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The second studio album from the U.K. shoegaze group Slowdive is highlighted by two collaborations with Brian Eno, who cowrote "Sing" and added synthesizer to it and "Here She Comes." He provides extra ambience that's perfectly in step with the band's ethereal approach. Eno's Music for Airports is an important building block for most shoegaze groups, and the opportunity to work with the chief architect of random and innovative pop music couldn't be passed up. Elsewhere, the band builds on the atmospheric dream pop of its debut (Just for a Day) with tracks that feature both accessibility and a feeling of being transported to another reality. "Alison" centers on Neil Halstead's gentle vocals and shape-shifting guitars, which approximate the beauty of a lava lamp. "Machine Gun," "When the Sun Hits," and "Melon Yellow" further explore the ghostly vibe and subtle grace of the group's ingenious attack. It should be noted that this is the British edition of the album. 

Customer Reviews


The most well-crafted, well-written shoegazing album, period.

My favorite from Slowdive....

Souvlaki's music is beautiful, mellow and relaxing. Good for listening or cruising. Play the whole thing from start to finish.
Imagine, the song "When The Sun Hits" is playing while driving on a long stretch of winding road with rows of tall trees on both sides. Catching a small glimpse of the sun-rays coming in from the canopy of the forest. Yeeeaah!

The most relaxing, beautiful, album ever.

A masterpiece of the shoegaze genre, the epitome of it's sound, and one of the best albums ever.


Formed: 1989 in Reading, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '10s

Named after a Siouxsie and the Banshees single, Slowdive formed in Reading, England, in late 1989. The group originally consisted of Neil Halstead (guitar/vocals), Rachel Goswell (guitar/vocals), Christian Savill (guitar), Adrian Sell (drums), and Chaplin (bass). Formed when they were mostly in their teens, Slowdive was initially lumped in with the remainder of the early-'90s British shoegaze scene; Slowdive's later releases extended upon the likes of the Cocteau Twins and the more atmospheric sides...
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