A compilation album of the Lotus Eaters' music, First Picture of You, was released in 1998 by Vinyl Japan/BBC Worldwide, consisting of sessions recorded at BBC Radio 1. No Sense of Sin was reissued that same year by Arista Japan. Reunion On 13 March 2009, the band announced a one-off concert to be held at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on 25 July
No Sense of Sin is the debut album by The Lotus Eaters. It was released in 1984. It contains their popular single, The First Picture of You , released the previous year. No Sense Of Sin Q&A. Producers Dale Griffin, The Lotus Eaters & Nigel Gray. Writers Gerrard Quinn, Jeremy Kelly & Peter Coyle. Lyrics By Gerrard Quinn, Jeremy Kelly & Peter Coyle.
Only 300 copies will be made so this is destined to become a instant collectors item. As per the original album we have swapped the cover photos for this pressing. Pressed on 180g vinyl, both discs are remastered from the original 1/4 tapes found lurking in Jems attic
I first heard the Lotus Eaters back around the mid-1980s when I cracked open a 12-inch single copy of "The First Picture of Yo. I was smitten. It's one that really stands out, and continues to have its own magic even in the new millenium. Yet they aren't a "single hit wonder". The entire album is full of stunning pop songs with great melodies and wonderful vocal and instrumental arrangements.
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Lotus Eaters is an experimental electroacoustic group which features Aaron Turner (Hydra Head Records, Isis, Old Man Gloom, House of Low Culture), Stephen O'Malley (Sunn O))), Khanate, Burning Witch), and James Plotkin (Atomsmasher, . Style:MLA Chicago APA. "No Sense of Sin Album. Missing lyrics by Lotus Eaters? Know any other songs by Lotus Eaters?
No Sense of Sin. (CD - Cherry Pop, Cherry Red 433). The glimmering, jangly pop of the Lotus Eaters evokes images of lonely summer afternoons. Peter Coyle's dulcet vocals ache with profound yearning; Morrissey may have won the mope rock mantle in the '80s, but if the Lotus Eaters had become as successful as the Smiths, Coyle would've robbed him of the Sad Sack crown . Unfortunately, the superior extended 12" version of "It Hurts" isn't included, but that's the album's only si. Track Listing.