Limited 180 gram purple vinyl LP pressing housed in a heavyweight gatefold sleeve and newly designed inner bag. Mirror Moves was a far more polished affair under the guidance of producer Keith Forsey. Forsey had produced Billy Idol's Rebel Yell album and had also been instrumental with legendary disco producer Giorgio Moroder on Donna Summer's groundbreaking club records in the late 70's. The Psychedelic Furs project was a definite move to bring the band to a wider audience and move into the burgeoning club scene. The single 'Heaven' being the subject of numerous 12 inch remixes. Having been compared to such punk greats as The Pistols, The Clash and also the nouveau artists such as Bowie and The Velvet Underground such the like of will never been seen again, The Furs always held the antithesis of hardcore punk yet the delivery was always more palatable. Butler's bitter lyrics sting into the heart of apathy and will listen to his music until it becomes like a mantra. Yet he actually cared about articulating those lyrics and sent a dart of self-consciousness into the world. In the same way that Talking Heads seemed to be so different yet so accessible, The Psychedelic Furs were similar, the narcissistic vocals and hardcore guitars never hindered the band's success, they probably nurtured it. Mirror Moves saw the release of three singles in the UK, 'Heaven', 'Heartbeat' and 'The Ghost In You'.
The Ghost in You - the Psychedelic Furs
Here Come Cowboys - the Psychedelic Furs
Heaven - the Psychedelic Furs
Heartbeat - the Psychedelic Furs
Like a Stranger
Only a Game
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.