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Vol. 1-greatest Hits CD 1 of 1
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Format: CD
Sku: 60077729
UPC: 075596139922
UPC 14: 00075596139922
Release Date: 9/21/1993
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Under The Gun ~ The Sisters of Mercy
2. Temple Of Love 1992 ~ The Sisters of Mercy
3. Vision Thing ~ The Sisters of Mercy
4. Detonation Boulevard ~ The Sisters of Mercy
5. Doctor Jeep ~ The Sisters of Mercy
6. More ~ The Sisters of Mercy
7. Lucretia My Reflection ~ The Sisters of Mercy
8. Dominion / Mother Russia ~ The Sisters of Mercy
9. This Corrosion ~ The Sisters of Mercy
10. No Time To Cry ~ The Sisters of Mercy
11. Walk Away ~ The Sisters of Mercy
12. Body And Soul ~ The Sisters of Mercy
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Sisters Of Mercy: Patricia Morrison (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Andrew Eldritch (vocals, guitar, synthesizer, programming); Wayne Hussey, Tony James (guitar, background vocals); Tim Bricheno, Andreas Bruhn, Craig Adams (guitar); Gary Marx (bass).
Muze PNote Additional personnel: Terry Nunn, Ofra Haza.
Muze PNote Drawn from the band's voluminous singles catalogue, A SLIGHT CASE OF OVERBOMBING is a Sisters Of Mercy greatest hits package arranged in reverse chronological order that also highlights the band's first studio recordings since the VISION THING album. It includes all three collaborations with Jim Steinman--"Dominion / Mother Russia," "This Corrosion," and "More." The latter is a masterpiece of bombast.
Muze PNote The new tracks are "Under the Gun" and "Temple of Love (1992)." The first, a duet with ex-Berlin vocalist Terri Nunn, is a semi-successful attempt to duplicate the sound of the Steinman collaborations. The second cut, a re-recording of the Sisters' seminal 1983 single "Temple of Love" in the light of the band's harder, more metallic sound, is a good idea. Adding the impressive vocal acrobatics of Yemenite singer Ofra Haza is a stroke of genius. A SLIGHT CASE OF OVERBOMBING is a fine place to enter the world of the Sisters.

Producer: Andrew Eldritch

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Terry Nunn
Muze Guest Artist Ofra Haza

Artist Overview

The definitive post-Bauhaus Goth band, the Sisters of Mercy embarked on their dark journey in the mid-1980s, led by cavern-voiced singer Andrew Eldritch. An internecine rift resulted in legal action, with two members of the band breaking off to form the Mission U.K. Eldritch and company subsequently became more popular than ever, breaking through worldwide with 1988's FLOODLAND. Though the '90s found the group largely disappearing from view, their influence on subsequent waves of Goth rock is enormous.

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations World's End (Ost)

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 09/21/1993
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1993
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 61399
Music Label Name Label : Mute
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00075596139922

Professional Reviews

Q (10/93, p.128)
- 3 Stars - Good - "...The gloominess becomes wearing but big cheese Andrew Eldritch can often pull it off by sheer force of personality...it's hard not to accord [the Sisters Of Mercy] a certain respect..."

NME (Magazine)
(9/18/93, p.37)
- (5)
- Fair Plus - "...All is not fear and pestilence....Goth finally steals itself from Leeds [on A SLIGHT CASE OF OVERBOMBING] and becomes a colossus of clattering drums and deathspell Gregorian chanting....Coffee morning house guests will recoil in horror..."

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