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Various Artists - Still in a Dream: A Story of Shoegaze album download
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Various Artists - Still in a Dream: A Story of Shoegaze album download

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Various Artists
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Still in a Dream: A Story of Shoegaze
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Alternative/Indie Rock,Shoegaze,Dream Pop,Noise Pop,Indie Pop,Noise-Rock
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06:35:14
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4.3
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159

Artist: Various Artists. Album: A Story Of Shoegaze 1988-1995. Kane – Baby Milk Snatcher (12 Version) 05 – Ultra Vivid Scene – Mercy Seat (12 Version) 06 – Spacemen 3 – Hypnotized 07 – Loop – Arc-Lite (Sonar) 08 – 14 Iced Bears – Surfacer 09 – Galaxie 500 – Tugboat 10 – The Prayers – Puppet Clouds 11 – Kitchens of. Distinction – The 3rd Time We Opened the Capsule 12 – .

Still in a Dream takes a wide trawl approach to its genre, which has upsides and downsides. As with Rhino’s goth box A Life Less Lived, shoegaze is generously interpreted to include antecedents and formative influences, which bulks up the quality. Listening today, though, the '60s-ness of shoegaze recedes to a surprising degree. Especially on the first disc-which includes shoegaze-spawning but not-really-shoegaze greats like Cocteau Twins, the House of Love, . Kane-I don’t hear the Byrds or Velvets, I hear the glassy textures of John McGeoch, Vini Reilly, or Clive Timperley of the Passions (the glorious glistening echoplexed intro to "I’m in Love With a German Film Star")

Telling the story of the overdriven, dreamlike sound of shoegaze without including a song by My Bloody Valentine is like The Great Gatsby without Gatsby or Citizen Kane without Charles Foster Kane. The group pretty much invented the sound, went on to perfect it, and was always the one band that could be counted on to innovate and disrupt. By the time the set is over it's hard not to be impressed by how quickly the shoegaze sound spread and evolved, how many bands were able to use it to an advantage, and - more to the point here - how well the set is put together. Apart from MBV, it's hard to think of any bands they missed, just as it's difficult to think of too many that they could have cut.

This version is the 2018 repress. The only noticable differences to the original are on the rear of the sleeve: - The track numbers are a different colour - On disc 4 track 18, 'Spectrum - True Love Will Find You In The End' has been corrected and the word "True" now forms part of the track title. Track durations are not shown on the packaging and have been taken from a CD player.

Format: MP3 (CBR 320 kbit/s). 1. CURVE Ten Little Girls 2. THE DYLANS Godlike 3. TH’ FAITH HEALERS Gorgeous Blue Flower In My Garden 4. THE LILYS February Fourteenth 5. THE HONEY SMUGGLERS Good Afternoon 6. SPIREA X Chlorine Dream 7. MOONSHAKE Gravity 8. SPITFIRE Translucent 9. MOOSE Suzanne 10. SPIRITUALIZED Run 11. REVOLVER Heaven Sent An Angel 12.

Still in a Dream: A Story of Shoegaze 1988-1995.

From the perspective of a well-schooled shoegaze fiend, Still In A Dream is indeed on par with Lenny Kaye’s Nuggets and Brian Eno ’s No New York as a definitive anthology of a movement. Names like The House of Love, . Kane, 14 Iced Bears, Loop, Pale Saints, Flying Saucer Attack, The Darkside, Catherine Wheel, Chapterhouse, Black Tambourine, Smashing Orange, Seefeel, Sun Dial, Swervedriver and Rollerskate Skinny included within mark a keen indication that the box set’s producers were not just resting on their laurels with this collection. Perfect for the learned music scholar, the Goth mom on the go and the curious young listener alike, Still In A Dream: A Story of Shoegaze 1988 – 1995 is a masterpiece in the art of box set compilation, one that sets the bar high for any enterprising opportunist looking to anthologize an entire subgenre.

After their epic five-disc indie-pop compilation, Scared to Get Happy, Cherry Red have continued with their mining of the past by delving into shoegaze with a sprawling, 87-track, five-disc set, Still in a Dream – A Story of Shoegaze. Shoegazing was an initially praised, largely UK-based scene created by music journalists, lumping together a number of effects-driven guitar bands, that was quickly forgotten and derided as the first wave of grunge floated across the pond and was latched onto as 'the next big thing'

More specifically, the story of shoegaze presented in Still in a Dream is the one that requires five discs and 87 tracks by 87 different bands to tell. 87 bands! And here you thought shoegaze was just the bands on Creation Records that weren’t Oasis and the bands on 4AD that weren’t the Pixies. Boy, were you wrong! Or were you? Still in a Dream is the rare example of alternative -era record label Darwinism turning out to be pretty right on. The bands you think of when you think of shoegaze are the ones that got higher-profile promotion and/or major-label distribution  . Singer-songwriter Tony Lucca's first full-length album following a "self-imposed time-out" offers a refreshing look outward as he expands his musical boundaries.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rollercoaster Jim Reid The Jesus and Mary Chain 3:47
2 Cherry-Coloured Funk Elizabeth Fraser / Robin Guthrie / Simon Raymonde Cocteau Twins 3:12
3 Christine Guy Chadwick The House of Love 3:25
4 Baby Milk Snatcher [12” Version] Alex Ayuli / Rudy Tambala A.R. Kane 6:01
5 Mercy Seat [12” Version] Kurt Ralske Ultra Vivid Scene 6:31
6 Hypnotized Jason Pierce Spacemen 3 5:56
7 Arc-Lite (Sonar) Robert Hampson Loop 4:28
8 Surfacer Robert Sekula 14 Iced Bears 6:43
9 Tugboat Damon Krukowski / Dean Wareham / Naomi Yang Galaxie 500 3:55
10 Puppet Clouds The Prayers The Prayers 2:57
11 The 3rd Time We Opened the Capsule Patrick Fitzgerald / Dan Goodwin / Julian Swales Kitchens of Distinction 3:20
12 One of Our Girls Has Gone Missing Angela Conway / Bruce Gilbert A.C. Marias 4:40
13 Precious Little The Telescopes 3:13
14 Sight of You Catherine Cooper / Ian Masters / Graeme Naysmith Pale Saints 5:49
15 Ocean Run Dry Jim Harrison / Colin O'Keefe / Dave Todd / David Ware 6:39
16 Angel Pete Kember Sonic Boom 7:52

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Drive Blind Andy Bell / Loz Colbert / Mark Gardener / Steve Queralt Ride 4:47
2 De-Luxe Emma Anderson Lush 3:28
3 Slip So Slow Stephen Sands See See Rider 2:29
4 Crystal Eyes Harry Otten / Esther Sprikkelman Nightblooms 2:24
5 Waiting for the Angels Pete Bain / Kevin Cowen / Nick Hayden / Sterling Roswell Darkside 5:12
6 I Don’t Care If You Go Velocity Girl Velocity Girl 3:05
7 Inescapable Simon Shaw Cranes 2:46
8 Falling Down Andrew Sherriff Chapterhouse 3:57
9 Switchblade Smile Colm Hassett / Myles McDonnell / Fearghal McKee / Paul Page Whipping Boy 2:59
10 Kaleidoscope Timothy Brown / Martin Carr / Steve Hewitt / Simon Rowbottom The Boo Radleys 5:40
11 Rave Down Graham Bonnar / Adam Franklin / Jimmy Hartridge / Adi Vines Swervedriver 5:08
12 Slowdive Neil Halstead Slowdive 5:15
13 Liar Graham Gargiulo / Petra Roddis / Steve Scott / Tim Wade The Charlottes 4:20
14 Sugarblast Lee Belsham / Howard King / Keith York Dr. Phibes & the House of Wax Equations 6:17
15 Decadence Salli Carson / Steve Scott / Nick Singleton Bleach 4:23
16 She’s My Friend [Wilde Club Version] Rob Dickinson / Brian Futter Catherine Wheel 4:29
17 Somersault Sunrise Nick Roughley Blow-Up 3:36
18 All Different Things John Ling / Mark Simnett / Graham Sutton Bark Psychosis 8:11

Track List - Disc 3

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ten Little Girls Dean Garcia / Toni Halliday / Jonathan Pandy Curve 4:28
2 Godlike Andy Curtis / Colin Gregory / Jim Rodger The Dylans 4:35
3 Gorgeous Blue Flower in My Garden Tom Cullinan Th' Faith Healers 6:17
4 February Fourteenth Kurt Heasley Lilys 3:51
5 Good Afternoon Honey Smugglers Honey Smugglers 3:30
6 Chlorine Dream Jim Beattie Spirea X 4:21
7 Gravity David Callahan Moonshake 4:29
8 Translucent The Pitcher Spitfire 3:40
9 Suzanne K.J. "Moose" McKillop / Russell Yates Moose 3:26
10 Run J.J. Cale / Jason Pierce Spiritualized 3:12
11 Heaven Sent an Angel Mat Flint Revolver 4:48
12 June Wilson [Edit] Hugh Duggie / Martin Fleming / Will Heggie / Craig Lorentson Lowlife 3:10
13 Square Wave Jan Gregar / Irna Libowitz / Jan P. Muchow / Petr Wegner The Ecstasy of Saint Theresa 3:41
14 By Tomorrow Black Tambourine Black Tambourine 3:05
15 Explosion Jorgen Cremonese Whipped Cream 4:34
16 My Deranged Heart Sara Montejo Smashing Orange 5:23
17 Gong Roger Packham Hinnies 3:48
18 Geek Love [Original 12” Version] Steve Eagles / Elizabeth Freeth / Stan Wood Bang Bang Machine 9:26

Track List - Disc 4

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Closer Jonathan Atkinson The Sunflowers 4:02
2 Mirrored John Evans Drop 4:47
3 In Hollow Jody Porter The Belltower 4:07
4 Phonefreak Honey Ben Bentley / Roy Priest Sweet Jesus 2:30
5 Sunshine Smile Robert Dillam / Pete Fijalkowski / Kevin Gritton / Stephen 'Wil' Williams Adorable 5:03
6 I Don’t Mind Gary Ramon Sun Dial 3:35
7 Sugar Your Mind Mike Mason / Louise Trehy Swallow 4:03
8 Winona Greg Ackell / Paula Kelley / Chris Roof / Motohiro Yasue / Steve Zimmerman Drop Nineteens 3:29
9 Talkin’ ’Bout the Smiling Deathporn Immortality Blues (Everyone Wants to Live Forever) Wayne Coyne / Jonathan Donahue / Michael Ivins The Flaming Lips 3:51
10 Aruca Brad Laner / Annette Zilinskas Medicine 4:50
11 Charming Sister Kiss Me Dead!! Nobuki Narasaki Coaltar of the Deepers 5:10
12 Starhappy John Evans / Nat Moore / Simon Shaw / Iain Thompson / Matthew Wayne The Honey Buzzards 4:01
13 Babysbreath Lovesliescrushing Lovesliescrushing 3:52
14 No. 1 Fan Hobey Echlin / Odell Nails / Michael Segal / David Stroughter Majesty Crush 3:47
15 Park the Car By the Side of the Road The Swirlies The Swirlies 5:06
16 Chemical Tester Rob Harron / Neil Haydock / Jeff Townsin Submarine 3:30
17 Shine John Halvorsen / Brent McLachlan / Alister Parker Bailter Space 3:55
18 True Love Will Find You in the End Daniel Johnston Spectrum 3:32
19 Spooky Vibes Adam Franklin / Nat Moore / John Tegner / Will Teversham / Jon White Blind Mr. Jones 6:13

Track List - Disc 5

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Memory Danella Hocevar / Robert Lambke / Chris Perry / Joe Walsh An April March 4:24
2 Soaring High David Pearce Flying Saucer Attack 4:19
3 Alive Isabel Monteiro Drugstore 2:30
4 Loveblind Jamie Gingell / Dean Purnell Secret Shine 4:32
5 Bronx Cheer David Baker / Jonathan Donahue / Dave Fridmann Mercury Rev 2:48
6 Chelsea Roger Lavallee The Curtain Society 4:10
7 Plainsong Mark Clifford / Justin Fletcher / Sarah Peacock / Daren Seymour Seefeel 7:42
8 Surround Sound Chris Andrews / Paul Budd / Pete Van Kouwenberg / Kirpatrick Thomas Spindrift 4:48
9 Miss Leader Ger Griffin / Steve Murray / Jimi Shields Rollerskate Skinny 4:15
10 Die Easy Bardo Pond Bardo Pond 6:52
11 Dozen Emma Anderson / Roger Brogan / Catherine Cooper / Thomas Lanser / Scott MacDonald / David Rogers Alison's Halo 5:25
12 The Last Unicorn Ben Aylward / David Lord / Nicola Schultz Swirl 4:33
13 Next to Nothing Lawrence Chandler / Martha Schwendener Bowery Electric 6:30
14 Me Voy Bethany Curve Bethany Curve 4:22
15 Orange Creamsickle Scott Cortez Astrobrite 5:23
16 23 Minutes in Brussels Stanley Demeski / Sean Eden / Justin Harwood / Dean Wareham Luna 6:40
  • Great review. Others that have also has reviewed this set and downgraded the rating (possibly following Allmusics lead) owing to the MBV void. It's a valid point but is it possible that the producers of this set had reached out to the owners of MBV's music and ran into legal issues and or exoribitant costs? if a band such as MBV is a genre defining standout shouldn't we be encouraged to own the album instead of a song on a compilation?