Isn't Anything is the debut studio album by My Bloody Valentine after three years of exclusively issuing extended plays and mini-LPs.
All My Bloody Valentine 5 Albums follow
Released: Nov 5, 1991
Furiously loud but seductive rather than aggressive, the album flows like a lava stream from one track into another, subsuming everything in the mix into its blissful roar, and pulsing like a lover's body.
Released: Feb 2, 2013
Most comeback albums are either radical departures or mere rehashings of past glories; on "m b v", My Bloody Valentine work between these two extremes to sound like they never went on an indefinite recording hiatus.
Sunny Sundae Smile is the fourth EP by My Bloody Valentine. It was their first for Lazy Records, and the last to feature original vocalist Dave Conway.
Tremolo is an EP by My Bloody Valentine. The title is a reference to the band's heavy usage of guitar tremolo and vibrato to create blurred, dreamlike tones.