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The Sisters Of Mercy|Vision Thing

Vision Thing

The Sisters Of Mercy

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After scoring big time with Floodland, Sisters of Mercy frontman Andrew Eldritch changed direction once again, heading this time for a guitar-based techno-rock feel. The title track became a club hit, where the driving tempo and distorted guitars provided a perfect dancefloor atmosphere. On "Doctor Jeep" and "Detonation Boulevard," the lack of variation becomes quickly annoying, however, and "Something Fast" fails entirely in its efforts to be introspective and wistful. The Jim Steinman-produced "More" and the clever "I Was Wrong" are the album's highlights, but it's a shame the rest of the album is so patchy.
© Jim Harper /TiVo

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1
Vision Thing
00:04:35

Andrew Eldritch, Producer, Mixer, Writer - Eldritch, Composer - Dave Allen, Mixer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

2
Ribbons
00:05:28

Maggie Reilly, Background Vocals - CHRIS LORD-ALGE, Mixer - Andreas Bruhn, Guitar - Steve Rinkoff, Mixer - Jim Steinman, Producer - Andrew Eldritch, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Writer - Eldritch, Composer - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - John Perry, Guitar - Tim Bricheno, Guitar - Tony James, Guitar - Mark Freegard, Engineer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

3
Detonation Boulevard
00:03:49

Bruhn, Composer - Eldritch, Composer, Producer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

4
Something Fast
00:04:45

Maggie Reilly, Background Vocals - CHRIS LORD-ALGE, Mixer - Andreas Bruhn, Guitar - Steve Rinkoff, Mixer - Jim Steinman, Producer - Andrew Eldritch, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Writer - Eldritch, Composer - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - John Perry, Guitar - Tim Bricheno, Guitar - Tony James, Guitar - Mark Freegard, Engineer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

5
When You Don't See Me
00:04:54

Maggie Reilly, Background Vocals - CHRIS LORD-ALGE, Mixer - Andreas Bruhn, Guitar, Writer - Steve Rinkoff, Mixer - Jim Steinman, Producer - Bruhn, Composer - Andrew Eldritch, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Writer - Eldritch, Composer - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - John Perry, Guitar - Tim Bricheno, Guitar - Tony James, Guitar - Mark Freegard, Engineer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

6
Doctor Jeep
00:04:41

Bruhn, Composer - Eldritch, Composer, Producer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

7
More
00:08:22

Steinman, Composer, Producer - Eldritch, Composer, Producer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

8
I Was Wrong
00:06:07

Maggie Reilly, Background Vocals - CHRIS LORD-ALGE, Mixer - Andreas Bruhn, Guitar - Steve Rinkoff, Mixer - Jim Steinman, Producer - Andrew Eldritch, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Writer - Eldritch, Composer - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - John Perry, Guitar - Tim Bricheno, Guitar - Tony James, Guitar - Mark Freegard, Engineer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

DISC 2

1
More
00:08:29

Steinman, Composer, Producer - Eldritch, Composer, Producer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

2
You Could Be the One
00:04:00

Andreas Bruhn, Composer, Music - Andrew Eldritch, Composer, Music - Eldritch, Producer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

DISC 3

1
Doctor Jeep
00:08:59

Bruhn, Composer - Eldritch, Composer, Producer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

2
Knocking on Heaven's Door (Live Bootleg Recording)
00:06:55

Bob Dylan, Writer - Eldritch, Producer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

DISC 4

1
When You Don't See Me (Remix)
00:04:46

Maggie Reilly, Background Vocals - CHRIS LORD-ALGE, Mixer - Andreas Bruhn, Guitar, Writer - Steve Rinkoff, Mixer - Jim Steinman, Producer - Bruhn, Composer - Andrew Eldritch, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Writer - Eldritch, Composer - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - John Perry, Guitar - Tim Bricheno, Guitar - Tony James, Guitar - Mark Freegard, Engineer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd

2
Ribbons (Live - Aufnahme, Hamburg)
00:03:05

Maggie Reilly, Background Vocals - CHRIS LORD-ALGE, Mixer - Andreas Bruhn, Guitar - Steve Rinkoff, Mixer - Jim Steinman, Producer - Andrew Eldritch, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Writer - Eldritch, Composer - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - John Perry, Guitar - Tim Bricheno, Guitar - Tony James, Guitar - Mark Freegard, Engineer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1991 Warner Music UK Ltd

3
Something Fast (Live - Aufnahme, Hamburg)
00:04:25

Maggie Reilly, Background Vocals - CHRIS LORD-ALGE, Mixer - Andreas Bruhn, Guitar - Steve Rinkoff, Mixer - Jim Steinman, Producer - Andrew Eldritch, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Writer - Eldritch, Composer - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - John Perry, Guitar - Tim Bricheno, Guitar - Tony James, Guitar - Mark Freegard, Engineer - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist

© 2015 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1991 Warner Music UK Ltd

Album Description

After scoring big time with Floodland, Sisters of Mercy frontman Andrew Eldritch changed direction once again, heading this time for a guitar-based techno-rock feel. The title track became a club hit, where the driving tempo and distorted guitars provided a perfect dancefloor atmosphere. On "Doctor Jeep" and "Detonation Boulevard," the lack of variation becomes quickly annoying, however, and "Something Fast" fails entirely in its efforts to be introspective and wistful. The Jim Steinman-produced "More" and the clever "I Was Wrong" are the album's highlights, but it's a shame the rest of the album is so patchy.
© Jim Harper /TiVo

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