Catherine Wheel

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Like Cats And Dogs
Pop Used - LP 314 532 Mercury
1996 Double 10" Picture Sleeve. ... more details
 
Catherine Wheel - Happy Days Happy Days
Pop Colored Vinyl 314 526 850 Fontana
Sealed Limited Edition 2LP Gatefold Clear Vinyl Pressing With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Promo Slash Through Barcode. Includes Bonus Tracks Not Available On CD Or Cassette.... more details
 
Catherine Wheel - Adam And Eve Adam And Eve
Pop New - LP 93099 Chrysalis
New, Unplayed, Limited Edition 1997 UK 2LP Featuring Lots Of Nude Pics On The Outer Jacket And Both Custom Inner Sleeves. This Is Number 001331. “Even By Catherine Wheel's Lofty Standards, Adam And Eve Is Boldly Realized. It's Infused With Unusual Moods, Textures, And Ambitious Touches -- Such As Built-Up Volume Shifts, Or Keyboards And Acoustic Guitars That Suggest Endless Wide-Open Spaces. The Album Is Also An Impressive Thematic Whole Formed By Two Untitled Tracks That Start And Finish The LP, With Gentle Connectors Between Songs In Which Chords Of One Tune Drift Quietly Into The Start Of The Next. In Markedly Lowering The Volume Throughout Large Passages Of The Album, They Shine The Spotlight On Singer/Guitarist Rob Dickinson, Who Alternates His Smooth, Cool, Meditative Cooing With A More Yearning, Emotional, Arresting Wail. Other Guitarist Brian Futter, Bassist Dave Hawes, And Drummer Neil Sims Negotiate A Maze Of Hues And Tints, From Peaceful, Pretty Solitude To The Most Desperate Pathos. More Importantly, Like Much Of Like Cats And Dogs, The LP Is Again Greatly Influenced By Talk Talk's Spirit Of Eden And Laughing Stock. So It's Significant That Talk Talk's Tim Friese-Greene, Who'd Already Produced Ferment And Played On Happy Days, Was Called In Again To Play Keyboards And Ended Up Playing A Major Role In The Album's Sound, Along With Vaunted Pink Floyd Producer Bob Ezrin And Garth Richardson. The More Moody, Reflective Qualities That Resulted Are Evident Throughout, In The Low-Rumbling Crash Of "Broken Nose," The Twinkling Tones Of "Ma Solituda," The Near-Pink Floyd Pastoral Sweep Of "Future Boy," The Whimsical, Throbbing Ecstasy Of "Delicious" And "Satellite," And The Penultimate Epic Space-Floaters, "Goodbye" And "For Dreaming." To Put It Bluntly, Adam And Eve Is Brilliant -- As Playful As It Is Gripping, And As Sweet As It Is Contentious.” Jack Rabid, AMG.... more details
 

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