoming 3CD reissue of the self-titled 1988 debut from The House of Love — this time one of three live tracks included on the set, a cover of The Stooges’ classic “I Wanna Be Your Dog.”
Cherry Red Records today offered up a third previously unreleased demo off its upcoming 3CD expanded reissue of the self-titled 1988 debut from The House of Love — this time frontman Guy Chadwick’s original demo of “Shine On,” the band’s first single. Check it out here.
Cherry Red Records continues to build up toward its upcoming 3CD expanded reissue of the self-titled 1988 debut from The House of Love, today offering up a second stream of a previously unreleased demo to be included in the upcoming release. The track was later recorded by frontman Guy Chadwick.
Cherry Red Records this morning offered fans of The House of Love their first taste of the label’s upcoming 3CD expanded reissue of the band’s self-titled 1988 debut, posting a stream of one of the previously unreleased demos that will appear in the set: “I Don’t Know Why I Love You Like I Do.”
This week not only brings news of a 3CD reissue from The House of Love, but new music, too, from the band’s guitarist, Terry Bickers, in the form of “I Don’t Give a Shit About You,” the very radio-unfriendly debut track from Pete Fij and Terry Bickers, his collaboration with Pete Fijalkowski of early ’90s shoegazers Adorable.
The House of Love’s self-titled debut album on Creation Records — the second of three eponymous releases from the U.K. indie band — is set to be reissued this fall in an expanded 3CD set, with the original 10-track album supplemented by 40 bonus tracks, including non-album singles, B-sides and 19 previously unreleased demos.
This week’s round-up of headlines includes items about The House of Love, Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel, Elizabeth Fraser, Robert Smith, World Party, My Bloody Valentine, New Order, Billy Bragg, The Stone Roses, Bob Mould, PiL, Paul Weller and more — plus our latest Auto Reverse mixtape.
The House of Love — who have been largely dormant following a couple years’ worth of activity surrounding the release of 2005 reunion album ‘Days Run Away’ — returned to the stage Friday night for the first time in four years, performing at the Off Festival in Katowice, Poland. Check out a clip of the band playing ‘Road.’
Welcome to the Week in Rock, where we round up all of the headlines posted on this site over the past week. This edition includes items about the Sex Pistols, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Simple Minds, Morrissey, The House of Love, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Cure, The Fixx, Icehouse, Ministry and more.
The House of Love — largely dormant following a couple years’ worth of activity surrounding ‘Days Run Away,’ the band’s 2005 reunion album — will make what appears to be its first live appearance in more than four years later this summer when the beloved indie act appears at the Off Festival in Katowice, Poland.
This month’s Auto Reverse mixtape includes brand-new music from Killing Joke, Paul Weller and The Stranglers, plus favorites old and new(ish) from The House of Love, New Order, Magazine, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Kate Bush, The Psychedelic Furs and much more.
It’s Guy Chadwick’s 55th birthday today, so to celebrate, here’s The House of Love performing its third single, the classic ‘Christine,’ on the U.K.’s ‘The South Bank Show’ in 1988.