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Back From The Rains, the 1986 album from Eyeless in Gaza, shows the band making a conscious effort at accessibility. This, the final album for Cherry Red and the last before disbanding for several years, takes on a full band approach by adding a drummer and polishing up the production for a more radio friendly sound. The first sample of this new direction was the single Welcome Now. Producer John Brand helped give the band an upbeat, hook-filled shine. The album wanders between a couple of acappella tracks to several pop-oriented tunes of varying tempos with an overall feel of a spring afternoon. This newly remastered CD edition has been expanded to include six bonus track, four worthy album outtakes along with a couple of single B sides. Presented in an eco-wallet gatefold sleeve with 12-page booklet.
Back From The Rains, the 1986 album from Eyeless in Gaza, shows the band making a conscious effort at accessibility. This, the final album for Cherry Red and the last before disbanding for several years, takes on a full band approach by adding a drummer and polishing up the production for a more radio friendly sound. The first sample of this new direction was the single Welcome Now. Producer John Brand helped give the band an upbeat, hook-filled shine. The album wanders between a couple of acappella tracks to several pop-oriented tunes of varying tempos with an overall feel of a spring afternoon. This newly remastered CD edition has been expanded to include six bonus track, four worthy album outtakes along with a couple of single B sides. Presented in an eco-wallet gatefold sleeve with 12-page booklet.
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Back From The Rains (2024 Remastered & Expanded)
Artist: Eyeless In Gaza
Format: CD
New: Available $17.98
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Back From The Rains, the 1986 album from Eyeless in Gaza, shows the band making a conscious effort at accessibility. This, the final album for Cherry Red and the last before disbanding for several years, takes on a full band approach by adding a drummer and polishing up the production for a more radio friendly sound. The first sample of this new direction was the single Welcome Now. Producer John Brand helped give the band an upbeat, hook-filled shine. The album wanders between a couple of acappella tracks to several pop-oriented tunes of varying tempos with an overall feel of a spring afternoon. This newly remastered CD edition has been expanded to include six bonus track, four worthy album outtakes along with a couple of single B sides. Presented in an eco-wallet gatefold sleeve with 12-page booklet.
        
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