Limited edition double 180 gram vinyl LP set featuring two LPs packaged in a heavyweight book format with a 12 page booklet containing sleeve notes by Will Sergeant and photos from Will's personal archive. Features the original album plus a second disc with bonus tracks. After the high acclaim of their debut Crocodiles, Heaven Up Here was released in May 1981 and produced by Hugh Jones. Lauded as revealing a much darker side to the band, the album drew comparisons to Joy Division from many quarters. Recorded in March 1981 at Rockfield Studios the album won NME's Best Album and Best Dressed LP Awards in 1981 and also made it into Rolling Stones list of 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time. The cover is a shot taken on a wet Southern Welsh beach on a day off from recording. Photographer Brian Griffin using the dark clouds in the sky and the low sun on the horizon to silhouette the band. The bands manager Bill Drummond saw them representing "cold, dampness, darkness". The band released two singles from the album "A Promise" and "Over The Wall'.
Show of Strength - Echo and the Bunnymen
With a Hip - Echo and the Bunnymen
Over the Wall - Echo and the Bunnymen
It Was a Pleasure - Echo and the Bunnymen
A Promise - Echo and the Bunnymen
Heaven Up Here
All My Colours
No Dark Things
All I Want
Broke My Neck (Long Version)
Show of Strength (Live)
The Disease (Live)
All I Want (Live)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.