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Named after a
word in one of Nick Chaplin’s dreams not from a Siouxsie and the Banshees
single Slowdive formed in Reading, England, in late 1989. The group orginally
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 of post-punk, and they closed out their career with an excellent and
misunderstood ambient LP.

Just for a Day is the debut album by the band
Slowdive, released on September 2, 1991. It was recorded at Courtyard Studios
in Abingdon, Oxfordshire formally known as Georgetown Studios. The album peaked
at #3 in the UK Indie charts. Upon its release, copies of the album were
labeled with a sticker that read “like a mind altering substance, without
the risk.”

Weight 200 kg


Disc one- Spanish Air / Celia's Dream / Catch The Breeze / Ballad Of Sister Sue / Erik's Song / Waves / Brighter / The Sadman / Primal

Disc Two - Slowdive / Avalyn I / Avalyn Ii / Morningrise / She Calls / Losing Today / Golden Hair / Shine / Albatross / Catch The Breeze Peel Session / Shine Peel Session / Golden Hair Peel Session


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