The Lords Of The New Church - Is Nothing Sacred?

 (Numbered Limited Edition)


Label:

Drastic Plastic Records

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
ADPR 57
Availability:
In Stock
Category:

200 Gram Vinyl Record



200 Gram LP  



200-gram black vinyl pressed at Quality Record Pressings!

Limited to 500 copies, foil numbered

Mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

Faithful reproduction of the original jacket art, printed at Stoughton Printing

A year after The Lords of the New Church's stellar debut LP (also available on DPR) came 1983's Is Nothing Sacred?. This release found the band diversifying their sound, be it funky pop goth as in the hit single, "Dance With Me" or Todd Rundgren's production and keyboards on their cover of the Grass Roots' classic, "Live For Today."

 



1. Dance With Me
2. Bad Timing
3. Johnny Too Bad
4. Don’t Worry Children
5. The Night Is Calling
6. Black Girl White Girl
7. Goin’ Downtown
8. Tale Of Two Cities
9. World Without End
10. Partners In Crime
11. Live For Today

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Excellent Reissue

posted on 08/15/2015
5 Stars
Reviewer: T.B.
Big Lords fan here, I have several releases of this album, original Illegal Records UK, I.R.S. US and Japanese pressing as well as the various CD releases from over the years. This is by a good stretch the best this album has ever sounded on any format. Bass is a little more punchy and upfront than the rather thin sounding original vinyl and CD releases.

Most importantly, this release has the correct, original album version of the big single, "Dance With Me" that has somehow eluded CD reissues the last 15 years.

The packaging and graphics are faithful to the original US and Japan I.R.S. Records release (the band logo is red, not black on the cover as seen on this listing. The vinyl is housed in a separate clear audiophile slip to protect from splitting the also included original lyrics and credits sleeve. The album packaging is inside a clear, resealable Japanese style slip. Best of all, the record pressing is flat, clean and dead quiet.


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