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The House of Love is the eponymous debut album by the British alternative rock band The House of Love. Released in June 1988 by Creation Records, the album was a critical success. It appeared in many 1988 critics' lists, in NME, Melody Maker, and Sounds. The album was recorded following the departure member of founder member Andrea Heukamp, who had played on the band's early singles.
The House of Love is the second album by British alternative rock band The House of Love, released on Fontana Records in 1990. It should not be confused with the band's debut album, which is also called The House of Love. It is generally referred to either as Fontana (after the record label it was issued on) or The Butterfly album (after Trevor Key's sleeve art).
List of all The House Of Love tour dates and concerts. When promoting their new album in 2013, the band received a fan’s regards on Tom Robinson’s radio session. Steven the fan told the band that he saw Terry Bickers in his hometown in the 1980s, and now he would go to their show and stock them with his son. This kind of chitchat removes the rock star halo from the band. While the anecdote amuses everybody, it gives the music a great deal of intimacy that probably could only be found in The House of Love
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However, the secret highlight of the album would have to be "Love in a Car," starting with a keening, haunting high guitar part from Bickers and then slowly evolving into an evermore tense and dramatic all-band performance.
The House of Love's fate was further sealed by the departure of Bickers and a premature departure from Creation (never mind that its subsequent Fontana debut- also self-titled- was pretty good). Even listened to with the group's early demise in mind, these reissues capture something fleeting but special, the e sense of so much promise, not exactly promise squandered but all the same perhaps promise never fully unleashed.
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|Love In Return|
|Love In Return|
|PB-44202||House Of Schock||Love In Return (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||PB-44202||US||1988|
|CP 2153||House Of Schock||Love In Return (7", Single)||Capitol Records||CP 2153||Australia||1988|
Performer: House Of Schock
Title: Love In Return
Date of release: 1988
Style: Pop Rock
Size MP3: 1768 mb
Size FLAC: 1277 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
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