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Loveless (album) by My Bloody Valentine 

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Loveless
Loveless by My Bloody Valentine (1991)
Overall rank: 25th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
86/100 (from 1,749 votes)
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Accolades: Top 5 albums of 1991 (2nd)
Top 10 albums of the 1990s (5th)
Top 50 albums of all time (25th)

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MY BLOODY VALENTINE LOVELESS 1991 JAPAN CD OBI 1835yen ESCA
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My Bloody Valentine ‎– Loveless - CD, Album - Creation Records Ltd. ‎– CRECD 060
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Loveless is ranked as the best album by My Bloody Valentine.

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From PaperVinnie 25 hours ago
Many of the greatest albums of all time are great because they're here. Those albums are earthly, their styles are something that sounds like the work of humans. This album is nothing like the others, it doesn't sound like something that can simply be replicated by you and a couple friends jamming in a garage. Kevin Shields took the production on this album to a whole new level. He created a whole new dimension of tangled webs of beautiful, melodic guitar noise that, once you get it, totally changes the way you view music. That's what makes albums like this among the greatest of all time, we all owe our perception of music that we have to this album if its had that effect on you.

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From tk421ucopy 04/02/2018 04:59
So many people with awesome music tastes just love this album. I really can't get into it. I find it a little bit too easy to zone out of the music if I don't take a break. It kind of starts sounding too similar. Maybe I would like it a little bit more if it had more diversity to it.
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From antaiospiano 03/18/2018 14:23
I think what proves that they’re really geniuses and not some pseudo-intellectuals is that you can hear that they don't try to hard. The lyrics are simple, emotional and visual. Everything is done with the goal to enhance the experience of the listener. No unnecessary deeper meanings; everything is on the surface. And then the layers and layers and layers of distorted melodies; there is not one boring millisecond. But the greatest thing is the rhythm, the seemingly random way that the melodies fade in and out, the drum loops that are randomly thrown around, which sometimes makes it sound more like an electronic album than a punk album.
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From micah88800 03/16/2018 00:37
Love love love this record. The sounds are so grainy and the melodies are often list in the murky production, but every time you listen it gets better and better. At some point this album may bump up to #1. The opening track is a terrific, explosive opener and the quality just keeps going, without ever letting up. The closing chords send off he record in such a heavenly way, you usually restart the album after you finished. This album is why music exists
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From mdbaxter 03/14/2018 16:15
I've listened to this album countless times. In ear headphones, over ear stereo headphones, out loud, at home, at work, at the gym... it just won't grow on me. It's good but it doesn't strike me as a great album, let alone one of the best ever.
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From Onater 03/12/2018 08:52
I'll give you tinnitus, but it's worth it.
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From JoaoMoreira 03/08/2018 17:48
I know you all concluded that this was a masterpiece when you were young. But they only reached their peak at M B V. Sorry.
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From antiquusxy 03/03/2018 22:25
Supremely catchy, bold and consistent, this is masterful noise pop ! I doubt I'll come across many other records in this genre that matches the exceptional standard set by "Loveless" ; the only one that springs to mind is "Psychocandy" by The Jesus & Mary Chain... the acclaim is well-deserved.
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From JulianR 02/19/2018 22:35
This is one of the very few albums I have every found that I seem simply incapable of wearing out. Most of the albums that I really love can get tiresome if I listen to them too many times. Just a very select few, such as this one, and to a lesser extend Pet Sounds, seem to not only not wear out, but get better, no matter how frequently i listen to them. This album is like curling up in a nice warm blanket, and it never gets old.
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From elhenzo 02/10/2018 05:49
The voices sound beautiful and the instruments do as well. I look forward to more albums like this.
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