The Verve – Discography (1992 – 2008)

The Verve - Discography (1992 - 2008)

The Verve – Discography (1992 – 2008)
EAC Rip | 9xCD | FLAC Tracks & Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
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Label: Various | Genre: Britpop, Alternative Rock

Long acclaimed as one of the most innovative and spellbinding bands on the contemporary British pop scene, the Verve finally broke through to a mass international audience in 1997 with the instant classic “Bittersweet Symphony.” By no stretch a study in overnight success, the group’s rise was instead the culmination of a long, arduous journey that began at the dawn of the decade and went on to encompass a major breakup, multiple lawsuits, and an extensive diet of narcotics. Perfecting an oceanic sound that fused the exploratory vision of ’60s-era psychedelia with the shimmering atmospherics of the shoegazer aesthetic, the Verve languished in relative obscurity while waiting for the rest of the music world to play catch-up, creating one of the most complex and rewarding bodies of work in modern rock & roll long before most listeners even learned of the group’s existence — only to again fall apart at the peak of their success. ― Allmusic


1993. A Storm In Heaven (1998, Toshiba-EMI, VJCP-3367, Japan)

1995. A Northern Soul (1995, Hut Records, 7243 8 40437 2 8, Holland) Basic Scans

1997. Urban Hymns (1997, Toshiba-EMI, VJCP-25338, Japan)
1997. Urban Hymns (1997, Virgin, Hut, 7243 8 44913 2 1, Canada)

2008. Forth (2008, EMI, TOCP-66825, Japan)


2004. This Is Music. The Singles 92-98 (2004, Virgin, EMI, CDV2991, 0724386368829, EU)
2004. This Is Music. The Singles 92-98 (2007, EMI, TOCP-53681, Japan)

3. EPs:
1992. The Verve E.P. (1992, Hut, YARD CD1, USA) Basic Scans

1994. No Come Down (B-sides & Outtakes) (1994, Hut, 7243 8 39583 2 0, UK)


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