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Performer: My Bloody Valentine
Genre: Rock
Title: Ecstasy And Wine
Country: UK
Released: 1989
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1643 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1542 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1260 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 104
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Ecstasy is the second mini album by the alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine, released on 23 November 1987 on Lazy Records.

Listen free to My Bloody Valentine – Ecstasy and Wine (Strawberry Wine, Never Say Goodbye and more). After the departure of David Conway, My Bloody Valentine released the Strawberry Wine EP, followed by the LP Ecstasy, their second LP. With these two records, MBV took a new direction. While the loud chiming guitars are still present, they seem layered and effected in new ways that presage the soundscapes of Isn't Anything.

Ecstasy and Wine is a record which compiles the single for Strawberry Wine and the Ecstasy EP. It’s technically a bootleg, since the band had already signed to Creation Records in 1988, but released these EPs under Lazy Records in 1987. Lazy put this record out without the band’s consent (complete with a different mix of Strawberry Wine being pressed by mistake) in 1989. Kevin Shields, furious about this, seized 10,000 copies from Lazy’s manager shortly after its release. The reissue, Ecstasy and Wine, was another commercial success, though critics were much less receptive to it then – especially since it closely followed the release of their first album for Creation, Isn’t Anything. Ecstasy and Wine Q&A. More My Bloody Valentine albums. Show all albums by My Bloody Valentine.

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Tracklist

Strawberry Wine 2:33
Never Say Goodbye 2:32
Can I Touch You 3:15
She Loves You No Less 2:34
The Things I Miss 2:56
I Don't Need You 3:08
(You're) Safe In Your Sleep (From This Girl) 2:31
Clair 2:33
You've Got Nothing 3:41
(Please) Lose Yourself In Me 3:26

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LAZY 12 My Bloody Valentine Ecstasy And Wine ‎(LP, Comp) Lazy Records LAZY 12 UK 1989
LAZY 12 CD My Bloody Valentine Ecstasy And Wine ‎(CD, Comp) Lazy Records LAZY 12 CD UK 1989
LAZY 12 My Bloody Valentine Ecstasy And Wine ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Lazy Records LAZY 12 Europe 2011
LAZY 12 CD My Bloody Valentine Ecstasy And Wine ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Lazy Records LAZY 12 CD Unknown
LAZY 12 CD My Bloody Valentine Ecstasy And Wine ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Lazy Records LAZY 12 CD Unknown
LAZY 12 My Bloody Valentine Ecstasy And Wine ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial) Lazy Records LAZY 12 UK Unknown

Very Old Chap
I just got a copy of this - not sure if it's a legit release though from "Lazy", as I'm told they long since packed up. does anyone have an idea of where/who pressed this? The audio quality indicates its a decent pressing from a good source (possibly CD) but i'm wondering if this is an official release.

Joony
When the supposed "original" CD is itself considered a bootleg, one cannot pass judgement on/classify any CD versions that came after.

Kipabi
Ecstasy Mini LP and Strawberry wine EP sound better than this. This compilation was released without the band's consent and the sound quality is inferior. Try to buy both records individually and you will better enjoy the beautiful washes of sound.

Fordg
Heard the original Strawberry Wine in Manchester in 1987, it was my first introduction to MBV, heard the bootlegs, same thing.

Road.to sliver
I have both versions of Strawberry Wine and they sound the same to me. What makes you think this is a different version?

Danrad
A lot of folks here are selling bootlegs and prolly don't even know it. There must be a well-done bootleg of this vinyl, as with all the Lazy vinyl releases, as too many people are selling it as "New".

Kelezel
A few years ago MBV's management found a box or two of these, still sealed, so they sold them for list price. There were quite a few copies, so I wouldn't be surprised at all to see official sealed copies floating around here.

Nekora
I'm told the bootleg version says 2011 on it.

Fiarynara
This album (which is actually a compilation of two EPs) is every bit as good as My Bloody Valentine's later and better known work on Creation Records. And it's in this period My Bloody Valentine made their biggest steps onto new musical territory - influencing the first generation of shoegazer bands which started to release records in 1989. Of course MBV went on to refine their sound, but if you think shoegazer music is not only about bliss but also about noise, then you're very well served with Ecstacy and Wine. The best song on the album and the ultimate MBV song in my book is the haunting (Please) Lose Yourself In Me.